In this new webcast I talked with Dr. Jim Fonseca, a key developer of NEMO5. We take a deep dive into NEMO5: what it does, how it works, and what students need to consider when trying to maximize performance. Jim gives out a number of highly useful tips for students, including how to profile the code and where to find testing datasets.
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