The first CAMMP @ RWTH
CAMMP is organized by Prof. Martin Frank, MathCCES; Prof. Ahmed E. Ismail, Molecular Simulations and Transformations; and Dr. Nicole Faber, AICES Graduate School. The Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program (CAMMP) brought together students and faculty from both high schools and university to introduce the basics of computational modeling through hands-on exploration. Working intensively over the course of a week, students, with contributions from the teachers and university researchers, constructed solutions to challenging mathematical problems drawn from real-world scenarios.
Youth Hotel Nideggen, Germany
Volkswagen Stiftung Fellowship for Edoardo Di Napoli
Dr. Edoardo Di Napoli is the recipient of the fellowship "Computational Sciences" awarded annually by the Volkswagen Foundation to the best cross-disciplinary research projects. The fellowship lasts two years and will allow Dr. Di Napoli to work on the completion of an innovative project focusing on methods to improve Density Functional Theory simulations. The project will be realized in collaboration with scientists from AICES and the Jülich Supercomputing Center, where Dr. Di Napoli will be based.
Bernhard Schuldt invited to give a talk at the 4th Bioinformatics Stem Cells Satellite Workshop in Essen
Bernhard Schuldt an AICES fellow working for Prof. Andreas Schuppert, and Dr. Franz-Josef Müller (CAU Kiel) will present recent and ongoing research projects in a talk "Pluripotent stem cells: one network to find them, one network to rule them?" at the
Furthermore, there will be an outlook on how different approaches can be integrated into comprehensive mathematical models, which are necessary for planning novel and successful experiments.
Location: Bioinformatics Stem Cells Satellite Workshop Stem Cell Network NRW
Robert-Koch-Haus, Virchowstr. 179, Essen
Date: April 7, 2011
On-site registrants are admitted as space permits.
Kwok Wah Cheng becomes the second AICES fellow to pass his doctoral defense
Kwok Wah Cheng received his Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from National University of Singapore in 2001 and his Master of Science in Computational Mechanics of Technical University of Munich, Germany in 2006. He started as an AICES fellow in October 2007, working on his thesis, "h- and p-XFEM with Application to TWO-Phase Incompressible Flow“, advised by Dr. Thomas Fries, prof. Marek Behr and Prof. Dr. Arnold Reusken. He is the second fellow of AICES to receive his doctoral degree. Congratulations!
Location: Graduate School AICES, RWTH Aachen University
Date: March 2011
AICES Fellow Anna-Lena Gerner interviewed by Britta Mersch for Leonardo - WDR5
Anna-Lena Gerner emphasized the outstanding quality of the AICES advising concept during her doctoral research phase at the AICES Graduate School.
Location: Channel Leonardo WDR 5
Date: March 16, 2011