I³MS Seminar Series SS 2012

This is the continuation of CCES and AIMS Seminar Series under the new name I³MS Seminar Series.

Seminars are taking place Mondays at 4 pm in AICES seminar room, Schinkelstr. 2, 1st floor, room 115. The Charlemagne Lecture by Prof. Pierre-Louis Lions takes place on Wednesday, April 18, 2012

18.04.2012
CHARLEMAGNE LECTURE SERIES 2012
Takes Place in HKW 2, Former Heizkraftwerk at 02:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Pierre-Louis Lions
Partial Differential Equations and Applications, Collège de France, Paris
An Introduction to Mean Field Games

30.04.2012
Prof. Dr. Christoph Van Treeck
Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building Design E3D, RWTH Aachen University
Human-Centered Indoor Thermal Quality Performance Analysis

07.05.2012
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Voevodin
Deputy Director of the Research Computing Center, Lomonosov Moscow State University
Moscow State University - A Holistic Approach to Supercomputing

21.05.2012
Dr. Jens Dreyer
Computational Biophysics, German Research School for Simulation Sciences
Large-Scale ab initio Applications in Biophysics

04.06.2012
Prof. Dr. Randall J. LeVeque
Applied Mathematics, University of Washington
Finite Volume Methods for Wave Propagation in Elastic and Poroelastic Materials

11.06.2012
Prof. Dr. Marc Garbey
Computer Science and Engineering Technology, University of Houston
A Road Map for Computational Surgery: Challenges and Opportunities

18.06.2012
Dr. Volker Blum
Theory Department, Fritz Haber Institut of the Max Planck Society
The FHI-aims Code: Experiences from a Large Scientific Software Project

25.06.2012
Dr. Christian Lessig
Dynamic Graphics Project, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology
Modern Foundations of Light Transport Simulation

02.07.2012
Prof. Dr. Karen Veroy-Grepl
AICES and Civil Engineering, RWTH Aachen University
Model Order Reduction: Methods and Applications

09.07.2012
Prof. Dr. André Bardow
Technical Thermodynamics, RWTH Aachen University
Towards Integrated Design of Materials and Processes

This is a continuation of the seminar series from Winter Semester 2011/12.