The 5th Spring School on Lattice Boltzmann Methods is scheduled to take place from the 06 - 10 June 2022. Registration for the event is possible until the 10. May 2022. We encourage MathSEE doctoral candidates and young researchers interested in Lattice Boltzmann Methods to participate.Spring School Website
A 3-day course "Predictive Data Analytics - An Introduction to Machine Learning" within the graduate school of the KIT center MathSEE took place from April 11-13, 2022. The course concluded with participation from 35 students, doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers.Further Information
The newly funded COCAP Project funded by the Helmholtz Association, started in Jan 2022. The project alongside of KIT has four other core team partners UFZ, HZDR, IFO Institute and Uni Leipzig. For KIT, M. Schienle is the PI.Link_more
Barbara Verfürth has received Emmy Noether funding for her project entitled "Numerical Methods for Nonlinear, Random and Dynamical Multiscale Problems". Congratulations!Link_more
On 07 February 2022, KIT Center MathSEE presented itself at the event KIT in town hall. Mayor of Karlsruhe Dr. Käuflein and KIT VP Prof. Kraft welcomed the audience in the online event with 4 lectures, which could take place exclusively virtually due to Corona. More than 100 participants joined the live streamed event.Event Website
Patrick Erik Bradley and Martin Breunig were successful in obtaining DFG funding for dsa project "Distributed Simulation of Processes in Structures and City Models" for three years starting October 2021.Job Posting
The Workshop will discuss state-of-the-art, applications and perspectives of data assimilation and inverse problems in geophysical sciences from 18 – 29. October 2021.
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The lecture series Data Literacy begins on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 4 p.m. KIT internal and external experts deal with the most important aspects of data analysis and use. Guest students are very welcome!
In December 2021, the German Research Foundation approved funding for the DFG research group Intermediary Asset Pricing. The project is a joint effort of colleagues from Karlsruhe, Frankfurt, Tübingen, Stuttgart and Münster and involves close collaboration with WU Vienna.Weitere Informationen
In a great move, scientists and students from SFB wave phenomena offer mathematics classes to pupils at Kant Gynmasium to make-up for deficits in learning through online classes in the last 1.5 school years under corona conditions.More Information
MathSEE Steering Committee member and spokesperson of Methodology Area 4 of the KIT Center MathSEE, Prof. Dr. Peter Knippertz, was successful in obtaining funding for their Stage 2 proposal in the KIT Future Fields funding line.
MathSEE Steering Committee member and spokesperson of Methodology Area 1 of the KIT Center MathSEE, Prof. Dr. Roman Sauer, and new MathSEE member PD Dr. Andreas Ott were successful in obtaining funding for their stage 2 application "Topological Genomics "in the KIT Centers funding line.
We want to invite you to our next topical meeting "Anything related to COVID-19" on February 25, 2021 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Please feel free to bring in your recent, current or projected research or activity on, e.g., aerosol simulations, differential equation models for diseases, teaching concepts for mathematical models in biology, communication with the public - you name it as long as it is related to our area of methods mathematical modeling, differential equations, numerics & simulation.
Christian Koos was honored as one of the ten finalists in the "Engineering and Technology" category of the Falling Walls Conference at Berlin Science Week, November 04-08, 2020, with the topic "Breaking the Wall Towards Ultra-Broadband Signal Processing". There were nearly 1000 nominations from 111 countries in 7 categories. We sincerely congratulate Mr. Koos for this great achievement.
Dr. Sebastian Lerch was recently recognized with a junior research group on "Artificial Intelligence for Probabilistic Weather Forecasting" as part of the "MINT for the Environment" program of the Vector Foundation, from 2021-2025. Only two years after completing his doctorate at our Faculty of Mathematics, he has also been accepted on the editorial board of a leading meteorological journal.
The KIT centres KCIST, MathSEE, and Materials are jointly organising a workshop on "Data Science for Material Sciences" on 22.01.2020 from 09:00 hrs. We would like to cordially invite you to this event, which is currently planned in a hybrid format.
