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We numerically compute a mathematical model for generating animal patterns based on reaction-diffusion methods (Gray-Scott) first outlined by Alan Turing in 1952.
Visualize electrodynamic forces between particles on a flat torus
A procedural random snowflake generator that mimics the underlying physical laws to generate real looking snowflakes and render them in real time.
When the speed of an observer nears that of light, shapes distort and change. While cosmologists regularly correct for this effect, 3D graphics engines often neglect to include it! We correct this.
In this project, we simulate the Rabi oscillation of a particle as it moves through time. Through our interface, you can input parameters and observe how the probability of spin-up state changes.
Fulfill your childhood dream of throwing objects in a water-based corn starch mixture - without annoying your parents.Use our Ez Fluid Simulator to simulate newtonian and non-newtonian fluids.
Created the software side of a probe used to detect debris damage on a space vehicle.
A reaction-diffusion system simulator that makes beautiful patterns for scientific applications and for fun.
Please see this website: https://hackstros-queens.github.io/index.html#aboutGithub: https://github.com/Hackstros-Queens/Hackstros-Queens.github.io
The Rössler attractor is the attractor for the Rössler system, a system of three non-linear ordinary differential equations originally studied by the German biochemist Otto Eberhard Rössler
Simulating the propagation of infectious diseases in relation to distancing.
Why is there nuclear radiation years after the disaster?
How do supernovae evolve over time? Our project simulates the time evolution of these supernova remnants, namely the rapid decay of their radial expansion rates.
Using projectile motion, wind and spin to move light objects
Inspired by the works of Wassily Kadisnki, we chose to represent artistically random walks on the stage of the earth.
We manipulated the path of an electron beam using principles of optics, and animated the process using Python.
Using satellite imaging, we hacked a deep learning tool extracting terrain features, and used then to predict the placement of landmines in conflict areas like Afghanistan.
A short notebook describing physics concepts.
Finding the outliers in life
The code numerically solves the equations of motion for a system of N attached spring-mass oscillators using scipy.integrate.solve_ivp, a numerical initial value problem solver in the SciPy library.
We have addressed the challenge posed by CFHT and have made a code that takes the spectrum of an object and outputs the emission and absorption lines' wavelengths & corresponding intensities
We profide an API that can be used to create hybrid networks using quantum and classical machine learning components. Both types can be mixed in order to create an hybrid model.
Simulation of a simple climate model that computes the average temperature in relation to the latitude with some graphs for visualization.
Visualizing gravitational lensing using raycasting.
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