Lunch Seminars

In general (during the semester), every Tuesday, 12:15 - 13:15, MathCCES seminar room 1090|328. In our lunch seminar we have informal talks of internal and external colleagues and guests during the semester.
Everybody interested in the talks is welcome!
Please bring your own lunch.

Program Winter Term 2019/20

8 October 2019:
Speaker: Erik Torres, University of Minnesota, USA
Title: Comparison of Spectral-Lagrangian and direct simulation Monte Carlo method for solving the Boltzmann equation

15 October 2019:
Speaker: Lambert Theisen, RWTH
Title: Simulation of Non-Equilibrium Gas Flows Using the FEniCS Computing Platform (Master Thesis)

22 October 2019:
Speaker: Antoine Levitt, Ecole des ponts and INRIA
Title: Convergence analysis of methods for Kohn-Sham density functional theory

29 October 2019:
Speaker: Edilbert Christhuraj, RWTH
Title: Stochastic solution algorithms for Burgers and Navier-Stokes equations (Master Thesis)

5 November 2019:
Speaker: Marlies Pirner, University of Vienna, Austria
Title: Boltzmann-BGK-Models for Gas Mixtures

12 November 2019:
Speaker: Georgii Oblapenko, UT Austin
Title: Hybridize Discrete Velocity Schemes with DSMC

19 November 2019:
Speaker: Matthias Kirchhart, MathCCES, RWTH
Title: Vorticity Inversion in Bounded Domains

26 November 2019:
Speaker: Mohsen Sadr, MathCCES, RWTH
Title: Coupling continuum and kinetic scales using data-driven Maximum Entropy Distribution

3 December 2019:
Speaker: Geneviève Dusson, Université de Franche-Comté and CNRS
Title: Interatomic Potentials from Symmetry-Adapted Polynomials

10 December 2019:
Speaker: Ullika Scholz, FU Berlin
Title: Spline Approximation of Distribution Functions for Kinetic Theory

17 December 2019:
Speaker: Antonio Figueroa, AICES, RWTH
Title: TBA

7 January 2020:
Speaker: Philippe Chatelain, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Title: Vortex Particle-Mesh methods: recent advances and applications

14 January 2020:
Speaker: Tuan Vo, MathCCES, RWTH
Title: Mathematical modelling for all-solid-state battery: Structural tensor and the coupled electro-elastic problem

21 January 2020:
Speaker: Andrea Hanke, MathCCES
Title: Spectral-Hermite Approximation of the Boltzmann Collision Operator

28 January 2020:
Speaker: Julian Köllermeier, KU Leuven, Belgium
Title: Moment Models based on Spline Functions

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