SC Seminar: Johannes Albert Stegmann

Johannes Albert Stegmann, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau Title: Improving Evaluation Performance for Large Derivative Computations Through Cache Optimisation Techniques in CoDiPack Abstract: This presentation will discuss optimisation techniques to improve CPU caching between statements of large derivative calculations in the C++ CoDiPack … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Sarah Neuwirth

Prof. Sarah Neuwirth, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz Title: Transforming HPC with Holistic Performance Engineering and the Pursuit of Reproducibility Abstract: HPC applications are evolving not only to include traditional modeling and simulation workloads but also so-called scale-out workloads, including … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Ivan Barranco Gomez

Ivan Barranco Gomez, School of Civil, Aerospace and Design Engineering; University of Bristol Title: Optimising Ion Thruster Performance: Advances in Particle-in-Cell and Monte Carlo Simulations Abstract: Motivated by the need to enhance physical modelling and optimization techniques in the design … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Max Aehle

Max Aehle, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau Title: Algorithmic Derivatives of Electromagnetic Shower Simulations Abstract: Applying algorithmic differentiation to particle simulations like Geant4 would allow us to evaluate derivatives of simulation outputs with respect to inputs, e.g. of the mean energy depositions in … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Max Sagebaum

Dr. Max Sagebaum, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau Title: Introduction to cppfront – a new syntax for C++ – and compile time regular expression generation Abstract: cppfront is a compiler for an experimental alternate syntax for C++ (aka Cpp2) initiated and driven by … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Xuân Tùng Nguyễn

Xuân Tùng Nguyễn, INFN / University of Padua Title: Neural connectivity: a parallel in vitro and in silico analysis Abstract: In this talk, we will analyze neuronal recordings obtained by multi-electrode arrays (MEAs) on in vitro neuronal cultures from prof. … Continue reading

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Seminar Talks! Please contact us

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Gauger, Chair for Scientific Computing (SciComp), TU Kaiserslautern SciComp Seminar Series Please contact Prof. Gauger, if you want to register for an online talk in our SciComp Seminar Series or just to register for the seminar. A … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Johannes Schoder

Johannes Schoder, Institute for Computer Science, University of Jena Title: First Steps Towards Bringing Automatic Differentiation to Scale with RISC-V Abstract: Small adaptions to the control unit and datapath of a RISC-V processor enable us to apply forward-mode automatic differentiation … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Timo Sonnenschein

Timo Sonnenschein, Department of Computer Science, University of Kaiserslautern-Landau (RPTU) Title: Introduction to Implicit Layers in the context of Deep Equilibrium Models Abstract: Training modern neural networks can be challenging with the limited memory of specialized hardware. Reusing parameters and … Continue reading

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SC Seminar: Anuja Chakraborty

Anuja Chakraborty, Department of Computer Science, University of Kaiserslautern-Landau (RPTU) Title: On Compressed Sensing and Dynamic Mode Decomposition Abstract: This talk is focused on the discussion regarding the development and application of compressed sensing strategies for computing the dynamic mode … Continue reading

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