- A. Pels, R. Sabariego, S. Schöps – Solving Multirate Partial Differential Equations using hat Finite Element basis functions
- U. Römer, C. Schmidt, U. Van Rienen, S. Schöps – Low-Dimensional Stochastic Modeling of the Electrical Properties of Biological Tissues (Preprint)
- J. Dutiné, M. Clemens, S. Schöps – Multiple Right-Hand Side Techniques in Semi-Explicit Time Integration Methods for Transient Eddy Current Problems (Preprint)
- M. Eller, S. Reitzinger, S. Schöps, S. Zaglmayr – A Reduced Basis Approach for Broadband Maxwell Simulations
- I. Niyonzima, M. Clemens, S. Schöps – Investigation of the Time Integration Methods on the Parareal Method for Field Computation of Eddy Currents Problems
URSI Commission B’s International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS 2016) has been held from 14–18 August 2016 in Espoo, Finland. We presented in the Session of numerical time domain methods on Monday the contribution “An Application of ParaExp to Electromagnetic Wave Problems” (Melina Merkel, Innocent Niyonzima and Sebastian Schöps).Continue reading
- Recent developments and applications of isogeometric methods
- Mathematical modeling and simulation for nanoelectronic coupled problems (nanoCOPS)
- Stochastic PDEs and uncertainty quantification with applications in engineering
- Wednesday, 10:00 – 10:20: Finite-Element Techniques for Foil-Winding Modelling (H. De Gersem, S. Schöps)
- Wednesday, 10:20 – 10:40: On the Use of Isogeometric Analysis in Electrical Engineering (J. Corno, A. Pels, C. de Falco, S. Schöps)
- Wednesday, 11:00 – 11:20: Explicit time integration of eddy current problems with a weakly gauged Schur complement vector potential formulation (J. Dutiné, M. Clemens, C. Richter, S. Schöps, G. Wimmer)
OctConf 2015 ended yesterday with a visit to GSI, Darmstadt. The conference was a great success featuring well-known core developers and some new faces from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, UK, US, Switzerland and Venezuela, respectively. The meeting set a new record in the number of participants and underlines the activity of the Octave community.
OctConf is the annual GNU Octave developer’s conference. It aims at bringing together enthusiasts from all over the world. If you want to read more, then go to
One week to OctConf, t-shirts have been delivered, posters and name badges have been printed. The only missing piece is the video stream and it will be set up next week and announced at http://wiki.octave.org/OctConf_2015.
Some more information on OctConf (in German) can be found at http://www.etit.tu-darmstadt.de.