There is growing pressure in the scientific community, and in particular among scientist who heavily rely on computations, towards providing open access to the result of research. This is considered, on one hand, key to the production of reproducible science, and, on the other hand, it is seen as a […]
I have decided to protect the tweets of my personal Twitter account to limit the amount of followers completely unrelated to my interests. I have also removed many followers (not blocked, just forced to unfollow my account by blocking and then unblocking). I had over 500 followers, and I reduced […]
Last week I had the opportunity of visiting KAUST, and take part to the Winter Enrichment Program, organizing a seminar on Open-Source Software for Computational Engineering with a colleague and friend Matteo Icardi, who was my host at KAUST. It was a wonderful experience, KAUST is an impressive campus, and […]
Happy new year to everybody!
I have finally found a clean new theme for my blog! 🙂
My blog had some problems due to a PHP update performed by my host which broke the wordpress theme in use. I replaced the theme with a temporary one while I find a solution. I hope this does not cause too many troubles!
GeekoCFD text-mode 6.0.1, the text-only version of GeekoCFD, is now available for download from SUSE Gallery. As GeekoCFD 6.0.1, it is based on openSUSE 13.1 – 64 bit, and it brings OpenFOAM 2.2.x, with x > 2. Enjoy 🙂 This offering is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, the […]
OpenFOAM® offers a standard way to access user-specified constant data by means of dictionaries. However, dictionaries are by default read during the start-up phase of the main code. If a boundary condition requires to access the same information, the value can be looked up from the internal database used by […]
Happy holidays and a great 2011 to everybody!