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Machine Learning for Fluid Mechanics
This paper outlines fundamental ML methodologies and discuss their uses for understanding, modeling, optimizing, and controlling fluid flows. The strengths and limitations of these methods are addressed from the perspective of scientific inquiry that considers data as an inherent part of modeling, experiments, and simulations.
FEBio - Multiphysics Finite Element Simulations in Biomechanics & Biophysics
FEBio is a software tool for nonlinear finite element analysis in biomechanics and biophysics and is specifically focused on solving nonlinear large deformation problems in biomechanics and biophysics. Aside from structural mechanics, it can also solve problems in mixture mechanics (i.e. biphasic or multiphasic materials), fluid mechanics, reaction-diffusion, and heat transfer.
FEM Book by NASA
The Book is an online library of useful information regarding finite element analysis, such as How-To's and engineering theory.
For the upcoming podcast I am very happy to welcome Dr. Sarah Kaiser to my show!
Sarah is currently a technical staff member and quantum community lead at Unitary Fund and has spent much of her career developing new quantum hardware in the lab. From building satellites to hacking quantum cryptography hardware, communicating what is so exciting about quantum is her passion. She loves building new demos, tools, and partnerships to help enable the quantum open-source community to grow. When not at the keyboard she loves kayaking, laser cutting everything (safe), and writing books about engineering for kids and adults alike.
In this podcast, we talked about:
Quantum Computing (QC) ⚛️
Ethics in QC 📙
Q# and Sarah’s book about Q# 📚
and much more…
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Book of the Week
Graph Neural Networks in Action
In Graph Neural Networks in Action you’ll create deep learning models that are perfect for working with interconnected graph data. Start with a comprehensive introduction to graph data’s unique properties. Then, dive straight into building real-world models, including GNNs that can generate node embeddings from a social network, recommend eCommerce products, and draw insights from social sites. This comprehensive guide contains coverage of the essential GNN libraries, including PyTorch Geometric, DeepGraph Library, and Alibaba’s GraphScope for training at scale.
Confidence is calm. Arrogance makes a lot of noise.
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The struggle is real.
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