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  • Carsten Burstedde’s article on the p4est software for parallel adaptive mesh refinement has been published by SIAM News. Head over to his group page for more information or read the article here.
  • The 6th Workshop for Sparse Grids and Applications (SGA) in 2020 will be organized by the INS and held in Bonn. Visit the official website for Registration and further information.
  • Simon Kollecker was honored by the “Bonner Mathematische Gesellschaft” for his Bachelor’s Thesis.
  • In 2019 there were two laureates for the Ada-Lovelace-Prize. Vera Weber for her Bachelor’s Thesis and Karen Fischhuber for her Master’s Thesis. We wish to congratulate both for their outstanding work.
  • We welcome Prof. Joscha Gedicke as a new member of the INS.
  • The applications for the open W2-professorship are now ongoing, see jobs.
  • Prof. Feischl has left the INS and moved to TU Wien.
  • Andrea Cremer is awarded the Ada-Lovelace-Prize 2018 for her Bachelor’s Thesis. The INS congratulates and wishes her good luck for her future scientific endeavours.
  • We welcome Prof. Michael Feischl as a new member of the INS.
  • The research group of Prof. Sven Beuchler has moved to the University of Hannover.
  • Philipp Morgenstern was selected to be a GAMM Junior.
  • From 13th till 17th of February 2017 the 7th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation will take place at the University of Sydney (Australia). See the conference page for more details.
  • Dr. Mira Schedensack wins the Humbold Preis 2016 and the Marthe-Vogt-Preis for her dissertation “A class of mixed finite element methods based on the Helmholtz decomposition in computational mechanics.”
  • The INS supports the STE||AR group at the Google Summer of Code 2016.