Lunch lecture: math is not enough

Date: 
dinsdag 20 juni 2017,
12:30 t/m 13:30
Costs: 
€ 0,00
Location: 
Lecture Hall Chip

Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is an interdisciplinary research field that combines the disciplines applied mathematics and computer science with the engineering sciences. This combination makes it possible to develop outstanding products, like greener cars and aircraft engines, by combining designers’ expert knowledge with the power of advanced numerical simulation and automated optimisation technologies.

In this talk, we will briefly discuss standard techniques like spline interpolation and the finite element method that are typically taught in an introductory textbook on numerical analysis and illustrate their development towards state-of-the-art tools for industrial applications.

Register now at wisv.ch/lecture and receive a free lunch!

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