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News 202209/2022: New Project A06 (Sinz/Gail)
The CRC 1456 welcomes Fabian Sinz and Alexander Gail as new principal investigators. They will start the project A06 "Predictive models and frame of reference in macaque sensorimotor cortex under natural conditions" in January 2023. The aim of this project is to develop graph based models for neural activity of freely behaving monkeys to better understand how the brain represent objects in space under natural conditions. The CRC 1456 congratulates both.
09/2022: Symposium on Inverse Problems: From experimental data to modols and back
The Symposium was held in Griebnitzsee (University of Potsdam) on September 19-21, 2022 and was co-organized by the CRC 1294 from the University of Potsdam, our CRC, and the German Society for Inverse Problems. In total, 61 abstracts were submitted for a contribution at this symposium and were reviewed by the scientific committee. The 3-day program with 102 registered participants included plenary talk of 6 invited speakers, 30 oral presentations, and a poster session with 23 poster contributions. Have a look at the conference book.
09/2022: Our 2. CRC 1456 Retreat in Goslar Our 2. CRC 1456 retreat (August 31- September 01,2013) was held in Goslar and has presented the state of the relevant scientific disciplines through the different projects. For the more than fifty participants it was a perfect opportunity to discuss and to intensify already established work within the projects.
7-11/09/2022 “Festival for Art, Technology and Society” in Linz. The projects will exhibited in the form of a 5-day permanent exhibition at this year's ARS ELECTRONICA FESTIVAL in Linz. The organizers already listed the projects and contributors on their homepage, and especially project C06.
08/2022: Press release: Building blocks of the future for photovoltaics - Project B01 (Luke/Mathias)
For more details go to: "Press release: Building blocks of the future for photovoltaics“
08/2022: Press release: New quantum technology combines free electrons and photons - Project C01 (Hohage/Ropers). For more details go to: " New quantum technology combines free electrons and photons“
05/2022: Topic of project A03 (Salditt/Schmitzer)
The "video clip“ explains the rough idea of 3d virtual histology on phase contrast x-ray tomography images via the framework of linearized optimal transport. It was created by Clément Sarrazin and Bernhard Schmitzer, using material from the Salditt group in Göttingen's physics department and the manim animation software. Related publications are (PNAS21) and (UnbalancedLOT).
05/2022: Jun.-Prof. Anne Wald a new principal investigator
The SFB 755 welcomes Anne Wald as a new principal investigator. She starts the project B06 "Compensating motion and model inexactness in nano-CT and local tomography" in May 2022. The aim of this project together with Tim Salditt is an estimation of the model inexactness as well as the identification of motion directly from the data. Analytical, statistical and data-driven methods are combined to obtain efficient and stable reconstruction techniques. The CRC 1456 congratulates both.
04/2022: Prof. Claus Ropers receives ERC Advanced Grant
Claus Ropers from the department Ultrafast Dynamics at the Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Science has received an European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant. He is also professor at the Georg-August Universität and principial investigator in project C01 (Hohage/Ropers). For more details about the ERC Advanced Grant please go to: "ERC Advanced Grants for Hannelore Ehrenreich and Claus Ropers" (MPInat). The CRC 1456 congratulates him.
03/2022: Opening Symposium of the CRC 1456 "Mathematics of Experiment" - The symposium had to be purely virtual and took place from March 15th to 17th, 2022. This event has been attended by the principal investigators of the CRC as well as by ten renowned external speakers. All projects were presented by the PhD students and postdocs. The topics spanned a broad range of fields from partial differential equations over experimental techniques to optimal transport, computational Bayesian method and machine learning techniques. The response with over 80 participants exceeded the expectations of the organizers.
The next event is our conference on “Inverse Problems: From experimental data to models and back” in Potsdam from September 19-21, 2022. Please find further information under Inverse Problems: From experimental data to models and back
03/2022: Dr. Matthijs Jansen - Extension for his Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers Dr. Matthijs Jansen, PostDoc at the I. Physical Institute and research group leader was granted an extension for his "Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers“. The extension will be for the period 01.04.-30.09.2024. Congratulations!
03/2022: Dr. Janosch Preuß - Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize for his excellent dissertation Janosch Preuß, PostDoc at the Institute of Numerical and Applied Mathematics, was awarded the Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize 2020 by GAMM. For more details go to: "GAMM (Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik/Society for Applied Mathematics and Mechanics)“. The CRC 1456 congratulates him.
01/2022: Prof. Martin Uecker - Assoicate Editor for the SIAM Journal of Imaging Sciences Martin Uecker, Professor at the Graz University of Technology and principial investigator in project B03 (Plonka-Hoch/Uecker) joined the editorial board of the SIAM Journal of Imaging Sciences. For more details go to: "SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences - Editorial Board“. The CRC 1456 congratulates him.
01/2022: Prof. Alexander Ecker receives ERC Starting Grant The computational neuroscientists Professor Alexander Ecker from the University of Göttingen and the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPIDS) has received a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) of 1,5 million euros. Prof. Alexander Ecker is also principial investigator in project B05 (Ecker, Gollisch). For more details about the ERC Starting Grant please go to: "Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience . The CRC 1456 congratulates him.
News 202111/2021: Extension for Prof. Thorsten Hohage’s Max Planck Research Fellow Group
Thorsten Hohage, Professor at the Institute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics, Spokesperson of the CRC 1456 and Max Planck Fellow, was granted an extension for his Research Fellow Group “Inverse Problems” at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research for the period 01.04.2022 – 31.03.2027. Congratulations! For more details about the Max Planck Fellow Group “Inverse Problems” please go to: Max Planck Fellow Group: Inverse Problems
11/2021: Matthijs Jansen has been offered a position as junior research group leader within CRC 1456. Congratulations!
Are you interested to set up a femtosecond spectroscopy and microscopy experiment with close ties to materials science and data science? Then send a mail to gsmjansen @ uni-goettingen.de!
11/2021: Wiebke Bennecke - PhD student in project B01 (Luke/Mathias) - was awarded with the Poster Prize at the workshop Photoemission Tomography: Applications and Future Developments
08/2021: Prof. Dr. Sarah Köster elected as vice-speaker of the condensed matter section
Sarah Köster, professor at the IRP and principial investigator in project A04 (Köster/Munk) was elected as vice-speaker of the condensed matter section (SKM) of the German Physical Sociatey (DPG). The CRC 1456 congratulates her.
06/2021: Annemarie Kehl received a fellowship vom “IMPRS for Physics of biological and Complex Systems“ (PBCS)
Annemarie Kehl, PhD student in project A01 (Bennati/Huckemann) received a fellowship from “IMPRS for Physics of biological and Complex Systems“ "IMPRS for Physics of biological and Complex Systems“. The CRC 1456 congratulates her.
04/2021: ERC Advanced Grant for Prof. Dr. Marina Bennati
Marina Bennati, research group leader at the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Biophysical Chemistry and principal investigator in project A01 (Bennati/Huckemann) - was awarded the ERC Advanced Grant . The CRC 1456 congratulates Marina Bennati.