"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 areas of methods. 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.
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.
The KIT Executive Board has appointed Prof. Johannes Blümer, former Head of Division 5, and Steering Committee Member of the KIT Center MathSEE as KIT Distinguished Senior Fellow. With this special and rarely awarded award, KIT honors outstanding personalities in science.
The Helmholtz Young Investigators Group "Fixed-Point Methods for Numerics at Exascale" (FiNE) headed by Dr. Hartwig Anzt was evaluated by the Council for Research and Promotion of Young Scientists (CRYS) with "extraordinary success".
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
A short yet great kick-start to the MathSEE Symposium was offered by the speaker of MathSEE, Prof. Martin Frank that were followed by an equally nice plenary talk by Prof. Kathrin Hess from EPFL into algebraic topology and its applications to neurology and a very exciting Panel Discussion moderated by Natascha Walker. These presentations and the Panel Discussion will be available to registered participants after the Symposium online until October 31, 2020.
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.
3rd round of the MathSEE Funding for 2020 is open!
This time we have an additional call to the MathSEE Seed funds, aiming to support funding of workshops, outreach projects as well as funding for courses and research stays. Members may choose to apply for one call or the other based on their current research requirements. The calls will be open untill 28.08.2020 and for the funding period until June 2021.More information
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.
Prof. Caroline Uhler will be visiting KIT in the framework of Gaul Lecture Series. She is Full Professor of Machine Learning, Genomic and Statistics since 2019 at ETH Zürich and is a worldwide renowned scientist engaging with Statistical methods combined with Machine Learning specializing in its applications to genomics. We look forward to her introductory lecture.
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.