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As a Linguistics Graduate student, this internship seemed like a great opportunity to put my language arts skills to use and gain experience working with an engineering-based company. With an undergraduate degree in Chemistry and a minor in Japanese I was familiar with many different forms of writing, but I ...
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An Intern’s Dive Into DEM

When I first heard about Coupi, I was about to finish my minor in Mathematics and my junior year of pursuing a degree in Computer Science. I had already been searching for a summer internship that would allow me to put what I learned during my past three years at ...
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New Year, New Features

As an intern during the previous year, the opportunity to work with Coupi again provided a unique chance to see how both the company and I had grown. A lot has changed on both sides in the two semesters since my previous internship has ended. On my end, I’m now ...
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Aristotle’s Wheel, Powder Feeding, & More…

Welcome to our monthly roundup of the best links on the internet about engineering, physics, and computer modeling! This month’s edition is full of interesting videos, articles, and resources to keep you up to date with the world of computer-assisted engineering, and discrete elements methods. Simulating the Real World Ever ...
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Lunar Regolith, Microstructures, & More…

Welcome to our monthly roundup of the best links on the internet about engineering, physics, and computer modeling! This month’s edition is full of interesting videos, articles, and resources to keep you up to date with the world of computer-assisted engineering and discrete elements methods. Simulating the Real World Continuous ...
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All Matter is Particulate Matter

The first advocates for an atomic theory were Leucippus and Democritus, Greek philosophers, in the fifth century B.C. They suggested that matter is made of particles that are too small to be seen. Democritus proposed that if you kept cutting a substance in half into smaller and smaller pieces, eventually ...
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