I³MS Seminar Series SS 2015

Seminar Series of the Institute for Modeling and Simulation

Seminars are taking place Mondays at 4 pm in AICES seminar room, Schinkelstr. 2, 1st floor, room 115

13.04.2015
Prof. Dr. Dominik Schillinger
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geo- Engineering, University of Minnesota
Immersogeometric finite element methods

21.04.2015
CHARLEMAGNE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES
Prof. Dr. Tinsley Oden
Institute for Computational Engineering and Science, University of Texas at Austin
Adaptive Validation and Error Estimation of Coarse-Grained Models of Atomic Systems

27.04.2015
Prof. Dr. Chi-Wang Shu
Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University
High order numerical methods for convection dominated problems
Speaker invited by the SIAM Student Chapter

11.05.2015
Prof. Dr. Barbara Kirchner
Mulliken Center for Theoretical Chemistry, University of Bonn
One, two, three! How many phases are in (ionic) liquids?

18.05.2015
Prof. Dr. Mario Botsch
Graphics & Geometry Group, University of Bielefeld
Simulation of Topological Changes of Elastic Bodies using Polyhedral FEM

08.06.2015
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde
Chair of Applied Mathematics, University of Stuttgart
Compressible Liquid-Vapour Flow: Modelling, Analysis, Simulation

15.06.2015
Prof. Dr. Dr. Fabian Theis
Institute of Computational Biology, Technical University of Munich
Modeling cell-to-cell heterogeneities

22.06.2015
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Mönnigmann
Automatic Control and System Theory, Ruhr University Bochum
To optimize or not to optimize: event-based predictive control

29.06.2015
Dr. Julia Kowalski
Graduate School AICES, RWTH Aachen University
Simulation of close-contact melting for exploration technologies

06.07.2015
Prof. Dr. Enrique Zuazua
Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, BCAM & Ikerbasque & Humboldt Award/Erlangen
PDE Control and Numerics: Some Recent Progress and Challenges

13.07.2015
Prof. Dr. Thierry Magin
Aeronautics and Aerospace Department, Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
Cooled Pitot probe in air plasma jet. What do we measure?

This is a continuation of the seminar series from Winter Semester 2014/15.