Many Americans think that Hawai'ians lived in huts prior to colonization. The US actually de-industrialized Hawai'i. Before 1898, Hawai'i already had electricity, mass transit, railroads. Iolani palace had electric lights before the White House.
Working version of wavelet analysis-based unstructured mesh generation. I carry out a wavelet analysis of flow metrics to get the mesh below. Regions with smooth flow are kept coarse, regions with rapid changes are refined.
Just watched Miracle Mile. It's a weird little 80s film that starts as a romantic comedy and ends with nuclear war.
Just signed up for the Workshop on New Directions in Numerical Linear Algebra and High Performace Computing
Organised by the Department of Mathematics, The University of Manchester, UK. No registration fee.
"Try Harder!" is a documentary by Debbie Lum, following a group of teenagers as they apply for colleges in an AAPI-majority high school in San Francisco. The film opened the CAAMFest this year.
It's a light-hearted film with several interesting portraits (not only AAPI).
Almost finished with the particle tracker. I can now track across surface and subsurface domains (left) and get the residence time along the paths (right).
We observe that in this case, once a particle exfiltrates, it's quickly advected to the stream and does not re-enter the subsurface.
On a second look, the website looks a bit underdeveloped, so I looked more into it.
The information came through the SIAM mailing list. It was communicated by Markus Gross, who is a computer scientist from Switzerland.
Here is a link to the organizing committee: http://pdc.cicese.mx/index_php/pdc-organizing-committee/
Dürre ist tatsächlich eines der drängendsten Probleme.
Das Video ist eine spannende und eindrucksvolle Darstellung!
Ergänzend dazu möchte ich unsere Dürrestreifen vorstellen.
Ähnlich der blauweißroten Klimastreifen visualisieren sie den Dürreverlauf der Jahre 1881 bis 2020.
fluid mechanician at the geochemistry department of berkeley lab (he/him)
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