JOOMMF workshop at Intermag2017, Dublin

24 Apr 2017

JOOMMF workshop at Intermag2017, Dublin

In this workshop we will provide a brief introduction to computational micromagnetics. We will introduce and teach the use of a Python interface [1] to drive the OOMMF simulation package. At the beginning of the workshop, we will provide a lecture style introduction, which is followed by practical exercises where attendees will have an opportunity to carry out small micromagnetic calculations, modify given examples and ask more specific questions. All participants are expected to bring their laptops. This project is a part of the Jupyter-OOMMF (JOOMMF) activity in the OpenDreamKit [2] 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.

Time and place: to be announced soon

We ask participants to register attendance in advance (by emailing jupyteroommf@gmail.com) so that installations instructions can be shared before the event, and attendees can arrive with the relevant software pre-installed as much as possible. Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis.

[1] https://github.com/joommf

[2] https://opendreamkit.org

JOOMMF workshop at IOP Magnetism 2017, York, UK

05 Apr 2017

JOOMMF workshop at IOP Magnetism 2017, York, UK

In this workshop we will provide a brief introduction to computational micromagnetics. We will introduce and teach the use of a Python interface [1] to drive the OOMMF simulation package. At the beginning of the workshop, we will provide a lecture style introduction, which is followed by practical exercises where attendees will have an opportunity to carry out small micromagnetic calculations, modify given examples and ask more specific questions. This project is a part of the Jupyter-OOMMF (JOOMMF) activity in the OpenDreamKit [2] 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.

We advise all attendees to bring their laptops if they want to install the software on their laptops and do the exercisies. Installation instructions can be found here. We will be also helping people install software on Monday 3 April and Tuesday 4 April, as well as immediately before the workshop on Wednesday 5 April 9.00-10.00. We will soon announce the exact time and place these sessions will take place.

We ask participants to email us (jupyteroommf@gmail.com) if they have any questions or require any further information.

[1] https://github.com/joommf

[2] https://opendreamkit.org

DPG Tutorial

19 Mar 2017

JOOMMF tutorial at DPG Spring meeting 2017, Dresden

In this tutorial, we will provide a brief introduction to the computational micromagnetics, followed by a tutorial focused on using JOOMMF. More details can be found here.

Time and place: Sunday, 19 March 2017, 17:45–18:30

In order to attand this event, please refer to the DPG meeting website.

Workshop on installing and using the OOMMF Python interface ("OOMMFC")

02 Nov 2016

We run 2 Workshops and drop-in sessions at the “Galerie 4” room on Level 2 in the New Orleans Marriott (during 61st Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials) on

  • Wednesday 2 November 2016, 17:00 - 19:00
  • Thursday 2 november 2016, 17:00 - 19:00

Marijan Beg, Mark Vousden and Hans Fangohr will be present to help users install and explore the Python interface to the OOMMF simulation package.

No need to register, just come along anytime between 17:00 and 19:00 and bring your laptop, and problem you would like to investigate.

Presentation of OOMMF Python interface at MMM 2016 (New Orleans)

02 Nov 2016

The OOMMF Calculator (Python interface to OOMMF)

An important step towards micromagnetic calculations within the Jupyter Notebook is the provision of a Python interface that allows to drive the OOMMF simulation software.

During the 61 Magnetism and Magnetic Materials conference, the first prototype of this Python interface is presented in the Micromagnetics session (CF-03. Python interface for OOMMF) at 8:54 on Wednesday 2 November 2016 in New Orleans.

Here are the slides (pdf).

Blog entry on current state of project

30 Sep 2016

A blog entry about the Jupyter OOMMF project and the Python interface to OOMMF is available at http://www.southampton.ac.uk/~fangohr/blog/introduction-to-oommf-python-project.html.

It describes the motivation for the project and the first design of a python interface to OOMMF.

JOOMMF project kicking off

19 Apr 2016

JOOMMF project starting

As part of the OpenDreamKit project, the Southampton partner site is leading the development of a computational environment in the area of micromagnetic modelling.

We will design a virtual research environment that combines scriptable and reproducible workflows of simulation, exploration and data analysis with graphical elements, and which can be used locally or executed remotely in the cloud or remote machines.

Dr Marijan Beg has been recruited to work on this project, with contributions from Ryan Pepper and leadership from Hans Fangohr (at Southampton).

All code is open source and available at https://github.com/joommf.

The project name JOOMMF derives from the combination of the widely used Object Oriented MicroMagnetic Framework with the Jupyter Notebook, i.e. Jupyter-OOMMF -> JOOMMF.