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Sommersemester 2018
Conference
info  15. Modellierungstag Rhein-Neckar - Der Mensch im ModellVerschiedene Vortragende5. Juli 2018 / 14:00 UhrECTS-Points: not yet determined
Abstract, registration & information:
Menschen machen Modelle interessant! Die immense Vielfalt von menschlichen Attributen, Verhaltensweisen oder Reaktionen sorgt aber auch dafür, dass die Modellbildung ungleich komplexer wird. Um beispielsweise einen Prozess im sozialen oder ökonomischen Leben realitätsnah abzubilden sollte ein möglichst exaktes Bild eines Menschen entworfen werden. Die Abwägung zwischen der Einfachheit eines Modells einerseits und seiner Aussagekraft andererseits stellt dabei eine der größten Herausforderungen dar. Wie gehen Modellierer sicher, dass die gewählten Ansätze nicht nur die jeweilige Forschungsfrage beantworten sondern auch allgemeine Gültigkeit besitzen?

Der Modellierungstag greift die spannende Frage nach der Bildung von „menschlichen Modellen“ auf und fördert den Austausch zwischen Forschern, Entwicklern und Anwendern. Beiträge aus unterschiedlichen Fachrichtungen liefern dazu Denkanstöße und Diskussionsgrundlagen.

! Die Veranstaltung ist öffentlich. Der Eintritt ist frei. Um Anmeldung bis zum 1. Juli 2018 wird gebeten !

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Location:
Mathematikon, Konferenzraum / 5. Stock, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
14:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  KoMSO Challenge Workshop: Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Optimization in the Pharmaceutical IndustryVarious SpeakersJune 14-15, 2018ECTS-Points: 0
Abstract, registration & information:
As part of the BMBF’s “Mathematics for Innovations” programme the KoMSO Challenge Workshop entitled “Mathematical Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization in the Pharmaceutical Industry” will be held at the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) on June 14 and 15, 2018.

The workshop aims at bringing together experts from pharmaceutical industry and academic research in order to determine which demand can be met by already existent mathematical methods, and to identify new challenges that require the development of new techniques for a sustainable progress in the pharmaceutical industry over the next ten to twenty years.

As in previous KoMSO Challenge Workshops, the results of this discussion will be documented in a position paper in order to promote the use of methods for mathematical modelling, simulation, and optimization in industrial practice also at the political level.

We kindly invite your contribution in oral presentations and in plenary discussions on this two-day workshop.

Confirmed speakers from industry and academia including (in alphabetical order):

- AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
- Bayer AG
- GoSilico GmbH
- Heidelberg Collaboratory for Industrial Optimization
- Merck KGaA
- TU Berlin, Bioprocess Engineering
- Universität der Bundeswehr München

! Registration required ! (Deadline: June 12, 2018)

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
0
info  16th European Finite Element FairVarious SpeakersJune 8-9, 2018ECTS-Points: not yet determined
Abstract, registration & information:
The European Finite Element Fair (EFEF) is an annual series of completely informal small workshops throughout Europe with equal initial conditions for each speaker. EFEF provides a platform for high-level discussions on current research on finite element approximation, in the broadest sense, of partial differential equations. Authors are encouraged to present one new idea rather than review a full research project. In this spirit, the communication of recent and new results, even not yet published, is very welcome. A few, but strict, rules apply to EFEF in order to distinguish it from existing workshops and minisymposia in the field.

Format of the Meeting:

- Speakers at EFEF are volunteers from the audience. Provided that they are present throughout the meeting, all participants are invited to talk. Potential participants are strongly encouraged to attend at least one meeting before volunteering to speak.

- Based on the number of speakers the time available will be divided into slots for the talks. The order of the speakers will be determined through random choice, by drawing names out of a hat. Speakers cannot request a specific time to talk.

- The Presentations. Bring your presentation as a pdf-file on a USB-stick. That will make life/technical support much more relaxed and easier during the conference.

- Each speaker should introduce himself or herself, the title and topic, and is expected to leave sufficient time, within the allocated time-slot, for discussion. Speakers have to prepare a talk that can be trimmed to various lengths (from seconds to 20 minutes). For a smooth meeting, the time table will be strictly enforced.

