The Workshop aims to further develop the MMS networking activities in the different Institutes, presenting undergoing work using modern methods of MMS and creating a plattform for discussion on themes of specific and general interest.
Key Note Speakers
- Florian Dörfler (ETH Zürich): Control of Power Converters in Low-Inertia Power Systems
- Harald Pfeiffer (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), Potsdam): Binary black hole coalescence: From numerical relativity to gravitational waves
- Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University, Frankfurt): The first image of a black hole
The workshop will comprise general plenary contributions and discussions on:
- MMS related topics at large (any MMS related topic is basically permissible),
- Research Software, Programming languages (Julia):
The MMS Days 2020 will cover Julia as an emerging and efficient programming language for numerical calculations such as in MMS.
- Research Data, Reproducibility, Open Science, Data Science:
In 2019 the National Research Data Initiative (NFDI) went through its first round of calls. The mathematical contribution MaRDI is relevant for MMS and will be convered by the MMS Days 2020,
with presumed special emphasis on the scientific topics
- Computational and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,
- Condensed matter physics and material science (from computation of material properties to materials by design, light-matter interaction, devices, fabrication, material growth, nano-structuring),
- Dynamics of Large Coupled Networks (e.g. power grids, reaction pathway networks, neuronal networks, agents social networks),
- Quantitative Bioscience (e.g. systems biology, genomics, proteomics, imaging).
Depending on the contributions submitted, parallel workshops on more specific topics shall be planned in addition to plenary sessions.
Lectures will be scheduled from Wednesday (March 25) early afternoon until Friday (March 27) noon. A poster session will be held on Wednesday evening. A conference dinner will be organized on Thursday evening.
Important Dates and Information
- Deadline for early bird registration and abstract submission is February 16, 2020
- Registration fee: 80€ ("Early Birds"); 100€ (otherwise)
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