BIMoS Distinguished Lecture
For the BIMoS Distinguished Lecture an internationally recognized scientist in the general field of modeling and simulation is invited.
Mentioned BIMoS Distinguished Lecture takes place in room H 3005 main building of the TU Berlin in Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin.
Due due the current situation BIMoS Distinguished Lectures will take place in a virtual format.
Upcoming BIMoS Distinguished Lectures
Winter term 2020/2021
Previous BIMoS Distinguished Lectures
Winter term 2019/2020
Title: "Can everything be computed? Shannon and Turing meet Modeling"
Prof. Dr. Holger Boche  (Technical University Munich)
Summer term 2019
Title: "From differential equations to deep learning for image processing. How mathematics can help to conserve paintings and trees."
Prof. Dr. Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb  (University of Cambridge)
Winter Term 2018/2019
Title: "Recent Theoretical and Computational Advances in the Optimization of Process Systems under Uncertainty"
Prof. Dr. Ignacio E. Grossmann  (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh)
Summer Term 2018
Title: "What Can Deep Learning Learn from Linear Regression "
Prof. Dr. Benjamin Recht (UC Berkeley, EECS)
Winter Term 2017/18
"The promise of Infrared Spectroscopy"
Prof. Dr. Chandrajit Bajaj (U Texas)
Summer Term 2017
"Mathematical Mysteries of Deep Neural Networks"
Prof. Dr. Stéphane Mallat (École Supérieure Normale)
Winter Term 2016/17
"Models, Scales, Data"
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dahmen (RWTH Aachen)
Summer Term 2016
"Navier-Stokes-Fokker-Planck systems: modelling, analysis and computation"
Prof. Dr. Endre Süli (U Oxford)
Winter term 2015/16
“Mathematical models for the cardiovascular system: numerical simulation, control and optimization, clinical applications”
Prof. Dr. Alfio Quarteroni (EPFL)
BIMoS OfficeTechnische Universität Berlin
Berlin International Graduate School for Model and Simulation based Research (BIMoS)
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