Using competences from computer science and mathematics
a bigger part of the ever growing area of simulating real-world
phenomena from natural and engineering sciences. This interdisciplinary
course demonstrates the complete cycle to
analyze a selected geological
computational techniques. It offers an algorithmic introduction
not only to so-called forward problems, in which synthetic data
are computed based on adequately parametrized computer models.
The course also introduces some inverse problems that
reverse forward models
by determining characteristic model parameters from incomplete
measuring data. Emphasis is put on gaining practical programming
experiences in an interactive programming environment.
This interdisciplinary course is offered to students from
computer science and geology but may as well be relevant for mathematics,
natural sciences, and engineering disciplines.
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Lecturers: Martin Bücker
(Computer Science) and Volker Rath (Geosciences)
This course is offered at irregular intervals and may be chosen as