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Seminar Talks

The 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

Notifications: mailing list


PLEASE NOTE:

Due to the Corona pandemic, the schedule has changed, starting from May 25th, 2020.
The seminar takes place weekly under the following link as a video conference: https://webconf.fz-juelich.de/b/gib-e9n-wfd.
Only a single talk will be given and the seminar starts at 10:30 am.



Talks 2020

Date

Speaker and Title
Jan, 14

Jan Meinke, Division CS (SL Biology)

A brief introduction to Numba

Catrin Meyer, Division CS (SL Climate Science)

Overview on the PilotLab ExaESM project

Jan, 28

Björn Hagemeier, Division FSD

The HDF cloud

Division CS (SL Fluids and Solids Engineering)

LES computations of the flow around a VTOL landing gear configuration

Feb, 11

Thomas Müller, Division CS (SL Molecular Systems)

DMRG inspired methods in Quantum Chemsitry - Accuracy and Performance

Xinzhe Wu, Division CS (SL Quantum Materials)

HPX: a C++ Standard Library for Concurrency and Parallelism

Apr, 21canceled
May, 5canceled
May, 19canceled
May, 25

Ling Zou (SL Climate)

Revisiting global satellite observations of stratospheric cirrus clouds

Jun, 2

Zahra Chitgar (SL Plasma)

Study of High Harmonic Generation in Plasmas Using Kinetic (PIC
simulation) and Fluid Plasma Models

Jun, 9

Mario Ruettgers (SDL Highly Scalable Fluids & Solids Engineering)

Prediction of Acoustic Fields using a Lattice-Boltzmann Method
and Deep Learning

Jun, 16

Madita & Dennis Willsch (Group Quantum Information Processing)

tbd

Jun, 23

Division CS (SL Molecular Systems)

tbd

Jun, 30

Division FSD

tbd

summerbreak
COMING UP: the schedule for after the summer break

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