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MOR Seminar


SimTech Seminar on Model Reduction and
Data Techniques for Surrogate Modelling


Type: Seminar
Time/Place: Time: Thursdays, 14:00 Uhr
Place: PWR 5a, 0.015 (SimTech-Seminar room)
Organizers:

ITM: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Jörg Fehr
IAM (CE): Dr. Felix Fritzen
IANS: Prof. Dr. Bernard Haasdonk

Audience: SimTech-PhD students, in particular members of Project Network 3, General interested audience in MOR, Surrogate Modelling, Control and Real-time Simulation from academia as well as industry.

 

Goals

Since 2009, this seminar represents a general platform for talks and exchange in the field of surrogate modelling, in particular Model Order Reduction (MOR) as well as novel data-based techniques in simulation science. Both methodological as well as application oriented presentations highlight the various aspects and the relevance of surrogate modelling in mathematics, technical mechanics, material science, control theory and other fields. We aim both at university members, as well as external persons from science and industry. The seminar is organized by three institutes and represents an activity of the SimTech Project Network 3 on "Dynamical Systems: Model Reduction, Control and Optimization".

The presentations are announced some days in advance via the mor-seminar mailing list of the University of Stuttgart.In case of interest to join this mailing list, please contact the organizers.

Presentations WS 2017/2018 (Corresponding Flyer)

Thu. 30.11.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Pascal Ziegler (ITM, Univ. Stuttgart)
"Using Feedthrough to avoid unphysical frequencies in reduced systems" (abstract)

Thu. 18.1.2018, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Olga Mula Hernanzed (Ceremade, Dauphine University, Paris)
"Data Assimilation and Reduced Models"

Thu. 1.2.2018, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Matthias Kabel (ITWM Kaiserslautern)
"Automatic derivation of material laws for simulating structural components" (abstract)

Thu. 15.2.2018, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015:
Patrick Buchfink (IANS, Univ.-Stuttgart)
"Structure Preserving Model Reduction for Linear Elasticity"

Presentations SS 2017

Thu. 4.5.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Babak Maboudi (EPFL, Lausanne)
"Structure-Preserving Model-Reduction"

Thu. 11.5.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Fredrik Larsson (Chalmers Univ. Göteborg)
"Controlling of the model reduction error in FE2 analysis of transient heat flow"

Thu. 1.6.2017, 14:00, PWR 57 7.122
Kathrin Smetana (University of Twente)
"Localized Model Order Reduction"

Thu. 6.7.2017, 13:30, PWR 5a 0.015
Anton Tkachuk (University of Stuttgart)
"Variational Inertia Scaling for Explicit Dynamics"

Wed. 26.7.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a 0.015
Boumediene Hamzi (AlFaisal University, Saudi Arabia)
"Kernel Methods for Nonlinear Control and Random Dynamical Systems"

Presentations WS 2016/2017

Fri. 14.10.2016, 14:00, PWR 9 V9.21
Dennis Grunert (Univ. Stuttgart)
Milestone-Presentation:
"Error Controlled Nonlinear Model Reduction Techniques for Crash Simulations"

Thu. 3.11.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a, 0.015
Bruno Scaglioni (Polytecnico di Milano)
"A Newton-Euler approach to modelling and control of flexible manipulators"

Thu. 17.11.2016, two presentations:
13:15, PWR 5a, 0.015

Federica Covezzi (University of Bologna)
"Homogenization of viscoplastic composites based on the complementary TFA"
and
14:15, PWR 5a, 0.015
Prof. Sonia Marfia (University of Cassino and Southern Lazio)
"A nonuniform TFA homogenization technique based on piecewise interpolation functions of the inelastic field"

Thu. 12.1.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a, 0.015
Tim Brünette (Univ. Stuttgart)
"Kernel Methods for Accelerating Implicit Integrators"

Thu. 9.2.2017, 14:00, PWR 5a, 0.015
Dominik Garmatter (Univ. Frankfurt)
"Reduced Basis Methods for Inverse Problems"

Presentations SS 2016

Mi. 4.5.2016, 13:00, Raum PWR 5a, 0.009:
Dominik Wittwar (Univ. Stuttgart)
"Reduced Basis Approximation of the time-discrete Algebraic Riccati Equation"

Mi. 18.5.2016, 14:00, Raum PWR 7, V7.22:
Zeger Bontinck (TU Darmstadt):
"Robust optimization of permanent magnet synchronous machines using model order reduction for the efficient computation of local and global sensitivities"

Mi. 1.6.2016, 14:00, Raum PWR 7, V 7.31:
Patrick Zerbe (Robert Bosch GmbH / TU Dresden)
"Efficient finite element simulation for cyclic loads with a viscoelastic-viscoplastic-damage material model"

Mi. 22.6.2016, 14:00, Raum PRW 7, V 7.31:
Malte Krack (ILA, Universität Stuttgart)
"Nonlinear modes and their suitability for model order reduction"

Do. 14.7.2016, 14:00, Raum PWR 7, V 7.31:
Jan Henrik Schmidt (Robert Bosch GmbH)
"Application of model order reduction techniques to the lubricated contact of elastic bodies"

For Previous Presentations, we refer to the Full List of Presentations Since 2009.