Kick-Off Graduate School

Location: Pauwelsstr. 12, Aachen


09.00 Uhr Beginn

09.10 Uhr Begrüßung durch Prof. Poprawe, Pro-Rektor für Struktur, Forschung und wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs RWTH Aachen

09.20 Uhr Begrüßung durch Frau Dr. Kreutz-Gers, Ministerium für Innovation, Wissenschaft, Forschung und Technologie des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen

09.30 Uhr Einführung AICES durch Prof. Marek Behr

10.10 Uhr-10.30 Uhr Pause und Möglichkeit zum Austausch und der Besichtigung der Posterpräsentationen

Vorträge der AICES-Nachwuchswissenschaftler

10.30 Uhr Dr. Ralf Haberkern: Moving Boundary Problems im Computational Materials Engineering

10.50 Uhr Prof. Dr. Felix Wolf: Performance Analysis and Tuning of the XNS CFD Solver on Blue Gene/L

11.10 Uhr Dr. Thomas Fries: Discontinuities in continuum mechanics

11.30 Uhr Dr. Herbert Egger: Inverse Problems and Applications

11.50 Uhr Pause

12.00 Uhr Dr. André Bardow: Pimp my experiment! Novel methods for model-based experimental design

12.20 Uhr Dr. Georg May: Kinetic Schemes and Spectral Differences: New Algorithms for Conservation Laws

12.40 Uhr Dr. Michael Kühn: Mineral trapping of CO2 in operated hydrogeothermal reservoirs -System analysis using reactive transport modelling-

Anschließend (13:00–14:00): Möglichkeit zum Austausch, Besichtigung der Posterpräsentationen, gemeinsames Essen


Anfahrt Kick-Off Graduate School

Steering Committee

Location: MTZ, Pauwelsstr. 19

Steering Committee

Location: MTZ, Pauwelsstr. 19

Burger Seminar

Location: MTZ room 4.02, Pauwelsstr. 19

Inverse Multiscale Problems

Prof. Dr. Martin Burger, Institut für Numerische und Angewandte Mathematik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Modern nonlinear science is full of multiscale processes, where the derivation of efficiently computable models poses significant mathematical challenges. In many cases microscopic models are known, but for efficient simulation one needs coarse-grained meso- or macroscopic models. Coarse-graining is also the basis for the solution of inverse problems, which usually arise when one wants to compute quantities that are not directly accessible from indirect observations or when one seeks optimal designs.

In this talk we present some aspects of multiscale modelling and related inverse problems, with applications in the natural sciences (design of semiconductor devices, crystal growth and nucleation, ion transport through channels and nanopores, chemotaxis) and also in socio-economic systems (swarming, price herding, opinion formation).

Bause Seminar

Location: MTZ room 4.02, Pauwelsstr. 19

Efficient and Reliable Approximation of Water Flow and Reactive Multicomponent Transport in the Subsurface

Dr. Markus Bause, Institut für Angewandte Mathematik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg