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Revision as of 22:47, 11 July 2019

The SC²S Colloquium is a forum giving students, guests, and members of the chair the opportunity to present their research insights, results, and challenges.

Do you need ideas for your thesis topic? Do you want to meet your potential supervisor? Do you want to discuss your research with a diverse group of researchers, rehearse your conference talk, or simply cheer for your colleagues? This is the right place for you!

When and where: Wednesdays at 3 pm, in the room 02.07.023. Guests are always welcome!

You don't want to miss a talk? Subscribe to our mailing list and our Colloquium calendar (iCal link, updated regularly).


Contents

Schedule

April

Colloquium slots: April 10, 17, 24

Wednesday, April 10

Sebastian Burreiner: Comparison of classic and task-based scheduling for the local time-stepping in SeisSol using OpenMP
Master's thesis advised by Carsten Uphoff.

15:00-15:30
MI 02.07.023
Details
Wednesday, April 17

Jan Schopohl: Domain Parallelization of SGDE based Classification
Bachelor's thesis advised by Kilian Röhner.

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

Kislaya Ravi: Neural Network Hyperparameter Optimization using SNOWPAC
Master's thesis advised by Friedrich Menhorn and examined by Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz and Prof. Laura Leal-Taixe (TUM Computer Vision).

Wednesday, April 24

Jieyi Zhang: Sparse Grid Coarsening for Classification
Guided Research advised by Kilian Röhner.

14:30-15:45
MI 02.07.023
Details

Stephan Pirner: Profiling of a Distributed Task Stealing Implementation in the Parallel Adaptive Mesh Refinement Framework sam(oa)2
Bachelor's thesis advised by Philipp Samfass.

Ayman Noureldin: A Master-Slave Approach for Multi-Phase Fluid-Fluid Coupling of OpenFOAM and ATHLET

Master's thesis (introduction) advised by Gerasimos Chourdakis and in collaboration with the GRS Institute in Garching.

May

Colloquium slots: May 8, 15, 22, 29

Wednesday, May 8

Nico Rösel: Combigrid Based Dimensional Adaptivity for Sparse Grid Density Estimation and Classification
Bachelor's thesis advised by Kilian Röhner and Michael Obersteiner.

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

Ravil Dorozhinskii: Configuration of a linear solver for linearly implicit time integration and efficient data transfer in parallel
thermo-hydraulic computations. Master's thesis advised by Tobias Neckel.

Wednesday, May 15

Vladimir Poliakov: Inferring 3D Human Pose in Real-Time on Consumer Smartphones: A Lightweight Neural Approach
Master's thesis advised by Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

Qunsheng Huang: Helicopter Simulations with preCICE
Master's thesis (introduction) advised by Gerasimos Chourdakis and in collaboration with the TUM Chair of Helicopter Technology.

Aleksei Dolgodvorov: Parallel algorithms for reducing the bandwidth of symmetric matrices

Master's thesis (introduction) advised by Michael Rippl.

Wednesday, May 22 (if needed, different moderator required)

Looking for a first talk - register here

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, May 29

Shreyas Shenoy: Towards Non-blocking Combination Schemes in the Sparse Grid Combination Technique
Master's thesis advised by Michael Obersteiner.

15:00-15:30
MI 02.07.023
Details

June

Colloquium slots: June 5, 12, 19, 26

Wednesday, June 5 (if needed, different moderator required)

Looking for a first talk - register here

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, June 12

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Wednesday, June 19

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, June 26

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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July

Colloquium slots: July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

Wednesday, July 3

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, July 10

Arbab Akhtar: Quantifying uncertainty in the bottom topography of the shallow water equations with DG methods
Master's thesis supervised by Anne Reinarz.

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, July 17

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Wednesday, July 24 (if needed, different moderator required)

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, July 31

Ji-Ho Yang: Interface Jacobian Substructuring Algorithm for Multi-Component Dynamical Systems
Master's thesis supervised by Tobias Neckel.

15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

Looking for a second talk - register here

August

Colloquium slots: August 7, 14, 21, 28

Wednesday, August 7

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, August 14 (if needed, different moderator required)

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, August 21 (if needed, different moderator required)

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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Wednesday, August 28

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
Details

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September

Colloquium slots: September 4, 11, 18, 25

Wednesday, September 4

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Wednesday, September 11

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Wednesday, September 18

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Wednesday, September 25

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15:00-16:00
MI 02.07.023
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Past Colloquia

Colloquia from Winter Term 2018/19 to Winter 2007/08 can be found here.

Very old colloquium announcements can be found here.

Information for speakers

Registration

To register and schedule a talk, you should fill the form Colloquium Registration at least two weeks before the earliest desired date. Keep in mind that we only have limited slots, so please plan your presentation early. In special cases contact colloquium@mailsccs.in.tum.de.

  • Students doing their Master's thesis at our chair are expected to give two talks:
    • The first talk 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 discussion)
    • The second talk presents the thesis' results and insights. (20 minutes + 5 to 10 minutes discussions)
  • Students doing their Bachelor's thesis, IDP, Guided Research, Semesterarbeit etc. at the chair are supposed to give one talk. This presents the thesis' results and insights. (20 minutes + 5 to 10 minutes discussions)
  • Doctoral candidates and guest researchers are always very welcome to give a talk to our colloquium as well. We recommend the 20min talk + 5-10min discussion format, but we can also host longer talks.

Room and equipment

Seminar room MI 02.07.023

The SCCS Colloquium takes place in the room 02.07.023, which offers 34 seats (5 rows). In case you want to rehearse your presentation, you can freely enter when the room is available.

The room is equiped with a projector EPSON EB-4650, which offers XGA resolution (1024x768, 4:3, laptop can connect at 1920x1080). Please note that only an HDMI port is available. You can also use a laptop we provide, which runs Linux (i.e. no Microsoft Office). We recommend that you export your slides in PDF format beforehand (a USB drive will be available).

We also provide you with a presenter/laser pointer (Logitech R400, USB) and Whiteboard markers. The room offers two sliding whiteboards.

What to expect

During the colloquium, things usually go as follows:

  • 10-15min before the colloquium starts, the speakers setup their laptops or transfer the presentations to the moderator's laptop. The moderator currently is Gerasimos Chourdakis.
  • The colloquium starts with an introduction to the agenda and the moderator asks the speaker's advisor/host to put the talk into context.
  • Your talk starts. The scheduled time for your talk is normally 20min with additional 5-10min for discussion. Introduction talks are allocated 10min.
  • The moderator keeps track of the time and shows two cards to the speaker: one for "5min left" and one for "time is up", after which you should try to wrap up the most important remaining points. Please remember to look for these cards. You can also tell the moderator if you prefer to keep track of time for yourself.
  • During the discussion session, the audience can ask questions, which are meant for clarification or for putting the talk into context.
  • Congratulations! Your talk is over and it's now time to celebrate! Have you already tried the parabolic slides that bring you from the third floor to the Magistrale?