Reduced Complexity Models

Events

Planned for september 2020: RedMod Workshop III

The third and last workshop is entitled to present the final project results, with elaborate presentation of new methods and presentation of advancements in the research fields reached through application of the novel data
science methods developed within the project. This workshop will usher in the envisioned long-term potential after the project phase.

Location:
will be announced

Date:
September 2020, details follow

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February 2019: RedMod Workshop II

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Heiligenhafen (Hendrik Weidemann)

The second workshop made the project scientists familiar with a set of new methods. In advance of the 1-week hands-on event the test cases were fully prepared, so that they were available for use during the event. The scientists used these test cases for hands on exercises and benchmarks to implement different prototype methods for different test cases and further development.

Location:
Heiligenhafen

Date:
4 to 8 Feb 2019

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May 2018: RedMod Workshop I

Reduced Complexity Models RedMod Workshop I Wessling

Weßling (Hendrik Weidemann)

The aim of the first workshop was to define test cases to be handled on a PC/laptop. The test cases will emulate the different use cases for the developmental work. The test cases are smaller versions of the computationally expensive use cases.

Location:
Oberpfaffenhofen / Weßling: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)

Date:
7 to 9 May 2018

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December 2017: RedMod Kick-Off-Meeting

Reduced Complexity Models RedMod Kick-Off KDM-Lounge HH

KDM-Lounge Hamburg (Birgit Hünicke)

The project kickoff-meeting initiated the project dialog and the project partner got to know each other. The use cases and the modelling and data science methods used by the partners were presented in detail, including underlying dynamic and mathematical principles. The project partner developed a common language and exchanged concrete ideas and identified requirements for method developments out of the needs for the specific use cases. Working teams and key responsibilities were identified to jointly work and discussed the development of test cases and methods development.

Location:
Hamburg: KDM-Lounge: Internationales Museum Hamburg

Date:
18 to 19 December 2017