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Congratulations Alexander von Lühmann!

Friday, 19. May 2017

We congratulate our BIMoS fellow Alexander von Lühmann as his paper

"M3BA: A Mobile, Modular, Multimodal Biosignal Acquisition Architecture for Miniaturized EEG-NIRS-Based Hybrid BCI and Monitoring" [1]

made the June 2017 cover of the Journal IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering [2].



BIMoS PhD Award 2017

Monday, 15. May 2017

The BIMoS Admissions Committee confers the BIMoS PhD Award 2017 to

Dr. Philipp Petersen [3], Senior Researcher in the Research Group “Applied Functional Analysis” at the TU Berlin


Prof. Dr. Gregor Wehinger [4], Professor for Chemical Process Dynamics at TU Clausthal.


Election of the BIMoS Executive Director

Wednesday, 19. April 2017

Lupe [5]

At its meeting on April 19, 2017, the BIMoS Members Assembly appointed Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok as BIMoS Executive Director for the next two years.

TU Intern article "Alle Stipendiaten angekommen"

The TU Intern published an article about the BIMoS fellows in the December 2016 issue which can be found in the e-paper: archiv.pressestelle.tu-berlin.de/tui/16dez/ [6]

Welcome Victor Bicalho!

Tuesday, 01. November 2016

Lupe [7]

BIMoS welcomes Victor Bicalho Civinelli de Almeida [8] as a new PhD Fellow. He will be working in the research group "Aero Engines" of Prof. Dr. Dieter Peitsch on his project "Aeroelastic numerical investigation of pressure disturbances induced by pulsed detonation combustion in gas turbine axial compressors".

IPODI Post-Doc Fellowships at TU Berlin

Lupe [9]

The fourth call for applications of the International Post-Doc Initiative (IPODI) of the Technische Universität Berlin is now open. The IPODI fellowship programme addresses outstanding female researchers of all nationalities and from all fields of research represented at the TU Berlin. IPODI fellows will find excellent research conditions in one of the seven faculties of the TU Berlin. IPODI awards Three Two-Year Postdoctoral Fellowships (All Disciplines). Application deadline: 5 January 2017. IPODI is co-funded by the European Union (Marie Curie Cofunding of Regional, National and International Programmes). For further information and application details visit: www.ipodi.tu-berlin.de [10].

Welcome Jean-Mathieu Teissier

Saturday, 01. October 2016

Lupe [11]

BIMoS welcomes Jean-Mathieu Teissier [12] as a new PhD Fellow. He will be working in the research group "Plasma-Astrophysics" of Prof. Dr. Wolf-Christian Müller on his project "Nonlinear dynamics of magnetic Helicity in supersonic magnetohydrodynamic turbulence".

Welcome Moreen Heiner

Saturday, 01. October 2016

Lupe [13]

BIMoS welcomes Moreen Heiner [14] as a new PhD Fellow. She will be working in the research group "Soil Protection" of Prof. Dr. Gerd Wessolek on her project "Modelling hydraulic properties of artificial soil-like substrates, made from wastes".


BIMoS would like to promote the important and manifold work of Femtec, an international career platform for women in natural and engineering sciences: www.femtec.org/de [15]

Congratulations Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok!

Lupe [16]

Our Scientific Director Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok has been appointed as a new member of the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften and we would like to cordially congratulate her!


Ombudsperson elected

Monday, 13. June 2016

Lupe [17]

We are happy to announce that the BIMoS Members Assembly elected Prof. Dr. Rudibert King [18] as the BIMoS Ombudsperson.

New Website

Friday, 15. April 2016

BIMoS now has a new website created with the TU Berlin-Software Typo3.

Welcome Ali Hashemi

Monday, 01. February 2016

Lupe [19]

BIMoS welcomes its third PhD Fellow Ali Hashemi [20] who will be working under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok [21] on his project "Compressed Sensing for Neuroimaging" starting on February 1st, 2016.

Congratulations Alexander von Lühmann!

