Dr. Malte Göttsche officially inducted into the Junges Kolleg of the Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste
Dr. Malte Göttsche has been newly accepted as young scholars into the “Junges Kolleg” of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts.
Up to 30 excellent young researchers of all disciplines can be elected into the Junges Kolleg of the Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts , for a maximum period of four years. They participate in the activities of the Academy and receive an annual stipend of 10,000 Euros.
Furthermore, members are given the chance to network with other outstanding researchers and benefit from the Academy's resources and infrastructure. A doctoral degree as well as exceptional academic and research achievement at one of the NWR universities or research institutions are among the prerequisites for acceptance into the College.
Dr. Malte Göttsche is Junior Professor of Experimental Physics at the RWTH Physics Institute III and a research group leader at the AICES Graduate School.Since December 2017, he has been a junior professor at RWTH, leading the “Verification and Nuclear Disarmament” early-career research group funded through a Freigeist Fellowship from VolkswagenStiftung.
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AICES Fellow Paul Springer Passed His Doctoral Exam
Paul started as an AICES Fellow in 2014 and received his doctoral degree in January 2019. His research has been advised by Prof. Bientinesi, Ph.D.
Paul now works as a Software Engineer at NVIDIA, Santa Clara, California, USA
Prof. Karen Veroy-Grepl received ERC Grant
AICES Fellow Raheel Rasool Passed His Doctoral Exam
Raheel started as an AICES Fellow in 2011 and received his doctoral degree in December 2018. His research on “Magnetic Separation of Mineral Ores - Simulation and Practice”, has been advised by Prof. Sauer Ph.D.
On November 29, 2018 AICES had a successful IRTG kick-off. In May 2018 the German Research Foundation, DFG, has approved three proposals for research training groups from RWTH Aachen. The name of the international research training group is ''Modern Inverse Problems: From Geometry and Data to Models and Applications''. The international research training group consists of researchers from the Aachen Institute of Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES) and the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at the University of Texas at Austin.
At the IRTG kick-off Prof. Honerkamp, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science, Natural Sciences and Prof. Bardow, Vice Dean in Charge of Structural of the Faculty for Mechanical Engineering hold the welcome remark. Then Prof. Marek Behr gave an IRTG introduction and the IRTG fellows introduced their research topics. After that there was a poster session.
We would like to thank all participants for the very successful day.