Technical Training

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The aim of the course is to support MAINZ graduate students with programming individual applications to automize the processing of own measurement data. We will learn how to program scripts and functions and how to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for processing, analyzing and visualizing our data. We will mainly use Matlab, but where desired, other programs will be included in the course. An additional consultation time is offered to discuss solutions for individual applications.

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten WinkelThe aim of the course is to support MAINZ graduate students with programming individual applications to automize the processing of own measurement data. We will learn how to program scripts and functions and how to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for processing, analyzing and visualizing our data. We will mainly use Matlab, but where desired, other programs will be included in the course. An additional consultation time is offered to discuss solutions for individual applications.

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The course “Computational Tools for Data Analysis” is designed to give MAINZ graduate students fluency in handling their measurement data. We will get familiar with MATLAB as a powerful tool for processing, analyzing, and visualizing data. Where appropriate, other programs will be involved in this course, e.g. Origin, LabVIEW, Mathematica, and image processing programs. To meet the needs of participants with different backgrounds and skill levels, we will alternate lecture and practice phases of varying difficulty.

In the past decade, there has been a fundamental change in the business world: Not only is more and more data gathered by companies, but they are increasingly interested in exploiting this asset to generate business value. Data scientists are tasked with translating between the business world and the data world, turn business questions into machine learning models and extract recommendations for business owners. This workshop introduces the basic techniques used and familiarizes the participants with all they need to know for the start into a successful career.

Intensive 2 day workshop for 12 participants maximum.

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The course “Computational Tools for Data Analysis” is designed to give MAINZ graduate students fluency in handling their measurement data. We will get familiar with MATLAB as a powerful tool for processing, analyzing, and visualizing data. Where appropriate, other programs will be involved in this course, e.g. Origin, LabVIEW, Mathematica, and image processing programs. To meet the needs of participants with different backgrounds and skill levels, we will alternate lecture and practice phases of varying difficulty.

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The course “Computational Tools for Data Analysis” is designed to give MAINZ graduate students fluency in handling their measurement data. We will get familiar with MATLAB as a powerful tool for processing, analyzing, and visualizing data. Where appropriate, other programs will be involved in this course, e.g. Excel, Origin, LabVIEW, Mathematica, and image processing programs. To meet the needs of participants with different backgrounds, we will alternate lecture and practice phases of varying difficulty.

Intensive 3 day workshop for 16 participants maximum.

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The course “Computational Tools for Data Analysis” is designed to give MAINZ graduate students fluency in handling their measurement data. We will get familiar with MATLAB as a powerful tool for processing, analyzing, and visualizing data. Where appropriate, other programs will be involved in this course, e.g. Excel, Origin, LabVIEW, Mathematica, and image processing programs. To meet the needs of participants with different backgrounds and skill levels, we will alternate lecture and practice phases of varying difficulty.

One-day MAINZ tutorial on Dynamical Arrest preceding the CECAM Workshop "The Role of Structure in Dynamical Arrest".

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Three part mini course by MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau from the University of Georgia.
Location: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, Room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. (c.t.) ...

Three part mini course by MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau from the University of Georgia.
Location: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, Room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. (c.t.) ...

Three part mini course by MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau from the University of Georgia.
Location: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, Room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. (c.t.) ...

Lecturer: Dr. Kirsten Winkel

The course “Computational Tools for Data Analysis” is designed to give MAINZ graduate students fluency in handling their measurement data. We will get familiar with MATLAB as a powerful tool for processing, analyzing, and visualizing data. Where appropriate, other programs will be involved in this course, e.g. Excel, Origin, LabVIEW, Mathematica, and image processing programs. To meet the needs of participants with different backgrounds and skill levels, we will alternate lecture and practice phases of varying difficulty.

Lecture 3 of a three part lecture of technical training in "Computer Simulation Methods in Condensed Matter Physics".

Speaker: MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau (University of Georgia, USA)

Where: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, 3rd floor, room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. (c.t.)

Everybody is welcome!

Abstract

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Lecture 2 of a three part lecture of technical training in "Computer Simulation Methods in Condensed Matter Physics".

Speaker: MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau (University of Georgia, USA)

Where: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, 3rd floor, room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. (c.t.)

Everybody is welcome!

Abstract

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Lecture 1 of a three part lecture of technical training in "Computer Simulation Methods in Condensed Matter Physics".

Speaker: MAINZ Visiting Professor David Landau (University of Georgia, USA)

Where: MAINZ Seminar Room, Staudinger Weg 9, 3rd floor, room 03-122

Time: 9 a.m. (c.t.)

Everybody is welcome!

Abstract

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Intensive Week including

  • Combined hands-on lab-experience/lectures/seminars
  • Ideal for students after 7th semester and PhD students
  • Teaching language is English

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17.04.2012 - 18.04.2012: Tutorial: Micromagnetics

on April 17 at 4 p.m. (c.t.) and on April 18 at 10 a.m. (c.t.) at Staudinger Weg 7, 55128 Mainz.