My March Meeting talk is online

After much delay, my March Meeting talk is finally online in all the right places! You can watch my talk on Virtual March Meeting or by following the link from the APS Bulletin, but I’ll also embed the video and post the slides here (PDF of slides).

If you’re interested in learning more, the best way to do so is to download my preprint from arXiv: arxiv.org/abs/2001.09268, but if you have questions or comments, I would be eager to hear them, so please don’t hesitate to contact me.

As a side note, I went through and fixed Youtube’s automatically-generated closed captions, and they were frighteningly accurate. They even correctly guessed some words that I mumbled. The only consistent mistakes were on technical terms (ergodicity, Ising, etc) and the total lack of punctuation.

If you were supposed to present at the March Meeting and you haven’t yet posted your talk online, there’s information about how to do that here. (PSA: There are two separate ways: posting it on the APS Bulletin and on VirtualMarchMeeting.com, both require you to first upload your talk to Youtube).

 

2 thoughts on “My March Meeting talk is online

  1. Hamid

    Dear Adam ,

    I am reading your publication: PHYSICAL REVIEW E 102, 032112 (2020).

    I found in this publication that you used MC simulations for investigating the magnetization of the Ising square lattice in the presence of an external magnetic field.
    I want to simulate the magnetization of a 2-D Ising lattice (triangular lattice) in the presence of a magnetic field in the z-direction. Unfortunately, I could not find any source code to pursue my goal.
    Can you please send me your source codes that you have used for your simulations in this paper.
    I want to check the details of my code with yours to find the accuracy.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you for your support.

    Best regards,
    Hamid

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    1. iaizzi Post author

      Hi Hamid! Thanks for your comments! I saw your email before I saw this comment, so I already replied there. For anyone else that comes across this, my code is available on Gitlab (similar to Github) and is even citeable, with a DOI and everything:
      A. Iaizzi, 10.5281/zenodo.3899696 (2020), 2D Ising antiferromagnet Monte Carlo
      https://gitlab.com/adazi/afm-ising2d/

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