[Dune] [GSoC20015] Help preparing our application
aleksejs.fomins at lspr.ch
Wed Feb 11 10:46:04 CET 2015
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Thank you for your reply.
I will gladly add my project, however, I have never edited the
dune-website before, I am not even sure if I have the rights to add
Could you briefly explain the steps I need to do to get to the place
where I write the mentioned description.
On 11/02/15 08:56, Christoph Grüninger wrote:
> Hi Aleksejs, thanks for the offer. Would you mind to add your
> project to the user Wiki below Project 1? You may use the code
> below and paste it at
> and replace all _TODO_s.
> h2. Project _TODO_: _TODO_
> *Primary Mentor*: _TODO_ *Backup Mentor*: _TODO_ *Type*: _TODO_
> *Needed skills* _TODO_ *Project description*: _TODO_
> We need a Dune developer that is familiar with grids as a
> co-mentor, just start with N.N.
> Bye Christoph
> Am 09.02.2015 um 16:59 schrieb Aleksejs Fomins:
>> Dear Christoph,
>> We would like to participate in GSoC effort, and we have a
>> proposal for a summer project involving our new Curvilinear
>> The main idea will be to extend curvilinear grid to manage
>> internal boundary (IB) surfaces. It will involve: - extending
>> CurvGMSHReader to recognize IB surfaces. [1 Procedure + visual
>> testing] - function to insert IB surface markers to grid, store
>> them [1 Procedure] - new iterators to iterate over IB surface
>> [small addition to the interface] - writing of test programs, for
>> example, verifying Gauss law by integrating over concentric
>> shells. The student is welcome to propose and implement his own
>> physical tests which may match their scientific interests, as
>> long as such tests can be implemented within reasonable time.
>> This is the programme-minimum. In case the student is successful
>> with above task fast enough, we propose to continue the project
>> by extending CurvGMSHReader with the functionality to recognise
>> periodic boundaries. This will involve writing a utility class
>> which extracts periodic information directly from the .geo
>> I am happy to supervise the project.
>> Please tell me if this is ok. I am happy to provide a detailed
>> project description and other details when necessary.
>> Regards, Aleksejs
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