The 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.

On the following pages you will find information about the Graduate School in general, its scientific aims, details about admission and a lot more.

ECMI Modelling Week 2019

Event 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 Seeheim

As 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.

On the role of entropy in mathematical modeling, computation and uncertainty quantification

Prof. Dr. Martin Frank, K.I.T. Karlsruhe

25 Oct 2018, 17:00–18:30; Location: S4|10-314

This talk discusses entropy structures for partial differential equations, and how they can be used for efficient HPC computations, and uncertainty ... [more] »

Galerkin boundary element methods for electromagnetic resonance problems

Dr. Gerhard Unger, Graz University of Technology

5 Sep 2018, 10:00–11:30; Location: S4|10-314

We consider Galerkin boundary element methods for the approximation of different kinds of electromagnetic resonance problems. Examples are the cavity ... [more] »

Solving Maxwell's equations in time: from Yee splitting to Krylov exponential methods

Mike Botchev, PhD, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

2 Aug 2018, 10:00–11:30; Location: S2|17-103

Solving Maxwell's equations in time domain efficiently is a nontrivial task and represents a fascinating research area. This talk will consist of ... [more] »


Technische Universität Darmstadt

Graduate School CE
Dolivostraße 15
D-64293 Darmstadt

Phone+49 6151/16-24401    or
Fax+49 6151/16-24404

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