Computational Sciences & Engineering

...is nowadays considered the third pillar of science, complementing
experiment and theory. More and more knowledge of complex natural
phenomena is obtained from large-scale, detailed simulations. They
involve techniques from modeling of such phenomena and numerical
methods, the design and implementation of algorithms to the actual
execution of programs on modern hardware. We employ these techniques in
applications from biology and medicine to chemistry and astrophysics and
advance methods by overcoming application specific challenges.

Betreuende Professor*innen

Prof. Dr. Andreas Dreuw

Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer

Prof. Dr. Holger Fröning

Prof. Dr. Daniel Häufle

Prof. Dr. Carl Herrmann

Prof. Dr. Vincent Heuveline

Prof. Dr. Guido Kanschat

Prof. Dr. Dirk Koch

Prof. Dr. Ursula Kummer

Prof. Dr. Lorenzo Masia

Prof. Dr. Robert Strzodka

Prof. Dr. Nima Taherinejad

Prof. Dr. Rebecca Wade

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