I³MS Seminar Series WS 2014/15

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

13.10.2014
Prof. Dr. Jessica Zhang
Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Volumetric T-spline Construction for Isogeometric Analysis

03.11.2014
Prof. Dr. Joachim Schöberl
Analysis and Scientific Computing, Vienna University of Technology
Recent Development in the Finite Element Software NGSolve

10.11.2014
CHARLEMAGNE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES
Takes place in Ford Room, SuperC at 3:00 pm
Prof. Dr. Gilbert Strang
Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Banded Matrices and Fast Inverses

17.11.2014
Prof. Dr. Florian Wellmann
Numerical Reservoir Engineering, AICES Graduate School, RWTH Aachen University
How to Analyse the Subsurface: Methods and Challenges in Numerical Reservoir Engineering

24.11.2014
Prof. Dr. Oliver Sander
Numerical Mathematics, RWTH Aachen University
Multigrid Methods for Nonsmooth Problems in Mechanics

15.12.2014
Prof. Dr. David Bommes
Mesh Generation and Optimization, AICES Graduate School, RWTH Aachen University
Finite Element Quad Meshing

12.01.2015
Prof. Dr. Bernd Markert
General Mechanics, RWTH Aachen University
On Coupled Problems and Multi-X Modeling

19.01.2015
Prof. Dr. Frank Müller
Computer Science, North Carolina State University
Elastic and Scalable Communication Tracing, Benchmark Generation and Simulation

26.01.2015
Prof. Dr. Claus-Dieter Munz
Aerodynamics and Gas Dynamics, University of Stuttgart
High Order Schemes for Unsteady Fluid Flow in Complex Geometries

02.02.2015
Prof. Dr. Ruth Misener
Computing, Imperial College London
Stem Cell Bioprocessing under Uncertainty: A Case Study in Optimising Red Blood Cell Production

09.02.2015
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nowak
Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems, University of Stuttgart
A Multi-Objective Optimization Concept for Risk-Based Early-Warning Monitoring Networks in Well Catchments

This is a continuation of the seminar series from Summer Semester 2014.