I³MS - Klawonn Seminar
Prof. Dr. Axel Klawonn - Towards Computing on the Extreme Scale in Nonlinear Solid Mechanics
Chair of Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computing, University of Cologne
CHARLEMAGNE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES - Marquardt Seminar
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Marquardt - Energiewende - Opportunities for Systems Modelling and Optimization
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH,
I³MS - Tempone Seminar
Prof. Dr. Raul F. Tempone - A Potpourri of Results from the KAUST Uncertainty Quantification Center
In this talk, we will present several results produced at the KAUST Strategic Research Initiative for Uncertainty Quantification.
These include, among others, contributions on Multi-level and Multi-index sampling techniques that address both direct and
inverse problems. We may also discuss efficient methods for Bayesian Inverse Problems and Optimal Experimental Design.
EU Regional School - Crane Seminar
Prof. Dr. Keenan Crane - Conformal Geometry Processing
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Digital geometry processing is the natural extension of traditional signal processing to three-dimensional geometric data. In recent years, methods based on so-called conformal (i.e., angle-preserving) transformations have proven to be a powerful paradigm for geometry processing since (i) numerical problems are typically linear, providing scalability and guarantees of correctness and (ii) conformal descriptions of geometry are often dramatically simpler or lower-dimensional than traditional encodings. This lecture will touch on both the mathematical foundations of conformal geometry, as well as recent numerical techniques and applications in 3D geometry processing.
I³MS - Rossmanith Seminar
Prof. Dr. James Rossmanith - Adaptive Micro-Macro Decomposition Methods for Kinetic Models in Plasma
Department of Mathematics,
Iowa State University, USA