Olivier Mesnard presents PhD dissertation proposal
Olivier Mesnard has an engineering diploma from Institute Supérieur de Mécanique in Paris, and an M.Sc. in fluid mechanics from Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI, now part of Sorbonne University). He came to work with Prof. Barba as a research intern at Boston University during 2010, and joined her group as a PhD student later. It's the last stretch for Olivier to graduate and become Dr. Mesnard!
- "PetIBM: toolbox and applications of the immersed-boundary method on distributed-memory architectures", Pi-Yueh Chuang, Olivier Mesnard, Anush Krishnan, Lorena A. Barba. The Journal of Open Source Software, 3(25):558 (May 2018). 10.21105/joss.00558 // Code repository
- "cuIBM: a GPU-based immersed boundary method code", Anush Krishnan, Olivier Mesnard, Lorena A. Barba. The Journal of Open Source Software, 2(15):301 (July 2017). 10.21105/joss.00301 // Code repository
- "Achieving Full Replication of our Own Published CFD Results, with Four Different Codes", Olivier Mesnard, Lorena A. Barba. (2017). // online chapter // publisher webpage
In The Practice of Reproducible Research: Case Studies and Lessons from the Data-Intensive Sciences, Justin Kitzes, Daniel Turek, Fatma Deniz (Eds.), California University Press. ISBN 9780520294752.
- "Reproducible and replicable CFD: it's harder than you think", Olivier Mesnard, Lorena A. Barba. IEEE/AIP Computing in Science and Engineering, 19(4):44–55 (August 2017). 10.1109/MCSE.2017.3151254 // Preprint arXiv:1605.04339 // Authorea manuscript // GitHub repo
Accepted October 2016.