The team officially unveiled the open-source CFD code, known as Stanford University Unstructured (SU2), during the workshop. The new software aims to compute accurate numerical portraits of the flow over an airfoil or other surface.
The Stanford Advanced Gravitational Wave Detector Research Program, in collaboration with NASA may soon detect “ripples” in space.
The EPGY Summer Institutes are academically intensive residential summer programs for high school and middle school students.
It’s 3:10 p.m., Monday afternoon. Over 600 students are crammed into Hewlett 200 like canned sardines. The students who arrived 20 minutes earlier are fortunate enough to find seats. Other students must seat themselves in the aisles. The rumble of animated chatter dies down when they are all greeted by an energetic, bespectacled man–associate professor of computer science Mehran Sahami ’92 M.S., ’93 Ph.D. ’99.