Felix Wolf from GSCE/TEMF has received the “Young Scientist Best Paper Award” of the Kleinheubacher Tagung on “Radio Science” which took place September 24-26, 2018. The prize has been awarded for the paper “Isogeometric Discretisations of the Electric Field Integral Equation” by Felix Wolf, Jürgen Dölz, Stefan Kurz and Sebastian Schöps. Continue reading →
The 20th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry concluded on June, 22nd in Budapest, Hungary. The conference series is devoted to enforce the interaction between academy and industry, leading to innovations in both fields. These events have attracted leading experts from business, science and academia, and have promoted the application of novel mathematical technologies to industry. We organized a minisymposium on “Simulation, Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification of Field/Circuit Problems for E-Mobility Applications” and contributed three scientific talks
- Kulchytska-Ruchka, Iryna ; Schöps, Sebastian ; Gander, Martin J. ; Niyonzima, Innocent : Convergence analysis of Parareal for systems with discontinuous inputs.
- Cortes Garcia, Idoia ; De Gersem, Herbert ; Schöps, Sebastian :
Generalised elements for the analysis of field/circuit coupled systems.
- Bontinck, Zeger ; Corno, Jacopo ; Schöps, Sebastian ; De Gersem, Herbert :
Iso-Geometric Analysis as a Tool for Simulating Electrical Machines.
The 11th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields, EMF 2018, was hosted in Darmstadt and concluded on Friday. The purpose of the Symposium was to throw a bridge between recent research advances in mathematical and numerical modelling of electromagnetic fields and the growing number of industrial problems requiring such techniques. There were 95 participants from 19 countries and 3 invited talks. The participants gave 26 oral presentations, presented 53 posters and drank 700 cups of coffee. Already these numbers imply that the conference was a great success. Now, we are looking forward to meet our colleagues in Marseille for the next edition organized by André Nicolet
New papers from the STEAM collaboration with CERN, presented at the 25th International Conference on Magnet Technology have been accepted for publication by IEEE
The 4th International Conference on Computational Engineering takes place from Thursday, September 28, to Friday, September 29, 2017 at the darmstadtium conference center next to Technische Universität Darmstadt. The conference is organized by the Graduate School of Computational Engineering at TU Darmstadt together with the International Graduate School of Science and Engineering at Technical University of Munich, the Stuttgart Research Center for Simulation Technology at University of Stuttgart and the Aachen Institute for Advanced Study in Computational Engineering Science at RWTH Aachen University. Continue reading →
2017 took place in Daejeon (South Korea) from June 18-22, 2017. It is one of the most important conferences in the field of computational electromagnetics. Our other contributions were very well received (9 posters and 2 oral presentations). We received two awards, in particular Radoslav Jankoski has won a best poster award for his contribution “The Impact of Spatial Uncertainties in the Magnetic Reluctivity on the Field Quality of a Combined Function Magnet”. Continue reading →
The 11th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields, EMF 2018, will be held in Darmstadt (Germany) from 10 to 12 April 2018. The purpose of the Symposium is to throw a bridge between recent research advances in mathematical and numerical modelling of electromagnetic fields and the growing number of industrial problems requiring such techniques. Do not miss the chance to take part, the call for papers will open soon. Abstracts should be submitted by 24 November 2017! Continue reading →
The Seventeenth Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation
is currently held in Miami. We are contributing with two talks and three posters
- 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
The 3rd International Workshop on Order-Reduction Methods for Mechanics of Materials (WORM 2016) took place from Aug 29th – Wed, Aug 31st, 2016 in Bad Herrenalb, Germany. We presented recent results on domain decomposition and model order reduction in the context of Isogeometric analysis
(IGA); title: Towards Reduced Order Modelling of Resonant Cavities for Particle Accelerators discretized by IGA; authors: Corno, de Falco and Schöps.
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).