Contributors

Jon Guyer

is a member of the research staff of the Materials Science and Engineering Division in the Material Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Jon’s computational interests are in object-oriented design and in phase field modeling of electrochemistry.

Daniel Wheeler

is a guest researcher in the Materials Science and Engineering Division in the Material Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Daniel’s interests are in numerical modeling, finite volume techniques, and level set treatments.

Jim Warren

is the leader of the Thermodynamics and Kinetics group in the Materials Science and Engineering Division and Director of the Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science of the Material Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Jim is interested in a variety of problems, including the phase field modeling of solidification, polycrystalline solids, and the electrochemical interface.

Alex Mont

developed the PyxViewer and the Gmsh import and export modules while he was a student at Montgomery Blair High School.

Katie Travis

developed the automated --inline optimization code for Variable objects while she was a SURF student from Smith College.

Max Gibiansky

added support for the Trilinos solvers while he was a SURF student from Harvey Mudd College

Andrew Reeve

added support for anisotropic diffusion coefficients while he was on sabbatical from the University of Maine.

Olivia Buzek

worked on adding Trilinos parallel computations while she was a SURF student from the University of Maryland

Daniel Stiles

worked on adding Trilinos parallel computations while he was a student at Montgomery Blair High School.

James O’Beirne

added full mesh partitioning using Gmsh. James also greatly improved the Gmsh-FiPy pipeline. Other contributions include updating FiPy to use properties pervasively, deployment of a Buildbot server to automate FiPy testing and a full refactor of the Mesh classes.

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