The Leibniz Research Network "Mathematical Modeling and Simulation" carried out the sixth Leibniz MMS Days, hosted by the Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy Potsdam (ATB).
The Workshop aimed to further develop the MMS networking activities, presenting ongoing work using modern methods of MMS and creating a plattform for discussion on themes of specific and general interest.
We thank all the participants for making this workshop a successful and productive event. We look forward to seeing you next year for our next annual workshop.
Further impressions of the event can be seen here »
PresentationsYou can find recordings of the presented talks at the TIB AV Portal.
PostersYou may find presented posters here ».
Invited Key Note Speakers
- Melina Freitag (University of Potsdam): From Models to Data and Back - An Introduction to Data Assimilation Algorithms
- Nicolas R. Gauger (University of Kaiserslautern-Landau): Grey-box data-driven turbulence modeling
ATB director Barbara Sturm gave an impulse lecture on Digital Twins - Unravelling the black box that is food processing.
The workshop featured general plenary contributions and discussions on:
- MMS related topics at large (any MMS related topic is basically permissible),
- Research Software, Data Infrastructures,
- Research Data, Reproducibility, Open Science,
with special emphasis on the scientific topics
- Digital Twins and Data-driven Simulation,
- Computational and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,
- Computational Material Science,
World CafeA World Café as an Open Space Format to discuss MMS related topics and the further development of our network in small groups was organized. The list of topics had been determined by the participants during the first part of the workshop:
- Development of the MMS Research Network; established and new instruments,
- Black Box AI,
- Computational Material Science within the Leibniz MMS Research Network,
- Research software handling,
- FAIR Mathematical Research Data.