- The Book. Since EFEF 2005, a book has been available (in the Oberwolfach tradition) to record new analytical and numerical results presented during EFEF. Results can be hand-written or typeset and glued into the book.

Registration required!

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
12:30
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  European Women in Mathematics - German Chapter Conference 2018Various SpeakersMay 3-4, 2018ECTS-Points: 0
Abstract, registration & information:
The 2018 German Chapter Conference of the European Women in Mathematics, organized by UPSTREAM - The Network for Women in Maths, Heidelberg, and the Konstanz Women in Mathematics: Paths in Studies and Career (KWIM), is a space supporting women in their careers and giving them prominence and visibility, the conference follows the EWM tradition since its foundation in 1986.

The aim of this conference is to promote communication and networking between mathematicians from all research areas, offering in particular a platform to female mathematicians at all academic stages for presenting their mathematical results, sharing their experiences and discussing the challenges related to the gender gap in this field.

The scientific programme will consists of one-hour talks by four keynote speakers, shorter contributed talks to be presented in parallel thematic sessions, and a poster session with one-minute presentations for each poster. The programme will include an invited talk on gender balance in academia encouraging active discussion among the participants about this issue for mathematicians in Germany.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
0
IWR Colloquium
info  Quasi-Experiments for Data Science: Approaches and Examples from Global Health ResearchProf. Till BärnighausenJuly 18, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Quasi-experiments offer opportunities for strong causal inference for evaluation of real-life programs and policies.

I will discuss major approaches and illustrate strengths and limitations with examples.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room / 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  The Molecular Sciences Software InstituteProf. T. Daniel CrawfordJuly 4, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
Abstract, registration & information:
The Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI) is a nexus for science, education, and cooperation serving the worldwide community of computational molecular scientists - a broad field including of biomolecular simulation, quantum chemistry, and materials science. The Institute focuses on the software infrastructure, education, standards, and best-practices that are needed to enable the molecular science community to open new windows on the next generation of scientific Grand Challenges, ranging from the simulation of intrinsically disordered proteins associated with a range of diseases to the design of new catalysts vital to the global chemical industry and climate change. The MolSSI is working to enable the computational molecular sciences community to work together to leverage its diverse capabilities that will reduce or eliminate the gulf that currently delays by years the practical realization of theoretical innovations. Ultimately, the Institute will enable computational scientists to tackle problems that are orders of magnitude larger and more complex than those currently within our grasp. This lecture will provide an overview of the Institute’s activities, goals, and vision.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room / 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Robust geometry extraction in large spatial point cloudsProf. Roderik LindenberghJune 27, 2018 / 14:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Laser scanning efficiently samples our urban and natural environment. LIDAR systems on tripods, cars, drones, planes and even backpacks are able to collect billions of 3D points in a few hours. What remains challenging is to automatically extract valid geometric information from these points clouds in a similarly efficient way. In the presentation issues with these point clouds will be discussed, followed by some overview of methods to extract geometric information on e.g. trees, traffic signs, tunnels or beaches in a robust and computationally efficient way.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room / 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
14:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
Lecture
info  Hyperbolic Conservation Laws: theory and numerical methodsDr. Nikolaos SfakianakisWed 11:00-12:30ECTS-Points: not yet determined

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Location:
INF 205, SR 1
Time:
11:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
Public Talk
info  IWR & HGS MathComp Summer Party 2018July 26, 2018 / 18:00ECTS-Points: not yet determined
Abstract, registration & information:
We cordially invite all members of the IWR and the HGS MathComp to join us at our 2018 summer party.

As usual, in accordance with university guidelines, we have to charge 10,- EUR per person to cover expenses - children attend free of charge.

July 26, 2016 • 18:00 - 22:00
Mathematikon • Atrium
Im Neuenheimer Feld 205
69120 Heidelberg

! Please make sure to register online for the event !
(Registration Deadline: June 23, 2018)

Online Registration

Further inquiries:
Ria Lynott (ria.lynott@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de)

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Location:
Mathematikon, Atrium, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
18:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Geometry, Computers, and ArtProf. Richard Evan SchwartzJuly 12, 2018 / 17:00ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.

