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CE Colloquium

The CE Colloquium provides a forum for students and researchers from JKU and industry to exchange ideas and experiences related to computational engineering.


Summer Semester 2015

The colloquium is scheduled for Thursdays at 5:15 pm in room S3-055 in Science Park 3 (Computer Science Building).   To attend the colloquium for credit, see Special Topics: Colloquium Computational Engineering.

Contact:  Prof. Volker Strumpen


Mar 12 Dirk Beyer, Universität Passau Software Verification and Verifiable Witnesses: Report on SV-COMP 2015
Mar 19 Christoph Kirsch, Universität Salzburg From Multicore-Scalable Data Structures to Multicore-Scalable Memory Management
Mar 26 Thomas Kaltofen, RISC Software Computer-based Simulation of Strabismus Surgeries and Interactive Eye Motility Diagnosis
Apr 23 Thomas Unterthiner, JKU

Toxicity Prediction using Deep Learning    (Winner of the NIH Tox21 Grand Challenge 2014 -- Congratulations!)

May 7 Djork-Arné Clevert, JKU Rectified Factor Networks
May 21 Robert Elsässer, Universität Salzburg Randomized Algorithms for Information Dissemination and Renaming Processes
May 28 Thomas Ponweiser, RISC Software Optimization of Scientific Applications in High Performance Computing
Jun 11 Klaus Seyerlehner, Primetals Technologies Computational Engineering and the Metals Business - Are you clogged?


Summer Semester 2014

The colloquium is scheduled for Thursdays at 5:15 pm in room MT 226/1 in Science Park 1 (Mechatronics Building).

Mar 20 Christian Federspiel / Christoph Steindl, Catalysts HPC for Industry and Space
May 8 Christian Eitzinger, PROFACTOR Computational Engineering and Machine Learning for Robotic Inspection Systems
May 15 Peter Stadelmeyer, RISC Software Multidisziplinäre Strukturoptimierung aus Softwarearchitektursicht - Algorithmen und Technologielebenszyklen
May 22 Roland Winkler, Fujitsu Austria Anforderungen und Entwicklung grafischer 2D / 3D Benutzerschnittstellen im Automotive Bereich
Jun 5 Alexander Haas, Magna The free lunch is really over: über (unerwartete) Probleme bei SW-Parallelisierungsprojekten in der Praxis