DFG Project Approved for Associated Junior Research Group Leader Prof. Dr. Stefanie Elgeti
The project "Efficient Modelling of Chip Formation in Orthogonal Cutting Based on Isogeometric Analysis and Modern Methods for Material Characterization” will be conducted for the next two years by Prof. Dr. Stefanie Elgeti, Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems, RWTH Aachen University together with Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Zabel, Institut für Spanende Fertigung, TU Dortmund.
ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships
Markus Höhnerbach, doctoral student at Graduate School AICES and Linda Gesenhues, who completed her Master thesis at the Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems (CATS) are the recipients of the 2018 ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships. Linda Gesenhues is being recognized for her work on finite element simulation of turbidity currents with an emphasis on non-Newtonian fluids. Markus Höhnerbach is being recognized for his work on portable optimizations of complex molecular dynamics codes. The Fellowships are jointly presented by ACM and the IEEE Computer Society.
The ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship is endowed in memory of George Michael, one of the founding fathers of the SC Conference series. The fellowship honors exceptional PhD students throughout the world whose research focus is on high performance computing applications, networking, storage or large-scale data analytics using the most powerful computers that are currently available.
The Fellowships will be formally presented at SC18 in November.
If you want to read more information about the ACM-IEEE CS Fellowship, please click here.
Farewell Colloquium for Professor Christoph Clauser
AICES Faculty Member, Prof. Christoph Clauser, will end his career after 30 years as a post-doctoral researcher and professor in September.
E.ON Energy Research Centre organised a farewell colloquium for him at July 20th 2018. The colloquium was split in two session. In the morning active researchers presented current developments in research fields in which Prof. Clauser has been active. To the end of the morning session, former doctoral students shared their experiences during and after their PhD in an informal round of talks. In the afternoon, former colleagues of Prof. Clauser shared memories of time spent jointly at Prof. Clausers work locations in Berlin, Braunschweig, Hannover and Aachen. AICES Scientific Director Prof. Marek Behr also gave a talk about the Graduate School AICES and Prof. Clausers inclusion.
We wish you all the best for your future.
CAMMP Week powered by Bürgerstiftung
How can the bus routes be optimized, so that the bus finally arrives on time? How to develop optimal bone implants for accident victims? How do you control robots in space that take soil samples? The Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program (CAMMP) sought to provide answers to those kinds of questions.
CAMMP's main objective is to make school students aware of their talents and potential as well as to develop sustainable interest in the different STEM fields. Moreover, a smooth transition from school to university should be ensured.
CAMMP Week powered by Bürgerstiftung took place from June 24 – 29, 2018 in a youth hostel in Voeren, Belgium.
New School for Simulation and Data Sciences (SSD)
The sector teaching, young researcher qualification, and training within the Center for Simulation and Data Sciences is represented by the School of Simulation and Data Sciences (SSD). The SSD is the consolidation of the German Research School for Simulation Sciences (GRS) and the AICES Graduate School and represents further advancements as well as new projects.
Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University decided to fund 15 positions for doctoral candidates within the SSD.
If you want to read more information about the SSD, please click here.