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bThe Computational and Data Science Seminar is co-organized by the divisions Computational Science and Federated Systems and Data. Staff members and visitors report on recent papers, conferences and workshops, and on-going work.

Time: every two weeks on Tuesdays, 11:00 am

Place: GRS, building 16.15, room 2009

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Talks 2019
DateSpeaker and Title
Jan, 8

Jose A. Fonseca, Division CS (SL Terrestrial Systems)

Towards scalable parallel adaptive simulations with ParFlow

Jan, 22

Junxian Chew, Division CS (SL Plasma Physics)

Plasma breakdown modelling in ITER-scale tokamaks with a parallel tree code

Feb, 5

Rocco Sedona, Division FSD

Machine learning methods for classification of Polar Stratospheric Clouds

Feb, 19

Giorgio Silvi, Division CS (SL Nuclear and Particle Physics)

Towards the P-wave nucleon-pion scattering amplitude in the Delta(1232) channel

Mar, 5

Catrin Meyer, Division CS (SL Climate Science)


Mar, 19

Bing Gong, Division FSD

Deep Learning for ozone prediction in Germany

Apr, 2

Manpreet Jattana, Division CS (RG Quantum Information Processing)

Simulating Extended Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-Bohm (EPRB) Experiment

Apr, 16

Sandipan Mohanty, Division CS (SL Biology)

Explicit vector programming using SIMD libraries

Apr, 30

Division FSD


May, 14

Paul Baumeister, Division CS (SL Quantum Materials)

How Cubes and Spheres can play together in Computational Science

May, 28

Horacio Guzman, Division CS (SL Molecular Systems)

Mapping multiple time and length scales in heterogeneous molecular simulations with domain decomposition schemes

Jun, 11

Najmeh Kaffashzade, Division FSD

A New Tool for Automated Quality Control of Environmental Time Series in Open Web Service

Jun, 25

Mario Rüttgers, Division CS (SL Fluids and Solids Engineering)

Machine Learning for Flow Physics Applications

Jul, 9

Daniel Coquelin, Division CS (SL Terrestrial Systems)

The HeAT Framework

summer break
Sep, 3

Eric Gregory, Division CS (SL Nuclear and Particle Physics)

Lattice QCD and the modular supercomputer

Sep, 10

Hannes Lagemann, Division CS (RG Quantum Information Processing)

Trading memory for computational resources and a reduction in wave function elements, an alternative approach of simulating the pen-and-paper model of the gate-based quantum computer

Oct, 1

Markus Abel, 4cast GmbH & Co. KG

Machine Learning with symbolic regression: modeling, prediction and control of complex systems

change of time and venue: JSC Hörsaal (building 16.3, room 222) at 11:30

Oct, 15

Johannes Holke, Deutsches Luft- und Rahmfahrtzentrum

t8code - Extreme Scale Adaptive Mesh Refinement with Arbitrary Elements

Oct, 29

Sajid Ali, University of Münster

N=1 Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Theory on the Lattice

Philipp Otte, Division CS (SL Plasma Physics)

A Python package for computing domains of stability of IMEX Runge Kutta methods

Nov, 12

Ujjwal Sinha, Division CS (SL Plasma Physics)

Modeling radiation spectra from particle-in-cell simulations

Nov, 14

Nesreen Hasan, Division CS (SL Nuclear and Particle Physics)


change of time and venue: JSC Seminarraum (building 16.3, room 406) at 10:30

Nov, 26Division FSD
Dec, 10Division CS (SL Biology)

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