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.


Partial differential-algebraic equations from a systems theoretic perspective

Modeling and Simulation of Generalized Stefan Problems with Applications in Planetary Exploration

Amorphous Data-parallelism

Demonstration of Energy-Chirp Control in Relativistic Electron Bunches at LCLS Using a Corrugated Structure

Simulation of electrical machines – A FEM-BEM coupling scheme

Scientific Benchmarking of Parallel Computing Systems

Simulation of wave propagation problems for automated characterization of material parameters and defects

A new implementation of the MMPDE moving mesh method and applications

Oscillation in a posteriori error estimation

Advances in Massively Parallel Electromagnetic Simulation Suite ACE3P

Nanoelectronic coupled problem solutions: methods and applications

Do You Know What Your I/O is Doing?

Finite Element Method on uniform and adaptive polygonal and polyhedral meshes

Multi-Trace Boundary Element Methods for Scattering

Sweeping Preconditioning, Source Transfer and optimized Schwarz Methods

Numerical models of the subsurface – applications and challenges

Microstructural Aspects of Flow Simulation in Biomedical and Production Engineering Applications

An isogeometric boundary element method for electromagnetic analysis

An asynchronous One-shot method for HPC

Thread and Data Mapping in Shared Memory Architectures

Asynchronous numerical scheme for modeling microwave/plasma couplings

Computational topology and hybrid high order methods for computational electromagnetics

Finite element error estimates for elliptic Dirichlet-boundary control problems with pointwise state constraints