Abstract (PDF)

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Location:
Mathematikon, Lecture Hall / Ground Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
17:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Warum Mathematik glücklich machtProf. Christian Hesse3. Mai 2018 / 18:00ECTS-Points: 0
Abstract, registration & information:
Wie die Liebe und die Musik hat Mathematik die Gabe, Menschen glücklich zu machen. Angesichts ihrer oft kargen Darreichungsform eine kühne Behauptung? Dafür, dass sie dennoch stimmt, soll in diesem Vortrag der Beweis angetreten werden. Mit grandiosen Schönheiten des Denkens, amüsanten Geschichten und fantastischen Anwendungen der Mathematik.

Der Eintritt ist frei.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Hörsaal (EG), Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
18:00
ECTS-Points:
0
Seminar
info  Delay Equations: Theory and ApplicationsDr. Maria Vittoria Barbarossatba, 2 SWSECTS-Points: not yet determined

Abstract (PDF)
Location:
tba
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
Talk
info  Polynomial Acceleration of MCMCProf. Colin FoxSeptember 20, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Standard Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithms perform a stationary linear iteration on the space of probability distributions, and hence converge geometrically. Stationary linear solvers were state-of-the-art in the 1950’s, but are now considered very slow precisely because they are geometrically convergent. We show that the same polynomial acceleration methods that have been developed for linear iterative solvers may also be applied to accelerating MCMC, in certain settings.

Prof. Fox is the most recently appointed Romberg Visiting Scholar at the HGS MathComp.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Seminar Room A, Ground Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Low-Rank Tensor Decompositions for High-Dimensional Uncertainty QuantificationDr. Sergey DolgovSeptember 20, 2018 / 17:00ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Uncertainty quantification and inverse problems in many variables are pressingly needed tasks, yet high-dimensional functions are notoriously difficult to integrate in order to compute desired quantities of interest. Functional approximations, in particular the low-rank separation of variables into tensor product decompositions, have become popular for reducing the computational cost of high-dimensional integration down to linear scaling in the number of variables. However, tensor approximations may be inefficient for non-smooth functions. Sampling based Monte Carlo methods are more general, but they may exhibit a very slow convergence, overlooking a hidden structure of the function. In this talk we review tensor product approximations for the problem of uncertainty quantification and Bayesian inference. This allows efficient integration of smooth PDE solutions and quantities of interest. Moreover, we can use the low-rank approximation to construct efficient proposal density in the MCMC algorithm for inverse problems. This combined MCMC method is more accurate also if the quantity of interest is not smooth, such as the indicator function of an event.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Seminar Room A, Ground Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
17:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  New Energy Space Modeling and Implications on Complexity of Decision Making and Control in Electric Energy SystemsProf. Marija Ilic, Senior Research ScientistSeptember 5, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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In this talk we present a recently-introduced multi-layered modeling framework for posing the problem of safe, robust and efficient design and control for rapidly changing electric energy systems. The proposed framework establishes dynamic relations between physical concepts such as stored energy, useful work, and wasted energy, on one hand; and modeling, simulation, and control of interactive modular complex dynamical systems, on the other. In particular, our recently introduced energy state-space modeling approach for electric energy systems is further interpreted using fundamental laws of physics in multi-physical systems, which are modeled as dynamically interacting modules.

This approach is shown to be particularly well-suited for scalable optimization of large-scale complex systems. Instead of having to use simpler models, the proposed multi-layered modeling of system dynamics in energy space offers a promising basic method for modeling and controlling inter-dependencies across multi-physics subsystems for both ensuring feasible and near-optimal operation. It is illustrated how this approach can be used for understanding fundamental physical causes of inefficiencies created either at the component level or resulting from poor matching of their interactions.

This talk is based on the recent paper by M. D. Ilic and R. Jaddivada entitled "Multi-layered interactive energy space modeling for near-optimal electrification of terrestrial, shipboard and aircraft systems”, Annual Reviews in Control, available online May 2018. The paper provides theoretical foundations for Dynamic Monitoring and Decision Systems (DyMonDS) framework envisioned as the next-generation SCADA.

