Past seminars

Fri 11.07.2016, 12 pm

Dr. Nikki Vercauteren (FU Berlin, Institute of Mathematics, Arnimallee 6, SR 032)

FU Berlin

The quiet atmosphere - Ideas for modeling different regimes of nighttime turbulent flows

Abstract


Mo 27.06.2016, 10:15 am (University of Potsdam, Campus Golm, House 29, Room 0.25/0.26)

Prof. Eduardo Martins

FUNCEME, the meteorological and hydrological institute of state Ceará, NE Brazil

Hydro-meteorological forecasting in NE Brazil

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Prof. Eduardo Mario Mendiondo

CEMADEN, Brazil's national centre of natural hazards

CEMADEN and natural hazards in Brazil


Fri 19.02.2016, 10 am (GFZ Potsdam, Telegrafenberg, Haus H, room VR1)

Prof. M. Winands

Maastricht University

From Monte-Carlo to Scotland Yard

Abstract

Fri 03.07.2015, 1:30 pm (GFZ Potsdam, Telegrafenberg, Building C4, Seminar Room)

Matija Šuklje

Free Software Foundation Europe

How to properly License your Research

Abstract


Wed 20.05.2015, 11 am (Institut für Meteorologie FU Berlin, Alter Hörsaal)

Prof. Dr. Olaf Müller

HU Berlin

Replicability: An Unsettling Case Study from the History of Optics (Newton, Lucas, Goethe, Ritter)


Mo 02.02.2015, 3 pm (Institut für Meteorologie FU Berlin, Neuer Hörsaal)

Prof. Birgit Schneider

CAU Kiel

Learning from the past for the future: Combining model results and proxy data to understand climate variability and climate change.

Abstract


Fri 23.01.2015, 2 pm (University Potsdam, Golm, House, 14 Room 3.02)

Prof. Dr. Heiner Igel

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich

Seismic Tomography without Travel Times

Abstract

Fri, 28.11.2014, 2 pm (Institut für Meterologie FU Berlin, Neuer Hörsaal)

Prof. Dr. Heiko Paeth

Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg

Climate Model Ensembles with perturbed Physics

Abstract


Fri, 06.06.2014, 2.30 pm (Institut für Meterologie FU Berlin, Alter Hörsaal)

Dr. Luca De Siena

University of Münster

Energy-dependent tomography of volcanic cones and calderas: towards the exploitation of full-waveform information

Abstract


Fri, 25.04.2014, 5 pm (GFZ Potsdam, Haus H)

Dr. Jonathan F. Donges

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Functional network macroscopes for probing past and present Earth system dynamics

Abstract


Fri, 28.03.2014, 2.30 pm (Institut für Meterologie FU Berlin, Alter Hörsaal)

Dr. Kai Wünnemann

Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Computer simulations of meteorite impact: A multi-material, multi-rheology CFD-approach for compressible flows

Fri, 27.09.2013, 11am

Scott Wunsch

Nonlinear internal wave interactions with the ocean pynocline


Fri, 26.07.2013, 5pm
Valentin Haenel

Scientific Programming and Best Practices using Python

Abstract


Fri, 05.07.2013

Fahad Khalid
Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) for Software Systems Engineering, Potsdam

From Mathematical Programming to Conscious Machines
A Journey through Artificial Intelligence

Abstract


Fri, 07.06.2013

Dr. S. Hergarten (University of Freiburg)

Natural hazards and self-organized criticality:
What can we learn, and where are the challenges?

Abstract


Fri, 10.05.2013, 5pm

Prof. A. Kerstein (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories)

Map-Based Advection, Low-Dimensional Simulation, and Superparameterization: Tools for Cost-Effective Simulation of Turbulent Atmospheric Phenomena

Abstract


Fri, 26.04.2013, 5pm
Pr. M. Aigner (FU Berlin)
From the 4-color theorem to the mobile phone - a mathematical journey


Fri, 08.03.2013

Dr. A. Deutsch (TU Dresden)

Mathematical Modeling of Collective Phenomena in Biological Systems


Fri, 15.02.2013, 5pm

Dr. H. Pfeiffenberger (AWI Bremenhaven)

Open Science: will this be your working habit?