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Seminar "Computational Science and Mathematical Methods"

Prof. Dr. Martin Frank

Location: KIT Campus North, Steinbuch Centre for Computing, Building 449, ForHLR Visualization Room (R3.104.01)

Time: Wednesday, 11 a.m. (differing days shown in bold font below)

Archive: Seminars from the past can be found here.


Winter Semester 2018/2019
2018-10-01 Markus Uhlmann (IFH) Large-scale, fully-resolved DNS of particulate flow systems
2018-10-10 Yohanes Pramudya (INT) High throughput screening of MOF for gas separations
2018-10-17 M. Paul Laiu
(Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
A Constraint-Reduced MPC Algorithm for Convex Quadratic Programming, with a Modified Active Set Identification Scheme
2018-10-24 Marco Berghoff An Early Preview of "Non-collective Scalable Global Network Based on Local Communications"
2018-10-31 Matthias Vandichel
(Aalto University)
Description of metal-oxide/metal interfaces in catalysis with kinetic modeling
2018-11-07 Holger Obermaier Performance tools - an overview
2018-11-14 Samuel Braun Die Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Methode für die Simulation von Mehrphasenströmungen
2018-11-21 Manuel Drehwald Parallelizing a sieve using OpenMP
2018-12-05 Lennart Hilbert (ITG) Information retrieval and three-dimensional organization in the cell nucleus
2018-12-12 Gayatri Čaklović
(Forschungszentrum Jülich)
Parallel Computation of the Hyperbolic QR Factorization
2019-01-09 Jan Giesselmann
(TU Darmstadt)
A posteriori error analysis for (random) systems of hyperbolic conservation laws
2019-01-23 Hüseyin Kalkan Quantum Order Finding Algorithm
2019-02-18 14:00
KIT Campus Nord, INR, Bau 521, Seminarraum R 302
Antonio Figueroa
(RWTH Aachen)
Nuclear Archaeology for Nuclear Arms Control
2019-02-20 Bernd Schuller
(Forschungszentrum Jülich)
Federated Computing with UNICORE
2019-02-27 Nikolai Pfinsterer NAStJA MPI+GPU and Report MPI+X
2019-03-13 Axel von der Weth (INR) Hydrogen transport in metallic media
2019-03-20 Christoph Peters (IVD) Moment-Based Methods for Real-Time Shadows and Fast Transient Imaging