I³MS Seminar Series SS 2016

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

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Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schöps
Graduate School CE , Technische Universität Darmstadt
On Isogeometric Analysis in Frequency Domain and Finite Differences in Space-Time for Electromagnetics

Prof. Dr. Norbert Kroll
Department of Computer Applications in Aerospace Science and Engineering, DLR Braunschweig
Perspectives and Requirements of Numerical Simulation for Future Aircraft Design

Prof. Dr. Benjamin Stamm
MATHCCES, Department of Mathematics, RWTH Aachen University
Mathematics Meets Theoretical Chemistry: Recent Advances in Polarizable Multi-scale Models

Dr. Jürg Hauser
Csiro, Perth, Australia
A Pragmatic Probabilistic Approach for the Inversion of AEM Data

Prof. Dr. Ralf Schneider
Computational Physics Group, University of Greifswald
Plasma- Wall -Interaction: a ‚Hot’ Topic - From Fusion to ion Propulsion

Prof. Dr. Patrick Anderson
Polymer Technology, TU Eindhoven
Modeling Interfaces and Particles in Viscoelastic Fluids

Prof. Dr. Julio Banga
Takes Place in Reiffmuseum Schinkelstr. 1, Room 140
BioProcess Engineering Group IIM-CSIC, Vigo, Spain
Reverse Engineering and Identification in Computational Systems Biology

Dr. Bart van Bloemen Waanders
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Multiscale Optimization under Uncertainty For Additive Manufacturing

Prof. Dr. Andrew Christlieb
Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University
Steps Towards a Fast O(N) Approach for Direct Inversion of Linear Operators with Applications to Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations

Prof. Dr. Robert Spatschek
Institute for Energy and Climate Research IEK-2, Research Center Jülich
Stability and Failure of Frictional Interfaces: Generating Earthquakes on the Computer

Prof. Dr. Maria Lukacova
Department of Mathematics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Asymptotic Preserving IMEX Schemes for Singulary Perturbed Flows

This is a continuation of the seminar series from Winter Semester 2015/2016.