DFG Project Approved for Associated Junior Research Group Leaders Dr.-Ing. Stefanie Elgeti
The project "Automated design and optimisation of dynamic mixing and shear elements for single-screw extruder” will be conducted together with Prof. Christian Hopmann, the head of the Institute for Plastic Processing in Aachen. The next three years of research will be devoted to developing a simulation-based methodology that allows a deterministic design of single-screw extruders. This will significantly advance the current state of the art, where designer mostly rely on experience and trial-and-error procedures.
Between Child Education and Scientific Career at the Graduate School AICES
The RWTH website offers a very special advent calendar. Every day they introduce an interesting person of an excellent project of the RWTH to their readers.
AICES is part of the excellence initiative and because of that our doctoral student Rosalia Tatano gives us a insight how to manage life as a mother and a doctoral student.
This shows, that Aachen and RWTH are not only an excellent environment for studying, but also good for a family life.
Read the whole article here.
Charlemagne Distinguished Lecture Series: AICES Welcomes Prof. Dr. Yann LeCun
Twice a year, the AICES fellows organize the prestigious Charlemagne Lecture, whose objective is to invite persons, who have achieved impressive accomplishments throughout their career and, in this sense, to get inspired by their scientific achievements.
As the 12th speaker, the AICES fellows invited , Director of AI Research at Facebook. Professor Dr. LeCun gave a talk on "Unsupervised Learning: the Next Frontier in AI" on November 28, 2016 at 3pm in the FordHall of Super C (6th floor).
We were very pleased about his visit and we will be honoured to welcome Yann LeCun any time again.
AICES Fellow Henrik Barthels won the Student Research Competition at SPLASH 2016
Henrik Barthels took the 1st place in the graduate category of the Student Research Competition at SPLASH 2016.
The competition consisted of three rounds, in the form of an extended abstract, a poster presentation, and a talk. His work is titled "A compiler for Linear Algebra Operations”, and is supervised by Prof. Bientinesi. Henrik will now compete in a fourth and final round against the winners from all ACM conferences of 2016.
Congratulations to Henrik and good luck for the world finals!
AICES Fellow Zhenying Zhang Has Passed Her Doctoral Exam