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IWR - Where Methods Meet Applications

The IWR is an interdisciplinary research center for scientific computing which builds bridges across disciplines. It promotes mathematical and computational methods in science, engineering and the humanitites. Currently it comprises more than 50 research teams from various faculties. About 500 scientists work together in interdisciplinary cooperation projects. In addition to educating the next generation of excellent scientists the IWR also focuses on advancing international research networks. [More...]


November 28, 2014
HMLS Investigator Award 2014 awarded to Prof. Augustin and IWR-Member Prof. Eils
The annual Heidelberg Molecular Life Sciences Award is awarded to outstanding scientists who are actively engaged in life science research in Heidelberg and improve Heidelberg´s location of science through their strategic commitment. [More...]

November 21, 2014
20,000 liters of sea water for gas exchange experiment at Heidelberg Aeolotron
Together with scientists from all over Europe IWR-Member Prof. Jähne conducts experiments to determine the extent to which natural, organically produced surface films influence the exchange of heat, gases and volatile substances between the atmosphere and the oceans. [More...]

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January 28, 2015
IWR-Colloquium: „Modeling Core Collapse Supernovae with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics“
Dr. Rubén M. Cabezón, University of Basel [More...]

February 11-13, 2015
"Workshop on Galois Representations“
Prof. Gebhard Böckle, IWR [More...]

February 23-27, 2015
"DUNE/PDELab Course“
Prof. Peter Bastian, IWR [More...]

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Last Update: 27.01.2015 - 15:52

Upcoming Events

January 28, 2015

05:15 PM

Modeling Core Collapse Supernovae with Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics

Dr. Rubén M. Cabezón, University of Basel

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Interdisciplinary Dialogue


Building Bridges Across Disciplines

Scientific Computing as Part of The Institutional Strategy of Heidelberg University

Interdisciplinary Education

International Master Program: Scientific Computing