New DTU DRIVEN training series: SCoPE

The Doctoral Training Unit Data-driven Computational Modelling and Applications (DTU DRIVEN) at the University of Luxembourg is hosting a new lecture series on Spotlights in Computational Physics and Engineering (SCoPE) with a special focus on high potential research in the field. The series is organised by the thematic cluster Computational Physics and Engineering Sciences of … Continued

Upcoming PhD defence: Szabolcs Goger

Szabolcs GOGER will defend his PhD thesis Development of Practical Non-Local Many-Body Polarization Functionals on Monday, 06 November 2023, 10h00-13h00, Campus Limpertsberg, Bâtiment des Sciences, BS 0.03.

Upcoming PhD defence: Chrysovalantou Kalaitzidou

Chrysovalantou KALAITZIDOU will defend her PhD thesis Unveiling the Hidden Language of Extracellular Matrix Deformation: A tale of cellular whispers and unstable fibers on Monday, 30 October 2023, 10h00-13h00, Campus Belval in room MSA.3100. Cell-generated forces within the Extracellular Matrix (ECM) lead to distinct deformation patterns, characterised by significant matrix densification and alignment of its fibres. These … Continued

Upcoming PhD defence: Vu Minh Chau

Vu Minh CHAU will defend his PhD thesis Constitutive modelling of nonlinear isotropic elasticity using deep regression neural networks on Friday, 13 October 2023, 13h00-16h00, Campus Belval in room MNO.1020. This dissertation embarks upon an investigation into the application of a machine learning paradigm within the domain of computational mechanics. The central objective of this research works … Continued

Upcoming PhD defence: Fateme Darlik

Fateme DARLIK will defend her PhD thesis Physically-informed Neural Networks to Represent Motion of Granular Material on Thursday, 29 June 2023, 13h00-16h00, Campus Belval in room MNO.1010. The growing importance of renewable energy sources, particularly biomass, in mitigating climate change has led to increased research and development in this field. Biomass combustion chambers play a crucial role … Continued