- 1 PRACE ISC Award 2013
- 2 HPC Wire - The Benefits of Invasive Computing
- 3 ICMLA 2012 - Best Special Session Paper Award
- 4 TeachInf-Awards
- 5 Ernst-Otto-Fischer Preis der TUM
- 6 Prize at ASIM Workshop for BGCE Project
- 7 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2012
- 8 Ernst-Otto-Fischer Preis der TUM
- 9 SCCS goes G8
- 10 Best Student Poster Award
- 11 We are official member of the Sundance (Trilinos) developer team.
- 12 Best Paper Award
- 13 Heinz Schwärtzel-Dissertationspreis für Grundlagen der Informatik
- 14 Best Paper Award
- 15 Simlab students
- 16 Best Student Presentation
- 17 GI-Preis
- 18 Promotionspreis des Bundes der Freunde der TU München
- 19 Luise Prell Award
- 20 Simlab students
- 21 Best Student Talk Award
- 22 Humboldt-Stipendiat
- 23 Bavarian champion at our chair
- 24 IGGSE goes Ferienakademie
- 25 Bund der Freunde-Stipendium
PRACE ISC Award 2013
Together with their co-authors, Wolfgang Eckahrdt, Alexander Heinecke and Hans-Joachim Bungartz will receive the PRACE ISC Award 2013 for their paper "591 TFLOPS Multi-Trillion Particles Simulation on SuperMUC" at the "International Supercomputing Conference 2013", Leipzig.
HPC Wire - The Benefits of Invasive Computing
Invasive Computing has received considerable attention in the HPC community. A contribution by Michael Bader, Hans-Joachim Bungartz, and Martin Schreiber has found mentioning in a news article of HPC Wire under http://www.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/2013-02-21/the_week_in_hpc_research.html?page=4
ICMLA 2012 - Best Special Session Paper Award
A "Best Special Session Paper Award" was given to Daniel Butnaru, Benjamin Peherstorfer, Dirk Pflüger, and Hans-Joachim Bungartz for the paper "Fast Insight into High-Dimensional Parametrized Simulation Data" at the ICMLA 2012, Boca Raton, USA.
At the department's 2012 Graduation Ceremony (Dec 7 2012), two TeachInf-Awards of the Fachschaft went to our chair: Hans-Joachim Bungartz for "Numerisches Programmieren" in the winter term 2011/2012 and Thomas Huckle for "Numerisches Programmieren" in the summer term 2012.
Ernst-Otto-Fischer Preis der TUM
Philipp Neumann and Christoph Kowitz - together with their colleagues Felix Schranner and Dmitrii Azarnykh - are awarded the Ernst-Otto-Fischer prize of the TUM for their teaching concept Teamwork Across Disciplines - Interdisciplinarity Meets Supervised Teaching.
Prize at ASIM Workshop for BGCE Project
The BGCE students Mihail Georgiev, Diana Gudu, Michael Hinterstocker, Tijana Kovačević and Amirhesam Shahvarani received the second poster award at the ASIM Workshop 2012 in Vienna, honouring their BGCE-project poster "GPU-accelerated MRI Simulation and Visualization on a CAVE-like environment".
Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2012
Michael Bader will co-organise the 2012 Gene Golub SIAM Summer School in Monterey, California (Jul 29-Aug 10, 2012). The topic will be Simulation and Supercomputing in the Geoscience - see the website http://www.mac.tum.de/g2s3/ for more details!
Ernst-Otto-Fischer Preis der TUM
In August 2011, Tobias Neckel and Dr. Florian Rupp were awarded the Ernst-Otto-Fischer prize of the TUM for the convincing interdisciplinary lecture "Interdisciplinary Guided Research at the Edge of Dynamical Systems & Scientific Computing". This lecture will take place in ST 2012.
SCCS goes G8
Best Student Poster Award
Daniel Butnaru together with Claudia Simion and Ebrahim Eyad were awarded the Best Student Poster Award for their poster entitled "Simulation Meets Visualization: Mountain Hike Simulator" at the 2011 ASIM Workshop.
We are official member of the Sundance (Trilinos) developer team.
Best Paper Award
Alexander Heinecke and Dirk Pflüger were awarded the Best Paper Award for their publication entitled "Multi- and Many-Core Data Mining with Adaptive Sparse Grids" at the 2011 ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers.
Heinz Schwärtzel-Dissertationspreis für Grundlagen der Informatik
In December 2010, Dirk Pflüger was awarded the Heinz Schwärtzel prize, a joint prize of the three universities in Munich, for the best Ph.D. thesis on foundations of computer science, with the title "Spatially Adaptive Sparse Grids for High-Dimensional Problems".
Best Paper Award
Stefanie Schraufstetter has received together with André Borrmann and Ernst Rank the Best Paper Award 2009 of the ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering for the paper "Implementing Metric Operators of a Spatial Query Language for 3D Building Models: Octree and B-Rep approaches".
From July to December 2010 Botond Tyukodi, Cristina Corlaci, Petar Ristoski and Aliz-Eva Nagy, four students that hold a Simlab scholarship, are visiting our chair. The Simlab program offers students from Serbia, Macedonia and Rumania the possibility to spend three months at the TU München to gain experience in the field of simulation.
Best Student Presentation
Dheevatsa Mudigere, one of our 2009 graduates of the BGCE elite programme, received the "Best student paper award" at the International Conference on High Performance Computing (HiPC 2009) in Kochi, India, for his paper "Fast GPU data rearrangement kernels using CUDA". The paper is related to his master's thesis, a joint project of the GE labs in Bangalore and our chair.
Kristof Unterweger received the GI-Preis for his excellent dipoma thesis "CFD simulations of moving geometries using Cartesian grids".
Promotionspreis des Bundes der Freunde der TU München
In November 2009, Tobias Neckel received the award of the foundation "Bund der Freunde der TU München" in recognition of his outstanding PhD thesis.
Luise Prell Award
In July 2009, Philipp Neumann received the award of the Luise Prell foundation for his excellent scientific diploma thesis at Universität Erlangen.
From January to March 2009 Sebestyen-Pal Katalin, Istvan Haller and Marko Ljukovic, three students that hold a Simlab scholarship, are visiting our chair. The Simlab program offers students from Serbia, Macedonia and Rumania the possibility to spend three months at the TU München to gain experience in the field of simulation.
Best Student Talk Award
Seit 1.1. 2009 arbeitet Dr. Christos Kravvaritis als Humboldt-Stipendiat an unserem Lehrstuhl. Dr. Kravvaritis kommt von der University of Athens und hat promoviert über Abschätzungen von Determinanten spezieller Matrixfamilien. Thema des Humboldt-Stipendiums ist die "Kompakte Fourier-Analyse für Mehrgitterverfahren".
Bavarian champion at our chair
Thomas Auckenthaler, the Bavarian champion in hurdle-race over 400m in the year 2008, has joined our chair to write his PhD thesis.
IGGSE goes Ferienakademie
The Ferienakademie 2008 in Sarntal hosted the first ever IGSSE summer academy course. 12 Ph.D. students from several IGSSE Research Training Projects participated in the course Computational Engineering - From Models to Software run by the organisers Martin Ruess (civil engineering @ TUM) and Michael Bader (SCCS).
Bund der Freunde-Stipendium
Herr Matous Sedlacek hat für ein Jahr ein Stipendium des "Bund der Freunde der TU München" erhalten für das Projekt "Sparse Approximate Inverses und Anwendungen". Er führt daher seit 1.9.2008 die Arbeit von Alexander Kallischko auf diesem Gebiet weiter.