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Completed Doctoral projects of AICES fellows

  • Nima Hamidi Siboni:
  • Molecular Dynamics Studies of Thermodynamical Consistency and Non-locality of Effective Temperature
  • Sonia Vivas:
  • Genomic and Clinical Data Correlation: A Novel Approach for Relapse Prediction in Cancer Samples
  • Diego Fabregat-Traver:
  • Knowledge-based automatic generation of linear algebra algorithms and code
  • Safdar Abbas:
  • High Gradient XFEM for Fracture Mechanics
  • Markus Bachmayr:
  • Numerical Methods for Higher-Dimensional Approximation in Quantum Chemistry
  • Malak Baydoun:
  • A Novel Approach to Three-dimensional Crack Propagation in XFEM with Application to Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy
  • Ariannna Bosco:
  • Reynolds Stress Model for Hypersonic Flow
  • David Böhme:
  • Characterization of Computation and Communication Imbalance in Parallel Applications
  • Kwok Wah Cheng:
  • h- and p- XFEM with Application to Two-Phase Incompressible Flow
  • Zohreh Ebrahimi:
  • Micromechanical Phase-Field Model and Simulation of Eutectic Growth with Misfit Stresses
  • Anna-Lena Gerner:
  • Reduced Basis Approximation and A Posteriori Error Estimation for the Unsteady Navier-Stokes Equations in Parametrized Domains
  • Francesca Iacono:
  • High-Order Adaptive Methods for Convection-Dominated Nonlinear Problems Using Multilevel Solution Techniques
  • Roman Iakymchuk:
  • Performance Modeling and Prediction for Linear Algebra Algorithms
  • Matthias Petschow:
  • MRRR-Based Eigensolvers for Multi-Core Processors and Supercomputers
  • Matthias Schlottbom:
  • On Forward and Inverse Models in Optical Tomography
  • Jochen Schütz:
  • A Hybrid Mixed Finite Element Scheme for the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations and Adjoint-Based Error Control for Target Functionals
  • Zoltan Szebenyi:
  • Capturing Parallel Performance Dynamics
  • Sonia Vivas Prieto:
  • Modeling Long-Term Response to Drugs (on the gene expression and population) in Oncology Therapies
    supported by BMBF Project
  • Christian Waluga:
  • Analysis of Hybrid Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Incompressible Flow Problems