Tackle the Full Simulation Lifecycle With CMB

The Computational Model Builder (CMB) leverages several powerful open-source tools and integrates them into an application framework that can be readily adapted to specific problem domains. CMB pulls the together tools and simulation codes such as Open-Cascade, Nek5000, Hydra-TH, DAKOTA, PHASTA, ParaView, MOAB, Albany, and MeshKit into a cohesive, end-to-end framework. This application framework approach allows scientists and engineers to focus on their domain expertise rather than worrying about the integration of disparate software and simulation codes. CMB is part of Kitware’s collection of commercially supported open-source platforms for software development.

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CMB: The Tool You Need to Efficiently Build Your Simulation Workflows

CMB: The Tool You Need to Efficiently Build Your Simulation Workflows

Building simulation workflows can be complicated. Trying to find and connect different tools to get the results you’re looking for can be inefficient, error-prone and take up valuable resources, including time and money. To make matters worse, sharing and deploying these workflows to fellow engineers, researchers, and academics tend to involve relying on hand written notes and scripts that can be difficult to follow and maintain.

Announcing the Release of SMTK 24.01

Announcing the Release of SMTK 24.01

It’s been quite a while since the last release of SMTK and we wanted to start off 2024 with a feature packed release which includes the following improvements: Important SMTK Core Changes The changes in this section have a widespread impact on SMTK. Type Hierarchy Reflection SMTK has long provided introspection functionality for classes such […]

Supercomputing 2023

Supercomputing 2023

The theme for SC23, “I Am HPC,” is fitting for Kitware because we’ve been a part of the HPC community for more than two decades. From the early days at Kitware when we were developing VTK to building software that thrives on the world’s most powerful computers today, scientific visualization is a critical part of who we are as a company.

Summer/Fall 2023 Training Courses

Summer/Fall 2023 Training Courses

Kitware is hosting live training courses for our popular open source platforms. Our courses are taught by Kitware’s software R&D experts who champion these platforms. They mix theory and application with a set of tutorials and exercises. If you are interested in taking one of our upcoming courses, register now to take advantage of our […]

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C++ Now 2024

C++ Now 2024

C++Now is a gathering of C++ experts and enthusiasts from around the world looking to push C++ to its limits. The conference explores what C++ will look like in the future and how it can be used today.

import std in CMake 3.30

import std in CMake 3.30

Since C++ named modules left the experimental state in CMake (see import CMake; the Experiment is Over!), CMake development has continued to add more support for modules. The most recent development is the experimental support of import std;. C++23 introduced support for APIs to be available via the named module std. This means that import […]

2023/2024 Webinars Retrospective

2023/2024 Webinars Retrospective

Kitware Europe has been hard at work creating great webinars this year! Here is a list of our few last webinars so they are easier to find. For the complete list, please visit https://www.paraview.org/tutorials/. Advanced rendering of scientific data using ray-tracing in ParaView Presented on: February 29, 2024Instructors: Thomas Galland & Lucas Givord This webinar […]

CMake 3.29.2 available for download

CMake 3.29.2 available for download

CMake 3.29.2 available for download

Automotive Acoustic Simulation Post-processing with ParaView

Automotive Acoustic Simulation Post-processing with ParaView

Kitware note: This is a guest blog from Antonio Baiano Svizzero from Undabit Acoustic Simulations. Computational Acoustics, particularly when applied using the Finite Element Method (FEM), is a critical tool in various industries such as automotive, aeronautical, building sectors etc. It enables the simulation of sound fields in complex environments, which is essential for optimizing […]

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