"Mathematics in Sciences, Engineering, and Economics"
The KIT Center "MathSEE" (Mathematics in Sciences, Engineering, and Economics) pools the interdisciplinary mathematical research at KIT since October 2018. The Collaborative Research Center 1173 "Wave Phenomena: Analysis and Numerics" and other existing cooperations form the basis for the establishment of MathSEE. Our members from the career level doctoral researcher onwards work together in exchange formats and interdisciplinary research projects structured in Method Areas. Our graduate school MathSEED offers a comprehensive program for doctoral researchers and master students to foster interdisciplinary training. MathSEE offers to strengthen interdisciplinary mathematical research at KIT and its visibility.
ASPIRE project increases reliability of weather forecasts, and reduces computing costs and energy consumptionFurther Information
Benedikt Schulz received the Outstanding Student and PhD candidate Presentation (OSPP) Award for the year 2022 at the General Assembly Meeting of the European Geophysical Union for his poster/PICO entitled:
Machine learning for postprocessing ensemble forecasts of wind gusts with a focus on European winter storms (Schulz, B.; Lerch, S.).Poster/PICO File
KIT Center MathSEE is welcoming proposals from tandems of researchers from mathematical and applications subjects on innovative, interdisciplinary research projects that demonstrate promising applications of mathematical methods in the SEE disciplines, and advancing thereby both the disciplines. Deadline is 28.02.2023.Apply Now!
Felix Reinke from the Institute for Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics was awarded the best poster prize for his contribution on "Applied geometry optimization of a novel 3D-printed wet-scrubber nozzle with Lattice Boltzmann Methods" at MathSEE member's assembly on October 20, 2022.Further Information
Fabian Castelli, Member of the MathSEE Steering Board as representative of young researchers at MathSEE, won the best poster award at the Chemnitz Finite Elements Symposium. The annual event on mathematical analysis of the finite element method and its applications including engineering simulations, control theory and inverse problems was held this year in Herrsching am Ammersee close to Munich.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together students of mathematics, young researchers (PhD students and postdocs) and established female mathematicians working on partial differential equations (PDEs). Seven outstanding invited women will give talks on their current research topics. All interested women and men are cordially invited to participate in the workshop.
October 13–14, 2022 @ KIT, Karlsruhe, GermanyFurther information
The European Machine Vision Forum is an annual event. Organised by the European Machine Vision Association EMVA under the focal topic Accuracy, Reliability and Limits of Machine Vision, the conference brings research and industry experts together. This year the conference will take place in Cork, Ireland on the 27 – 28 October 2022. Registration for the event is open until October 23, 2022.Further information