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    Pascal Müller
    @pascal-mueller
    Hello, I just learned about the einsteintoolkit. I'm trying to get into numerical relativity. Now my strength is the numerical part and less the relativity part. So I'm wondering: What are the prerequisites for the workshop? What physics background is assumed? Also what is the format exactly/what does one do in 9:00 AM CDT to 1:30 PM CDT?
    Roland Haas
    @rhaas80
    Some knowledge of general relativity on the level of an undergraduate course will be helpful, knowledge of the C prigramming language for some of the tutorials, Python and matplotlib to plot the new user tutorial. The exact format is still a bit in flux typically there will be a lecture or tutorial per day on the ET and a presentation on a result or project using the ET afterwards. Topics wise it will be similar to some degree to the 2020 ET workshop at LSU. You can find a link to it on the ET wiki main page http://docs.einsteintoolkit.org
    Pascal Müller
    @pascal-mueller

    Some knowledge of general relativity on the level of an undergraduate course will be helpful, knowledge of the C prigramming language for some of the tutorials, Python and matplotlib to plot the new user tutorial. The exact format is still a bit in flux typically there will be a lecture or tutorial per day on the ET and a presentation on a result or project using the ET afterwards. Topics wise it will be similar to some degree to the 2020 ET workshop at LSU. You can find a link to it on the ET wiki main page http://docs.einsteintoolkit.org

    Thanks for the information.