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Prof. Ming-Jyh Chen, dean of mechanical engineering of the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) visited HLRS on May 14 to discuss a possible collaboration. Prof. Resch and Prof. Chen discussed the exchange...

On May 8th, Prof. Thomas Bosch, director of the Zoological Institute at Kiel University and director of the interdisciplinary research center “Kiel Life Science” (KLS) visited HLRS to discuss co-operations. Currently Kiel and...

As part of a selective enrichment program, teenage students visited HLRS to gain some hands-on experience with simulation and visualization.

Combining principles from computational fluid dynamics and acoustics, researchers at the TU Berlin have developed a model that could simplify the process of designing noise cancelling structures for airplanes, ships, and...

3D virtual reality models created at HLRS helped engineers to successfully build an architecturally unique and complex kind of reinforced concrete column that will be a showpiece of the new Stuttgart train station.

At the 2018 Science and Art of Simulation Workshop, philosophers, sociologists, historians, and computer scientists sought to develop a more rigorous framework for evaluating the trustworthiness of computational science.