## Section:
New Results2>
### Curved meshes3>

Participants : Rémi Abgrall, Cécile Dobrzynski [Corresponding member] , Algiane Froehly.

One of the main open problems in high order schemes is the design of meshes that fit with enough accuracy the boundary of the computational domain. If this curve/surface is not locally straight/planar, the elements must be curved near the boundary, and their curvature need to be propagated to the interior of the domain to have valid elements. When the mesh is very streched, this can be quite challenging since, in addition, we want that the mesh keep a structure, in particular for boundary layers. Using tools explored in isogeometrical analysis, we have been able to construct a prototype computing curved meshes (in 2D and 3D), while keeping the structure of the mesh.