A very well received MathSEE Symposium came to an end on October 09, 2020. 8 plenary lectures by distinguished scientists engaged in interdisciplinary mathematical research presented their latest research, in an event distributed over 3 days. The resonance from the audience was amazing. We are very glad that you could participate and would like to thank you again for your contributions. Talks as well as panel discussion were recorded and are available on Vimeo at https://vimeo.com/showcase/mathsee for viewing up to Nov. 15, 2020.More Information
We invite you to the joint workshop of KIT Centers MathSEE and ZKU on the 29. March 2021 on the applications of multiple mathematical methods in the field of earth and environment. The workshop aims to bring researchers from the two KIT-Centers together and consolidate long lasting research ties.
MathSEE, an interdisciplinary research center at the excellence university KIT, in Karlsruhe, is organising its first symposium on topics combining mathematical methods with real life applications from October 07 to October 09 2020. The panel Discussion on "Challenges in interdisciplinary Research and Career" is open for all and can be accessed here.
During the MathSEE Modeling Week, students develop solutions to current interdisciplinary mathematical research questions posed by members of MathSEE.
Together with partner projects from physics the CRC 1173 organizes this year's interdisciplinary summer school "Computational Photonics". In this one week summer school world leading experts from both mathematics and theoretical physics give a concise introduction to important concepts and recent developments in the field.
Both Collaborative Research Centers are continued for 2nd funding phase.
THe GAMM Student Chapter is organising its kick-off Meeting on 05. FEb. 2020 in KIT Campus South, Building 20.30, Room 1.067. As a PhD or Masters student of Mathematics, Material Sciences or one of the disciplines represented in GAMM, we cordially invite you to attend the meeting and join the network! The meeting will be followed by a get-together.
We cordially invite you to the general assembly meeting of KIT Center MathSEE on February 7th, 2020 at 9:45 am in building 20.30 in room 1.067. The meeting will detail activities of the center in the year 2019 and the promising research perspectives the center focusses on, for the year 2020. We look forward to welcoming you and exchanging ideas with you during the meeting.
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 15.04.2021.More information
16.-17. September 2019
The workshop on Data-driven Modeling and Optimization in Fluid Mechanics focuses on the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, evolutional algorithms and adjoint-based optimization to fluid dynamics-related problems with special focus on turbulent flows and flow control.
The venue is changed: Rudolf-Plank HS, Geb. 40.32 (Engler-Bunte-Ring 21, 76131 Karlsruhe)
The Helmholtz Association is funding a 4-million-euro-project, in which mathematicians and users improve the handling of uncertainties in data volumes and thus strengthen data literacy.
Scientists from meteorology and mathematics at KIT have jointly developed a new method that uses artificial intelligence to correct errors in weather forecasting, taking nonlinear relationships into account.
Continuation of „Integrated engineering of continuous-discontinuous long fiber reinforced polymer structures" granted by DFGLink
New cooperation on modeling clouds using geometric methods.
Applications are welcome until June 30th.
Work begins on an innovative crop yield model for Africa.
Seven projects were selected to be funded in the first round.
Students can now register for the modeling week in August.
The latest offers for interdisciplinary theses now all available in one place.
MathSEE hit the 100-members mark! We welcome the recent additions.
The annual event for high school students will take place on March 16th, 2019.
Interdisciplinary research projects in an early phase can be supported.
DFG grants funds for the RTG 2450 "Tailored Scale-Bridging Approaches to Computational Nanoscience".Link_more
KIT members celebrate the establishment of MathSEE.
KIT-Zentrum MathSEE: Gründungsmitgliederversammlung / KIT Center MathSEE: Members Meeting
KIT-Zentrum MathSEE Gründungsempfang / KIT Center MathSEE Reception
KIT-Zentrum MathSEE: Auftakttreffen Methodenbereich "Mathematische Strukturen" / KIT Center MathSEE: Initial meeting area of methods "Mathematical structures"
Mathematical models of adhesion assembly and disassembly in cell motility