First Annual Colloquium 2009

Heidelberg Graduate School HGS MathComp

HGS MathComp held the first Annula Colloquium at the BioQuant in Heidelberg. Doctoral students, mentors, supervisors and guests took the opportunity and discussed in detail the projects and research areas currently represented in the graduate school. The after-work-party at the DAIprovided a different setting to continue discussions throughout the evening.

 

Quick Entry

July, 17th, 2008
During the Quick Entry Application three graduate students of HGS MathComp were accepted for a three year stipend period. Congratulations to Anamaria Bodea  (  AG Applied Analysis), Miriam Fritsche (  AG Theoretical Biophysics) and Patrick Sauer (  AG Multidimensional Image Processing).

Heinrich-Götze Stipend

April 14th, 2008
The Heidelberg Graduate School and the Athenaeum Dietrich-Götze-Foundation jointly advertise a Heinrich-Götze-stipend for a PhD student coming from China or Taiwan. All details on this stipend position can be given by the HGS office  .

Joint stipend selection in cooperation with ViroQuant

Heidelberg Graduate School HGS MathComp

November, 15th 2008

  ViroQuant and the HGS MathComp jointly selected three students to be funded by a three years doctoral stipend. All students who where selected in this cooperation will persue their research projects in the ViroQuant project and receive the training part of their education in the HGS MathComp program.

 

First Application Round

May, 30th, 2008
In the first application round for membership in the HGS MathComp held in May 2008 a total of 42 PhD students was selected and accepted. Together with 18 student members from IGK 710 and 10 student members from GK 850 the HGS MathComp currently has 70 doctoral students.

Executive Board Meeting

Heidelberg Graduate School HGS MathComp

April 4th, 2008
The Executive Board of the Heidelberg Graduate School held its first meeting. The Executive Board is the responsible for all decisions regarding scientific as well as administrative issues. It consists of the chairman, two vice-chairmen and five representatives of the different research areas of HGS.

Modeling Day

September, 21st 2008

The HGS MathComp officially announces the first   Modeling Day (Modellierungstag), taking place at Heidelberg University on November, 20th 2008. The Modeling Day, jointly organized by the Graduate School, the   IHK Rhein-Neckar and several companies from all around the Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar will focus on applications of modeling in industrial context and new directions for the modeling research.

Open positions: 2 Junior Professorships and 3 Head of Junior Research Group

May, 7th, 2008
The Heidelberg Graduate School MathComp announces the invitation for application for five open positions. The positions all aim at young research scientists to lead junior groups situated at the IWR, University of Heidelberg. For the details of application please visit the   open positions webpage.

Decisions on the Second Round of the Excellence Initiative Announced

Heidelberg Graduate School HGS MathComp

October 17th, 2007
Today the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) announced the results of the second round of the Excellence Initiative. We are proud to give notice that the Heidelberg Graduate School of Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences was successful and is selected for funding within the graduate school program!

News

HGS MathComp holds 1st Annual Colloquium

October, 10th 2009
HGS MathComp held the first Annula Colloquium at the   BioQuant in Heidelberg. Doctoral students, mentors, supervisors and guests took the opportunity and discussed in detail the projects and research areas currently represented in the graduate school. The after-work-party at the   DAI provided a different setting to continue discussions throughout the evening.

Joint stipend selection in cooperation with ViroQuant

November, 15th 2008
  ViroQuant and the HGS MathComp jointly selected three students to be funded by a three years doctoral stipend. All students who where selected in this cooperation will persue their research projects in the ViroQuant project and receive the training part of their education in the HGS MathComp program.

Modelling Day

September, 21st 2008
The HGS MathComp officially announces the first   Modeling Day (Modellierungstag), taking place at Heidelberg University on November, 20th 2008. The Modeling Day, jointly organized by the Graduate School, the   IHK Rhein-Neckar and several companies from all around the Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar will focus on applications of modeling in industrial context and new directions for the modeling research.

Quick Entry

July, 17th, 2008
During the Quick Entry Application three graduate students of HGS MathComp were accepted for a three year stipend period. Congratulations to Anamaria Bodea (  AG Applied Analysis), Miriam Fritsche (  AG Theoretical Biophysics) and Patrick Sauer (  AG Multidimensional Image Processing).

First Application Round

May, 30th, 2008
In the first application round for membership in the HGS MathComp held in May 2008 a total of 42 PhD students was selected and accepted. Together with 18 student members from IGK 710 and 10 student members from GK 850 the HGS MathComp currently has 70 doctoral students.

Open positions: 2 Junior Professorships and 3 Head of Junior Research Group

May, 7th, 2008
The Heidelberg Graduate School MathComp announces the invitation for application for five open positions. The positions all aim at young research scientists to lead junior groups situated at the IWR, University of Heidelberg. For the details of application please visit the    open positions webpage.

Heinrich-Götze Stipend

April 14th, 2008
The Heidelberg Graduate School and the Athenaeum Dietrich-Götze-Foundation jointly advertise a Heinrich-Götze-stipend for a PhD student coming from China or Taiwan. All details on this stipend position can be found on the   application page.

Executive Board Meeting

April 4th, 2008
The Executive Board of the Heidelberg Graduate School held its first meeting. The Executive Board is the responsible for all decisions regarding scientific as well as administrative issues. It consists of the chairman, two vice-chairmen and five representatives of the different research areas of HGS.

Decisions on the Second Round of the Excellence Initiative Announced

October 17th, 2007
Today the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) announced the results of the second round of the Excellence Initiative. We are proud to give notice that the Heidelberg Graduate School of Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences was successful and is selected for funding within the graduate school program!