Multiscale Dynamics group news
Early Career Scientist Prize on Plasma Physics awarded to Jannis Teunissen
Jannis Teunissen (CWI) has been awarded the 2023 Early Career Scientist Prize on Plasma Physics by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.
Consortium to improve cyber-physical systems starts
Recently, the NWO KIC project ‘REGENERATE’ started. Within this public-private partnership (PPP), knowledge institutions and industrial partners are working on reliable high-tech motion systems, like lithography machines to make computer chips.
Streamlining the energy transition with mathematics and informatics
The energy transition requires new solutions for the power grid. And that’s where math and computer science come in. CWI researchers are using mathematics to make sense of power outages, to automatically …
Ute Ebert elected as AGU Fellow
The American Geophysical Union announced that Ute Ebert (CWI and TU/e) was elected as an AGU Fellow for crucial theoretical, numerical and experimental insights on lightning and related sciences.
Hurray! A new national supercomputer: Snellius
On Thursday 16 September 2021, Queen Máxima performed the official opening of the new national supercomputer Snellius. CWI researchers have been computing on the national supercomputer since 1984: from testing security keys …
Nature: AI for understanding extreme physics
Researchers of the University of Oxford, CWI and other organizations published a paper in Nature reviewing the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for understanding 'extreme physics' – the physics of …
CWI and INRIA use AI to better predict harmful solar storms
Extreme solar storms can have destructive effects on communications and electrical power grids. To improve space weather forecasting systems Mandar Chandorkar combined AI and data from space missions. He defends his thesis …
Plasma for Plants technology project granted
Recently researchers from CWI and TU/e were awarded an OTP technology grant to understand the effect of plasma on plants.