The control design based on joint work with Xia Miao and R. Jaddivada for microgrids and integration of renewable resources and demand response is used as an example to illustrate potential benefits of this approach.

Finally, many open modeling, estimation and optimization challenges/opportunities using this modeling approach are discussed.

*Get-Together at 15:30 Common Room (5th Floor)*

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Fine-scale structure of the airflow above ocean surface wavesMarc BuckleyJuly 26, 2018 11:00 a.m -12:30 p.m.ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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?The transfers of momentum and scalars across the air-sea interface are influenced by small-scale turbulent processes. In spite of extensive existing work on the topic, our understanding of near-surface physics remains incomplete. The measurement of the small-scale dynamics very close to the rapidly moving ocean surface can be challenging! We present laboratory and field measurements of the submillimeter-scale motions in the airflow above waves. A high resolution, large field of view Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) system was specially developed for the measurements, capable of capturing 2D velocity fields in the turbulent airflow directly above the wavy surface. The system was recently deployed on RP FLIP. Using preliminary field measurements as well as laboratory wave tank measurements, we will discuss the impact of waves on the structure of the wind stress within the wave boundary layer, and in particular how breaking and non-breaking waves influence the momentum flux_s partitioning between viscous, form drag, wave-coherent and turbulent contributions.
Location:
Institut für Umweltphysik, INF 229, Seminarraum 108/110
Time:
11:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Spray Combustion: From a Flamelet Model to a Flamelet TheoryProf. Hernán OlguínJuly 16, 2018 9:15 a.m.ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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The task of formally extending the gas flamelet theory to spray flames has been only partially fulfilled and, whereas several spray flamelet models have been derived during the last decades, only few works regarding the spray flamelet equations (SFE) are available in the literature. Therefore, a degree of maturity similar to the one already achieved for gas flames has not yet been reached for spray flames. Among the remaining open issues is the closure of the SFE in mixture fraction space, which includes developing models for the Scalar Dissipation Rate (SDR) and for the different evaporation related sources appearing due to the consideration of a liquid phase.


In this presentation, recent advances in the closure of the SDR are described, which include a reformulation of the spray flamelet equations in terms of the gradient of mixture fraction instead of the SDR itself and the derivation of a transport equation for this new variable. The results are expected to help advancing towards the development of a self-contained spray flamelet theory.
Location:
Mathematikon, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, SR 10
Time:
9:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Narratives of the material/nonmaterial world - engaging in the dialogue of digital heritage in virtual spaceDr. Marnie FeneleyJune 22, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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This presentation will examine the possibilities of interdisciplinary historical interpretation of artwork based on the analysis of remnant artifacts of past civilizations. How can digital technology offer solutions to assess and analyse artifacts, sculptures and architecture that have been damaged through the vicissitudes of time? Digital technology also can enhance the accessibility and display of these objects and curatorial research in museums.

Dr. Marnie Feneley will present her research, past and present, which aims to reassess the out-dated Art Historical Analytical System. She will speak about new paradigms which seek to revise traditional methodologies of art historical analysis by using empirical methodology (for example, to analyse a large data set of Asian sculpture). In particular, the use of photogrammetric modeling and high-resolution immersive visualisation systems to address the traditional perceived (visual and verbal descriptive) analysis of art history along the Mercantile Maritime Route from India to China. The objective is to gain a deeper understanding of sculptural tradition, styles, religious affiliations and cultural transmissions in Asia from the 2nd - 14th century CE.

