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International Research Training Group 2657

On this website you find information on the Principal Investigators of the group, on all Members and Teams, on Research Focus and Open Projects you can apply for, on the Application Process, and the Team Based Approach this IRTG is pursuing.

Computational Mechanics Techniques in High Dimensions

The International Research Training Group (IRTG) 2657 provides a collaborative framework for scientists from Leibniz University Hannover (LUH) and École normale supérieure (ENS) Paris-Saclay to focus on joint research and doctoral education in computational mechanics. A major goal is the development of sophisticated model order reduction methods with special emphasis on non-linear and high-dimensional problems.

The image shows the interaction between parametric and stochastic spaces and the multiple scales and data augmented research The image shows the interaction between parametric and stochastic spaces and the multiple scales and data augmented research The image shows the interaction between parametric and stochastic spaces and the multiple scales and data augmented research

The corresponding research programme is divided into three core areas:

  • problems in high-dimensional parametric and stochastic spaces
  • multi-scale problems in space and time
  • data augmented simulations

In the IRTG, research is performed collaboratively by doctoral researchers, postdocs and PIs within a number of individual research projects that fall under these core topics. Talented master-level students are given the opportunity to join these projects early on.