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 Courses


 

Lecture series


Winter term 2018/2019

CS No

Type/Hours

ECTS

Title/Contents

Instructor(s)

  800971  VU/2
 2

Science communication (for computational sciences)
Contents: Goals and methods of public relations and science communication; internal / external / community communication; methods of PR with practical exercises and examples (press releases, brief talks, public discussions, visualisation, ...); development and preparation of own activities for presentation of the research area „Scientific computing“ in the anniversary year 2019

Kendl, Ostermann, N.N.

 

Summer term 2019

CS No

Type/Hours

ECTS

Title/Contents

Instructor(s)

  800971 VU/2 2
Scientific Computing in industry and economy
Contents: Methodological and mathematical foundations of machine learning and big data; Neural networks and deep learning; Solution algorithms, software and numerical implementation; Applications within and outside of scientific computing; Role for modeling and connections to expert knowledge and numerical simulations; Critical, even philosophical, examination of possibilities, limits, and risks
Haltmeier, Ostermann, Probst, N.N.

 

Winter term 2017/18,  Summer term 2017

CS No

Type/Hours

ECTS

Title/Contents

Instructor(s)

 800971  VU/2 2

Work after academia
Contents: Scientific Computing in industry and economy

Hofstetter, Liedl, Ostermann, Rauch
 800971 VU/2 2

Modelling and Reality
Contents: Modeling including philosophical aspects (Topics as e. g. „What is modelling?“)

Ostermann, Haltmeier, Harders, Kendl, Lackner, Liedl, Oberguggenberger, Probst, Lenhard (extern)


DK CIM retreats 2017/18


Tuesday, June 5, 2018: 14.00 - 17.00, ICT, SR 1

Monday, January 22,  2018: 9:45 - 11:00, ICT, SR 2

Wednesday, December 6, 2017: 09:00 - 13:00, ICT, SR 1

Thursday, October 12, 2017:  9:00 – 11:00, Campus Technik, ICT, SR 1

 

 

DK CIM research clusters


- Deep learning (Haltmeier M.)

- Finite elements - large deformations (Gamnitzer P.)

- Multiscale modelling (Lackner R.)

- Stochastics (Oberguggenberger M./Ostermann A.)

 

DK CIM winter schools

The aim of the DK CIM winter schools are the presentation and discussion of your PhD work with an interdisciplinary focus.

 

DK CIM winter school 2019


 January 28-31, UZE Obergurgl

 

 

DK CIM winter school 2018


 March 4-7, 2018, UZE Obergurgl

Talks  were given by:

-Michael Fink, ZID, University of Innsbruck
-Marlis Hochbruck, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
-Alexander Kaiser, University of Innsbruck
-Maren Podewitz, University of Innsbruck

 

Programme

 

DK CIM winter school 2017


Feb. 5-8, 2017, UZE Obergurgl

Talks were given by:

- Christian Bucher, TU Wien "slangTNG-Scriptable Software for Stochastic Structural Analysis"
- Lukas Einkemmer & Martina Prugger,  "HPC Systems in Austria and Europe"
- Michael Fink, ZID "Impressions from the International Supercomputing Conference 2016"
- Peter Thoman, Institute for Computer Sciences "Programming Models for large-scale Parallelism" 


Programme

 

 Acknowledgement in publications


If you publish an article in a journal or conference paper, please acknowledge the DK CIM with the following sentence:

"The author was partially supported by the Doctoral Programme Computational Interdisciplinary Modelling (DK CIM)."