Tag Archives: Perforce

I’m Dr. Michael G. Remotigue and This Is How I Mesh

I grew up in Fairfield, OH, a bedroom community of Cincinnati.  I’m the second oldest of four brothers.  My father is Filipino and my mother is German.   It was the summer after my freshman year of college when I met … Continue reading

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I’m Chris Fouts and This Is How I Mesh

I guess you could say I’ve been working towards a career at Pointwise, Inc. since 1978. That’s when, growing up in the outskirts of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, I learned to program using my first computer, a TRS-80 Model 1 with … Continue reading

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I’m Jim Colby and This Is How I Mesh

While originally from Illinois (Waukegan for you Jack Benny fans), I grew in foggy Santa Maria, CA. So, I know BBQ – specifically Santa Maria Style BBQ and even helped my dad build a ‘spec’ Santa Maria BBQ pit. Even … Continue reading

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I’m Mike Jefferies and This Is How I Mesh

I am one of the software developers here at Pointwise. I have contributed to several areas of the code base, but the geometry and database functionality is my area of expertise. In addition, I have presented at conferences on multi-threaded … Continue reading

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I’m Michael Mirsky and This Is How I Mesh

OK, I’ve got to come clean. I don’t rigorously mesh that often. As part of the product development team, the grids I spend most of my time with are those meshes submitted by our talented users. They are typically ones … Continue reading

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I’m Nick Wyman and This Is How I Mesh

I received a BS in Aerospace Engineering and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. My graduate work focused on the use of CFD for the prediction of rotordynamic stability of turbomachinery. My first job out of school … Continue reading

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