SimTech organizes a variety of events and meetings such as the annual status seminar, seminars on different topics and public events. Here you get all the necessary information about those events.
- SimTech Colloquium
SimTech organizes each term talks with internal people, external partners and guests on SimTech related topics.
On a regular basis, SimTech organizes workshops on all kind of topics relevant for SimTech and those interested in simulation science and its differents aspects.
- Public Events
The transfer of knowledge and results into society and politics as well as the presentation of our Cluster and its research to a broad public is a decisive pillar of our transfer concept.
- Events for Students
The students of our study program "Simulation Technology" are at the core of our research-oriented education concept.
- Events for High School Students
We organize exciting events for high school students to demonstrate what simulation science is and what simulation technologies have to offer.
- Status Seminar
SimTech's status seminar takes place once a year. It serves as a platform to bring together the members of the Cluster including PIs, PRs, PhD students and everyone involved in SimTech.
SimTech Colloquium: Mathematical and computational modeling of fluid-poroelastic structure interaction
SimTech Colloquium: Scientific Machine Learning Models for Microstructure Texture Prediction in Metal Additive Manufacturing
Presentation on "Coupling problems and partitioned-based approach for an inflatable aeroshell as innovative atmospheric entry technology"
ML Session: Neural networks with physical constraints, domain decomposition-based training strategies, and model order reduction
MOR-Seminar "Microstructure property prediction through neural networks using POD, geometric and convolutional features"
Inaugural Lecture by Blazej Grabowski on "Heiße Themen der Materialwissenschaft: (Computer) Simulanten am Werk"
SimTech Talk on "Continuous and Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Methods for Incompressible Flow" (Catherine Mavriplis, University of Ottawa, Canada)
MOR-Seminar "Compatible Port-Hamiltonian Discretization and Model Reduction of a Nonlinear Flow Problem"
Time-resolved microtomography for materials science: Unveiling structural evolution in dynamic processes. (Christian Matthias Schlepütz)
ML Session "Continuous Model Design and Simulation with CML and reporting on Workflows" (F. Zills, J. Range)
Massively Parallel & Low Precision Accelerator Hardware as Trends in HPC - How to use it for large scale simulations allowing high computational, numerical and energy efficiency with application to CFD (Stefan Turek)
High-accuracy finite-temperature first principles calculations accelerated by machine learning potentials (Blazej Grabowski)
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