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# Category Archives: PDEs

## Overture – A C++ toolkit for Solving PDEs in Complex Geometries

This looks useful! The partial differential equations (PDEs) we solve in my lab are the equations of motion for atoms in molecular dynamics. These are relatively easy to integrate numerically. Lots of labs work with harder PDE problems (like … Continue reading