On Monday evening, we will hold our Poster Session. With a buffet and drinks provided, you will have the opportunity to get to know other researchers, network and have a close look at the posters displayed.

You will find the following posters, roughly sorted into categories for your convenience:


Riemannian Optimization in Tensor Train Format
Max Pfeffer
Technische Universität Berlin
Time scales in the cubic nonlinear Schrödinger equation
Ludwig Gauckler
Freie Universität Berlin

Adaptive tsunami simulations with RKDG schemes on triangular grids
Stefan Vater
Universität Hamburg

Fault Networks and Scaling Properties of Deformation Accumulation
CRC 1114: B01
Freie Universität Berlin

Fullerene in water: local microscopic structures v.s. quantum delocalization of atoms in space
Animesh Agarwal
Freie Universität Berlin

Is DFT accurate enough for modeling chemical kinetics? - Quantifying the error propagation in first principles models
Sandra Döpking
Freie Universität Berlin

From molecular dynamics to generalized Langevin dynamics to rate theories
CRC 1114: B02
Freie Universität Berlin

Markov state modeling for bulk water dynamics
CRC 1114: C02
Freie Universität Berlin

Effective models for interfaces with many scales
CRC 1114: C05
Freie Universität Berlin

Stochastic Spatial Coagulation Processes
CRC 1114: C08
Freie Universität Berlin

Particles in lipid bilayers
CRC 1114: AP01
Freie Universität Berlin


Estimating parameter gradients from stochastic simulation of complex reaction networks
Sebastian Matera
Freie Universität Berlin

Efficient calculation of slow and stationary scales in molecular dynamics
CRC 1114: A04
Freie Universität Berlin

An automatic adaptive importance sampling algorithm for molecular dynamics in reaction coordinates
CRC 1114: A05
Freie Universität Berlin

Multilevel coarse graining of multiscale problems
CRC 1114: B03
Freie Universität Berlin

Tensor product decomposition methods applied to multi-scale data with self-similar characteristics
CRC 1114: B04
Freie Universität Berlin

Adaptive coupling of scales in molecular dynamics simulations of complex molecules
CRC 1114: C01
Freie Universität Berlin

Multiscale Modelling and Simulation for Spatio-temporal Master Equations
CRC 1114: C03
Freie Universität Berlin

Grand Canonical Adaptive Resolution Simulations, Optimal Control, and Markov State Models(Towards open boundary simulations)
Christian Kreckeler
Freie Universität Berlin

A Systematic Energy Conserving Algorithm for the Stochastic 2-layer QG Model
Federica Gugole
Universität Hamburg

Local stochastic subgrid-scale modeling for a one dimensional shallow water model
Matthias Zacharuk
Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main

Data assimilation in a fast-slow system of atmosphere
Guannan Hu
Universität Hamburg

Scaling transdisciplinary cascades of potential side effects of stratospheric aerosol injection
Andres Mauricio Cuervo Diaz
Universität Hamburg

Comparison of recent physically-based stochastic subgrid-scale parameterizations
Jonathan Demaeyer
Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium

A proof of concept for scale-adaptive parameterizations: the case of the Lorenz ’96 model
Gabriele Vissio
International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling / University of Hamburg

A maximum entropy parameterization for the stochastically forced Burgers equation
Stamen Dolaptchiev
Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main

A computationally efficient stochastic model of atmospheric cumulus convection
Ekaterina Machulskaya
Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)

Coupling a multiscale stochastic precipitation model to large scale atmospheric flow dynamics
CRC 1114: A01
Freie Universität Berlin

Multiscale data and asymptotic model assimilation for atmospheric flows
CRC 1114: A02
Freie Universität Berlin

Intensification of atmospheric vortices through asymmetric multiscale convection
CRC 1114: C06
Freie Universität Berlin

Analysis on clouds and geostrophic wind effects on regime occupation statistics in nocturnal boundary layer
Metodija M. Shapkalijevski
Freie Universität Berlin


Markov State Models with Girsanov reweighting

CRC 1114: B05
Freie Universität Berlin