Maths meets Industry

Workshop to foster the exchange between academic and industrial research

Time & Place

The workshop "Maths meets Industry" will take place

Date: October 5-6, 2022
Pfaffenwaldring 5B,
Rooms V5.01 + V5.02,
70569 Stuttgart

Organizing Committee

EXC 2075 SimTech/ IC SimTech:
Jörg Fehr
Christian Rohde

Bosch Research:
Uwe Iben
Veronika Schleper
Michael Schick

Within the  Cluster of Excellence EXC 2075 "Data-Integrated Simulation Science" the Industrial Consortium SimTech e. V. is serving as the platform for the direct exchange with experienced industrial partners. Together with the Robert Bosch GmbH, we organize the 1st "Maths meets Industry" workshop that takes place on October 5 - 6 at the University of Stuttgart.

The main purpose is a mutual exchange of results in up-to-date research projects and the identification of joint research topics related to fundamental mathematical and computational methods in the broadest sense. The program includes but is not restricted to topics like

  • Uncertainty quantification and computational statistics
  • Data-Integrated Numerical Simulation and high-performance computing
  • Model-order reduction and surrogate modelling
  • Machine learning tools for simulation


  • Students of the University of Stuttgart
  • (Post)Doctoral researchers and members of the GS SimTech or affiliated with Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Everyone interested in networking and exchange

Participating (post)doctoral researchers can present their up-do-date research in form of a science slam (8 mins talk + 2 mins questions).

Keynote Lectures

Confirmed speakers from the University of Stuttgart:

Andrea Beck When Machine Learning meets Computational Fluid Dynamics…
Jörg Fehr Industrial Consortium SimTech - Examples of Joint Research between Academia and Industry; Model Reduction, Virtual Commissioning and Vehicle Safety
Dominik Göddeke A Cross-Platform, High-Performance SPH Toolkit for Image-Based Flow Simulations on the Pore Scale of Porous Media
Bernard Haasdonk Kernel Methods for Efficient Surrogate Modelling
Bernadette Hahn-Rigaud Dynamic inverse problems and their applications in imaging

Confirmed speakers from Bosch:

 André Gerlach, J. Eisele Artificial Intelligence for Sensor Systems in Acoustics
 Uwe Iben, M. Geisel, D. Kreuter TorchPhysics – Python Library for Physics Informed Neural Networks
 Johannes von Keler Application of Uncertainty Quantification and Statistical Validation to Quantify the Credibility of Simulations for Virtual Engineering
 Andreas Klein Connecting Different Abstraction Levels: A Major Challenge in Physical Modeling
 Oliver Lenord, A. Klein, A. Fischer Physics-Inspired Neural Network Architecture to Accelerate Solving Non-Linear PDE Problems in Fluid Dynamics
 Michael Schick Mathematical Activities in Bosch Research


Program Overview

October 5

09:00 am   Registration and Welcome
09:30 am   Talks
10:45 am   Break
11:00 pm   Talks
12:00 pm   Break
01:30 pm   Talks
03:30 pm   Break
04:00 pm   Science slam on up-to-date research from (post)doctoral researchers and subsequent award ceremony
06:15 pm   Get together

October 6

09:00 am   Welcome with coffee
09:30 am   Talks
11:00 am   Break
11:15 am   Results from the student's competition and award ceremony
12:00 pm   Closing

The detailed program can be found here.


The registration is closed. If you would like to attend the workshop, please send an email to Maximilian Hörl via

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