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The Enzo development consortium is pleased to announce the first Enzo Users Workshop, which will take place at the San Diego Supercomputer Center on June 28-30, 2010. This workshop will be take place shortly after the release of Enzo 1.6, which will have several new features (including MHD and radiation transport), and will be targeted at both new and experienced Enzo users. We will present tutorials on both beginning and advanced Enzo subjects, including running existing simulation types, developing new problem initialization routines, and data analysis and visualization using the 'yt' analysis package. Several experienced Enzo users and developers will be available to help users with both beginning and advanced questions.
The website for the workshop is http://lca.ucsd.edu/workshops/enzo2010 , which contains a mailing list sign up, draft schedule, and accommodation details. We will be able to partially defray accommodation costs for attending students. We hope to see you there!
Sincerely, Matthew Turk, Michael Norman, and Brian O'Shea (on behalf of the Enzo development team)