CRC 1114 Colloquium & Lectures

CRC Colloquium
To foster the development of a joint communication and common language there are two back-to-back "What-is?"-presentations per  Colloquium date (15 min talk + 15 min Q&A). In so doing we have an interesting twist on this scheme, that enforces the language-development even more decisively: the presentations are given by a non-expert in the respective field, who is supported by an expert in her or his preparations and in answering the questions that arise during the talk.

      

CRC Lectures
Of course, CRC 1114 has ambitious research goals and needs a platform for in-depth scientific exchange internally as well as with external guests. To not sacrifice this important communication channel when the Colloquium is re-oriented as described above, we have decided to now officially adopt the - thus far inofficial - format of extra "CRC Lectures". These are specialist seminars, organized typically for smaller groups and with a flexible schedule that is set up according to demand. External guests can be supported through CRC resources as usual for these events.

Summer Term 2017

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 032 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 4:00 pm

Thursday, 20.04.2017
16:00

Colloquium
Hao Wu
, Freie Universität Berlin: "What is .. WHAM/TRAM?"
 
Thursday, 04.05.2017
16:00

Colloquium
Han Cheng Lie & Gottfried Hastermann
, Freie Universität Berlin:
"What is .. data assimilation and nonequilibrium Monte Carlo rare event sampling for multiscale dynamical systems?"
 
Thursday, 18.05.2017
16:00

Colloquium
Andreas Bittracher & Péter Koltai
, Freie Universität Berlin:
"What is .. a transition manifold and reaction coordinates?"
 
Thursday, 01.06.2017
16:00
   at WIAS,
Mohrenstr. 39, 10117 Berlin,
 
Colloquium
Robert Patterson
, WIAS: Stochastic Soot Simulation
This talk is given as part of the CRC 1114 Spring School and will take place at WIAS,
Lecture Hall Erhard-Schmidt-Hörsaal (ground floor)
 
Thursday, 15.06.2017
16:00

Lecture
Alexander Blum
, MPI für Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Relativity after Einstein

Thursday, 29.06.2017
16:00

Colloquium
Matthias Rosenau
, Helmholtz Center, Potsdam: "What is .. Particle Image Velocimetry?"
N.N.: "What is .. TBA?"
 
Thursday, 06.07.2017
16:00

Lecture
Giovanni Settanni
, Max-Planck Graduate Center, Physics Department, University of Mainz:
Nano-bio interfaces investigated using molecular dynamics simulations
 
Thursday, 20.07.2017
16:00

CRC 1114 Annual Assembly and Summer Get-Together


 

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Extra Colloquium
Sabine Hittmeir
, Universität Wien
Multiscale asymptotics for the convective region of tropical squall lines

Winter Term 2016/2017

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 031 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 4:00 pm

Monday, 17.10.2016
17:00

Lecture
Omar Knio
, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
Surrogate based approaches to parameter inference in ocean models

Thursday, 03.11.2016
16:00

Lecture
Peter Düben
, University of Oxford, Department of Physics
To reduce numerical precision to achieve higher accuracy in weather and climate modelling

Thursday, 17.11.2016
16:00

Colloquium
1) Luigi Sbailò
, Freie Universität Berlin: "What is... greens function reaction dynamics"
2) Frank Noé and Luigi Sbailò: "... more on particle-based reaction kinetics"

Thursday, 01.12.2016
16:00

Colloquium
1) Arthur Straube,
Freie Universität Berlin: "What is... the scaling hypothesis"
2) Felix Höfling, Freie Universität Berlin:
 
Thursday, 15.12.2016
16:00

Colloquium
1) Stefan Klus,
Freie Universität Berlin: "What is... the Koopman operator?"
2) Thomas von Larcher, Freie Universität Berlin: "What is... Dynamic Mode Decomposition?"
 
Thursday, 05.01.2017
16:00

Lecture
Helmut Harbrecht,
University of Basel
Modelling and simulation of elliptic diffusion problems on random domains

Thursday, 19.01.2017
16:00

Mini Project Presentation
1) Luca Donati
, Freie Universität Berlin:
Transition rate matrix in molecular kinetics by Square Root Approximation
2) Marco Reidelbach
, Freie Universität Berlin:
Proton Transfer in Cytochrome c Oxidase - Calculation and Prediction of Transition Networks


Thursday, 26.01.2017
14:15
Takustr. 3, Raum 34.16/17

Extra Lecture
Birgit Strodel,
Universität Düsseldorf / FZ Jülich
Transition networks and Markov state models for protein aggregation

Thursday, 02.02.2017
16:00

Colloquium
Illia Horenko,
University of Lugano
What is the Bayesian relation model? On a data-driven Bayesian model reduction and applications.


Thursday, 09.02.2017
16:00

Extra Lecture
Tiejun Li,
Peking University
Energy landscape and rare events for biological jump processes
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Thursday, 16.02.2017
16:00
Colloquium
1) Ludwig Gauckler, Freie Universität Berlin:
"What is ... the stochastic simulation algorithm?"
2) Sebastian Matera, Freie Universität Berlin:
Bridging between electronic and continuum scales for understanding heterogeneous catalysis


Summer Term 2016

Please keep in mind: The CRC 1114 colloquium will start one hour earlier in the summer term 2016 and is preluded by a 15 minutes "What is..." talk, i. e. we start already at 4:00 pm instead of 5:15 pm.

