Heidelberg Graduate School HGS MathComp

HGS MathComp Curriculum

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Core Courses
Compact Courses
info  Training für interdisziplinäre KompetenzenSimone Brandstädter ECTS-Points: not yet determined
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Time:
10:00
ECTS-Points:
not yet determined
info  Introduction to awk programming 2016Michael Herbst 15th to the 17th August 2016, 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ECTS-Points: 2
Abstract, registration & information:
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Location:
Mathematikon, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205
Time:
9:30
ECTS-Points:
2

Workshops & Schools
Workshops
info  CryptopartyNoName e.V. May 11 - June 22, 2016, Tuesdays, 18:30 ECTS-Points: 0
Link for more information Location:
verschiedene
Time:
18:30
ECTS-Points:
0
info  Designing Research PostersDr. Sita Schanne May 25, 2016 & June 1, 2016, 9:15-12:30 ECTS-Points: 2
Abstract, registration & information:
Research Posters have to meet several requirements: raising attention for your research project through an attractive design, summarizing the relevant information concisely and self-explaining, and generating a discussion about your work.
In the workshop you will learn about basic design aspects of research posters and receive feedback on your own draft. The course content will be as following:

- Part 1: „Design“– reducing complex content; layout principles; use of visual elements; technical tips; working on a first draft
- In-between: creating your own poster
- Part 2: short presentations; feedback on drafts/posters

You may bring along posters in English or German. Please note that software related questions (e.g. MS Powerpoint, InDesign, …) are not addressed in the course.

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here
Location:
Mathematikon, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, Seminarraum 12 (5.floor)
Time:
9:15
ECTS-Points:
2
info  Presenting Research ResultsDr. Sita Schanne June 20 & 21, 2016, 9:00-16:30 ECTS-Points: 2
Abstract, registration & information:
An important part in research is presenting your results. This course will help you to prepare for the presentation of your research in seminars, at conferences or in your disputation. In the course we will work on the following topics:

-How do I structure my talk to make it more effective?
-How do I use media efficiently?
-What do I have to bear in mind to address my audience most effectively?
-How can I improve my performance through feedback?

The course requires participants to be actively involved by giving a presentation. Therefore you are expected to prepare a short presentation on your research topic beforehand or after the first day of the workshop.
Systematic feedback (from the group, the tutor, and video) will help you to recognize your strengths and weaknesses, to try out new presentation strategies and thus to improve your presentation skills.
Please note: This is not a language course.

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here
Location:
Seminarraum 314, Bergheimer Straße 20, 69115 Heidelberg
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
2
info  Basic Principles of Teaching at University LevelDr. Sita Schanne July 18 & 19, 2016, 9:00-16:30 ECTS-Points: 2
Abstract, registration & information:
Teaching undergraduate students is an effective way to enhance your own knowledge about your research field. Additionally, you develop communication skills relevant for a career within or outside academia.

This two-day course covers the basics of professional University teaching. You will improve your methodological knowledge about the teaching–learning interaction and how that setting can be influenced effectively. The aim is to reach a level of learner-centered teaching that leads to a deep-level learning approach on the side of the students. Hence, interaction with and motivation of the students is in the focus of this course.

- Basic principles of teaching and learning
- Understanding your role as a teacher
- Didactical planning of a course or lesson
- Defining learning objectives – designing learning activities
- Co-operative learning

The course work comprises of short inputs, discussion, group work and individual reflection of personal experiences. Participants are asked to be actively involved in the course by working on their own teaching tasks.

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here
Location:
Seminarzentrum Bergheimer Straße 58, 69115 Heidelberg
Time:
9:00
ECTS-Points:
2
info  Structure-from-Motion: Mit der Kamera zum 3D-ModellChristian Seitz August 11-12, 2016, 9h30-17h00 ECTS-Points: 0
Abstract, registration & information:
Verschiedene Kameras und die Grundlagen des Fotografierens werden vorgestellt. Dabei wird auf Blenden- und Zeitautomatik sowie Sensorgröße und ISO-Wert eingegangen. Beleuchtung, Stativ und Drehteller werden als Hilfsmittel genannt, um dann auf die speziellen Anforderungen beim Aufnehmen von 3D-Objekten einzugehen. In einem praktischen Teil macht man sich selbst mit verschiedenen Kameras vertraut und versucht unterschiedliche Beispielobjekte aufzunehmen. Über Nacht wird die vom IWR bereitgestellte kommerzielle Software aus den ca. sieben unterschiedlichen Fotoserien 3D-Objekte berechnen, die dann am nächsten Tag beurteilt werden können. Anhand der im Programm vorgesehenen Nachbearbeitung der Einzelbilder können nochmal bessere Ergebnisse erzielt werden.

Do, 11. August, 9h30, Seminarraum 10
9h30 - 12h30: Theorie der Fotografie mit praktischen Tipps in Bezug auf SfM-Fotogrfie
= Mittagspause =
13h30 - 17h00: Fotografieren von Beispielobjekten, eigene Fotos aufbereiten und 3D-Modellberechnung starten

Fr, 12. August, 9h30, Seminarraum 10 und Virtual Reality Raum 05.103
9h30 - 12h30: Theorie der Entfernungsbestimmung, Algorithmen zur Berechnungen der 3D-Modelle
= Mittagspause =
13h30 - 16h00: Beurteilung der Ergebnisse vom Vortag, Nachbearbeitung und Programmbedienung


Vom Dozenten und vom Graphiklabor des IWR werden verschiedene Kameras und Objektive zur Verfügung gestellt, aber auch eigene Kameras können mitgebracht und gegen die vorhandenen Systeme getestet werden.
Location:
MATHEMATIKON, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, SR 10 (05.101) und Virtual Reality Raum (05.103)
Time:
9:30
ECTS-Points:
0
Schools
info  Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computingvarious April 04 - 08, 2016 ECTS-Points: 3
Abstract, registration & information:
The summer school is jointly organized by IWR, Universität Heidelberg, Germany and the Department for Applied Mathematics, Walailak University, Thailand. The school brings together experts from Germany and Thailand to lecture on various topics of Scientific Computing.
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Location:
NECTEC, the National Electronics and Computer Technology Center in Bangkok, Thailand
Time:
9:45
ECTS-Points:
3