Dr. Marnie Feneley is a lecturer in Asian Studies at the University of NSW. As a post doctoral fellow, she has been researching the transmission of Buddhism from India to Southeast Asia for the "Atlas of Maritime Buddhism,” a world touring exhibition based on the compelling story of the spread of Buddhism through the seaports of Eurasia, supported by the latest archaeological evidence.
Marnie has spent over a decade researching Southeast Asian sculpture and religion. Her doctoral thesis from the University of Sydney, “The West Mebon Vi??u: style, hydraulics and political power,” will be published later this year through National University of Singapore press. Her thesis examined the famous bronze sculpture of Vi??u found in a water shrine in the middle of the West Baray at Angkor in 1936. She has amalgamated archaeological and art historical research with digital technology by reconstructing this fractured sculpture and its temple in a digital reconstruction. She is considered a pioneer in the field digital archaeology and heritage. She regularly gives invited talks at national and international forums.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Seminar Room C / Ground Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  HGS MathComp Ladyzhenskaya Lecture: Pore scale modeling of flows in weakly permeable porous media - a hybrid computational approachDr. Anna TrykozkoJune 13, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Studying effective properties of porous media based on simulating flows at pore scale has become a widely applied procedure during last years. Realistic structures of pores are commonly obtained by X-ray computed micro-tomography (micro-CT). In this work we consider weakly permeable samples in which a significant fraction of porosity could not be detected at a micro-CT resolution. We therefore apply an approach in which parts of samples characterized as _solids_ during micro-CT imaging are treated as permeable porous media represented with an assumed (small) permeability. Reliable estimations of permeability of ‘solid’ parts were obtained by incorporating Scanning Electron Microscopy data. This way our computational hybrid approach combines two microimaging methods of different resolutions.
Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Efficient stage-parallel time integration and tensor-product solvers for discontinuous Galerkin methodsWill PaznerJune 7, 2018 / 16:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Implicit time integration for discontinuous Galerkin (DG) discretizations is important in the context of boundary layer flows, anisotropic, unstructured meshes, and high degree polynomial approximations. Effective preconditioning strategies are essential to the efficient iterative solution of the resulting large, sparse linear systems. In this talk, I will discuss two topics: (1) fully implicit Runge-Kutta solvers, and (2) tensor-product preconditioners for very high polynomial degrees.

(1) There are several advantages to using fully-coupled implicit Runge-Kutta schemes compared with traditional DIRK or BDF methods. However, such methods couple all of the Runge-Kutta stages, resulting in a much larger system of equations. We transform the resulting system of equations to maximize sparsity, and then develop several ILU-based preconditioners with favorable performance properties. These solvers have the additional advantage that they allow for parallelism across the stages.

(2) Furthermore, the DG method allows for arbitrary order of accuracy, according to the degree of polynomial approximation used. High-degree polynomials result in extremely restrictive CFL conditions, motivating the use of implicit solvers. We develop efficient solvers and preconditioners that exploit the natural tensor-product structure of quadrilateral and hexahedral grids in order to obtain methods with optimal computational complexity.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Seminar Room A , Ground Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
16:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Mathematical Modeling and Simulations in HemodynamicsProf. Adélia SequeiraJune 6, 2018 / 11:15ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations can provide an invaluable tool for the interpretation and analysis of the circulatory system functionality, in both pathological and healthy situations. However, although many substantial achievements have been made, most of the difficulties are still on the ground and represent major challenges for the coming years.

In this talk we introduce some mathematical models of the cardiovascular system and comment on their significance to yield realistic and accurate numerical results. They include fluid-structure interaction (FSI) models to account for blood flow in compliant vessels, analysis of absorbing boundary conditions to deal with the numerical spurious reflections due to the truncation of the computational domain and the geometrical multiscale approach to simulate the reciprocal interactions between local and systemic hemodynamics. Results on the simulation of some image-based patient-specific clinical applications will also be presented.

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Location:
Mathematikon, Conference Room (5/104), 5th Floor, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
11:15
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  On how to earn a living with optimizationProf. Frank Allgöwer14. Mai 2018, 15:00ECTS-Points: 0
Abstract, registration & information:
Vortrag anlässlich des 70. Geburtstags von Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Hans Georg Bock.

