Anna-Lena Gerner Passed Her Doctoral Exam

Anna Lena Gerner

Anna-Lena Gerner received her Diploma Degree in Mathematics from RWTH Aachen University. She started as an AICES fellow in August 2009, working on her thesis "Certified Reduced Basis Methods for Parametrized Saddle Point Problems“, advised by Prof. Karen Veroy-Grepl and Prof. Arnold Reusken.
Location: AICES Graduate School
RWTH Aachen University
Date: October 16, 2012

October 16, 2012
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Roman Iakymchuk Passes His Doctoral Exam

Roman Iakymchuk

Roman Iakymchuk received his Bachelor as well as his Master Degree in Applied Mathematics and Informatics from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine. He started as an AICES fellow in February 2009, working on his thesis "Performance Modeling and Prediction for Linear Algebra Algorithms“, advised by Prof. Paolo Bientinesi and Prof. Enrique Quintana Orti.
Location: AICES Graduate School
RWTH Aachen University
Date: August 30, 2012

August 30, 2012
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Article by AICES Authors Among 10 Highest Cited in IJNME

The article High-Order XFEM for Curved Strong and Weak Discontinuities written by the former AICES doctoral candidate Kwok Wah Cheng and the former AICES young researcher Dr. Thomas-Peter Fries succeeded in becoming one of the top 10 most highly cited articles in The International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering. In 2010, Dr. Fries and Dr. Cheng published the article within the frame of the AICES doctoral program.


July 11, 2012

AICES Excursion 2012

AICES Excursion 2012

On July 25, 2012, the AICES excursion, which was organized by the two AICES fellows Marcus Schmidt and Amir Niazi, took the AICES members to the climbing park Fun Forest in Venlo in the Netherlands. The climbing park has 9 different courses in living trees ranging in various heights and levels of difficulty.

After an exciting and exhausting climbing experiences, the AICES members have not only gained comfort with taking risks but also developed teambuilding skills by pairing up and helping each other.

At the end of the afternoon, the AICES team visited the Café Central in Venlo. Strengthened by a tasty lunch, the AICES team finally set out on a tour to explore the city center.

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August 7, 2012


Second Cammp

What is the best way to load passengers onto a plane? And can paper talk? Once again, CAMMP sought to provide answers to questions like this. The Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program brought together students, teachers and researchers from both high school and university, working intensively over the course of a week on complex real-world problems by using mathematical models.

CAMMP took place from June 24 – 29, 2012 in a youth hostel in Voeren, Belgium, and was organized by Professor Martin Frank (MathCCES), Professor Ahmed Ismail (Molecular Simulations and Transformations), as well as Dr. Nicole Faber (AICES Graduate School).

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July 03, 2012