Prof. Paolo Bientinesi, Ph.D. started at the Computing Science Department, University of Umeå
Paolo Bientinesi started at 2008 as a Junior Professor at the Department of Computer Science at RWTH Aachen University and also as a Junior Research Group Leader in AICES at the same time. In 2014 he became a W2 (Associate) Professor of the Computer Science Department at RWTH Aachen University. His research interests include High-Performance & Parallel Computing, Numerical Linear Algebra, Computer Automation & Mathematical Software, Computer Music, Computational Science and Engineering.
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Priv.-Doz. Dr. Julia Kowalski has been included in the DFG Heisenberg Program
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Julia Kowalski has been included in the DFG Heisenberg Program.
Julia has been included into the DFG Heisenberg Program based on her project proposal 'Modern Computational Environmental Science and Engineering - Improving Simulation Predictivity by Integrating Process Models and Data'. The Heisenberg Program is directed at researchers who have already qualified for a permanent professorship via a habilitation, the Emmy Noether Program or a junior research group leader position. For a duration of five years, the program allows the grantee to prepare for a future academic leadership role, while continuing to work independently on a high profile research project and further enhancing scientific reputation at a chosen academic environment.
AICES Fellow Christopher Zimmermann passed His Doctoral Exam
Christopher Zimmermann started as an AICES Fellow in 2014 and received his doctoral degree in June 2019. His research on „Introduction to Celestial Dynamics", has been advised by Prof. Roger A. Sauer, Ph.D.
AICES Fellow Reza Ghaffari Passed His Doctoral Exam
Reza Ghaffari started as an AICES Fellow in 2015 and received his doctoral degree in June 2019. His research on „Continuum Mechanical Models of Atomistic Surface Manifolds", has been advised by Prof. Roger A. Sauer, Ph.D.
Prof. Karen Willcox, Ph.D. - Projection-based Model Reduction: Formulations for Scientific Machine Learning