Lisa Kusch from the SciComp Team wins the “SIAM UK-EI Best Student Presentation Award“ at the AD2016 conference in Oxford. Congratulations! The prize was awarded for Lisa’s lecture on “Semi-automatic transition from simulation to one-shot optimization with equality constraints”
We offer a Bachelor/Master Thesis on the topic Selection of View Parameters for Scientific Visualization using Multi-Criteria Optimization Techniques More information can be found here.
The 19th European Workshop on Automatic Differentiation will take place at 7th and 8th of April at TU Kaiserslautern and is organized by our group. More information on registration, accomodation and travel can be found here: 19th Euro AD Workshop … Continue reading
We are proud to announce the release of CoDiPack v1.0. CoDiPack is a open-source tool for the fast evaluation of gradients in C++. It features the forward and the reverse mode of Algorithmic Differentiation. More information can be found here.
Beckett Y. Zhou wins the AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Best Student Paper award co-authored by Tim Albring and Nicolas Gauger from SciComp and collaborators at Stanford University for the paper: AIAA 2015-3355, “A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Unsteady Aerodynamic and … Continue reading
We are looking for interested students to support us in the field of computational analysis and design. For more information, see this advertisement or contact Tim Albring.
Today Prof. Gauger has been appointed as Head of the Computing Center (RHRK) at TU Kaiserslautern.
We are looking for a HiWi with good programming skills (preferably in FORTRAN90). He/She will be part of a team developing codes meant for simulating fluid flow in HPC environment. Working hours per week are flexible. Interested candidates may kindly … Continue reading
Prof. Nicolas R. Gauger becomes Program Committee Member of the International Workshop on Machine learning, Optimization and big Data – MOD 2015 – in Taormina, July 21-24, 2015.
Prof. Nicolas R. Gauger becomes Principal Investigator (PI) at the Center for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (CM)^2.