Virtual Micromagnetics: A Framework for Accessible and Reproducible Micromagnetic Simulation

@article{Vousden2016VirtualMA,
  title={Virtual Micromagnetics: A Framework for Accessible and Reproducible Micromagnetic Simulation},
  author={Mark Vousden and M. Bisotti and Maximilian Albert and H. Fangohr},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1609.05135}
}
  • Mark Vousden, M. Bisotti, +1 author H. Fangohr
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Computational micromagnetics requires numerical solution of partial differential equations to resolve complex interactions in magnetic nanomaterials. The Virtual Micromagnetics project described here provides virtual machine simulation environments to run open-source micromagnetic simulation packages [1]. These environments allow easy access to simulation packages that are often difficult to compile and install, and enable simulations and their data to be shared and stored in a single virtual… CONTINUE READING
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