[Users] Student's Tutorial for the Einstein Toolkit

Nick Choustikov nc538 at cam.ac.uk
Wed Nov 25 08:09:46 CST 2020

Hello Roland,

Thank you for getting back to me so quickly and for thinking they look good.
I do think they would fit well on the wiki. I would be happy to provide the LaTeX source code and figure files and am happy for the document to be built upon in the future - though I would prefer for my name to be credited, as I'm sure you can understand.

How would you like me to send the source code?

Kind regards,

Nicholas Choustikov

Fitzwilliam College

University of Cambridge

From: Roland Haas
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2020 19:56
To: Nick Choustikov
Cc: users at einsteintoolkit.org
Subject: Re: [Users] Student's Tutorial for the Einstein Toolkit

Hello Nick,

those look very nice and documentation is always very welcome.

We collect some extra documentation (eg recordings of the tutorial,
Miguel and Frank's Intro to the ET paper) on the wiki:


Would your's fit in there? Would you possibly consider putting the
documentation under some sort of open source license and making the
source code available so that it can be build upon in the future?


> Dear all,
> My name is Nicholas and I'm an Undergraduate Astrophysics student at the University of Cambridge. I've spent the past summer learning to use and experimenting with the Einstein Toolkit.
> I think it's an incredible tool and resource. I have therefore produced a tutorial (attached below) for students who wish to learn to use the Toolkit. It contains some extra information that I would have found helpful.
> I would be very happy for the document to be published on the Toolkit website - where it can reach (and help!) the most people.
> Please let me know if you have any queries.
> Kind regards,
> Nicholas Choustikov
> Nicholas Choustikov
> Fitzwilliam College
> University of Cambridge

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