The Graduate School of Excellence Computational Engineering (CE) at the Technische Universität (TU) Darmstadt has been recognized as a center for top-level research and scientific excellence by the highly competitive 'Excellence Initiative' of the German Federal and State Governments. The Graduate School enables PhD students to develop their scientific skills in a focused way, and to cooperate under optimal conditions in a highly stimulating interdisciplinary environment.

On the following pages you will find information about the Graduate School in general, its scientific aims, details about admission and a lot more.

CE Seminar

  • Continuous and Discontinuous Galerkin methods in fluid dynamics with moving geometries

    Prof. Dr. Sabine Roller, University of Siegen

    Interaction between structures and the flow around them requires a correct treatment of both of them. If the computational requirements are high, the methods need to be efficient…

  • Particle Methods in Bounded Domains

    Dr. Matthias Kirchhart, RWTH Aachen

    Particle methods like vortex methods or smoothed particle hydrodynamics are numerical schemes that are ideally suited for convection dominated flow problems. Unlike other mesh-based flow…

  • Uncertainty quantification for partial differential equations on random domains

    Prof. Dr. Michael Multerer, ICS Institute of Computational Science, Lugano

    The numerical simulation of physical phenomena is very well understood given that the input data are given exactly. However, in practice, the collection of these data is usually…


  • 9th GSC CE Retreat in Seeheim


    Event dates: April 8/9, 2019; Location: Seeheim, Germany

    On April 8-9, 2019, the annual retreat of the Graduate School CE and the Centre for CE took place at the Lufthansa Conference Centre in Seeheim. After a short Welcome…

  • ECMI Modelling Week 2019

    Event dates: 24 Feb 2019 to 3 Mar 2019; Location: Darmstadt, Germany

    The 33rd ECMI Mathematical Modelling Week will be organized by the Center for Computational Engineering of the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and will take place…

  • Article about Combustion Simulation Group in InSiDE

    The current issue of the journal InSiDE (Innovative Supercomputing in Germany) contains an article about the research of the group “Simulation of reactive Thermo-Fluid Systems”…