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 032 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 4:00 pm

Thursday, 21.04.2016
16:00
Christof Schütte, Freie Universität Berlin
Scaling cascades in molecular and cellular processes

Thursday, 12.05.2016
16:00
Sascha Brune, GFZ Potsdam
Continental Rift Dynamics Across The Scales: Understanding Observations Through Geodynamic Modelling

Thursday, 26.05.2016
16:00
Ralf Kornhuber, Freie Universität Berlin
Multilevel Methods for Elliptic Multiscale Problems

Thursday, 02.06.2016
16:00
Mechthild Koreuber, Freie Universität Berlin
Modernisierung und Algebraisierung - Zur Neugestaltung mathematischer Denkweisen durch Emmy Noether und die Noether-Schule

Thursday, 16.06.2016
16:00
Marc Bocquet, CEREA, École des Ponts
On the convergence of (ensemble) Kalman filters and smoothers onto the unstable subspace

Thursday, 30.06.2016
16:00
Alexander Mielke, WIAS Berlin
Evolution driven by energy and entropy

Thursday, 14.07.2016
16:00
CRC 1114 Annual Assembly and Summer Get-Together

 

Winter Term 2015/16

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 032 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 5:15 pm

Thursday, 15.10.2015
17:15
Gerhard Stock, Universität Freiburg
Hierarchical Dynamics of Biomolecular Processes:
Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Langevin Modeling

Thursday, 29.10.2015
17:15
Daniel Peterseim, Universität Bonn
Numerical homogenization and the exponential decay of the fine-scale Green's function

Thursday, 12.11.2015
17:15
Tomáš Roubíček, Institute of Thermomechanics, Prague/CZ
Modeling of lithospheric faults - demands, options, concepts

Thursday, 26.11.2015
17:15
Costanza Bonadonna, Université de Genève
Volcanic plumes and particle sedimentation

Thursday, 10.12.2015
17:15
Prof. Giovanni Ciccotti
Hydrodynamics from dynamical non-equilibrium Molecular Dynamics

Thursday, 07.01.2016
17:15
Thomas von Larcher, FU Berlin
Multiscale tensor decomposition methods with application to turbulent channel flow data - a project B04 presentation.

Thursday, 21.01.2016
17:15
Johannes Zimmer, University of Bath
Nonlinear diffusion: From particles to thermodynamics

Thursday, 04.02.2016
17:15
Mark Peletier, Technische Universität Eindhoven  Quantification of coarse-graining error in overdamped/non-overdamped Langevin dynamics

 

Summer Term 2015

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 032 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 5:15 pm


Thursday, 07.05.2015
17:15
Rupert Klein, FU Berlin
Cascade of Scales in a tropical vortex

Thursday, 21.05.2015
17:15
Robert Schulz, FU Berlin
Markov state modeling for bulk water dynamics

Thursday, 04.06.2015
17:15
Alexander Mielke, WIAS
Chemical Master Equation: coarse graining via gradient structures

Thursday, 18.06.2015
17:15
Michiel Renger, WIAS
Gradient structures for chemical reactions via reacting particle systems

Thursday, 02.07.2015
17:15
Robert Scheichl, University of Bath
Multilevel Quadrature in Infinite Dimensions and Applications in Uncertainty Quantification

Thursday, 16.07.2015
17:15
Carsten Hartmann, FU Berlin
Eigenvalues of diffusions and rare exits from molecular conformations

 

Winter Term 2014/2015

Hosts: Prof. Dr. R. Klein (FU), Prof. Dr. R. Kornhuber (FU), Prof. Dr. C. Schütte (FU/ZIB)
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Mathematik, Arnimallee 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem, Room: 032 Basement
Time: The seminar takes place on Thursday at 5:15 pm

Thursday, 23.10.2014
17:15
Ralf Kornhuber, FU Berlin
A variational approach to particles in bilipid layers

Thursday, 06.11.2014
17:15
Sebastian Reich, Uni Potsdam
Data assimilation in the presence of scaling cascades

Thursday, 20.11.2014
17:15
Carsten Hartmann, FU Berlin
Driving into nonequilibrium: Fluctuation relations for multiscale diffusions

Thursday, 04.12.2014
17:15
Frank Noé and Feliks Nüske, FU Berlin
Variational Tensor approximation for conformation dynamics

Thursday, 18.12.2014
17:15
Henning Rust, FU Berlin
Coupling a multiscale stochastic precipitation model to large scale atmospheric flow dynamics

Thursday, 08.01.2015
17:15
Matthias Rosenau, GFZ Potsdam
Shocks in a box: An overview of experimental seismotectonics at GFZ's analog lab

Thursday, 22.01.2015
17:15
Beth Wingate, University of Exeter, UK 
An Asymptotic Parallel-in-Time Method for Highly Oscillatory PDEs

Thursday, 05.02.2015
17:15
Illia Horenko, USI Lugano and FU Berlin
Challenges of data analysis in a multiscale context

Thursday, 12.02.2015
17:15
Friederike Schmid, Universität Mainz 
New perspectives for molecular field simulations of complex fluids
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