## Neural Finite Element part I: how to implement MATLAB’s accumarray in PyTorch

The first part among many on how to implement an FEM natively in PyTorch, taking advantages of the auto-diff, natural data structure and functions supporting...

The first part among many on how to implement an FEM natively in PyTorch, taking advantages of the auto-diff, natural data structure and functions supporting...

This is the solution (long read) to a Chapter 11 exercise of the book by Brenner and Scott (Brenner and Scott, 2008). Personally I really like this problem, ...

In the first part, we reviewed a brief history of the mathematics of the Quantum Field Theory (not exhaustively, but enough to get the idea). In this part, w...

Translating the language of physicists to the language of mathematicians.

This note walks through the construction of the stiffness matrix for the finite element approximation of Poisson equation in 2D using the hierarchical basis...

My experience of using the GitHub copilot as a computational mathematician.

Use VSCode task to streamline the workflow of building a site and push the changes to GitHub.

Install wgo.js in the Jekyll blog and load it on demand using a toggle in preamble.

GitHub pages allows Jekyll version only to be 3.9, let us find a way around it.