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AICES Fellow Lorenzo Zanon Has Passed His Doctoral Exam

Lorenzo Zanon

Lorenzo started as AICES Fellow in 2011 and received his doctoral degree in April 2017. His research on Model Order Reduction for Nonlinear Elasticity: Applications of the Reduced Basis Method to Geometrical Nonlinearity and Finite Deformation, has been advised by Prof Dr. Veroy-Grepl and Prof. Rozza.

Lorenzo will stay with us as an AICES postdoctoral associate.

Congratulations Lorenzo!

April 2017

 

AICES Fellow Thang Xuan Duong Has Passed His Doctoral Exam

Thang Xuan Duong

Thang started as AICES Fellow in 2011 and received his doctoral degree in April 2017. His research on Efficient Contact Computations Based on Isogeometric Discretization, Mortar Methods and Refined Boundary Quadrature, has been advised by Prof Dr. Sauer.

Thang will stay with us as an AICES postdoctoral associate.

Congratulations Thang!

April 2017

 

 

AICES Fellow Niklas Mevenkamp Has Passed His Doctoral Exam

Niklas Mevenkamp

Niklas started as AICES Fellow in 2013 and received his doctoral degree in April 2017. His research on Non-Local Denoising and Unsupervised Quantitative Analysis in Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy , has been advised by Prof Dr. Berkels and Prof. Dr. Dahmen.

Niklas now works at Carl Zeiss AG in Jena.

Congratulations Niklas!

April 2017

AICES Junior Research Group Leader Prof. Dr. Ming Hu is selected as Editorial Board Member of Scientific Reports

Martin Carballo Pacheco

Scientific Reports is a magazine, published by an international publisher for scientific publications “Nature Publishing Group”. It covers all of the natural and clinical sciences.

Editorial board members are specialists in their research field, with an active research career.As a member of the editorial Board, his tasks are to peer review the manuscripts which is the foundation for the decision on whether the papers are published or not.

Congratulations Ming !

April 2017

AICES Fellow Martin Carballo Pacheco Has Passed His Doctoral Exam

Martin Carballo Pacheco

Martin started as AICES Fellow in 2013 and received his doctoral degree in March 2017. His research on Atomistic Simulations of Amyloidogenic Peptides and their Aggregation, has been advised by Prof Dr. Strodel and Prof. Ismail, Ph.D.

Martin now works as postdoctoral fellow at the University of Edinburgh.

Congratulations Martin!

March 2017