"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.
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
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.
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.
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
Online Workshop: Anything related to COVID-192021-03-11 10:00 - 11:30online
Mathias Krause: Aerosol distribution in breathing Andreas Ott: Topological data analysis and critical mutations of the coronavirus Wolfgang Reichel: Ideas for teaching a course "Mathematical models in biology"
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. Do/did you have any Bachelor-, Master- or PhD-theses on this subject? Great - bring along your students and let them talk about it. Just as long as it fits into our area of methods (mathematical modeling, differential equations, numerics & simulation).
60 minutes are reserved for short-talks 30 minutes for discussion. For the short-talks we invite all interested groups or individuals to briefly present their topic within 5 minutes and up to 3 slides.
Deadline for slides: February 18, 2021:
ZOOM-Link: Online Workshop: Anything related to COVID-19
Meeting-ID: 673 0143 1292