August 30th - September 3rd, 2010
Our little movie about the Klein Bottle was accepted at the video festival SIBGRAPI 2010 in Brazil! So I was proud to be nominated with Konstantin Weixelbaum in the area of "Computer Animation Shorts".... my first "Hollywood-experience" :)
today I want to briefly write down, how to compile APBS (Adaptive Poisson Boltzmann Solver) on a Mac (Intel) System, because all news I have found are not updated for a new version and new tools for Xcode.
At first install Xcode Developer Tools @ http://developer.apple.com/technologies/xcode.html (you have to register at first and go to "Developer Downloads"). On the left panel select "Developer Tools" and download e.g. "Xcode 3.2.2 Developer Tools". It will take a while downloading and installing the files (approx. 700 MB).
Together with Konstantin Weixelbaum we produced a mathematical short movie about the Klein Bottle which was originally described in 1882 by Felix Klein. It was a project which started at the AG Animation from Prof. Dr. Konrad Polthier. We were inspired by the Mathfilmfestival in 2008, so we decided to learn some Maya after we did some funny flying hair simulations for a course called "Scientific Visualization".
This time I went with my group to the CCP5 Summer School 2009 in Sheffield, UK. It was an interesting summer school for molecular simulations and its theory from 5th - 14th July 2009.
This week we got an amazing workshop which was organized by our working group. As the title indicates it's all about complicated mathematics which in fact are all having the same target: We want to describe molecule-dynamics in an efficient way.
This weekend I went to Hünfeld which is located at the wonderfull town called Fulda and participated at the workshop "Computer Simulation and Theory of Macromolecules 2009". And yes.. of course a lot of things always happen.. and this time it was not surprising;)
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