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Welcome to the Sunday Science Newsletter – in this newsletter we explore & discuss strategies, systems & tools that help us become better, smarter and more effective scientists.
❤️ Weekly Favourite Things
🎬 My Favourite Video
Courses – Explore your creativity with classes in illustration, photography, design, productivity and more!
🏎️ The Role of the Wind Tunnel in Formula One
The wind tunnel is an essential tool for any F1 team, and with track testing limited to just a handful of days per year, every strand of data is critical.
Discover how the team collects that data using a sophisticated photo-imaging technique, and how NetApp play a vital role.
Latex code for drawing neural networks for reports and presentation. Have a look into examples to see how they are made. Additionally, let’s consolidate any improvements that you make and fix any bugs to help more people with this code.
💻 Pen and Paper Exercises in Machine Learning
This is a collection of (mostly) pen-and-paper exercises in machine learning. The exercises are on the following topics: linear algebra, optimisation, directed graphical models, undirected graphical models, expressive power of graphical models, factor graphs and message passing, inference for hidden Markov models, model-based learning (including ICA and unnormalised models), sampling and Monte-Carlo integration, and variational inference.
💻 Engineering Tool of the Week – UCNS3D
Unstructured Grids Compressible Solver Navier – Stokes 3D
UCNS3D is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver developed primarily at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom. Code development was initiated in 2006 by a group of researchers, academics and PhD students.
📚 Book of the Week
The Finite Element Method: Linear Static and Dynamic Finite Element Analysis
This text is geared toward assisting engineering and physical science students in cultivating comprehensive skills in linear static and dynamic finite element methodology. Based on courses taught at Stanford University and the California Institute of Technology, it ranges from fundamental concepts to practical computer implementations. Additional sections touch upon the frontiers of research, making the book of potential interest to more experienced analysts and researchers working in the finite element field.
✍️ Tweet of the Week
🙃 Meme of the Week
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🎬 Animation of the Week
✍️ Closing Remarks
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