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Elmer FEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota: An open-source framework for data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods

 

A program for 3 way coupling between open-source software Elmer FEM, OpenFOAM and Dakota has been developed.

The program along with examples can be found here: https://github.com/AnjaliSandip/ElmerFEM-OpenFOAM-Dakota

 

Capabilities: The interface provides an open-source framework that integrates data analytics, finite element and finite volume methods.

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Postdoctoral Research Position at MIT: Multi-Physics Modeling and Analysis of DNA Nanostructures

A postdoctoral position is available to conduct research in
the multi-physics modeling and analysis of DNA-based nanostructures. The
research is conducted jointly with Professors Mark Bathe and Klaus-Jürgen Bathe
at MIT. The candidate should be familiar with nonlinear finite element methods.

Please email your application to:

"Prof. KJ Bathe" <kjb@mit.edu> with the subject heading "Modeling DNA-based Nanostructures".

 

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