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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.

Previous Talks

2018

Model Predictive Control for DAEs from an ODE perspective

Exploring Emerging Memory Technologies in Extreme Scale High Performance Computing

Eigenvalue problems for the curl operator, 3D geometric inverse problems and 7D analogies

On the role of entropy in mathematical modeling, computation and uncertainty quantification

Asymptotic stability of autonomous (P)DAEs with network structure

Galerkin boundary element methods for electromagnetic resonance problems

Solving Maxwell's equations in time: from Yee splitting to Krylov exponential methods

Modeling the impact of stenting of aortic coarctations upon left ventricular load

Quasi-Newton – A Universal Approach for Coupled Problems and Optimization

Spatially dispersive metals for nanophotonics-about DGTD, model calibration and experimental evidence

Massively Parallel Mixed Integer Programs (MIP) Solving: Towards Harnessing over a Million CPU Cores to Solve a Single MIP on Supercomputers

An introduction to energy-based modeling of lumped- and distributed-parameter coupled problems

Nonsmooth Optimization via Successive Abs-Linearization

Network of elastic rods in relation to elastic plate and shell models

Multiscale simulation of slow-fast high-dimensional stochastic processes: methods and applications

Application of the ACA to problems in electromagnetic scattering

Asymptotic modeling of the wave-propagation over acoustic liners

HPC Programming Models and Tools: Programmer’s Expectations

A High Order Method for the Approximation of Integrals over Implicitly Defined Hypersurfaces

Quasistatic Field Models and Recent Developments in their Numerical Simulation Methods

Sparse optimal control of PDEs with uncertain coefficients