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Seminar WS 17/18 Graduate Seminar on Numerical Simulation

Offered by
Dr. Behrend Heeren

The seminar will take place on Tuesday, 16th and Wednesday 17th in room 2.040. The morning session will start at 10.00am and the afternoon session will start at 2.00pm.

Date Topic Paper Speaker
Tue morning CurvesMichor and Mumford, 2006 Miguel
Tue morning Geodesic calculusRumpf and Wirth, 2015 Matthias
Tue afternoon Images Berkels, Effland, Rumpf, 2015 Fedor
Tue afternoon Measures Benamou and Brenier, 2000 Pablo
Wed morning Solid bodies Fuchs et al., 2009 Paul
Wed morning Statistics Rumf and Wirth, 2011 Karen
Wed afternoon Splines Trouve and Vialard, 2012 Lisa
Wed afternoon Regression Fletcher, 2013 Nicholas


  • The major part of your paper should be presented on the black board. However, if there a are numerical results in the paper you are very welcome to show them at the end of your talk in a short beamer presentation.
  • The time-slot for each individual talk will be 90 minutes. However, in order to admit questions and a short break in between you should prepare a talk that is at most 60-75 minutes (including the beamer presentation of numerical experiments!).
  • The presentation is supposed to be in English, written hand-outs are welcome but optional (at most 2 pages).