SFB Tomography across the scales: Adaptive optics in ophthalmic imaging

by Günter Auzinger, JKU Linz Ophthalmoscopes are medical devices for non-invasive diagnostic investigation of the human eye. Especially the retina including cone and rod photoreceptor cells as well as blood vessels and nerve fibers, is of interest for early diagnosis of various diseases. The retina is scanned by a weak […]

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Michael Liebrecht to speak at NUMIFORM 2019

by Andreas Binder, MathConsult GmbH, Linz Michael Liebrecht will present our results on the modelling and simulation of leveling machines at NUMIFORM 2019 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (see the abstract below). These were obtained jointly with voestalpine Grobblech. Process Model for the Industrial Plate Leveling Operation with Special Emphasis on […]

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Yet another winning talent!

by Elisabeth Hager, JKU Linz, Austria Every year in spring, the Austrian research funding organization (in German “FFG – Forschungsförderungs-gesellschaft” awards the best 20 “young talents” out of 1500 high school students who did an internship in various companies and scientific research institutions for four weeks during the summer before. […]

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TOMOGRAPHY ACROSS THE SCALES: A PROBLEM AT THE LOW END OF THE SCALE

by Fabian Hinterer, JKU Linz, Austria My name is Fabian Hinterer and I will soon start my PhD in Linz as part of the SFB project “Tomography across the scales”. I was fortunate to already be involved in this project as a Masters student allowing me a small headstart into […]

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Researcher Position (f/m) in the Transfer Group (20 hours per week) Scientific Computing

At the Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Linz, Austria, the “Transfer Group” is looking for a researcher with a strong background in mathematical modeling ofindustrial processesin multiphysicsand the numerical treatment ofdifferential equations(PDEs, ODEs, DAEs). The successful applicant will work on […]

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Model Order Reduction in Computational Finance: Let’s Break the Curse of Dimensionality

My name is Onkar Jadhav. I am a Ph.D. student at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany and working in collaboration with MathConsult GmbH, Linz, Austria. I am an early stage researcher (ESR 06) within a ‘Reduced Order Modelling, Simulation, and Optimization of Coupled Systems (ROMSOC)’ group. My Ph.D. project […]

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Let’s look into the stars (in a more scientific way than usual…)

My name is Bernadett Stadler and I studied Industrial Mathematics at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. Since May last year I am part of the ROMSOC program as a PhD student. I am involved in a cooperation of the university in Linz and the company Microgate in Bolzano. My […]

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Mathematical applications in modern medicine

by Alexander Ploier, Johannes Kepler University Linz My name is Alex and I’m studying industrial mathematics in Linz. I chose this degree after my exchange year in Norway where we had lots of projects, which showed me that in nearly every real world application or problem there is mathematics included. […]

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