The 4th GAMM Juniors summer school on „Bayesian Inference: probabilistic learning from data“ took place from 10th July – 14th July at the TU Braunschweig. The school attracted 50 participants from Germany, Austria, France, United Kingdom, Czech Republic and other countries. Invited lectures were given by H. Matthies (TU Braunschweig), Y. Marzouk (MIT) and J. Denzler (University of Jena). These lectures covered a broad range of topics such as probability theory, uncertainty quantification, Bayesian inference and machine learning. Further lectures and exercises on Bayesian inverse problems and uncertainty quantification were given by the organizers B. Rosic, C. Schilling and U. Römer.
On Friday, several participants presented results from their own research to stimulate discussions. Additionally, there was an invited lecture by M. Eigel (WIAS) on Bayesian inversion in hierarchical tensor representations. The scientific program was accompanied by a guided city tour and a barbecue at the beach club Okercabana, which was well received among the participants. The support of GAMM and GRK2075 was crucial for the success of the summer school and is greatly acknowledged.
This year at the annual GAMM meeting Ilmenau@Weimar the first young Academics in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (YAMM) session was held. This lunchbreak discussion brought together eleven experts with young interested PhD-students and post-doctoral fellows to discuss about career opportunities for young academics.
The experts were coming from various stages of academic career being senior Post-Docs, junior-professors or senior professors with an own research group as well as this years von-Mises arwardees. During an informal lunch valuable discussions about funding and career systems in different countries, strategies for successful application for research funding as well as about family and career emerged. Many thanks of the GAMM-Juniors are addressed to the local organizing committee for their support during the organization of the YAMM.
The interesting questions of the participants and the valuable informations provided by the experts led to many fruitful discussions and made this first YAMM a success.
So we are pleased to announce that the YAMM will continue at the GAMM 2018 in Munich with the topic “Family and Academic Career”.
The 4th GAMM Juniors’ Summer School on Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (SAMM), organized by Bojana Rosić, Claudia Schillings and Ulrich Römer, on
Bayesian Inference: Probabilistic Learning from Data
will take place from 10.07.-14.07.2017 in Braunschweig.
For details visit:
The GAMM Juniors will organize
Young Academics in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics: Career Opportunities for Young Academics
at the upcoming annual meeting of the GAMM in Weimar, 2017. For more information, see here.
The annual GAMM Juniors meeting 2016 was held in Chemnitz from Sept 29 and 30. A main topic was the organization of the YAMM (“Young Academics in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics”) at upcoming the annual meeting of the GAMM in Weimar, March 2017.
Last week, the third GAMM Juniors Summerschool on Geometric Methods in Multi-Body and Structural Dynamics was held near Leipzig. The report by the organizers, Dominik Kern and Karl Worthmann, is now available here.
We are glad to announce the third GAMM Juniors’ Summer School on Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (SAMM) organized by Dominik Kern and Karl Worthmann.
For details see www.samm2016.de.
For previous summer schools organized by the GAMM juniors see previous SAMMs
From 28 to 29 September, 2015, we had the 8th GAMM Juniors Workshop in Dresden organized by Sebastian Alland.
From 7 to 11 March, 2016, the annual meeting of the GAMM will take place in Braunschweig. This year, the event is jointly organized with the annual meeting of the DMV. As usual, on this occasion, the GAMM Juniors will have a meeting (the precise date will be announced soon).
For details, see here.
Thanks to Karl Worthmann a report on the 1st GAMM Juniors Summerschool, which took place in September 2014, is now online, see here.