Lecture Course 'Advanced Methods in Computational Sciences'

The two-terms spanning lecture course 'advanced methods in computational sciences' is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, 14:15 to 16:00 in the small lecture hall (room 4.04, 2nd floor) at Physical Chemistry, Klingelbergstrasse 80. From 13:15 to 14:00, the computer room (room 2.11, located on the ground floor of Physical Chemistry) is reserved for individual work or exercises.

Assessment: In order to obtain the respective ECTS for the two-terms lecture course full attendance is required. Per term 3 ECTS can be obtained; in total 6 ECTS.

Fall Term 2017

DATELECTURERTITLE
19.09.2017H. HarbrechtIntroduction to MatLab
26.09.2017R. M. Cabezon,
M. Meuwly
Introduction / Programming in Fortran
03.10.2017R. M. Cabezon,
M. Meuwly
Introduction / Programming in Fortran
10.10.2017R. M. CabezonSmoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
17.10.2017R. M. CabezonSmoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
24.10.2017R. M. CabezonSmoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
31.10.2017P. CattinImage segmentation
07.11.2017P. CattinImage segmentation
14.11.2017P. CattinImage segmentation
21.11.2017P. CattinImage segmentation
28.11.2017S. GoedeckerOptimization
05.12.2017S. GoedeckerOptimization
12.12.2017S. GoedeckerOptimization
19.12.2017S. GoedeckerOptimization


Spring Term 2018

DATELECTURERTITLE
27.02.2018H. HarbrechtNumerical methods of PDEs
06.03.2018H. HarbrechtNumerical methods of PDEs
13.03.2018H. HarbrechtNumerical methods of PDEs
20.03.2018M. SteinhauserMonte Carlo Simulations
27.03.2018M. SteinhauserMonte Carlo Simulations
03.04.2018M. SteinhauserMonte Carlo Simulations
10.04.2018M. Zavolan, R. Neher, E. van NimwegenStochastic & Probablistic Inference Methods
17.04.2018M. Zavolan, R. Neher, E. van NimwegenStochastic & Probablistic Inference Methods
24.04.2018M. Zavolan, R. Neher, E. van NimwegenStochastic & Probablistic Inference Methods
01.05.2018Labour Day - no lectures!
08.05.2018NNTBA
15.05.2018NNTBA
22.05.2018NNTBA
29.05.2018NNTBA

Contact

Responsible for the PhD-Programme at the University of Basel:

Prof. M. Meuwly,
Dept. of Chemistry
E-mail: m.meuwly-at-unibas.ch

CCCS Executive Office

CCCS Executive Office
c/o Dr. Georg A. Funk
Physical Chemistry
Klingelbergstrasse 80
CH-4056 Basel
Switzerland

Phone +41 (0)61 207 3832
info-cccs-at-unibas.ch

Office hours: Mon/Thu

Transferable Skills

The PhD training programme 'Transferable Skills' has been developed/implemented by the Vice-Rectorate of Research; it is open to all PhD students of the University of Basel.
After a revamp, it is now open for postdocs as well. The new programme name is GRACE (Graduate Center for Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs). Please note the hints reg. participation and course offerings.

Lectures/courses at ETHZ

Guidelines for lectures/courses and course assessments at ETH Zurich: ETH-Guideline

Guidelines for PhD students enrolled at Swiss Universities: Guideline & Registration

List of Courses