AIMS Seminar Series WS 2011/12

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Seminars take place Mondays at 4 pm in AICES seminar room, Schinkelstr. 2, 1st floor, room 115

24.10.2011
Prof. Dr. Gabriel Wittum
Goethe Center for Scientific Computing (G-CSC), Goethe University Frankfurt
Modelling and Simulation of Biological Systems

21.11.2011
Dr. Markus Bambach
Metal Forming Institute, Material Modelling / Sheet Metals, RWTH Aachen
Modeling of Metal Forming Processes and Process Chains

30.11.2011
CHARLEMAGNE LECTURE SERIES 2011
takes place in SuperC, 6th floor
Prof. Dr. Erwin Stein
Institute of Mechanics and Computational Mechanics, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Milestones of Direct Variational Calculus and its Analysis from the 17th Century until Today – Mathematics meets Mechanics

05.12.2011
Prof. Dr. Alejandro Giorgetti
Bioinformatics, Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona
Chemical Senses: Insights from Structural Bioinformatics

12.12.2011
Prof. Dr. Peter Gumbsch
Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg
and: IAM - Reliability of Components and Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Simulation of Tribocontacts at Atomic Resolution

09.01.2012
Prof. Dr. Costas Kiparissides
Department of Chemical Engineering & Chemical Process Engineering Research Institute, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Multi-phase Multivariate Population Balance Modeling of Polymerization and Biological Systems

16.01.2012
Prof. Dr. Patrick Jenny
Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, ETH Zürich
Stochastic Particle Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics

23.01.2012
Prof. Dr. Pietro Asinari
Department of of Energetics, Politecnico di Torino
How to get rid of Mesh Generation Nightmares: Are Regular Lattices Suitable for Computational Fluid Dynamics

30.01.2012
Dr. Gianluigi Rozza
CMS - Modeling and Scientific Computing, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Reduced basis method for viscous flows in parametrized geometries: applications to inverse problems in shape registration and optimization

This is a continuation of the seminar series from Summer Semester 2011.