Dresden 2017 – wissenschaftliches Programm
MA 1.3: Tutorium
Sonntag, 19. März 2017, 17:45–18:30, HSZ 401
Computational micromagnetics with JOOMMF — •Hans Fangohr and Marijan Beg — University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ, Southampton, United Kingdom
Computational micromagnetic studies complement experimental and theoretical studies, and are at times the only feasible way to address research challenges, effective industrial design and engineering of various products and systems. In this talk, we will introduce computational micromagnetics by using our Python interface to drive OOMMF, which is likely the most widely used micromagnetic simulation package. A major advantage of this interface is that OOMMF simulation runs are embedded in a general purpose programming language which enables the full use of the ecosystem of scientific libraries available for Python. For example, design optimisation, specialised post-processing, and visualisation can all be carried out in a single script, which significantly contributes to the reproducibility of micromagnetic research. This project is a part of the Jupyter-OOMMF (JOOMMF) activity in the OpenDreamKit project and we acknowledge financial support from Horizon 2020 European Research Infrastructures project (676541). The work is also supported by the EPSRC CDT in Next Generation Computational Modelling EP/L015382/1, and the EPSRC grants EP/M022668/1 and EP/N032128/1.