CE Seminar

Together with the Computational Engineering Research Center of the TU Darmstadt a joint seminar with interesting talks in the field of CE is organized in every semester. If you are interested in these seminars and would like to receive invitations please subscribe for the corresponding mailing list.


Towards Non-Smooth Efficient Modeling of Large Data

The Use of Nonlinear Structures for Augmented Performance in Smart Material Systems

Electromagnetic fields, Lorentz force effects and fast current surges in microelectronic protection devices

Equivalent polynomial quadrature for XFEM – like enriched formulations

Exploiting Sparsity in Derivative Computations

Block preconditioners for problems in magma dynamics

On Stability of Stationary Points in MPCCs

Reduced Basis Methods for Parametric Problems

Accelerated Observers in Electrodynamics – What can they do for you?

Exploitation of Structure and Parallelism in ADOL-C

Domain decomposition techniques for highfrequency harmonic wave problems

Fast Moment Method for Beam Line Simulations

The Power of Trefftz Methods: Difference Schemes, Absorbing Conditions and Metamaterials

A multigrid approach to optimal control of obstacle problems

High-performance Computing for Flows in Porous Media

Automation of Industrial Design Processes by Using Optimization and Process Integration

Applications in Computational Design & Analysis

Innovative compatible discretization techniques for Partial Differential Equations

Coupling of Finite and Boundary element Methods: Applications and Recent Developments

Mathematical Modeling of Magnetostrictive Materials

Software Tool Support for Discrete Adjoint Methods – A Discrete Adjoint Version of OpenFOAM

Generating performance bounds from source code

Uncertainty quantification in a computationally optimised volume conductor model for deep brain stimulation

Discrete adjoints for MPI-parallelized C++ models with an application to the NASA/JPL Ice Sheet System Model

Quantification of uncertainties in low frequency computational electromagnetics: from theory to applications: from theory to applications

Noise reduction strategies for particle in cell simulations of tokamaks and stellarators