Computational Modelling Group

Dynamics of interacting magnetic nanoparticles

22nd November 2010
Research Team
Maximilian Albert
Thomas Fischbacher

The project aims at extending the micromagnetic simulation framework 'nmag' developed at the University of Southampton to enable it to handle dynamic geometries. The extended framework will then be used to study systems such as interacting magnetic nanoparticles.


Physical Systems and Engineering simulation: Electromagnetism, Micromagnetics

Algorithms and computational methods: Boundary elements, Finite elements

Simulation software: Nmag

Visualisation and data handling software: ParaView, Visual Python

Programming languages and libraries: MPI, OCaml, Python

Computational platforms: Iridis, Linux

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Scientific Computing, Software Engineering