## Modular implementation of local meshless numerical method

A conference talk about our implementation of meshless PDE library Medusa focused on paralelization opportunities. »

A conference talk about our implementation of meshless PDE library Medusa focused on paralelization opportunities. »

A lecture in a series of lectures for elementary and high school students training and competing for participation in international olympiads in informatics. Materials available at the course website. »

A conference talk about our adaptive framework for RBF-FD with applications to Poisson and Helmholtz equation. »

A conference talk about the high-accuracy RBF-FD method using PHS with monomial augmentation, with application to a scattering problem, showing workings of Medusa with complex numbers and coupled domains. »

A conference talk about the parallelization of the RBF-FD method and its application to linear elasticity Bousinessq problem of point contact in 3D. »

A lecture in a series of lectures for high school students training and competing for participation in international olympiads in informatics. »

A lecture in a series of lectures for high school students training and competing for participation in international olympiads in informatics. Materials available at the course website. »

A tutorial on more advanced features of C++. We covered default, copy and move desctructors, when they are called and why we need them. Next, we dealt with using smart pointers, how they help to avoid memory leaks and RAII principle. Finally, we briefly discussed variadic templates and CRTP. »

A tutorial on more advanced features of C++. Initially we covered compiling, separation of declarations and definitions,
header guards, `.o`

files, static libraries.
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A tutorial on how to work with Python in production environment. Covered unit tests with `unittest`

and `doctest`

modules, documentation generation using `sphinx`

and linting using `pylint`

.
Exercises can he found
here.
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A lecture in a series of lectures for high school students training and competing for participation in international olympiads in informatics. Materials available at the course website. »

A lecture in a series of lectures for high school students training and competing for participation in international olympiads in informatics. Materials available at the course website. »

A conference talk about the improvements of the node placing algorithms for strong form meshless methods. »

A conference talk about the Medusa library and its abilities. »

A conference talk about simlation of power lines cooling when the wind is negligible and the natural convection is the main cooling mechanism. Numerical results were computed using the Medusa library. »

A conference talk about doing dynamic thermal rating of power lines by computing the thrmo-fluid flow around a cyllinder coupled with the heat equation in the interior. The computation were performed using the Medusa library using RBF-FD method. »

A one day workshop on basics of computational geometry for talented high school students. You can download the presentation here. »

A conference talk about the RBF-FD method and its application to linear elasticity problems from fretting fatigue. »

A conference talk about a coordinate free implementation of a local strong form method developed in our department. »

A course on some of the more advanced parts of LaTeX, such as BibTeX, making indexes, commutative diagrams, tikz, writing algorithms in pseudocode and including source code listings. Excercises are available here. »

A computer workshop covering basics of LaTeX in 3 hours. Check out the course material or the source code. »

An adapted talk given previously for high school students. »

A popular lecture in the “I <3 MAT” cycle of popular lectures given at our faculty. The slides (in Slovenian) are available here. »

A conference talk about my work on extracting precise heart-rate variability from a noised ECG signal obtained from a wearable ECG sensor developed in our department. »

An introduction to programming with Python. Exercises can be found here. »

A tutorial on how to work with Python in production environment. Covered unit tests with `unittest`

and `doctest`

modules, documentation generation using `sphinx`

and lining using `pylint`

.
Exercises can he found
here.
»