International and interdisciplinary
In order to intensify the international and interdisciplinary cooperation, SimTech annually awards an Argyris Visiting Professorship to a personality from the field of simulation science. With this award the Cluster of Excellence honours internationally renowned scientists from Germany and abroad, who are outstanding representatives of their discipline in the field of simulation science.
Argyris Visiting Professorship
The award is presented to researchers who - similar to the name giver - have drawn attention to themselves with pioneering work in the field of simulation technology.
Argyris Visiting Professors are invited to Stuttgart for a period of three weeks to three months.
A public Argyris Lecture offers the visiting professor the opportunity to present his or her scientific work to a broad audience.
In honor of Professor John Argyris
With the Argyris Visiting Professorship, SimTech reminds of Professor John Hadji Argyris, one of the most internationally respected pioneers in the field of simulation technologies.
John Argyris was a professor at the University of Stuttgart (which was then known as Stuttgart University of Technology) and an important co-founder of the finite element method, with which a multitude of physical processes are still simulated today. It was John Argyris who made this method, which is now widely used, known to the scientific community.
Past Argyris Visiting Professors
|Prof. Inga Berre, University of Bergen, Norway
Prof. Dr. Daniel M. Tartakovsky, Stanford University, USA
|Prof. Serkan Gugercin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
|Prof. Gabor Csanyi, University of Cambridge, UK
|Prof. Michael Ortiz, Caltech, USA
|Prof. George Biros, University of Texas at Austin, USA
|Prof. Peter Knabner, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
|Prof. Ronaldo I. Borja, Stanford University, USA
|Prof. Robert McMeeking, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
|Prof. Michael Celia, Princeton University, USA
|Prof. Dr. René de Borst, University of Sheffield, UK