Darmstadt is well prepared for the future…

Prognos_Darmstadt According to a recent study of Prognos Darmstadt is the city with the 9th highest potential in Germany. In a similar study of IW Consult Darmstadt was even number one. The reasons were similar, for example: many young and well educated inhabitants with background in mathematics, natural sciences or engineering. Wirtschaftswoche said “Hier profitiert Darmstadt von seiner 1877 gegründeten Technischen Universität. Hinzu kommt die Sogwirkung auf High Potentials durch drei Fraunhofer-Institute und das GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, das gerade den Bau eines gigantischen Teilchenbeschleunigers vorbereitet.

New Papers in IEEE Trans. Magn. Vol. 52 Issue 3

IEEE Transactions on MagneticsOur publications in Transactions on Magnetics 52 issue 3 are online:
  • Zeger Bontinck, Herbert De Gersem und Sebastian Schöps. ”Response Surface Models for the Uncertainty Quantification of Eccentric Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines“. Article #7203404. . IEEE Trans. Magn. 52.3, 2016. ISSN: 0018-9464. doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2015.2491607.
  • David Duque und Sebastian Schöps. ”An Error-Correction Scheme for the Electro-Thermal Modelling of Device Structures“. Article #7207204. IEEE Trans. Magn. 52.3, 2016. ISSN: 0018-9464. doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2015.2480439.
  • Christian Richter, Sebastian Schöps, Jennifer Dutine, Robert Schreiber und Markus Clemens. ”Transient Simulation of Nonlinear Electro-Quasistatic Field Problems Accelerated by Multiple GPUs“. English. Article #9401204. IEEE Trans. Magn. 52.3, 2016. ISSN: 0018-9464. doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2015.2466602.

DFG Scientific Network funded: UQ for Cavities

The German Research Foundation (DFG) has granted the scientific network an

Uncertainty quantification techniques and stochastic models for superconducting radio frequency cavities

with the partners Korinna Brackebusch (Uni Rostock), Jacopo Corno (TU Darmstadt), Johann Heller (Uni Rostock), Toon Roggen (CERN), Ulrich Römer (TU Darmstadt), Christian Schmidt (Uni Rostock), Sebastian Schöps (TU Darmstadt) and Dr. Alexey Sulimov (DESY).

Invited Article for the ICS Newsletter

Markus Clemens and I have written an invited article on coupled problems for the current newsletter of the International Compumag Society:

M. Clemens, S. Schöps, C. Cimala, N. Gödel, S. Runke und D. Schmidthäusler Aspects of Coupled Problems in Computational Electromagnetics Formulations Invited technical article. ICS Newsletter (International Compumag Society), 19(2):3-12 November 2012 ISSN: 1026-0854. Continue reading

BMBF Verbund SOFA Jahrestreffen 2012

Am Freitag 5. Oktober 2012, ab 8:00 Uhr, findet das Jahrestreffen des BMBF Verbundprojekts “Gekoppelte Simulation und Optimierung für robustes virtuelles Fahrzeugdesign” statt. Ich habe zu den Arbeitspaketen AP1: Feldsimulation (Prof. Clemens) und AP2: Kopplung (Prof. Günther) beigetragen. Das Treffen findet statt an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal, Bendahler Straße 29, Raum 4.06, 42285 Wuppertal.

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Professorship at the Graduate School CE

Graduate School CESince June 2012 I am working as Junior-Professor at the Graduate School of Computational Engineering at the TU Darmstadt. The position is affiliated with the Computational Electromagnetics Laboratory TEMF (Theorie Elektromagnetischer Felder). My new office is located in the building S4|10, Dolivostraße 15, D-64293 Darmstadt.

My website at the Graduate School CE:
www.graduate-school-ce.de/index.php?id=481.