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HIGH-PERFOMANCE COMPUTING

CFD Immersed Boundary Methods

Biomolecular Physics

GPU Computing

Nature TechBlog: My digital toolbox

Jeffrey Perkel, Technology Editor for Nature, interviewed Prof. Lorena A. Barba about her research group's reproducibility practices and the digital tools that enable them. She talked about the group's computational research interests, their avant-garde use of digital tools and repositories to create "repro-packs," and how these allow her to share research figures freely even when part... Continue »

Honorable Mention in the Open Education Awards for Excellence

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Prof. Lorena Barba was nominated and received an Honorable Mention in the Open Education Awards for Excellence of the Open Education Consortium. She was among four internationally recognized educators honored, in tribute of their achievements and contributions publishing a significant body of open educational resources and demonstrating innovative open education practices. The Open Education Consortium is... Continue »

Barbagroup reproducibility syllabus

Lockheed P-80A airplane (1946). Credit: NASA Commons. —A reminder to test your code.

Also published on the Medium publication "Hacker Noon."  After my short piece, “A hard road to reproducibility,” appeared in Science, I received several emails and Twitter mentions asking for more specific tips—both about tools and documents we use in the group to train the team about reproducibility. In answer to popular demand, then, I have... Continue »

Barba for SIAM CSE Vice-Chair

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Activity Group in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is electing new officers for 2017–2018. Prof. Lorena A. Barba was nominated for the position of Vice-Chair. Here are Barba's election statement and SIAM biography. Members of SIAG/CSE received voting instructions via email on Oct. 31. Voting is open until Dec. 2,... Continue »

The hard road to reproducibility

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by Lorena A. Barba Science 07 Oct 2016: Vol. 354, Issue 6308, pp. 142 DOI: 10.1126/science.354.6308.142 Early in my Ph.D. studies, my supervisor assigned me the task of running computer code written by a previous student who was graduated and gone. It was hell. I had to sort through many different versions of the code,... Continue »