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CSE Seminar Case Studies in Computational Science and Engineering - Winter 14

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Term
Winter 14
Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Michael Bader, Gerrit Buse
Time and Place
-
Audience
Computational Science and Engineering (Seminar, module IN2183),
Master Informatics (and related, see Master-Seminar, IN2107)
Tutorials
-
Exam
-
Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
2 SWS (2S) / 4 Credits
TUMonline
TUMonline Moodle



Contents

Preliminary session

Wednesday, July 2, 2014, 12:30pm in room 02.07.023

Seminar Topics

The seminar takes a look at fundamental approaches and models frequently encountered in applications from computational science and engineering. Seminar topics and discussions cover models for the solved problems, as well as mathematical, algorithmic, and implementational aspects of approaches to their solution.

Possible topics of presentations are:

  1. Tsunami simulations
  1. Molecular Dynamics
  2. Graph-partitioning algorithms
  3. Plasma physics
  4. SPH simulations in astrophysics
  5. The fast multipole method
  6. Traffic simulations
  7. Model order reduction
  8. Algebraic multigrid
  9. Classification
  10. Lattice-Boltzmann simulations
  11. Uncertainty quantification
  12. Preconditioners for linear systems


Schedule

Seminar Outline

Each student will give one presentation (approx. 30 minutes) in the seminar. In addition to her or his talk, each student will have to prepare a short paper of around 5 pages (double-column). The final grade will depend on both, presentation and paper.

Deadlines

  • deadline for presentation: Mon, Dec 1, 2014, 12am
  • deadline for final paper: Mon, Dec 8, 2014, 12am

Presentations

The seminar talks will be given in presumably 3-4 block sessions on the dates given in the table below.

The final presentation schedule will be given here once the list of participants and topics are fixed.



Session Topic Student
Tue, Dec 9 (1pm - 5pm)
Particles and more
Lattice-Boltzmann Methods -- Theory, Implementation & Applications Alkhalili, Khalid Fawzi
Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and its application in Cosmology Somodi, Laszlo
Fast Multipole Method: Theory and applications Traut, Christoph
Thu, Dec 11 (2pm - 6pm)
Parameterized Simulations
Model Order Reduction Backhoff Larrazolo, Omar
Uncertainty Quantification via generalized Polynomial Chaos in Flow Simulations Kharitonov, Eduard
Tue, Dec 16 (1pm - 5pm)
Meshes, Graphs, Tsunamis
Graph Parititioning -- Meshing Guder, Robert
Tsunami Simulation Malcher, André
SPAI -- A Parallel Preconditioner for Large Linear Systems Pacheco Mejia, Mayra