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.
Morgen und übermorgen (14.-15.11.2013) findet in Rostock der Workshop “Education in Computational Science and Engineering” statt. Er soll an die Arbeit der Arbeitsgemeinschaft
Computational Engineering (CE) / Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) anknüpfen.
To celebrate the academic year 2011/12 the presidium of the Technical University of Darmstadt organized the annual Sommerfest
in the Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg-Haus. During this ceremony the new professors and their research areas were introduced. This included my junior professorship for Computational Engineering at the Graduate School CE.
Since 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:
I just came back from the “International Multi-Scale Workshop 2010” in Darmstadt. I gave an invited talk on co-simulation (convergence of dynamic iteration schemes).
You can find the abstract of my talk and more information at the website of the Graduate School of Computational Engineering, Darmstadt.