Nick Berry's home page.
Brian Hayes's web page (columnist for American Scientist).
Loren Shure's blog.
Courant Mathematics and Computing Laboratory Software.
Rex Parker Does the New York Times Crossword Puzzle.
American Scientist online magazine.
SLATE online magazine.
FSU Department of Scientific Computing;
GSOC, the Google Summer of Code;
PSC, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center;
RCC, the FSU Research Computing Center;
UROP, the FSU Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program;
XSEDE, which administers access to the national supercomputing system.
YSP, the FSU Young Scholars program, a summer high school program.
the bookless study hall formerly known as the FSU Science library.
Microsoft Office 365 mail (even worse than Outlook. Even worser!).
ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery,
lists almost any kind of job that involves computing.
CRA, the Computing Research Association website,
which maintains an extensive list of current academic and industrial jobs in
computer science, computer engineering, computational science,
graphics and so on.
MATHJOBS, a website where you can find job opportunities in
academics, industry, and national laboratories.
MATHPROGRAMS, a website listing REU's, graduate workshops,
SIAM INTERNSHIPS, a list of companies and their internship offerings
for students in applied mathematics and computational science.
SIAM JOBS, a list of job openings for graduates with degrees in
applied mathematics and computational science.
AUTO, software by Eusebius Doedel for continuation and bifurcation
problems in ordinary differential equations:
CFD Python, "Twelve Steps to Navier Stokes", a collection of iPython
notebooks by Lorena Barba that teach a beginner how to use Python to
solve a series of increasingly involved problems in computatational
CFD Python, "ME702: Computational Fluid Dynamics",
a set of 28 lectures by Lorena Barba, hosted on YouTube, which
offer the theoretical background for the CFD Python notebooks:
CSPARSE sparse matrix software by Timothy Davis:
CSPARSE videos by Timothy Davis:
DEAL.II, a finite element library, using quadrilaterals in 2D and
hexahedrons in 3D; a version of DEAL.II is installed
on the FSU RCC:
DEAL.II videos (and finite elements and more) by Wolfgang Bangerth:
DIR3, Delaunay Incremental Refinement in 3D, a 3D meshing tool:
DISLIN, a plotting library:
Featflow, a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Benchmarking Project:
FEATool, a 2D Finite Element Method Toolbox for MATLAB:
FENICS, a collection of software for the automatic solution of
differential equations using the finite element method; a version
of FENICS is installed on the FSU RCC:
FREEFEM++, a PDE solver for multiphysics nonlinear systems in 2D
and 3D, using the finite element method,
with triangular or tetrahedral elements; a version of FreeFem++
is installed on the FSU RCC:
GMSH, a 3D finite element mesh generator:
GSL, the Gnu Scientific Library:
HSL, the Harwell Subroutine Library:
IFISS, a MATLAB toolbox for solving Poisson, convection-diffusion,
Stokes, and Navier-Stokes PDE's:
ImageJ, a very useful image manipulation package:
Intrepid, part of the Trilinos package, a library for
compatible discretization of Partial Differential Equations:
Kaggle, the home of data science competitions:
LIBMESH, a library for the numerical simulation of partial
differential equations on arbitrary unstructured meshes
in 1/2/3D with a variety of finite element types:
LIS, a library of linear iterative solvers, with preconditioning,
multiple precision, C/Fortran interface, OpenMP/MPI interface:
MEDIT, an OpenGL-based scientific visualization tool, by Pascal Frey:
MESH2D, Automatic 2D Mesh Generation in MATLAB:
Mesh and grid generation web page of Robert Schneiders:
MeshLab, software for processing and editing unstructured 3D
triangular surface meshes:
MPAS, the model for prediction across scales:
NaSt3DGP, a parallel 3D flow solver, using finite differences,
from the Michael Griebel group at the University of Bonn:
NetCDF software for dataset storage:
NETGEN, an automatic 3D mesh generator:
NS2D, a MATLAB 2D flow solver, using triangular finite elements,
from Jeff Borggaard at Virginia Tech:
Octave, a Gnu program that is a numerical computing environment:
OpenFOAM, an open source computational fluid dynamics toolbox
for 3D flow including heat transfer, chemical reactions and turbulence:
Paraview, a 3D graphics program; a version of Paraview is installed
on the FSU RCC:
Pencil, an easy to use drawing code:
Plot.ly, a system for creating plots online:
SciLab, a numerical computing environment:
SciPy, a numerical computing environment:
the SuiteSparse libraries by Timothy Davis of University of Florida:
SuperLU, a direct solver for large sparse linear systems of equations,
including sequential, shared memory, and distributed memory versions:
TASMANIAN, libraries for high dimensional integration,
interpolation, and calibration, including a sparse grid library:
TETGEN, a quality 3D mesh generator and Delaunay triangulator:
TOPCODER, a site that offers coding challenges and cash rewards:
Trilinos, an ensemble of
solvers for large scale multi-physics problems:
VisIt, visualization tool:
Wolfram demonstrations project:
XSEDE training slides
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