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    Graduate School AICES of the RWTH Aachen

    The Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES) is a graduate school established in 2006 in the frame of the German Excellence Initiative. In 2012, the German Research Foundation has re-evaluated AICES’ scientific concepts and has funded the Graduate School for a second time. AICES offers a doctoral program for Bachelor and Master students enabling a shortened and attractive path to the doctorate. It conducts interdisciplinary research at the interface between mathematics, computer science and engineering, which is reflected by a collaborative effort of more than 25 institutes from 8 academic departments

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    Former Charlemagne Distinguished Lecture Series Speaker
    Twice a year the AICES doctoral students organize the prestigious Charlemagne Distinguished Lecture Series  as part of the I3MS seminar series, which aims to invite people who have achieved impressive achievements throughout their careers and are inspired by their scientific achievements. 
    Among other prestigious speakers our guests were:
    Prof. Yann LeCun, Director of AI Research at Facebook, USA
    Prof. Thomas Hughes, the University of Texas at Austin, USA
    Prof. Pierre-Louis Lions, Collège de France, France
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    International Research Training Group 2379


    The International Research Training Group (IRTG) "Modern Inverse Problems: From Geometry and Data to Models and Applications", is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and starts on 1st October, 2018.

    The IRTG consists of researchers from the Aachen Institute of Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science and the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences  at the University of Texas at Austin. Special emphasis will be placed on inverse problems, focusing in particular on the interaction between geometry, data, models, and applications

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Computational engineering science (CES) has its roots in the modeling and simulation of technical systems and phenomena occurring in nature. Today, there is a trend toward an increasing intricacy of the systems being analyzed (complexity), a growing range of interacting scales which must be considered at once (multiscale), and larger numbers of interacting physical phenomena that are inseparable (multiphysics). Furthermore, there is increased demand for best-design identification of engineered systems with reduced input from human intuition (optimization). Therefore, in addition to pursue research in the classical CES  

 research fields, AICES sets out to advance computational engineering science in three critical areas of synthesis:

  • model identification and discovery supported by model-based experimentation (MEXA),
  • understanding scale interaction and scale integration,
  • and optimal design and operation of engineered systems, including both the products and manufacturing processes.

These diverse objectives share a common trait, in that they are examples of broadly-defined inverse problems. 



Location: SUPERC, 6th Floor, Generali Room, 52062 Aachen

I³MS - Tempone Seminar

Location: AICES Seminar Room 115, 1st floor, Schinkelstr. 2, 52062 Aachen

EU Regional School - Crane Seminar

Location: AICES Seminar Room 115, 1st floor, Schinkelstr. 2, 52062 Aachen