|Discrete algorithms||PhD position in discrete algorithms||Prof. Friedrich Eisenbrand||The candidate is expected to do research in the area of algorithms and complexity. Desired prerequisites are some courses in: algorithms, discrete optimization, computational complexity or geometry of numbers.||September 15, 2023|
|Applied and computational mathematics||Self-adapting numerical methods for high-throughput DFT simulations||Prof. Michael Herbst||Thousands of systematic density functional theory (DFT) simulations are nowadays employed to discover novel materials. In this project you will develop numerical techniques, which overcome current restrictions in terms of efficiency and robustness.|
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|September 15, 2023|
|Applied and computational mathematics||Randomized linear algebra for data analysis and complex simulations||Prof. Laura Grigori||In the context of the ERC Synergy project EMC2, the focus of this PhD will be on using randomization techniques for solving large scale linear algebra problems arising in data analysis and complex simulations.|
More information here.
|April 15, 2023|
|Applied and computational mathematics||Numerical methods for optimization under uncertainty||Prof. Fabio Nobile||A PhD position is available in the CSQI lab on the development of efficient numerical methods for optimization under uncertainty and stochastic optimal control problems with applications in mechanical engineering and the energy sector. For more information, please contact [email protected]||April 15, 2023|