Seminar on Mathematical Parameter Identification

The biweekly RTG research seminar is the platform for the PhD students to present and discuss their latest work. The presentation of the progress is the basis for a subsequent discussion with the PhD advisory committee.

Biweekly on Wednesday, 12:15 - 13:45
Contact: Kluth, Tobias
Phone +49 421 218 63817
Email: tkluth@math.uni-bremen.de
Program:
WiSe 2019/20
18.12.19, 13:00, MZH 6190
Alexander Konschin, Direct and inverse electromagnetic scattering problems for locally perturbed periodic structures
15.01.20, 12:15, MZH 6190
Pascal Fernsel, Nonnegative Matrix and Tensor Factorizations - Theory and Selected Applications
29.01.20, 12:15, MZH 6190
Miriam Steinherr, Analysis of some non-smooth bifurcations with applications to ship maneuvering
Ilias Bogoudis, Halogens in the Arctic: Satellite Measurements and Relation to Meteorological Drivers

SoSe 2019
22.05.19, 12:15, MZH 6210
Kai Schäfer, Decomposition of Iteration Schemes in Nonlinear Optimization with Applications to Dynamic Parameter Identification and Bilevel Programming
Jens Behrmann, Invertible Neural Networks
19.06.19, 12:15, MZH 6210
Sören Schulze, Blind and supervised source separation on music recordings
Georgia Sfakianaki, Tikhonov regularization incorporating tolerances in the penalty term
03.07.19, 12:15, MZH 6210
Wiebke Bergmann, Realtime forecast-based optimization of self-consumption in local energy systems under uncertain predictions of generation and consumption
Thies Gerken, Dynamic Inverse Problems for Wave Phenomena

WiSe 2018/19
12.12.18, 12:15, MZH 2340
Sören Dittmer, ReLU Singular Values, Gaussian mean width and Regularization by Architecture
23.01.19, 12:15, MZH 2490
Jonathan von Schroeder, Application of Optimal Transport to MALDI Data

SoSe 2018
18.04.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Malin Lachmann, Forecasting the Production of Renewable Energy Power Plants using Data-based Modeling
Wiebke Heins, Realtime Forecast-Based Energy Management for Grid-Connected Local Systems with Renewable Energy Sources
02.05.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Daniel Otero Baguer, Inverse Problems and Machine Learning in designing new materials
30.05.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Christian Meerpohl, Optimization Strategies for Real-Time Conrol of an Autonomous Melting Probe
13.06.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Max Westphal, Efficient evaluation of prediction models
27.06.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Jonathan von Schroeder, Application of Optimal Transport to MALDI Data

WiSe 2017/18
15.11.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Illias Bougoudis, Satellite Remote Sensing of Halogens in the Arctic
29.11.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Christine Bathke, Magnetic Particle Imaging using Total Least Squares and Structural Prior Information
13.12.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Margarete Runge, Parameter Identification in Controlled Dynamic Systems
Kai Schäfer, Parameter Identification by Decomposition of Nonlinearities
10.01.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Pascal Fernsel, Non-negative Matrix Factorization Methods with Applications to MALDI-Imaging / Deep Learning for ill-posed Inverse Problems
Miriam Steinherr, Analysis of bifurcations in non-smooth dynamical systems with applications to ship maneuvering
17.01.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Saswati Saha, Dose Response Modelling in Phase II Clinical Trials
Sören Dittmer, ReLU and Neural Networks
24.01.18, 12:15, MZH 6210
Ekkehard Schnoor, Compressed Sensing and Neural Networks
Georgia Sfakianaki, On the Connection Between Sparsity and Tolerances in Parameter and Data Space

SoSe 2017
21.06.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Alexander Konschin, Application of the Floquet-Transform to Scattering Problems from Locally Perturbed Bi-periodic Structures
Thies Gerken, Dynamic Inverse Problems for Wave Equations
07.06.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Lars Siemer, Coherent Structures in Axially Symmetric Landau-Lifschitz-Gilbert-Slonczewski Equation
24.05.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Max Westphal, Evaluation of multiple classifiers
Christian Etmann, Sensitivity Regularization of Neural Networks and Applications of Variational Analysis
10.05.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Jens Behrmann, Input Reconstruction in Convolutional Neural Networks for Imaging Mass Spectrometry
Phil Gralla, Alternating Tikhonov Functionals by Incorporating Tolerances for Discrepancy
26.04.17, 12:15, MZH 6210
Sören Schulze, Approaches to Musical Instrument Separation

WiSe 2016/17
30.11.16, 12:15, MZH 2340
Principal Investigators (University of Bremen), Introduction of the PIs and their research topics
23.11.16, 12:15, MZH 2340
Principal Investigators (University of Bremen), Introduction of the PIs and their research topics