AICES Fellow Bahodir Ahmedov Has Passed his Doctoral Exam
Bahodir Ahmedov started as AICES fellow in 2012 and received his Ph.D. degree in August 2016. His research on Approximation Methods and Reduced Models for Optimal Radiation Treatment, has been advised by Prof. Dr. Herty and Prof. Dr. Frank.
Bahodir now works as an Associate Professor at Inha University in Tashkent.
RWTH Aachen University’s SIAM Student Chapter Hosts Jeopardy Night
The RWTH Aachen University Chapter of SIAM (Aachen, Germany) held its first Sciencein April. In the first round, teams of four candidates were quizzed on questions from more or less scientific categories like “Algorithms,” “Plots,” and “May the force be with you.” When no candidate could provide the correct answer, somebody from the audience could partake and win a special prize. After completion of the initial rounds, the remaining competitors participated in the final round. In the end, SIAM student chapter officer Alexander Jaust emerged the clear victor. All participants won prizes, ranging from SIAM mugs and pens to MathWorks shirts and backpacks. Local company d-fine graciously sponsored the evening, which included snacks and beverages for everybody. The event was a great success and will surely be repeated soon! For those interested in learning more, the LaTeX template for the event can be found at GitHub under the project name “SIAMSC_jeopardy.” To read more about activities at the RWTH Aachen University Chapter of SIAM, visit the .
CAST Outstanding Young Researcher Award
Alexander Mitsos is the recipient of the
Best Student Paper Award at SC’16
AICES Fellow Marcus Höhnerbach is a finalist for the Best Student Paper Award at SC'16 for the paper "The Vectorization of the Tersoff Multi-Body Potential: An Exercise in Performance Portability" (by Markus Höhnerbach, Ahmed Ismail, and Paolo Bientinesi)
SC is the leading conference in High-Performance Computing.
CAMMP Week 2016
How do you have to arrange the mirrors in a solar power plant to generate the mostelectricity? How can you improve the booking system of a Carsharing-Company? And can you measure velocity with the help of a cellphone camera? For the 5th time, the Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program (CAMMP) sought to provide answers to those kinds of questions.
CAMMP's main objective is to make school students aware of their talents and potential as well as to develop sustainable interest in the different STEM fields. Moreover, a smooth transition from school to university should be ensured.
CAMMP Week took place from June 19-24, 2016 in a youth hostel in Voeren, Belgium, and is organized by Professor Martin Frank (MathCCES), as well as Dr. Nicole Faber (AICES Graduate School).
More information to& June 2016