The Heidelberg Graduate School of Mathematical and Computational Methods for the Sciences (HGS MathComp) at Heidelberg University is one of the leading graduate schools in Germany focusing on the complex topic of Scientific Computing. Located in a vibrant research environment, the school offers a structured interdisciplinary education for PhD students. The program supports students in pursuing innovative PhD projects with a strong application-oriented focus, ranging from mathematics, computer science, bio/life-sciences, physics, and chemical engineering sciences to cultural heritage. A strong focus is put on the mathematical and computational foundations: the theoretical underpinnings and computational abstraction and conception.
HGS MathComp Principal Investigators are leading experts in their fields, working on projects that combine mathematical and computational methodology with topical research issues. Individual mentoring for PhD candidates and career development programs ensure that graduates are fully equipped to take up top positions in industry and academia.
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Organizer: HGS MathComp
It would be great to see you at the mixer. Please feel free to share this invitation with other PhD and master students who might be interested.
See you at the HGS MathComp Mixer!
Michael & Rob
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Location: Mathematikon • Conference Room, Room 5/104, 5th Floor • Im Neuenheimer Feld 205 • 69120 Heidelberg
Registration: No registration required
Organizer: Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR)
The IWR Colloquium will be held as an in-person event at the Mathematikon. In addition it will be streamed via Zoom. For more information please visit the website of the colloquium.
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Location: INF 130.1, Seminar Room 01.105
Registration: Please register here
Organizer: Marsilius Kolleg
There is an alternative date for this course on January 17, 2024.
"Hooray, it’s happening: a journalist wants to do an interview about your research. Now what? Should you trust her? How to prepare? What are the ground rules? What to say, and how do you say it? And what not to say? In this hands-on workshop, we’re going to discuss and practice media interviews and draw lessons from the experience."