Previous talks at the SCCS Colloquium

SCCS Colloquium |

Kristin von Milczewski: Development of a Microbenchmarking Framework for Enhanced Parameter Selection in AutoPas

Bachelor's thesis presentation. Kristin is advised by Samuel Newcome and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

SCCS Colloquium |

Uppili Srinivasan: Dynamic Mode Decomposition for Multi-scale Analysis of Crowd Simulation

Master's thesis presentation. Uppili is advised by Ana Cukarska, Dr. Daniel Lehmberg and Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

SCCS Colloquium |

Aditya Phopale: Using neural networks with domain decomposition to solve partial differential equations

Master's thesis presentation. Aditya is advised by  Dr. Dirk Hartmann and Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

SCCS Colloquium |

Ana Oravitan: Parametric and Dynamic Surrogate Models for Crowd Simulations

Master's thesis presentation. Ana is advised by Ana Cukarska, Dr. Daniel Lehmberg and Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

SCCS Colloquium |

Mei Sun: Approximating simple functions on nonlinear manifolds in high dimensions

Guided research presentation. Mei is advised by Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

SCCS Colloquium |

Zekai Li: Decomposition Methods in Tensor Networks

Bachelor's thesis presentation. Zeka is advised by Philipp Seitz and Prof. Dr. Christian Mendl.

SCCS Colloquium |

Oleksandr "Alex" Pokras: Artificial Intelligence for Team Productivity

Bachelor’s thesis presentation. Alex is advised by Ivana Jovanovic Buha, Prof. Peter Gloor (MIT) and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

SCCS Colloquium |

Yi Kammerer: SVD & QR Decomposition of Quantum Number Preserving Tensor Networks

Bachelor’s thesis presentation. Yi is advised by Keefe Huang.

SCCS Colloquium |

Elizaveta Boriskova: Exponential Spectral Deferred Correction Methods for Dynamical Cores

Master's thesis presentation. Elizaveta is advised by Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz and Prof. Dr. Martin Schreiber (Université Grenoble Alpes).

SCCS Colloquium |

Jeremiah Bintang Santoso: Investigation of the controlled bond expansion time-dependent variational principle for open quantum systems

Guided research project presentation. Jeremiah is advised by Richard Milbradt and Prof. Dr. Christian Mendl.