Dr Alice Cortinovis wins the SWICCOMAS prize 2023
Dr. Alice Cortinovis, a former PhD of Professor Daniel Kressner (ANCHP), is one of the two winners of the SWICCOMAS prize 2023. Her thesis was selected as the Swiss-based candidate for the 2022 ECCOMAS PhD thesis award on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering.
For the thesis dissertation: « Fast deterministic and randomized algorithms for low-rank approximation, matrix functions, and trace estimation »
Swiccomas is a non-profit association. Its aim is to foster discussions and collaborations within the Swiss community of Simulation-Based Computational Sciences and Engineering, and to stimulate and promote research and education.
This involves colleagues active in various fields including Computational Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Sciences at large (Computational Life Sciences, Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computational Physics, Computational Geo-Sciences etc..), Scientific Computing, and Applied Mathematics.
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