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Location:
Aula Alte Universität, Grabengasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Time:
15:00
ECTS-Points:
0
Workshop
info  Steuertipps für Doktoranden, Post-Docs und Masterstudenten – Kosten aus Promotion und Masterstudium geltend machen und Steuern sparenMLP Finanzdienstleistungen AG03.05.18, 18:00-21:00 UhrECTS-Points: 1
Abstract, registration & information:
„Heimfahrten, Laptop, Fachliteratur & Semesterbeiträge“; kurzum an nahezu allen Kosten, die euch vom Beginn des Masters bis zum Ende der Promotion begleiten, könnt ihr das Finanzamt beteiligen – sogar rückwirkend für die letzten Jahre.
Der Effekt: Eine bis zu 5-stellige Steuerrückerstattung fließt nach dem Berufseinstieg auf euer Konto.
Gleichzeitig gibt es wirtschaftliche Themen, die ihr in der Promotion/ im Master bewegen solltet, um frühzeitig und langfristig von wiederkehrenden Erstattungen zu profitieren. Dies wird ebenfalls aufgezeigt und besprochen.
Inhalt
Nach dem Training werden die Teilnehmer:
- die Vorgehensweise kennen, wie sie ihre Studienkosten rückerstattet bekommen.
- für sich wichtige Finanzthemen erkennen und einen der größten Steuerhebel nutzen können.
- wissen, wie sie einen Verlustvortrag generieren & Werbungskosten und Sonderausgaben steueroptimiert einordnen können.
Rahmendaten
- min. Teilnehmerzahl 12 / max. Teilnehmerzahl 18 / Dauer: 3h

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Bitte beachten: Bei Anmeldung ist eine Email-Adresse mit anzugeben, damit im Nachgang eine Teilnahmebestätigung per Mail verschickt werden kann.
Location:
Bahnhofstraße 42, 69115 Heidelberg, Deutschland
Time:
18:00
ECTS-Points:
1
info  Speech & Vocaltraining "Voice matters"Hilde WeegJune 11, 2018 9:00-17:00 and June 12, 2018 9:00-12:00ECTS-Points: 1
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Voice matters!
Speech- & Vocaltraining
How do people learn? There_s the internet, there are books, of course. But most of the information we draw on, has originally been transmitted by the human voice: We learn while we listen to others. For teaching - and for many other activities - the way people talk is therefore essential for success.
One_s own voice is the most personal way of expressing oneself, too - and much more than just a "carrier of information" while lecturing, delivering a speech or in discussions. The human voice is in fact "the social medium no. 1". To bring the message across should therefore also take the speech qualities and one_s relation to the audience into account. If one_s voice is too low, raspy or breathy - or if one just talks too fast, people will not listen - even though the content is meaningful and important.
In this workshop, participants will explore their own voice qualities and speaking potentials in order to facilitate understanding - and to bring their messages across in a more convincing way. The methods and exercises - carefully chosen for the specific conditions of scientific life - include rhetorical, linguistic and communicational elements, with video-recording and professional feedback.

Please register here

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Location:
Mathematikon, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, SR 12, 69120 Heidelberg
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
1
info  Assessment Center – Die wichtigsten Übungen, die besten LösungenDenny Baytar & David Zumstein Senior Financial Consultants bei MLP Finanzdienstleistungen AG29.05.18, 17:00-21:00 UhrECTS-Points: 1
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Hochschulabsolventen werden in Bewerbungsverfahren nicht selten mit einem Assessment Center (AC) konfrontiert. Mit Hilfe von verschiedenen Übungen, Aufgaben und Tests werden die Fähigkeiten und Kompetenzen der AC-Teilnehmerinnen im Rahmen eines Bewerberauswahlverfahrens eingeschätzt. Ziel dieses Workshops ist es, den Teilnehmern neben Vorbereitungsstrategien ein sicheres und überzeugendes Auftreten sowohl im Vorstellungsgespräch als auch im AC beizubringen.

Inhalt:
- Die Teilnehmer durchlaufen reale Übungen wie Selbstpräsentation, Rollenspiel, Vorstellungsgespräch, Stressinterview.
- Sie lernen sicherer und souveräner aufzutreten.
- Die Teilnehmer erfahren Techniken, einen Vortrag packender zu gestalten.
- Durch Übungen wird die Schlagfertigkeit im Gespräch und vor der Gruppe erhöht.
Nach dem Seminar werden die Teilnehmer:
- Souverän und sicher vor der Gruppe präsentieren.
- Körpersprache und Gesagtes besser verbinden können.
- Mit ihren neuen Kompetenzen aus der Masse hervorstechen.
- Ein präziseres Sprachbild haben.
- Sich auf das nächste Assessmentcenter oder Vorstellungsgespräch freuen!

