7:00pm - 7:25pm Warm up
7:25pm - 7:30pm Introduction of speaker
7:30pm - 8:00pm Talk “c++ array library: xtensor and xtensor-python"
8:00pm - 8:20pm Questions and Answers
8:20pm - 9:00pm Free discussion
The need of arrays arises in many scientific programming problems. xtensor is a header-only library for convenient array operations. It allows us to quickly write code using multi-dimensional arrays in C++ to achieve the fastest runtime. With an affiliated project xtensor-python, we can manipulate the arrays from Python, and leave the tedious housekeeping work in a higher-level language. This talk will introduce how to use xtensor to code for scientific problems.
Yung-Yu Chen, software developer for numerical applications. He currently works in the semiconductor industry and applies computational geometry. As a personal interest, he also writes code for solving conservation laws.