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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.

Talks in 2020

  • 2019/02/06 12:30

    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…

  • 2019/02/06 12:30

    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…

  • 2019/02/06 12:30

    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…

  • 2019/02/06 12:30

    A systems guy's view of quantum computing

    Prof. Dr. Torsten Hoefler, ETH Zürich

    I will provide an introduction to the general concepts of quantum computation and a brief discussion of its strengths and weaknesses from a high-performance computing perspective…

Previous Talks

2020

Approaching the 50th birthday of the PEEC method: from the early formulation to its current relevance for challenging engineering electromagnetic problems