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We have updated the webpage collecting the efforts in the field of scientific computing related to SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19 @FAU. As Zentralinstitut for Scientific Computing, we provide a platform to promote your COVID-19 modelling and simulation activities and to get in contact with other researchers...

The Annual Sparse Days meeting is an informal one or two days event hosted by Cerfacs, in Toulouse, France and is proposed this year only as a virtual event. Talks on any aspect covered by the title on numerical linear algebra, sparse optimization and on data assimilation fit well with some of th...

The Coronavirus life cycle is dependent on the biological macromolecules the virus produces – from the spikes on its surface to replication in the host cell and suppression of its immune system. Knowing the structures of these molecules is therefore crucial to find a cure. We are an international te...

it is our pleasure to announce an ad-hoc ZISC-Symposium on Algorithms for Linear Algebra  (aka: Frankonian “Sparse Days”) with three guests speakers visiting the Lehrstuhl für Simulation (LSS, Inf 10) this week.   Time: Thursday, November 28,  13:15 – 17:00 o'clock Room: ZISC Seminar...

David Silvester (Chair in Numerical Analysis, The University of Manchester (currently on sabbatical at Universität Heidelberg) is giving a seminar talk entitled "Bespoke stochastic Galerkin approximation of nearly incompressible elasticity" November, 14th, 2019, 2:15 pm ZISC seminar room 0.02-...

Thomas Hammerschmidt (Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation (ICAMS), Ruhr-Universität Bochum) is giving a seminar talk entitled "Prediction of structural stability: From structure maps to machine learning" Thursday, June 27th, 2019, 2:00 - 3:00 pm Materials Science, seminar...