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Happy holiday season!

As 2010 is coming to an end, I wish all JModelica.org users, developers and collaborators a happy and restful holiday season. I also would like to thank the dedicated development team for all their efforts, and our users for their patience and enthusiasm. During this eventful year that saw many exciting developments, the project has grown, both in terms of developers and of users, and many new features have been added. The simulation package Assimulo was launched, the compiler front-end Modelica compliance was significantly improved, and FMI import support was implemented, just to mention a few of the highlights. 2011 is looking to be equally eventful, with FMU export, simulation support for hybrid and sampled systems, and support for a larger class of optimization problems on the roadmap. And don't forget to sign up for the JModelica.org tutorial at the Modelica Conference in Dresden in March - this is a great opportunity to learn more about the platform and to get hands-on experience. 
 
Best regards
Johan Åkesson 

JModelica.org goes Bavarian

The JModelica.org team in the alps

In June 2010, part of the JModelical.org team went to the Bavarian alps - the picture is taken in Spitzingsee. From the left: Magnus, Jesper, Christian, Johan and Tove.

Presentation

Johan: A picture of Johan Åkesson, member of the JModelica.org deverloper team. My name is Johan Åkesson, and I currently work at the Department of Automatic Control, Lund University and at Modelon AB. In the JModelica.org project, I participate in project planning and coordination, and I also take active part in the development.

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