My presentations often include fair share of math equations and videos/ animation. Although making presentation in beamer is always an option, but as of now, embedding animation or video in a beamer-generated PDF isn’t very intuitive or natively supported. So, I have always opted in for Power Point because of the ease of use. While equation editor in MS Word and PowerPoint has improved drastically over the last few years, it’s still not nowhere near what LaTeX can produce. Additionally, I already have equations written in LaTeX and I use overleaf these days for LaTeX.

# Blog

## Getting Started with FEniCSx

FEniCSx is an open source multi-platform computing environment to solve partial differential equations using finite element method. FEniCSx supports parallel computing with Python and C++ interface. FEniCSx is comprised of the libraries UFL, Basix, FFCx and DOLFINx which are the build blocks of it.

## Linking Intel oneAPI and Visual Studio with Abaqus 2019/2020

Abaqus is one of the most popular and common finite element packages used across academia and industry. To the best of my knowledge, it is the first commercial finite element program that allowed users to implement their own constitutive models and finite element models via a Fortran-based user subroutine. But it has always been a…

## Relearning Mathematics

A little background I started to grow interests in computational mechanics when I was a sophomore in my Mechanics of Solids and Numerical Analysis class. For the next two years in my undergrad, I worked on learning and developing computational methods for linear elasticity problems. I developed a displacement potential-based finite difference method for modeling…