Python tool for electromagnetism simulations
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electropy is a classical electrodynamics simulation toolset for Python.
Recommended requirement: conda or anaconda
- git clone https://github.com/electropy/electropy.git
- cd electropy
- conda create -n ep python=3.6
- conda activate ep
- pip install -e .
## About me
Mathieu Boudreau is a MRI physicist working as a Research Fellow for the Montreal Heart Institute and a software developper at NeuroPoly (Polytechnique de Montréal). He holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from McGill University (‘19), a MSc in Physics from the University of Western Ontario (‘11), and a BSc in Physics from the Université de Moncton (‘09). In his spare time, Mathieu enjoys making graduate students feel anxious about not having proper backups of their computers.
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