MaRDI Workshop on Scientific Computing

from Wednesday, 26 October 2022 (09:00) to Friday, 28 October 2022 (15:20)
Münster Mathematics Conference Centre

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
26 Oct 2022
27 Oct 2022
28 Oct 2022
AM
09:00
Invited Talks (until 10:30) ()
09:00 MaRDI - The Mathematical Research Data Initiative within the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) - Thomas Koprucki (Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics)   ()
09:45 Challenges and tools for FAIR data in the heterogeneous CRC 1456 "Mathematics of Experiment" - Christoph Lehrenfeld (University of Göttingen)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Contributed Talks (until 12:40) ()
11:00 Design of a Workflow Description for Documentation and Integration of FAIR Computational Experiments - Dr Pavan Veluvali (Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems)   ()
11:25 Dark Data in Mathematics - Dr Björn Schembera (IANS / University of Stuttgart)   ()
11:50 Confirmable Workflows in Computer Algebra - Lars Kastner (TU Berlin)   ()
12:15 Managing reproducibility in computational experiments - Mr Emil Løvbak (KU Leuven)   ()
09:00
Invited Talks (until 09:45) ()
09:00 FitBenchmarking: an open source tool for comparing data analysis software - Tyrone Rees (UKRI-STFC)   ()
09:45 --- Coffee Break ---
10:15
Contributed Talks (until 11:55) ()
10:15 Towards a Benchmark Framework for Model Order Reduction in the Mathematical Research Data Initiative (MaRDI) - Kathryn Lund   ()
10:40 Benchmarking supervised regression algorithms with mlr3 and OpenML - Sebastian Fischer (LMU Munich)   ()
11:05 Reproducibility Infrastructure of the Julia Language - Jürgen Fuhrmann   ()
11:30 Reproducibility as a service: collaborative scientific computing with Julia - Dr Michael Schlottke-Lakemper (RWTH Aachen University) Prof. Hendrik Ranocha (University of Hamburg)   ()
11:55 --- Lunch Break ---
09:00
Invited Talks (until 10:30) ()
09:00 xSDK: an Ecosystem of Interoperable Independently Developed Math Libraries - Ulrike Meier Yang (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   ()
09:45 preCICE – A General-Purpose Simulation Coupling Interface - Benjamin Uekermann (University of Stuttgart)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Contributed Talks (until 12:40) ()
11:00 Towards Foundations for Open Interfaces for Scientific Computing - René Fritze   ()
11:25 The Importance of Symbolic Data Types - Antony Della Vecchia   ()
11:50 Experiences in Refactoring Software Code for the Solution of the Wave Equation based on a Very Weak Space-Time Variational Formulation - Jürgen Vorloeper   ()
12:15 Increasing the reproducibility of scientific results in mathematics and related fields: Experiences and discussions with the research community - Dr Christian Riedel (University of Potsdam)   ()
PM
12:40 --- Lunch Break ---
13:40
Invited Talks (until 14:25) ()
13:40 Metadata4Ing: An ontology for describing the generation and provenance of research data within a scientific activity - Dorothea Iglezakis   ()
14:25 --- Coffee Break ---
14:50
Contributed Talks (until 16:30) ()
14:50 Building a Knowledge Graph for Scientific Computing - Frank Wübbeling   ()
15:15 Helping Ontology Extension with Natural Language Processing for Catalysis - Alexander Behr (TUDO-NFDI4Cat)   ()
15:40 Expanding an Ontology with semantically linked CFD-Simulation Data by Segmentation into reusable Concepts - Hendrik Borgelt   ()
16:05 Graph-based Data Representation for Crash-worthiness Simulations - Anahita Pakiman (Fraunhofer SCAI-University of Wuppertal)   ()
16:30 --- Coffee Break ---
17:00
Invited Talks (until 17:45) ()
17:00 Developing a Sustainable and FAIR HPC Sparse Linear Algebra Framework - Terry Cojean (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
17:45 Reception   ()
12:55
Invited Talks (until 13:40) ()
12:55 Creating sustainable research software by the example of the deal.II library - Martin Kronbichler (University of Augsburg)   ()
13:40 --- Coffee Break ---
14:05
Workgroups (until 15:55) ()
15:55 --- Coffee Break ---
16:20
Workgroups (until 17:00) ()
16:20 Presentation of Workgroups   ()
17:00
Invited Talks (until 17:45) ()
17:00 ADOL-C: 40 years of software development - Andrea Walther   ()
19:00 Conference Dinner   ()
12:40
Invited Talks (until 13:25) ()
12:40 Fostering interdisciplinary research by composable Julia software - Michael Herbst   ()
13:25 Lunch & End of Workshop   ()