The “Matrices in Statistics with Applications” graduate course in Uppsala is now open for applications.
The “Introduction to Scientific Computing” graduate course, previously given in Lund, will be held this year in Linköping and is now open for applications.
Combining Partial Differential Equations, Machine Learning and Measurements for Increased Prediction Capability
The “Combining Partial Differential Equations, Machine Learning and Measurements for Increased Prediction Capability” graduate course in Linköping is open for applications.
Call for graduate course in Machine Learning or/and Artificial Intelligence
SeSE is a Swedish initiative for PhD level education in the field of e-Science. SeSE was founded and is supported by the Swedish e-Science Research Centre (SeRC) and the Swedish e-Science Collaboration (eSSENCE). SeSE offers education in the form of academic courses for PhD students in fields where the use of e-Science is emerging and also e-Science education for students in fields which are already computing-intensive.
The graduate school has identified large interest in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and is calling for developing, or offering an already existing, advanced level course in format of the school in the Autumn term of 2019 or in the following year of 2020.
- The course material should correspond, but is not strictly limited, to an equivalent of 3 hp (högskolepoäng) at University PhD level.
- Typical format of a course at the graduate school consists of
- one week of preparatory work e.g., literature studies, carried out at the university where the student is enrolled (home university)
- one week on campus with lectures and exercises (where the course is offered)
- one week of work after the course is completed, typically project work and examination
For more details on the activities organized by the graduate school, mission and organization, please visit the SeSE web page at http://sese.nu/
You expression of interest application should contain a brief overview of the course topics, target audience, name and affiliation of the teacher(s) and a 2-page CV of the course responsible teacher.
You can submit your express your interest by emailing the SeSE coordination team before 30.09.2019. Please contact us if you need more information.
Pavlin Mitev, Director and administration
Arvind Kumar, Vice director and coordinator
The “Computational Python” graduate course in Stockholm is open for applications.
The “Introduction to High Performance Computing – PDC Summer School” graduate course in Stockholm is open for applications.
The “Advanced Molecular Dynamics” graduate course in Stockholm is open for applications.
The “Introduction to Climate modeling I & II” graduate course in Stockholm is open for applications.
The “Introduction to Scientific Computing II” graduate course in Lund is now open for applications.
This year’s Scientific Visualisation course will be held from 26-th to 30-th of November in Uppsala,
with specially invited guest-lecturer, Alex Telea, who is the author of the course book “Data Visualization: Principles and Practice” on which the course is based itself.
The Scientific Visualisation course deals with methods that offer a way to see the unseen, how to select appropriate methods for a given data set, possibilities and limitations with methods, and how to use visualisation toolkits. During the course, you will learn to explore your data interactively in 3D or programmatically using ParaView – an open-source, multi-platform data analysis and visualisation application. While ParaView platform is developed for quick build of visualisations and data analysis using qualitative and quantitative techniques the tool is also well suited for analysis of extremely large datasets using distributed memory computing resources.
For more information on the content, schedule and how to apply for the course, please visit the course web page at http://sese.nu/scientific-visualisation-2018