Dominic Read Mechanical Engineering at UMIST, Manchester, in 2005 and stayed on to complete a doctorate on spray simulation using probability density functions. At Queen Mary, London, adjoint methods for fluid dynamics simulation was the focus of a three year post-doctoral project. Following this research, some of the ideas were carried forward into industry, applying the adjoint methodology to Star-CCM+ simulation software at Siemens. Presently the director of a university residential college in North West London, and due to start a Master's in Philosophy in September 2018.
Talks I've Given
Delving into compile time functions
Featuring Dominic Jones
Following on from the talk "Expression Tree Transforms", one of its key compile time functions will be examined: the "dual of a list of numbers". Whilst conceptually straight forward, it offers significant implementation challenges, hopefully providing some insight into how to...functions functional c programming-language software-development language c++