Tsunami Simulation - Winter 14
- WS 14
- Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Bader
- Time and Place
- Tuesday, 11-13 in room 02.07.023
- Bachelor-Praktikum (Modul IN0012) Studenten der Informatik (Bachelor)
- Semesterwochenstunden / ECTS Credits
- 10 Credits
In this lab course we systematically address modern software engineering approaches in an application driven context: Tsunami simulations. Starting from implementation of a solver in a one dimensional setting, the complete process over integration in an existing framework to optimization and parallelization is covered. During this process key issues of software engineering are dealt with: versioning, documentation, unit testing, file I/O, ..
During the course, assignments are to be solved by groups of three participants each followed by presentations in regular meetings. A project phase with individual study projects chosen by the groups completes the lab course.
- Knowledge of object oriented programming
- Interest in a challenging but exciting topic
The spoken language in the meetings is German, slides and assignments are in English.
- (planned) Tuesday, 01/20 11AM in room 02.07.023; presentation project
- (planned) Tuesday, 01/13 11AM in room 02.07.023; intermediate project report
- (planned) Tuesday, 12/16 11AM in room 02.07.023; presentation fourth assignment
- (planned) Tuesday, 12/02 11AM in room 02.07.023; presentation third assignment
- Tuesday, 11/11 11AM in room 02.07.023; presentation second assignment
- Tuesday, 10/28 11AM in room 02.07.023; presentation first assignment
- Kickoff: Tuesday, 10/14,
1PM11AM in room 02.07.023
- Info session: Mon, Jun 30, 13.30 in room MI 02.08.011 (attend for guaranteed registration)
- questions in advance? -> Alexander Breuer
Live visualization of the February 2010 Chilean tsunami using OpenGL.
Propagation of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami.
Run-up of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami.
Dart station comparison of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami.
Sketch of the Finite Volume method with shock waves arising in the Riemann solutions.