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AICES Fellow Lisa Schätzle passed Her Doctoral Exam

Lisa Schätzle started as an AICES Fellow in 2015 and successfully defended her doctoral thesis on November  6, 2020. The title of the public lecture was „The Path Towards Fully Implantable Total Artificial Hearts“. The thesis was titled „Translational Modeling of Drug Efficacy in Cancer“. Both has been advised by Prof. Dr. Andreas Schuppert.

Congratulations Lisa!

Participation in Virtual Helmholtz Data Science Career Day

A career in data sciences promises interesting career paths - especially since data scientists can contribute with their expertise to solving major challenges for society, science and the economy. The first Virtual Helmholtz Data Science Career Day on 23.09.2020 offered hundreds of interested people from all over the world the opportunity to learn more about a career in data science.

Prof. Marek Behr and Prof. Alexander Mitsos participated in this event and gave panel talks. Marek Behr gave a panel talk on "Careers in Data Science, Aeronautics and Space". Alexander Mitsos gave a panel talk on "Careers in Data Science and Energy".

If you missed out a panel, click here to watch them.

AICES Fellow Markus Höhnerbach passed His Doctoral Exam

Markus Höhnerbach started as an AICES Fellow in 2015 and successfully defended his doctoral thesis on September 22, 2020. The title of the public lecture was „A Framework for the Vectorization of Molecular Dynamics Kernels“. The thesis was titled „A Framework for the Vectorization of Molecular Dynamics Kernels“. Both has been advised by Prof. Paolo Bientinesi Ph.D..

Congratulations Markus!

AICES Fellow Denise Degen passed Her Doctoral Exam

Denise Degen started as an AICES Fellow in 2016 and successfully defended her doctoral thesis on July 10, 2020. The title of the public lecture was „Application of the Reduced Basis Method in Geophysical Simulations: Concepts, Implementation, Advantages, and Limitations“. The thesis was titled „Application of the Reduced Basis Method in Geophysical Simulations: Concepts, Implementation, Advantages, and Limitations“. Both has been advised by Prof. Florian Wellmann, Ph.D..

Congratulations Denise!

AICES Fellow Christian Doberstein passed His Doctoral Exam

Christian Doberstein started as an AICES Fellow in 2015 and received his doctoral degree on June 19, 2020. He successfully defended his doctoral thesis on June 19, 2020. The title of the public lecture was „Joint Exit Wave Reconstruction and Multimodal Registration of Transmission Electron Microscopy Image Series“. The thesis was titled „Joint Exit Wave Reconstruction and Multimodal Registration of Transmission Electron Microscopy Image Series“. Both has been advised by Prof. Dr. Benjamin Berkels.

Congratulations Christian!