OOMMF Workshop 2000
A one day OOMMF workshop and users' group meeting was held on Friday
18-August-2000, at NIST in Gaithersburg MD. The program from the
meeting is included below. Postscript versions of viewgraphs from the
workshop are available as zip
and gzip compressed files:
The OOMMF 1.2 prototype demonstrated at
the workshop, including OXS, the 3D extensible solver, is also
available for download.
- 8:00 Registration
- 8:15 Introduction and Opening Remarks
- 8:30 Installation Procedure and Architecture Overview
- 9:00 Simple Example
- Widget Demo
- Complex Geometries
- Post-Processing: Reading log and data files,
- 10:00 Break
- 10:15 User Talks
- Xiaobin Zhu, McGill University,
"Domain Structures in Patterned Permalloy Films"
- NgocNga Dao, University of New Orleans,
"Micromagnetics Simulation of Deep-Submicron Supermalloy Discs"
- Ashwin Sunder, Washington University in St. Louis,
"Micromagnetic Simulations of Recording Media Using OOMMF"
- Yi Liu, McGill University,
"Magnetic Point Contact"
- 11:00 Details of 2D Solver
- 11:10 Advanced Example
- Editing MIF Input Files
- Non-Uniform Applied Fields
- Control Point Specification
- Dynamical Problems
- Using the OOMMF Batch System
- 12:00 Lunch
- 1:30 The OOMMF Extensible 3D Solver (OXS)
- Programming a New Energy Term
- 2:30 Open Discussion
- 3:30 Closing Remarks
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Date created: August 23, 2000 | Last updated: April 27, 2011