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Veamy: an extensible object-oriented C++ library for the virtual element method

This paper summarizes the development of an object-oriented C++ library for the virtual element method (VEM) named Veamy, whose modular design is focused on its extensibility. The two-dimensional linear elastostatic problem has been chosen as the starting stage for the development of this library. In contrast to the standard finite element method, the VEM in two dimensions uses polygonal finite element meshes.

postdoctoral position - isogeometric analysis

IMATI-CNR and the Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia offer a postdoc position on isogeometric analysis. This research project focuses on the design and implementation of innovative isogeometric methods for solid/fluid mechanics.  In particular the target applications are related to

- nearly-incompressible and fibered materials

- fluids in geological formations

This research project is partially supported by the private sector, and is supervised by Annalisa Buffa and Giancarlo Sangalli.

postdoctoral position - isogeometric analysis

IMATI-CNR and the Mathematics Department of the University of Pavia offer a postdoc position on isogeometric analysis. This research project focuses on the design and implementation of innovative isogeometric methods for solid/fluid mechanics.  In particular the target applications are related to

- nearly-incompressible and fibered materials

- fluids in geological formations

This research project is partially supported by the private sector, and is supervised by Annalisa Buffa and Giancarlo Sangalli.

Soud Choudhury's picture

"Eclipse" which can replace Visual studio for Fortran/C/C++ debugging,compiling

We usually use Microsoft visual studio's version to do Fortran/C/C++ coding. Many reserachers are facing problem with versions, appropriate compiler or even with copyright issue. "Eclipse" can replace VS in everyway. The advantages are:

 

What Platform Would You Prefer for a Software That Helps in Learning FEM---Windows or Java?

Ideally, this post of mine should carry a poll, but I guess as an ordinary user, I cannot insert one.

Currently, I am writing a small software program that is especially designed to help learn FEM. For instance, I will be providing detailed listings for every intermediate step, e.g. all those [D], [B], [k], etc. matrices for each element, as well as the final assembled global system {F} = [K]{d} and its solution separately at each Gauss point. Only linear static problems for the time being; will add transients/eigenvalue problems in near future.

Arash Massoudieh's picture

Post Graduate Researcher or post doctoral position in developing fish life cycle model

Post doctoral associate or post-graduate researcher position is available in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Catholic University of America ,Washington, DC. The candidate should be proficient in C++ programming and OOP concepts and preferably (but not necessarily) GIS applications. PhD degree is not necessary. The project involves developing an agent-based fish life cycle model for San Francisco Bay and Delta.

Scientific Programmer

Global Strategies Group is looking for a Scientific Programmer to design, develop and implement software environment/components for geometry representation and mesh generation in support of computational mechanics applications

 

Significant software development/programming activity is expected.

 

Qualifications:

The factory idiom and material models

I'm leaving the US in a couple of days and will probably take a hiatus of a few months from iMechanica.  Before I leave, I want to tell you about a C++ idiom that eases the implementation and use of multiple material models in a computational mechanics code.

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