The 2021 PyLith hackathon will be held online over 7 days, June 7-10 (Mon-Thu) and June 14-16 (Mon-Wed), 2021. We plan to have 3-4 projects with 3-4 people working on each project. In addition to the list of potential projects below, prospective participants may also propose projects by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hackathon web page: https://geodynamics.org/cig/events/calendar/2021-pylith-hack/
Apply now! Applications will be accepted until April 23, 2021.
- Experience using PyLith
- Comfortable running Unix commands via the command line
- Some coding experience (depends on the project)
- Available to do “homework” before the hackathon
List of potential projects
See https://community.geodynamics.org/t/2021-pylith-hackathon/1685/3 for details.
We will work with applicants to refine the project scope/details before the hackathon.
- Poroelasticity: examples, benchmarks, fault implementation w/pore pressure
- Point sources: wells; seismic moment tensors
- Earthquake cycle modeling: start top-level implementation
- Gmsh integration: Gmsh Python scripts for existing examples
- Full scale tests: Create simulations with known solutions
- Documentation: Convert to MyST + Sphinx; examples as Jupyter notebooks
- Adaptive mesh refinement
- Viscoelastic bulk rheologies using strain rate
- Time-dependent Green’s functions