Steering committee

The steering committee consists equally of members from the mathematical sciences and the SEE disciplines, and has an elected spokesperson. The plenum of doctoral fellows elect two representatives annually, who represent the ideas and wishes of the doctoral fellows within the steering committee and engage in the further development of the school.

Members of the Steering Committee
Portrait Name E-Mail Role at KCDS Research Interest Homepage
martin frank does-not-exist.kit edu Scientific Speaker, MATH Supervisor High-performance computing, uncertainty quantification, mathematical models
grothe does-not-exist.kit edu MATH Supervisor, SEE Supervisor, member of the Steering Committee Multivariate statistics and data analytics, statistical learning, energy
KIT
gudrun thaeter does-not-exist.kit edu MATH Supervisor, member of the Steering Committee Fluid Dynamics and modeling flow
trabs does-not-exist.kit edu MATH Supervisor, member of the Steering committee Nonparametric and high-dimensional Statistics
Uwe Ehret
  Deputy Scientific Speaker, SEE Supervisor Hydrological modeling (process- and data based), information theory
    SEE Supervisor, member of the Steering Committee Material modeling and process simulation in lightweight design
ralf mikut does-not-exist.kit edu SEE Supervisor, member of the Steering Committee Automated Image and Data Analysis
julian quinting does-not-exist.kit edu SEE Supervisor, member of the Steering Committee Atmospheric predictability and machine learning models
Felipe Donoso
felipe aguirre does-not-exist.kit edu KCDS Fellow "Mathematical modeling and simulation of terahertz waves, photons and sub-ps transients towards terahertz tomography at accelerators and for medical applications", M. Frank (SCC) and S. Funkner/E. Bründermann/A.-S. Müller (IBPT)
siyu li does-not-exist.kit edu KCDS Fellow "Advancing Subseasonal Predictions at Reduced Computational Effort - Identifying source regions and pathways of tropical forecast errors towards the extratropics", J. Quinting (IMK-TRO) and S. Lerch (ECON)
  felix rein does-not-exist.kit edu KCDS Fellow "Forecasting precipitation in tropical Africa", P. Knippertz (IMK) and T. Gneiting (STOCH)