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The SC²S Colloquium is a forum giving students, guests, and members of the chair the opportunity to present their research insights, results, and challenges. The colloquium takes place on Wednesdays at 3 pm, in room 02.07.023. Guests are always welcome!

To register and schedule a talk, you should fill the form Colloquium Registration at least one week before the desired date. In special cases contact

Students doing their Master's and diploma thesis etc. at the chair are supposed to give two talks:

  • The first presents the topic, the status quo, and the research plan. This should be placed early (first month of the work), such that colleagues can comment and give adequate feedback. It also helps students to structure their coming work. (10 minutes, + 5 minutes questions)
  • The second talk presents the thesis' results and insights. We plan 20 minutes with 5 up to 10 minutes discussions afterwards.

We're looking forward to your participation at the SC²S Colloquium! Colloquium calendar

Summer Term 2018

June 20 Philipp Zetterer Comparison of Different Cluster Analysis Algorithms Using Radio Measurement Data of Public Mobile Networks 15:00 02.07.023 Michael Obersteiner, Paul Cristian Sarbu
June 20 Shreyas Shenoy Towards Non-blocking Combination Schemes in the Sparse Grid Combination 15:15 02.07.023 Michael Obersteiner
June 20 Stefan Armbruster Tensormethoden für Video-Kompression 15:30 02.07.023 Thomas Huckle
May 30 Felix Späth Optimizing communication strategies for a massively parallel multi-phase multi-resolution framework 15:00 02.07.023 Michael Bader
May 30 David Damerow Coupling general purpose PDE solvers with a Combination Technique Framework 15:30 02.07.023 Michael Obersteiner
May 23 Gerasimos Chourdakis, M.Sc. preCICE: lessons learned 15:00 02.07.023 Preview of pdesoft18 satellite workshop talk
May 23 Noah Lee Node-level performance optimization of the ADER-DG method for the simulation of tsunamis 15:30 02.07.023 Leonhard Rannabauer
May 16 Sebastian Roßner Creating a Binary labeled Event Log for Process Mining using Semi-Supervised Log Pattern Detection and Exploration 15:00 02.07.023 Paul Cristian Sarbu, Michael Bader
May 2 Alexandre Trujillo Boqué Structural multi-model coupling with CalculiX and preCICE 15:15 02.07.023 Benjamin Uekermann
May 2 Tim Bierth Erweiterung und Evaluation von Zonalen Methoden in ls1 mardyn 15:30 02.07.023 Steffen Seckler, Nikola Tchipev
Apr 26 Martin Schreiber Massively parallel rational approximation of time integrations with Cauchy contour integral methods for Weather and Climate simulations 15:00 01.11.018 Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Michael Bader
Apr 25 Eric Koepke Optimizing Hyperparameters in the SG++ Datamining Pipeline 15:00 02.07.023 Kilian Röhner, Paul Cristian Sarbu
Apr 25 Benjamin Holzschuh Asset Pricing with Hierarchical Clustering using Sparse Grids Density Estimation 15:30 02.07.023 Paul Cristian Sarbu

Past Colloquia

Colloquia from Winter Term 2017/18 to Winter 2007/08 can be found here

Very old colloquium announcements can be found here.