Workshop: CSE 2023

Date: March 20, 2023 Location: Gross Schwansee, Germany

Date: March 16, 2022
Location: Brussels

Jörn Behrens participated in a workshop and talked about mathematical challenges in the creation of digital twins in geohazards. Computational Science and Engineering in Gross Schwansee, Germany.

This workshop brings together leading experts from modeling, optimization, numerics and simulation, with principal investigators and young researchers. The aim of the workshop is to foster collaborations of the numerical departments of the universities in northern Germany.

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