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Veranstalter: Prof. Dr. W. Dahmen, Prof. Dr. M. Espig, Prof. Dr. L. Grasedyck, Prof. Dr. M. Grepl, Prof. Dr. M. Herty, Prof. Dr. S. Müller, Prof. Dr. S. Noelle, Prof. Dr. A. Reusken, Prof. Dr. O. Sander


Vorträge im Wintersemester 2014/2015


Termin Ort Vortragende(r) Thema

23.10.2014, 14:00 R 149 Prof. Dr.Rainer Helmig (Universität Stuttgart) Multi-scale and multi-physics modelling of flow and transport processes in porous media

4.11.2014, 14:00 AICES seminar room
R 115, Schinkelstr. 2
Prof. Dr. Joachim Schöberl (TU Wien ) Numerical Simulation of the Boltzmann Equation

6.11.2014, 14:00 R 149 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hackbusch (MPI Leipzig) Recursive Low-Rank Truncation

Parallel-in-time double feature:
20.11.2014, 14:00 R 149 Dr. Daniel Ruprecht (USI Lugano) Parallel-in-time integration with Parareal
20.11.2014, 14:45 R 149 Dr. Robert Speck (FZ Jülich) Parallel-in-time integration with PFASST

27.11.2014, 14:00 R 149 Dr. Sebastien Boyaval (Université Paris Est) About the modelling of complex free-surface flows with Saint-Venant equations

4.12.2014, 14:00 R 149 Dr. Christian Waluga (TU München) Achieving local mass-conservation in coupled flow/transport problems using continuous pressure spaces

29.01.2015, 14:00 R 149 Prof. Mike Espig (RWTH Aachen) On the Convergence of Alternating Least Squares Optimisation in Tensor Format Representations

05.02.2015, 14:00 R 149 Prof. Maxim Olshanskii (Univ. Houston) Some new results on unfitted FEM for PDEs posed on surfaces


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