Assoz. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Clemens Heitzinger
Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (CAIML)
Head, Research Group for Machine Learning and Uncertainty Quantification
Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing
Department of Mathematics and Geoinformation
Wiedner Hauptstraße 8–10/E101
TU Wien (Technical University Vienna)
Email: Clemens (dot) Heitzinger (at) TUWien (dot) ac (dot) at
Phone: +43 (1) 58801–10167
Fax: +43 (1) 58801–10196
My homepage at TU Wien (may be slightly out of date; the latest version is always here)
Dr. Clemens Heitzinger
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (SoMSS)
Arizona State University (ASU)
P.O. Box 871804
Tempe, AZ 85287–1804
Email: Clemens (dot) Heitzinger (at) ASU (dot) edu
START Prize 2013 for PDE Models for Nanotechnology (1.2 M€) by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). In 2013, 9 out of 96 proposals were funded in an international competition among all areas of science. More information about the FWF START Program can be found here.
Co-Director of TUW CAIML (TU Wien Center for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning).
Deputy Representative of TU Wien at AIDA (International Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Academy).
Senior research associate at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP), University of Cambridge. I worked in Peter Markowich’s applied-partial-differential-equations group.
Total funding so far: ≈ 2.1 M€.
PI, START Project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), PDE Models for Nanotechnology, Nov 2013 – Oct 2019 (projected). (9 out of 96 proposals were funded in an international competition among all areas of science.)
PI, high-potential project funded by WWTF (Viennese Science and Technology Fund), Mathematics and Nanosensors, Jan 2010 – Dec 2013.
PI, project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Mathematical Models and Characterization of BioFETs, Jan 2009 – Feb 2013.
PI, jubilee-fund project funded by ÖAW (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Multiscale Modeling and Simulation of Field-Effect Nano-Biosensors, Apr 2008 – June 2009. (2 out of 30 proposals were selected for funding.)
Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Mathematical Models for Nanoscale Semiconductor Device Engineering, Oct 2003 – Sep 2005.
Co-PI, MSCA COFUND doctoral program co-funded by the European Commission, Engineering for Life Sciences (ENROL), Oct 2021 – Sep 2026 (projected), 4.0 M€.
Co-PI, project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Cargo-Selective Transport with DNA Nanopores, Oct 2017 – Sep 2020 (projected). PI: Stefan Howorka (UCL and University Linz); co-PIs: Peter Hinterdorfer (University Linz) and myself.
Eight-week thematic program Computational Uncertainty Quantification: Mathematical Foundations, Methodology and Data with five workshops at the Erwin Schrödinger Institute in Vienna in spring 2020. Organized jointly with Fabio Nobile (EPFL), Robert Scheichl (University of Bath), Christoph Schwab (ETHZ), Sara van de Geer (ETHZ), and Karen Willcox (MIT and ICES at UT Austin). Workshops:
multilevel and multifidelity sampling methods in UQ for PDEs,
approximation of high-dimensional parametric PDEs in forward UQ,
PDE-constrained Bayesian inverse UQ: spatial statistical models and PDE discretizations,
statistical estimation and machine learning in UQ for PDEs,
UQ in kinetic and transport equations and in high-frequency wave propagation.
Minisymposium Metamaterials at the SIAM Annual Meeting 2018 (SIAM AN18) in Portland, Oregon, USA, from 9 till 13 July 2018. Organized jointly with Boaz Blankrot (one of my PhD students).
Minisymposium UQ for Kinetic Equations at the SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantification 2018 (SIAM UQ18) in Garden Grove, California, USA, from 16 till 19 April 2018.
Minisymposium Stochastic PDEs and Uncertainty Quantification with Applications in Engineering at the 19th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry (ECMI 2016) in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, from 13 till 17 June 2016. Organized jointly with Hermann Matthies (TU Braunschweig).
Thematic program Modeling and Simulation of Nanostructures in Biology and Physics (NANO-10) at the Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna, in 2010.
Workshop on Nanostructures in Biology and Physics at the Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna, from July 22 till July 25, 2008.
Amirreza Khodadadian (PhD University of Vienna; December 2017 – October 2018), then a postdoctoral researcher at Leibniz University Hanover.
Jose A. Morales E. (PhD UT Austin; October 2016 – September 2018), then an assistant professor at the University of Texas San Antonio.
Leila Taghizadeh (PhD TU Wien; October 2019 – present), then a postdoctoral researcher at TU München.
Gerhard Tulzer (PhD TU Wien; April 2015 – June 2016), then an Universitätsassistent at the University of Linz (JKU).
Martin Vasicek (PhD TU Wien; January 2010 – January 2012).
Stefan Baumgartner (defense December 2012; PhD thesis),
Boaz Blankrot (defense September 2020; PhD thesis),
Alena Bulyha (defense July 2011, co-advised),
Ahmad Karimi (TBD),
Lorenz Kapral (TBD),
Amirreza Khodadadian (defense November 2017; PhD thesis),
Hrvoje Kukina (TBD),
Gregor Mitscha-Baude (TBD),
Laleh Narimisa (TBD),
Daniel Pasterk (TBD),
Leila Taghizadeh (defense October 2019; PhD thesis),
Gerhard Tulzer (defense April 2015; PhD thesis).
Claus Aichinger (MSc thesis),
Stefan Baumgartner (MSc thesis),
Andreas Buttinger-Kreuzhuber (MSc thesis),
Clemens Etl (MSc thesis),
Caroline Geiersbach (MSc thesis),
Helmut Horvath (TBD),
Klemens Katterbauer (MSc thesis),
Tobias Kietreiber (TBD),
Julien Malle (MSc thesis),
Marina Rehrl (MSc thesis),
Stefan Rigger (MSc thesis),
Tobias Salzer (TBD),
Benjamin Stadlbauer (MSc thesis).
Markus Böck (BSc thesis),
Patrizia Daxbacher (BSc thesis),
Sebastian Eresheim (BSc thesis),
Stephanie Holly (BSc thesis),
Markus Peschl (BSc thesis),
With joint publications:
Anton Köck (Materials Center Leoben (MCL), Austria),
Distinguished International Member on the Academic Board of the PhD Program in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at the Department of Engineering Enzo Ferrari of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Served on the program committees of numerous international conferences.
My list of publications is available at
I would be happy to send you preprints or reprints if you cannot download the papers from these two pages directly.