All talks start at 4 pm and take place at Pfaffenwaldring 7 in V7.01. Changes to that will be highlighted.
In this lecture series, leading researchers and promising young scientists report on their latest findings in the field of simulation science. We place particular emphasis on the interdisciplinary variety of contributions. We invite all interested parties to our colloquium.
Summer term 2020
Due to the current situation, all planned dates are postponed until further notice.
Winter term 2019/2020
|5 February 2020||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||Prof. Dr. Stefan Turek|
|8 January 2020||Evolving Interfaces in Porous Media||Jun.-Prof. Ph.D. Carina Bringedal|
|4 December 2019||High-accuracy finite-temperature first principles calculations accelerated by machine learning potentials||Prof. Blazej Grabowski|
|27 November 2019||Bio-inspired Small-Scale Soft Robots||Prof. Metin Sitti|
Summer term 2019
|10 July 2019||Let's go high-dimensional!||Prof. Dirk Pflüger|
|19 June 2019||Learning to control redundant musculoskeletal systems - arm and leg robot and computer simulation||Prof. Syn Schmitt|
|5 June 2019||Everyday Gaze Sensing and Analysis for Cognitive User Interfaces||Prof. Andreas Bulling|
Winter term 2018/2019
|13 February 2019||Micro-Macro Models for Reactive Flow and Transport Problems in Complex Media||Prof. Peter Knabner|
|30 January 2019||Mixed-dimensional modeling and simulation||Prof. Jan Martin Nordbotten|
|28 November 2018||A finite-difference/finite-element framework for fluid-structure interaction using an immersed boundary method with variational transfer||Prof. Dominik Obrist|
|24 Ocotber 2018||Smart Sensors as Multiphysics Problems - Why Modeling and Simulations are Crucial for Successful In-Situ Measurements||Prof. Jens Anders|