AICES Fellow Zhenying Zhang Has Passed Her Doctoral Exam

Zhenying Zhang

Zhenying started as AICES fellow in October 2011 and received her doctoral degree in November 2016. Her research on Certified Reduced Basis Method for Variational Inequalities, has been advised by Prof. Veroy-Grepl, Ph.D. and Prof. Dr. Herty.

Congratulations Zhenying!

AICES Associated Junior Research Group Leader Stefanie Elgeti Has Passed her Habilitation

Stefanie Elgeti

On November 16th, Stefanie Elgeti has passed her habilitation. The title of her presentation was:” Errors in Judgement in Engineering: What Can They Teach Us about the Design Process?“. Her habilitation treatise had the title: „CAD-Conforming Finite Element Methods in Engineering Design“. The consultants were Prof. Behr, Ph.D., Prof. Reali, Ph.D. and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wall.

Congratulations Stefanie!

AICES Fellow Eduard Bader Has Passed His Doctoral Exam

Bader Defense

Eduard started as AICES fellow in 2012 and received his doctoral degree in October 2016. His research on Reduced Basis Methods Applied to Obstacle Problems and Parametrized Distributed Optimal Control Problems with Control and State Constraint, has been advised by Prof. Veroy-Grepl, Ph.D. and Prof. Dr. Herty. 

Congratulations Eduard! 

MINT- EC- Academic CAMMP week

MINT-EC Academie CAMMP week 2016

22 students from schools, that are part of the MINT-EC network of excellence, came together to solve real- world problems from business and economics with the help of mathematical modelling, to learn the basics. 
The results were presented to a large audience, in RWTH Aachen’s Super C. The workshop is organized by the CCES Chair of Mathematics and AICES graduate school. 

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Prof. Roger A. Sauer, Ph.D. is involved in the CARL project

Roger A. Sauer

A Center for Ageing, Reliability and Lifetime Prediction of Electrochemical and Power Electronic Systems, CARL for short, will be developed at RWTH Aachen until 2020. AICES Junior Research Group Leader Prof. Roger Sauer, Ph.D., will be one oft the Principal Investigators, together with colleagues from mathematics, physics, chemistry, electrical engineering and materials science. 
This project will receive 60 million euros of funding. 

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