## WelcomeThe Graduate School of Excellence Computational Engineering (CE) at the Technische Universität (TU) Darmstadt has been recognized as a center for top-level research and scientific excellence by the highly competitive 'Excellence Initiative' of the German Federal and State Governments. The Graduate School enables PhD students to develop their scientific skills in a focused way, and to cooperate under optimal conditions in a highly stimulating interdisciplinary environment. ## ECMI Modelling Week 2019Event dates: 24 Feb 2019 to 3 Mar 2019; Location: Darmstadt, Germany
The 33rd ECMI Mathematical Modelling Week will be organized by the Center for Computational Engineering of the ... [more] » ## Foundation Ceremony Centre for Computational Engineering (CCE)## Foundation ceremony of the Centre for Computational Engineering and 1st CE Students’ Conference at TU Darmstadt on May 22, 2018, in Dolivostraße 15, ...Since February of this year, all CE activities have been combined in the newly founded Centre for Computational Engineering (CCE). The establishment ... [more] » ## 8th GSC CE Retreat in SeeheimAs every year our annual Retreat took place at the Lufthansa Trainings & Conference Center in Seeheim. At sunny weather all the participants were ... [more] » |
To view a short movie about the Graduate School just click on the picture above. ## Modeling the impact of stenting of aortic coarctations upon left ventricular load## Dr. Elias Karabelas, University of Graz28 Jun 2018, 17:00–18:30; Location: S4|10-314
Hemodynamic models of blood flow in the left ventricle (LV) and aorta are important tools for analyzing the mechanistic links between myocardial ... [more] » ## Quasi-Newton – A Universal Approach for Coupled Problems and Optimization## Prof. Dr. Miriam Mehl, University of Stuttgart20 Jun 2018, 17:00–18:30; Location: S4|10-314
Quasi-Newton methods are used in many fields to solve non-linear equations without explicitly known derivatives. This is the case, e.g., in coupled ... [more] » ## Spatially dispersive metals for nanophotonics-about DGTD, model calibration and experimental evidence## M.Sc. Nikolai Schmitt, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France18 Jun 2018, 16:15–17:45; Location: S2|17-103
In nanoplasmonics, most metal devices are sub wavelength. This leads to geometrical sizes comparable to the skin-depth of electromagnetic waves at ... [more] » |

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