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Vorlesung “Advanced Methods in Computational Sciences”

The two-semester lecture (34846/ 36611) for doctoral and advanced MSc students related to Computational Sciences takes place every Tuesday, 2:15pm to 4pm, in the small lecture hall (4.04) of Physikalische Chemie, Klingelbergstrasse 80. From 1:15pm to 2pm, the computer room (2.11) on the ground floor of Physical Chemistry is available for work or exercises.

Performance review: In order to receive credit points for the two-semester lecture, all lectures must be attended!
You can earn 3 credit points per semester; a total of 6.

Fall semester 2018

Date Lecturer Topic
18.09.2018 Dennis Tröndle,
Helmut Harbrecht
Introduction to Matlab
25.09.2018

Rubén Cabezon,
Markus Meuwly

Introduction/ Programming in Fortran
02.10.2018

Rubén Cabezon,
Markus Meuwly

Introduction/ Programming in Fortran
09.10.2018

Rubén Cabezon

Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
16.10.2018

Rubén Cabezon

Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
23.10.2018

Rubén Cabezon

Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
30.10.2018

Stefan Goedecker

Optimization
06.11.2018

Stefan Goedecker

Optimization
13.11.2018

Stefan Goedecker

Optimization
20.11.2018

Stefan Goedecker

Optimization
27.11.2018

Rubén Cabezon

sciCORE in a nutshell & parallel computing / OpenMP
04.12.2018
06.12.2018

Anatole von Lilienfeld

Machine Learning in Atomistic Simulations

11.12.2018

Anatole von Lilienfeld

Machine Learning in Atomistic Simulations

18.12.2018

Anatole von Lilienfeld

Machine Learning in Atomistic Simulations

Spring semester 2019

DATUM DOZIERENDE TITEL
19.02.2019 Helmut Harbrecht Numerische Methoden Partieller Differentialgleichungen
Presentation
26.02.2019 Helmut Harbrecht Numerische Methoden Partieller Differentialgleichungen
Presentation
05.03.2019 Helmut Harbrecht Numerische Methoden Partieller Differentialgleichungen
Presentation
12.03.2019 Fasnacht – no lecture
19.03.2019 Martin Steinhauser Monte Carlo Simulations
26.03.2019 Martin Steinhauser Monte Carlo Simulations
02.04.2019 Martin Steinhauser Monte Carlo Simulations
09.04.2019 Richard Neher Stochastische & Probablistische Inferenzmethoden
16.04.2019 Erik van Nimwegen Stochastische & Probablistische Inferenzmethoden
23.04.2019 Mihaela Zavolan Stochastische & Probablistische Inferenzmethoden

30.04.2019

D. Maringer Evolutionary computation & simulation in economics

07.05.2019
Grosser Hörsaal Physikalische Chemie 3.10

D. Maringer Evolutionary computation & simulation in economics
14.05.2019 Malte Helmert

State-Space Search & Action Planning

21.05.2019 Malte Helmert

State-Space Search & Action Planning

28.05.2019 Erik van Nimwegen Stochastische & Probablistische Inferenzmethoden

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