[Users] Einstein Toolkit at ICERM 2020 Fall workshop, October 15th
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Mon Oct 12 10:05:09 CDT 2020
Due to popular demand, there will be an Einstein Toolkit tutorial part
II on Thursday, October 15th with the following schedule:
(12 - 2 EDT) NRPy+ (Zach Etienne). NRPy+ is an open-source Python code
that converts expressions written in Einstein-like notation into highly
optimized C/C++ code, using the powerful computer algebra package SymPy
as a backend. The NRPy+ tutorial will review a number of interactive
Jupyter notebooks, which use NRPy+ to generate both small, efficient
standalone NR codes and useful Einstein Toolkit thorns. A new,
in-progress LaTeX interpreter interface for NRPy+ will also be briefly
introduced, whereby tensorial equations pasted into NRPy+ from LaTeX
paper source can be directly converted into SymPy symbolic expressions,
which can then be converted into C/C++/Mathematica codes.
(2:15 - 4 EDT) Writing your own Einstein Toolkit thorns (Steve Brandt).
This tutorial will show you how to extend the Einstein Toolkit by
writing your own thorns. Jupyter notebooks will cover the wave and heat
This tutorial requires an RSVP so the tutorial runners can adequately
prepare the necessary computational resources. Please complete this
form if you intend to attend any part of this tutorial.
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