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Michael Obersteiner, M.Sc.

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=== Open Hiwi Positions ===
 
=== Open Hiwi Positions ===
  
Developing a testing-framework for the distributed combination technique:
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*In this Hiwi position students create and manage an automatic test environment using Jenkins within Gitlab. In addition the existing code will be extended by several unit tests to facilitate the code development. Good C++ knowledge is advised and testing experience would be helpful.  
 
*In this Hiwi position students create and manage an automatic test environment using Jenkins within Gitlab. In addition the existing code will be extended by several unit tests to facilitate the code development. Good C++ knowledge is advised and testing experience would be helpful.  
Workload: around 8h/week
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=== Open Student Projects ===
 
=== Open Student Projects ===

Latest revision as of 10:08, 8 July 2019

Michael Obersteiner

Address:

TU München
Institut für Informatik
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München
Office:
MI 02.05.043
Email:
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Phone:
(089) 289 18 636
Fax:
(089) 289 18 607
Office Hours:
by arrangement


Contents

[edit] Research interests

  • Molecular Dynamics
  • HPC
  • Combination technique
  • Sparse Grids Methods
  • Machine Learning

[edit] Student Projects

[edit] Open Hiwi Positions

Developing a testing-framework for the distributed combination technique:

  • In this Hiwi position students create and manage an automatic test environment using Jenkins within Gitlab. In addition the existing code will be extended by several unit tests to facilitate the code development. Good C++ knowledge is advised and testing experience would be helpful.

Workload: around 8h/week

[edit] Open Student Projects

see: https://www5.in.tum.de/wiki/index.php/Projects_in_Sparse_Grids_and_High_Dimensional_Approximation

You can also come to my office and discuss possible topics.

[edit] Running Student Projects

  • D. Boschko: Generalization and Parallelization of Sherman-Morrison System Matrix Updates for Sparse Grid Density Estimation
    IDP, Fakultät für Informatik, Informatics, since February 2018
  • V. Haller: Evaluation of dimension-wise Error Estimates with the Spatially Adaptive Combination Technique
    Bachelor's Thesis, Fakultät für Informatik, Informatics, since January 2019
  • F. Hofmeier: Applying the Spatially Adaptive Combination Technique to Uncertainty Quantification Bachelor's Thesis, Fakultät für Informatik, Informatics, since May 2019
  • S. Hingst: Shared Memory Parallelization of the Sparse Grid Combination Technique Bachelor's Thesis, Fakultät für Informatik, Informatics, since June 2019

[edit] Finished Student Projects

  • F. Schwaiger: Simulation eines Dammbruchszenarios
    MSE research project, MSE, November 2017

[edit] Teaching

  • Übungsleitung Algorithms for Scientific Computing SS18, SS19
  • Übungsleitung Numerisches Programmieren SoSe 2017, WiSe 2017/18, WiSe 2018/2019, WiSe 2019/2020
  • Tutor Diskrete Strukturen, WiSe 2016/2017

Tutor for many years in Numerical Programming

[edit] Publications

[edit] Talks