Thursday, 12. November 2015

BIMoS congratulates its fellow Alexander von Lühmann to his first published paper in a peer-reviewed journal! On November 12th, 2015 his paper "Toward a Wireless Open Source Instrument: Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Mobile Neuroergonomics and BCI Applications" [22] was published in the Journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience Vol. 9, 2015.

Welcome Lia Strenge

Sunday, 01. November 2015

Lupe [23]

November 1st, 2015

BIMoS welcomes its second PhD Fellow Lia Strenge [24] who will be working under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Rudibert King [25] on her project "Modeling, control and simulation of coupled DC microgrids" starting on November 1st, 2015.

Welcome Alexander von Lühmann

Thursday, 01. October 2015

Lupe [26]

BIMoS welcomes its first PhD Fellow Alexander von Lühmann [27] who will be working under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Klaus-Robert Müller [28] on his project "Innovative multimodal methods of analysis and biosignal acquisition technology for mobile Human Machine Interfaces and brain research" starting on October 1st, 2015.

Report and Photos of the BIMoS Opening Ceremony

Wednesday, 19. November 2014

The BIMoS Opening Ceremony took place on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 in the Lichthof of the Technische Universität Berlin, organized by Dr. Baumgarten from the TU-Dialogplattform [29]. Prof. Sesterhenn [30], who is one of the scientific directors of BIMoS and guided through the program, could welcome more than 60 participants from all seven faculties. The program started with a welcome speech by Prof. Ittel [31] who is the vice president for international relations and teacher education of the TU Berlin. In her speech, she highlighted the key role which this graduate school will take in the future; in particular, to increase the internationality of graduate programs and to bring the seven faculties closer together. She also wished the BIMoS-Team all the best for a great start of their program and is looking forward to welcome the first international PhD students. The next speaker was the other scientific director of BIMoS, Prof. Kutyniok [32], who discussed the aims and contents of BIMoS. She emphasized that the role of the area of model- and simulation-based research and of highly interdisciplinary approaches to tackle the challenges posted by the 21th century. The TU Berlin as one of the largest technical universities in Germany has already a strong emphasis on mathematical modeling, simulation, and optimization; with this graduate school being a very natural and necessary continuation. She further discussed the contributions of the president and the seven faculties and highlighted as two aims

  1. the interactions between graduate students of TU Berlin of all seven faculties in this research area within a highly interdisciplinary and international environment, and
  2. the development of a platform for interactions even on a senior level to initiate new collaborations and use synergy energies.

The research focus in its full generality will be on the development of methodologies based on mathematical models to solve problems of diverse application areas as well as high interdisciplinarity. She also presented the organization of BIMoS, the program itself, and the planned activities such as a Distinguished Lecture Series. She finished her talk by showing a timeline for the start of BIMoS. This talk was followed by a talk by Prof. Mehrmann [33], who is the chair of DFG Research Center MATHEON [34] and of the Einstein Center for Mathematics Berlin [35] (ECMath). He showed the scientific environment of BIMoS, and started his talk by showing the Berlin scientific landscape. He then emphasized that MATHEON was organized around application areas rather than mathematical methodologies, and showed several illustrative examples of research, most of which would also be possible projects within BIMoS. One further highlight of the opening ceremony was the keynote talk by Prof. Gugercin [36] from Virginia Tech, USA, who spoke about the topic of "Model Reduction for Modeling and Simulation of Large-scale Dynamical Systems". In his talk, he discussed several exemplary problems such as modeling and simulating the heat in an air-conditioned class room, which also all fit within the research area of BIMoS. Throughout the ceremony, the Tesorino Duo played several pieces of music for piano and saxophone, delighting the audience. After the event, the TU-Dialogplattform served fingerfood and drinks, and most people from the audience stayed a long time for intense discussions. During the whole event, also several posters of research projects were presented showing exemplary research within BIMoS.

Following this link [37], you will find the photos of the BIMoS opening ceremony!

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