Monthly Archives: September 2010

GTC Conference Highlights: Part 2

HOOMD-blue HOOMD-blue is a general purpose many-particle dynamics simulation, particularly for heterogeneous nano-particle physics.  HOOMD stands for Highly Optimized Object-oriented Many-particle Dynamics.  Essentially it’s a Python derived DSL for such simulations.  What’s impressive about it is the range of simulation types it … Continue reading

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GTC Conference Highlights: Part 1

The GTC conference is an Nvidia run and sponsored high-end computation conference dedicated to graphics hardware.  There are a wide variety of talks covering a number of interesting a relevant areas from graphics to quantum computation to biological electrostatics.  I’m … Continue reading

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LuaAV3 Pre-Release on Its Way

In preparation for a workshop at UCSB, we’ve been pushing hard to get the next major release of LuaAV out the door.  This release represents a consolidation and standardization of the source code, making it substantially cleaner and easier to … Continue reading

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