Monday, March 27

07:30 - 08:30 Registration
Entry hall ZIB
08:30 Welcoming speech by Brigitta Schütt, Vice President of Freie Universität Berlin
Lecture hall, ZIB
08:30 - 09:30 Keynote

Rupert Klein
Scaling Cascades in Complex Systems: Across-scale modelling and simulation paradigms

Lecture Hall, ZIB

09:30 - 10:30 Keynote

Carsten Eden
The energy cycle and ocean model parameterisations

Lecture Hall, ZIB

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 13:00 Mini Symposium
Mini Symposium

Balanced Atmospheric Data Assimilation

Organization, Shape, and Dynamics of Biological Membranes

Chair: Sebastian Reich
Lecture Hall, ZIB

Chair: Ralf Kornhuber
Lecture Hall, Informatik
11:00 Multi-scale characteristics of ECMWF's assimilation and forecast system
Nils Wedi
11:00 Assembly, Shape, and Stochastic Dynamics of Membrane Protein Lattices
Christoph Haselwandter
11:30 The multi-scale data assimilation system at the German Meteorological Service
Stefanie Hollborn
11:30 Modeling and simulation of particles in membranes
Carsten Gräser
12:00 A blended semi-implicit numerical model for multiscale atmospheric flows and balanced data assimilation
Tommaso Benacchio
12:00 Coarse-grained membrane model for mesoscopic simulation of cellular dynamics
Mohsen Sadeghi
12:30 Preserving Balance in Data Assimilation
Maria Reinhardt
12:30 Modeling Lipid Droplets on membrane Tubules
Michael Kozlov
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch break
14:30 - 16:30 Mini Symposium
Mini Symposium

Information-theoretical Methods for Complex Systems

Multiscale Methods for PDEs: Methodology and Applications

Chair: Sebastian Reich & Carsten Hartmann
Lecture Hall, ZIB

Chair: Reinhold Schneider
Lecture Hall, Informatik
14:30 Score matching and nonparametric estimators of drift functions for stochastic differential equations
Manfred Opper
14:30 Adaptive spectral time integration of ODEs in the Tensor Train decomposition
Sergey Dolgov
15:00 Multi model density estimators & path-space information theory for stochastic filtering and prediction
Michal Branicki
14:55 Multilevel structure and tensor approximation: new bounds for analytic and piecewise-analytic functions
Vladimir Kazeev
15:30 Response Operators for Markov Processes in a Finite State Space: Radius of Convergence and Link to the Response Theory for Axiom A Systems
Valerio Lucarini
15:20 Tensor product decomposition methods applied to multi-scale data with self-similar characteristics
Thomas von Larcher
15:30 Probabilistic Numerics for Differential Equations
Tim Sullivan
15:40 Recent advances in tensor numerical methods for multi-dimensional PDEs
Boris Khoromskij
16:05 An embedded corrector problem for stochastic homogenization
Benjamin Stamm
16:30 - 17:00
Coffee break
17:00 - 18:00

Robert Schleichl
Multilevel Monte Carlo and Beyond

Lecture Hall, ZIB

18:00 Icebreakers and Poster Session

ZIB Foyer
With a fingerfood and drinks provided, you will have the opportunity to get to know other researchers, network, and have a close look at the posters displayed.