Published on Mon, 04 Jun 2018
Only one month and a half left until the AM30 Symposium on Advanced Carbon and 2D Materials and preparations are in full swing. Please check the symposium website for more details and updates. The registration is now possible under the following link.
Read more … AM30 SYMPOSIUM DRESDEN 2018: Advanced Carbon and 2D Materials
Published on Wed, 30 May 2018
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Are you proficient with the Arduino and feel like experimenting a bit? Then apply for a job as a student assistant! For a joint project of cfaed and tjg. theater young generation dresden in the context of the Science Year 2018 we are looking for a dedicated programmer who develops a robotic arm for an exhibition. Everything revolves around the topic "Working Worlds of the Future". Have we aroused your interest? Here you can find the details of the job description.
Read more … JOB OFFER: Programmer (Arduino) and Enthusiast Wanted!
Published on Fri, 25 May 2018
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A reliable functioning of technical infrastructure networks is essential for our modern, high-tech society. Cascading failures, i.e. chain reactions of failures of different infrastructures, are the cause of many failures of entire networks, e.g. large parts of the European power grids. Although cascading failures are usually influenced by network-wide nonlinear dynamics between the individual failures, their modelling has so far concentrated primarily on the analysis of sequences of failure events of individual infrastructures - however, the dynamics between these events have not been taken into account.
In an article now published by Nature Communications, an analysis scheme is presented which takes into account the event-based character of the chain reaction as well as the specific network dynamic influences.
Read more … Failures in Power Grids: Dynamically Induced Cascades
Published on Tue, 15 May 2018
We are happy to announce that the construction of our new building is almost finished. cfaed scientists from the Chair for Compiler Construction are the first ones who moved to a new office. So please note the new visiting address of the Chair.
We are happy to congratulate cfaed Research Group Leader Thorsten-Lars Schmidt, who was honored with the “Outstanding Mentor Award" of the Dresden International PhD Program (DIPP). The award is given by a PhD student committee to the outstanding mentors of the Dresden International PhD Program and the International Max Planck Research School. The committee is responsible for the nomination as well as for the assigment of ratings.
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