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Degree projects for Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering

The master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) pursues long-term industrial relations, and interacts with companies such as ABB Corporate research (KTH), Shell (TU Delft), and simulation software developers such as COMSOL Inc. The collaborations lead to challenging degree projects, internships, and potential future careers.

The master's degree project may be performed in a research group at the institute or as a project in industry or consulting company. It comprises 30 ECTS credits, and is carried out in the second half of the second year of the programme. Students are supervised and examined by faculty from both the home and the host university. Topics of degree projects are suggested at the joint workshop or by teachers at the home or host university. The result of the project is presented as a written report and in an oral seminar.


TU Delft

TU Berlin

  • An algebraic multilevel Krylov solver for large scale sparse problems, Rainer Hartmann, 2012
  • The preconditioned Helmholtz equation for scattering problems, Luis Garcia Ramos, 2012
  • Parameter identification with differential-algebraic equations, Jin Zhuang, 2012
  • Modeling the quintuplet cluster with n-body simulations, Slobodan Milovanovic, 2013
  • Optimal distributed point control of linear elliptic equations, Munkhzul Zorigt, 2014
  • Optimal boundary point control for linear elliptic equations, Baljinnyam Sereeter, 2014
  • Convergence of stochastic coagulating particle systems, Astrid Boje, 2015
  • Comparison of multilevel methods for the numerical solution of Helmholtz equations, Dabiao Ma, 2017
  • Structure preserving time-integration of dissipative Hamiltonian systems, Jorge Alberto Ventura Flores, 2017
  • Preconditioning for Elliptic Optimal Control Problems, Aseem Dua, 2017
  • Sparsity promoting algorithms for multi-component magnetic resonance parameter mapping, Martijn Nagtegaal, 2018
  • Wavelet-Based Adaptive Mesh Refinement, Jorien Knipping, 2018
  • Optimization of Lyapunov exponents for large scale systems. Linus Johnson, 2020

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Master's programme in Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE)