Previous talks at the SCCS Colloquium

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Jan Hampe: Lookup-Table based Force Calculations for Molecular Dynamics Simulations with AutoPas

Bachelor’s thesis presentation. Jan is advised by Fabio Gratl, Markus Mühlhäußer and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

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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.

SCCS Colloquium |

Atamert Rahma: Sampling Neural Networks to Approximate Hamiltonian Functions

Master's thesis presentation. Atamert is advised by Chinmay Datar and Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

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Vangelis Didaskalou: Mapping Quantum Circuits to Multiple Unrelated Backends

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

SCCS Colloquium |

Alexander Haberl: Implementation of Verlet Lists for 3-Body Interactions in AutoPas

Bachelor's thesis presentation. Alexander is advised by Markus Mühlhäußer, Fabio Gratl and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

SCCS Colloquium |

Marco Hövekenmeier: Natural Gradient Variational Inference with Empirical Bayes

Master's thesis presentation. Marco is advised by Severin Reiz and Alexander Immer (ETH Zürich).

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Andreas Merrath: Solving the three-body problem with neural networks

Bachelor's thesis presentation. Andreas is advised by Prof. Dr. Felix Dietrich.

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Vaishali Ravishankar: Exploratory Analysis of Turbulent Flow Data using GNN-based Surrogate Model

Master's thesis presentation. Vaishali is advised by Kislaya Ravi, Prof. Dr. Jochen Garcke (Fraunhofer SCAI) and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

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Piyush Karki: Coupling of Discontinuous Galerkin Numerical Solvers in ExaHyPE 2

Master's thesis presentation. Piyush is advised by Prof. Dr. Michael Bader.

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Marc Amorós: Time stepping review of open-source solvers

Guided research project presentation. Marc is advised by Benjamin Rodenberg and Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.