Important information for applicants
Dear applicants for the currently open DAEDALUS PhD positions,
unfortunately the IT infrastructure of TU Berlin has been subject to a rather severe hacking attack.
As a consequence, the central IT servers including TU’s email service have been shut down on Friday, 30 April around 07h30 MET. They are still down and we do not have access to any email at present.
All applicants that have received an email from Tina Schwabe confirming the reception of their application do not have to take any action. We have the data that you have sent.
Applicants that have sent us applications without receiving a confirmation message from Tina Schwabe will have to resend their message as soon as TU has reactivated an email server for tu-berlin.de .
The processing of applications is frozen at present and the application deadline has now officially been moved to 14 May 2021.
A reactivation of TU email will be announced on the TU homepage as well as on the DAEDALUS homepage – please check these web pages regularly.
Due to German legislation we are bound to use the official TU mail server for any communication with regard to DAEDALUS job applications.
Please bear with us for the time being and rest assured: nobody is happier than us that essential IT infrastructure has been taken down on the last day of the DAEDALUS call.
All the best
URL of official TU announcement (at present German only):
Welcome to our new DAEDALUS PIs
We are happy to announce that Professor Gabriele Steidl (TU Berlin), Professor Cecilia Clementi (FU Berlin), Professor Barbara Zwicknagl (HU Berlin), Professor Volker John (FU Berlin & WIAS) and Professor Tobias Breiten (TU Berlin) are now affiliated in DAEDALUS as PIs.
Professor Wolf-Christian Müller new speaker of DAEDALUS
Professor Wolf-Christian Müller, who formerly acted as co-speaker, was appointed as the new speaker of DAEDALUS. The new co-speaker is Professor Gabriele Steidl, who recently became an associated PI at DAEDALUS. Congratulations to both.
Welcome to our new associated PIs!
We recently admitted 5 new colleagues as additionally involved scientist. We welcome Professor Tobias Breiten (TU Berlin), Professor Cecilia Clementi (FU Berlin), Professor Abdulla Ghani (TU Berlin), Professor Gabriele Steidl (TU Berlin) and Professor Barbara Zwicknagl (HU Berlin) to our team!
Professor Gitta Kutyniok accepted the position as Chair for Mathematical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Congratulations to Professor Gitta Kutyniok. She has accepted the position as Chair for Mathematical Foundations of Artificial Intelligence at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Professor Kutyniok, who also has been chair at DAEDALUS, left DAEDALUS in order to fully concentrate on her new position. We very much thank her for the engagement and dedication she put into DAEDALUS and wish her all the best for her future.
Congratulations to Professor Frank Noé, Jonas Köhler and co-authors: Paper on Boltzmann Generators published in Science!
We congratulate on the acceptation of the paper ‘Boltzmann generators: Sampling equilibrium states of many-body systems with deep learning’ by Frank Noé, Simon Olsson, Jonas Köhler and Hao Wu.
Professor Jörn Sesterhenn has accepted the professorship ‘Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics’ at University of Bayreuth. Congratulations!
Professor Jörn Sesterhenn will be mainly engaged in data assimilation. We wish him all the best for the future and congratulate to this achievement!
Congratulations – Prof. Kutyniok has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Senior member.
The IEEE Senior Membership is an honor bestowed only to those who have made significant contributions to the profession. For more information on IEEE see here: https://www.ieee.org/https://www.8ecm.si/program/plenary-speakers
Professor Gitta Kutyniok was announced as fellow of SIAM 2019
We congratulate Professor Gitta Kutyniok for beeing elected as fellow of The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) 2019! SIAM nominates each year outstanding members for their commendable research contributions in the area of applied mathematical and computational science and their particular service to the community. For further details please refer to External link to the SIAM page
Professor Frank Noé is main organizer of this falls program “Machine Learning for Physics and the Physics of Learning” (IPAM)
Simons Fellow at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) for its Fall 2019 program on “Machine Learning for Physics and the Physics of Learning” to be held at IPAM in Sept 4-Dec 8, 2019. Frank Noé is also the main organizer of this program held at UCLA’s Lake Arrowhead Conference Center. For more details: External link to the IPAM page
Professor Frank Noé received Early Career Award from the American Chemical Society
Congratulations to Professor Frank Noé for being awarded this year’s Early Career Award in Theoretical Chemistry of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The society honored his outstanding and pioneering work in the field of innovative computational methods in biophysics, notably ‘Markov Modeling’ and its applications in protein simulations. For more details please refer to: External link to the page of FU Berlin
We welcome our new PhD students!
We welcome our new PhD students, who were selected in our application process.
Call for Applications
RTG DAEDALUS (RTG 2433) funded!