IWR - Where Methods Meet Applications
The IWR is an interdisciplinary research center for scientific computing which builds bridges across a multitude of disciplines. The center promotes mathematical and computational methods in science, engineering and the humanities. Currently it comprises more than 50 research teams from various faculties. About 500 scientists work together in interdisciplinary cooperation projects. In addition to educating the next generation of excellent scientists, the IWR also focuses on advancing international research networks. [More...]
Jörg Langowski (1955 - 2017)
The Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing is deeply saddened by the news of
Jörg Langowski’s passing. We have lost an exceptional scientist, treasured colleague
and dear friend.
Our deepest sympathies go out to his family during this difficult time.
News & Announcements
March 28, 2017
Professors Kanschat and Gertz fellows in the 10th class of the Marsilius-Kolleg
Congratulations to our venerable IWR-members, Prof. Guido Kanschat and Prof. Michael Gertz on their fellowship in the Marsilius-Kolleg of 2017. [More...]
March 7, 2017
Heidelberg researchers develop a new algorithm for analysing image data
The working group "Image Analysis and Learning" at the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, lead by Prof. Fred Hamprecht, is advancing research towards a circuit diagram of the brain [More...]
March 2, 2017
Professor Mombaur going public with robotics on SWR1
Making her work more accessible to the general population, Prof. Mombaur recently presented her research on humanoid robots within the broadcasting program on SWR1 Baden-Württemberg [More...]
May 31, 2017
IWR-Colloquium: "Deep Learning with Dense Connectivity"
Prof. Kilian Weinberger • Cornell University, USA [More…]
June 6, 2017
Talk - Mathematics of Life: "Modelling glioma growth with fully anisotropic diffusion"
Prof. Thomas Hillen • University of Alberta, Canada [More…]
8. Juli 2017
Tag der Offenen Tür: "Mathematik, Informatik und Scientific Computing zum Anfassen"
Fakultät für Mathematik & Informatik und IWR [Mehr…]
Last Update: 23.05.2017 - 11:51