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Seminar Talks

Talks held and planned by CS staff members (and occasionally visitors) as part of our regular division meeting. These are typically informal 'snapshots' of ongoing work, or reports on recent conferences and workshops.

Time: Tuesdays 10:30

Place: GRS, building 16.5, room 2009

Talks 2016
DateSpeaker and Title
Jan, 12

Young J. Moon, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics Laboratory,
School of Mechanical Engineering, Korea University

Aerodynamic noise at low Mach numbers

Jan, 26

Godehard Sutmann, SimLab Molecular Systems

Operator based charge distribution and interpolation for particle-mesh methods

Feb, 9

Giulia Rossetti, Department of Oncology, Hematology and Stem Cell Transplantation, University Hospital Aachen, RWTH Aachen University; Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS-5); Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-9); SimLab Biology

Binding of the Antagonist Caffeine to the Human Adenosine Receptor hA 2A R in Nearly Physiological Conditions

Feb, 23Fengping Jin, Research Group "Quantum Information Processing"
Mar, 8Sachin Nanavati, SimLab Ab Initio Methods
Mar, 22Philipp Franke, Institute of Energy and Climate Research (IEK-8)
Apr, 5

tbd, SimLab Highly Scalable Fluids & Solids

Venue: Rotunde, JSC!

Apr, 19

tbd, SimLab Terrestrial Systems

Venue: Rotunde, JSC!

May, 3

William McDoniel, Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science (AICES), RWTH Aachen

DSMC Simulation of Io's Plumes and Atmosphere

May, 17tbd, SimLab Nuclear & Particle Physics
May, 31Thomas Müller, SimLab Molecular Systems
Jun, 14tbd, SimLab Biology
Jun, 28tbd, SimLab Ab Initio Methods
Sep, 6Madita Nocon and Dennis Willsch, Research Group "Quantum Information Processing"
Sep, 20Sabine Grießbach, SimLab Climate Science
Oct, 4tbd, SimLab Highly Scalable Fluids & Solids
Oct, 18tbd, SimLab Terrestrial Systems
Nov, 15tbd, SimLab Plasma Physics
Nov, 29tbd, SimLab Nuclear & Particle Physics
Dec, 13Rene Halver, SimLab Molecular Systems

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