Safran Tech is looking for a research engineer specialized in mesh adaptation: do not miss the opportunity! Detail of the position is available on Safran website : https://www.safran-group.com/fr/offres/france/ingenieur-e-recherche-adaptation-maillages-simulation-physique-fh-103844
Don’t wait to apply: detail of postdoc position
The event is organized at Jussieu campus, Paris 6, but will also be accessible by visioconference. It aims to foster exchanges between Mmg users and developpers and, more widely, to discuss on meshes. This day will precede the freefem++ days. More info on the dedicated web page.
Thanks to the contributions of Joe Wallwork, Matt Knepley, Pierre Jolivet and Nicolas Barral, Mmg and ParMmg are now available within the DMPLex layer of the master branch of PETSc.
The Mmg release contains: various bug fixes; the robustification of isosurface discretization, more particularely in multi-material mode; internal modifications of the analysis to support the parallel surface analysis in ParMmg; a new possible argument for the -3dMedit command line argument: now -3dMedit 3 allow to pass from a 2D mesh…
A new ß-release of Mmg (v5.6.0-beta1) is available: do not hesitate to test it and to send us your feedbacks!
Kitware and the Mmg team will give a joined training around the Mmg remeshers and the Paraview vizualization tool. The program is available on the website of Kitware: https://www.kitware.fr/formation-paraview-mmg-tools/ We hope to see you there!
Welcome to our new member!
In the context of the Work Package “mesh generation” of the MICROCARD European project we are looking for someone to develop powerful tools for parallel mesh generation in order to generate the very large and detailed meshes that partners will need to simulate cardiac electrophysiology on models with micrometer resolution.…