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SC14 podcast: George Biros models honey flow with supercomputers

Published on November 12, 2014 by Jorge Salazar



George Biros, professor in mechanical engineering and computer science at UT Austin's Institute for Computational Engineering and Science.

Two graduate students from The University of Texas at Austin, Dhairya Malhotra and Amir Gholami, are up for Best Student Paper at the supercomputing conference SC14. They've co-authored the work with George Biros, a professor in mechanical engineering and computer science at UT Austin's Institute for Computational Engineering and Science.

The team tested an algorithm that modeled Stokes flows of slow-moving fluids through microstructures. It's kind of like honey flow," explained Biros.

A full transcript of the podcast interview with George Biros is available on the SoundCloud track info section.


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