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Location:
Bahnhofstraße 42, 69115 Heidelberg, Deutschland
Time:
17:00
ECTS-Points:
1
info  Steuertipps für Doktoranden, Post-Docs und Masterstudenten – Kosten aus Promotion und Masterstudium geltend machen und Steuern sparenMLP Finanzdienstleistungen AG25.06.18, 18:00-21:00 UhrECTS-Points: 1
Abstract, registration & information:
„Heimfahrten, Laptop, Fachliteratur & Semesterbeiträge“; kurzum an nahezu allen Kosten, die euch vom Beginn des Masters bis zum Ende der Promotion begleiten, könnt ihr das Finanzamt beteiligen – sogar rückwirkend für die letzten Jahre.
Der Effekt: Eine bis zu 5-stellige Steuerrückerstattung fließt nach dem Berufseinstieg auf euer Konto.
Gleichzeitig gibt es wirtschaftliche Themen, die ihr in der Promotion/ im Master bewegen solltet, um frühzeitig und langfristig von wiederkehrenden Erstattungen zu profitieren. Dies wird ebenfalls aufgezeigt und besprochen.
Inhalt
Nach dem Training werden die Teilnehmer:
- die Vorgehensweise kennen, wie sie ihre Studienkosten rückerstattet bekommen.
- für sich wichtige Finanzthemen erkennen und einen der größten Steuerhebel nutzen können.
- wissen, wie sie einen Verlustvortrag generieren & Werbungskosten und Sonderausgaben steueroptimiert einordnen können.
Rahmendaten
- min. Teilnehmerzahl 12 / max. Teilnehmerzahl 18 / Dauer: 3h

Anmeldung https://doodle.co/poll/u7f9tmcahfvege88

Bitte beachten: Bei Anmeldung ist eine Email-Adresse mit anzugeben, damit im Nachgang eine Teilnahmebestätigung per Mail verschickt werden kann.
Location:
Bahnhofstraße 42, 69115 Heidelberg, Deutschland
Time:
18:00
ECTS-Points:
1
info  Gehaltsverhandlungstraining zum JobstartMLP Finanzdienstleistungen AG19.04.18 18:00-21:00ECTS-Points: 1
Abstract, registration & information:
Jeder sollte verdienen, was er wert ist. Dafür ist es notwendig, seinen eigenen
Marktwert zu kennen – gerade zum Berufseinstieg. Es erfordert einiges an Übung,
Werbung in eigener Sache zu betreiben, sich optimal auf das Gehaltsgespräch
vorzubereiten und dieses selbstbewusst durchzuführen. Im Seminar werden u.a. die
Do’s und Don’ts der Gehaltsverhandlung beleuchtet.
Als Exkurs erhalten die Teilnehmer die Möglichkeit ihre Schlagfertigkeit zu
verbessern und die Chance, erfolgreiche Strategien für die Gehaltsverhandlung
praktisch zu erproben. Anhand der Übungen ist der Bewerber bestens gerüstet für
jede Gehaltsverhandlung.

Inhalt:
- Expertentipps zur Vorbereitung und Durchführung eines erfolgreichen Gehaltsgesprächs
- Schlagfertigkeitstraining
- Viele praktische Übungen (z.B. Gehaltsgespräch als Rollenspiel)
- Welche Einflussmöglichkeiten habe ich wenn mein Einstiegsgehalt NICHT meinen Vorstellungen entspricht (Technik: Zeitversetztes Verhandeln)
Rahmendaten
- min. Teilnehmerzahl 12 / max. Teilnehmerzahl 18 / Dauer: 3h
Anmeldung:
https://doodle.com/poll/u7f9tmcahfvege88

Bitte beachten: Bei Anmeldung ist eine Email-Adresse mit anzugeben, damit im Nachgang eine Teilnahmebestätigung per Mail verschickt werden kann.
Location:
Bahnhofstraße 42, 69115 Heidelberg, Deutschland
Time:
18:00
ECTS-Points:
1