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Kyle Niemeyer
Mechanical engineering prof studying combustion & fluid dynamics at , open science advocate, editor for &
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Kyle Niemeyer 10h
also, FYI, there is a strong demand for a curated / approved LaTeX template, since many students in engineering (and math/science) will not use Word for their theses. This was a big part of my motivation in sharing beyond my immediate group.
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Kyle Niemeyer 10h
Thanks- let me know (or file an issue) if anything looks off. This is essentially a cleaned-up version of what some of my students have used recently without issue, so it should be pretty close.
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Kyle Niemeyer 12h
Thanks to whoever created the original beavtex class, and to some of my now-graduated members who helped piece this together (Dan, Andrew, Tejas, Miguel, and Chris)!
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Kyle Niemeyer 12h
FYI, for any grad students, I’ve shared an updated LaTeX thesis/dissertation template that is compatible with Grad School formatting requirements: cc
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Kyle Niemeyer 16h
OK! Cautiously optimistic! (… please don’t suck.)
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Christopher Gardner Jun 18
Yes. THIS. And if you want more, our 9,000+ word 2019 publication in Nutrition Reviews (free to download).
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Vicky Steeves (joinmastodon.org) Jun 12
This new ELS journal is a literal worse version of you pay for 🤣🤣🤣 who's predatory? They don't even peer review the software like JOSS does and it costs money to submitters, which JOSS does not! Hope I see *no one* submit to this utter scam!
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Richard West Jun 18
New data from the Brown University Shock Tube and a new module for analyzing Laser Schlieren studies with complex kinetic models 👏👏
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Richard West Jun 18
Accurate Thermochemistry with Small Datasets using Transfer Learning. Learn embeddings on the 130k B3LYP data in QM9, then transfer, retrain on far fewer highly accurate data (eg. 1k CCSD(T)-F12 data) and get remarkably accurate results. Nice work!
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 15
Yes, , I do believe I will make my connection in Dublin, seeing as I land at 2 am but don’t leave again until 12:30 pm. (I know it’s just trying to help, but at this point it feels like adding insult to injury.)
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 15
Got an automated email from the NSF saying a proposal was recommended for funding!! 🎉 ... and then a follow up from the program manager saying the email was premature and the proposal is still under consideration. 😫 Talk about a rollercoaster of emotions. 🎢
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 14
Replying to @maratimes
Added to my reading list!
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FY! Fluid Dynamics Jun 13
. is a fellow fluid dynamicist, EDU creator (), and good friend. Please help him turn grief toward a good cause.
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A.J. Fillo Jun 12
My mom passed away last night. She was 58. My Gradmother passed away earlier this month. They were both . They both died of Alzheimer's. something, share it, tag it and donate to the to help find a cure.
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 13
Currently at the 19th International Conference on Computational Science () in Faro, Portugal. I *really* appreciate that the keynote starts at 9 am, rather than the typical ~8 am start times of most conferences I attend… 😴
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 12
Replying to @SusannaLHarris
Totally agree. I always finish these pretty exhausted, which is sort of the opposite of what a vacation should do.
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Arfon Smith Jun 8
It was: 33 papers published in May this year! We’ve recently written in more detail about the costs associated with publishing JOSS papers
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 8
Replying to @danielskatz @arfon
next stop, a million papers a year!
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Kyle Niemeyer Jun 7
Replying to @KameronHurley
Book club friends and I loved how Dietz’s gender was left ambiguous, with some hints—(semi) confirmation at the end was a great payoff! (As was the whole book tbh. Couldn’t put it down)
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