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[37] Clemens Heitzinger. Stochastic PDEs, multiscale problems, and optimal numerical methods, 4 November 2016. Seminar talk at the University of Southern California (USC). Invited. [ bib ]
[36] Clemens Heitzinger. The stochastic drift-diffusion-Poisson system and the Boltzmann-Poisson system, 31 October -- 3 November 2016. Presentation at the KI-Net Conference “Mean-Field Modeling and Multiscale Methods for Complex Physical and Biological Systems” at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB). Invited. [ bib ]
[35] Clemens Heitzinger. Stochastic PDEs for rational design in nanotechnology, 27 October 2016. Seminar talk at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University. Invited. [ bib ]
[34] Clemens Heitzinger. Stochastic partial differential equations with applications in nanotechnology, 26 October 2016. Seminar talk at the Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin -- Madison. Invited. [ bib ]
[33] Clemens Heitzinger. Using stochastic partial differential equations to model noise, fluctuations, and process variations in nanoscale devices, 19 October 2016. Lecture at the Seventh European SiNano Summer School, Bertinoro, Italy. Invited. [ bib ]
[32] Clemens Heitzinger. Stochastic simulation of nanowire and nanopore sensors, 12 May 2016. Presentation in the Condensed Matter and Biological Physics Seminar, Department of Physcis, Brown University, Providence, RI. Invited. [ bib ]
[31] Clemens Heitzinger. Deterministic and stochastic PDEs applied to the simulation of nanotechnological devices, 17 December 2015. Presentation in the Seminario de Matemática Aplicada at the Departamento Matemática Aplicada at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Invited. [ bib ]
[30] Clemens Heitzinger. Was machen mit all den Daten? Mathematik und Medizin (What to Do with All the Data? Mathematics and Medicine), 11 December 2015. Presentation at the ANISS/ASDI Meeting at the Austrian Federal Ministry of Health (Bundesministerium für Gesundheit). Invited. [ bib ]
[29] Clemens Heitzinger. Stochastic partial differential equations, multiscale problems, and applications in nanotechnology, 13 October 2015. Seminar presentation at TU Braunschweig. Invited. [ bib ]
[28] Clemens Heitzinger. Mathematics and medicine, 5 March 2015. Seminar presentation at the Department for Hospital Hygiene and Infection Control, Medical University of Vienna. Invited. [ bib ]
[27] Clemens Heitzinger. Multiscale problems in nanotechnology, 22 January 2015. Presentation at the Winter 2015 Workshop of the FWF Doktoratskolleg Dissipation and Dispersion in Nonlinear PDEs in Rust, Austria. Invited. [ bib ]
[26] Clemens Heitzinger. Deterministic and stochastic multiscale problems arising from nanoscale sensors, 20--25 July 2014. Keynote lecture at the 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI) in Barcelona, Spain. Keynote lecture. [ bib ]
[25] Clemens Heitzinger. Transport through confined structures as a multiscale problem, 28 June 2014. Presentation at the workshop on Computational Multiscale Methods (Workshop 1426) at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany. Invited. [ bib ]
[24] Clemens Heitzinger. Transport equations for confined structures derived from the Boltzmann equation, 28 March 2014. Presentation at the KI-Net Workshop “Mathematical and Numerical Methods for Complex Quantum Systems” at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Invited. [ bib ]
[23] Gerhard Tulzer and Clemens Heitzinger. Simulation of fluctuations and noise in nanoscale sensors, 27 March 2014. Presentation at the 5th International Congress on Nanotechnology in Medicine and Biology (BioNanoMed 2014) in Krems, Austria. Invited. [ bib ]
[22] Clemens Heitzinger. Calculating ionic currents through confined structures such as ion channels and nanopores, 2 August 2013. Presentation at the 541st WE-Heraeus-Seminar “Transport through Nanopores: From Understanding to Engineering” at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. Invited. [ bib ]
[21] Clemens Heitzinger. Numerical homogenization with new applications in nanotechnology and metamaterials, 18 March 2013. Presentation at the workshop on the Interplay of Theory and Numerics for Deterministic and Stochastic Homogenization (Workshop 1312) at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany. Invited. [ bib ]
[20] Clemens Heitzinger. Mathematical modeling, simulation, and rational design of nanowire sensors, 5 June 2012. Invited speech at the 10th Annual Industrial Simulation Conference (ISC 2012), Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic. Invited. [ bib ]
[19] Clemens Heitzinger. Simulation of nanowire sensors, 24 February 2012. Seminar presentation at Nokia Research Center Cambridge, UK. Invited. [ bib ]
[18] Clemens Heitzinger. PDE models for nanowire bio- and gas sensors including stochastic effects, 16 November 2011. Seminar presentation at the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM) at the University of Maryland. Invited. [ bib ]
[17] Clemens Heitzinger. Partial differential equations and nanowire biosensors, 21 February 2011. MCSE (Division of Mathematical and Computer Sciences and Engineering) Colloquium at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Invited. [ bib ]
[16] Clemens Heitzinger. Homogenization and transport in confined structures for nanotechnological sensors, January 2011. Seminar presentation at the Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France. Invited. [ bib ]
[15] Clemens Heitzinger. Homogenization and transport in confined structures for applications in nano-sensors, November 2010. Seminar presentation at DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK. Invited. [ bib ]
[14] Clemens Heitzinger. Homogenization and related topics for transport in nano-structures, November 2010. Presentation at the workshop “PDEs in Kinetic Theories: Kinetic Description of Biological Models” at ICMS, Edinburgh, UK (satellite event of the semester on kinetic PDEs at the Isaac Newton Institute). Invited. [ bib ]
[13] Clemens Heitzinger. Multiscale modeling and stochastics of field-effect sensors, September 2009. Seminar presentation at the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM) at the University of Maryland. Invited. [ bib ]
[12] Clemens Heitzinger. Mathematical modeling of field-effect sensors and their stochastics, September 2009. Presentation at the workshop “Modeling Challenges for Bio-Medical Sensors -- Leveraging TCAD for New Applications” at SISPAD 2009 (Simulation of Semiconductor Processes and Devices) in San Diego, CA. Invited. [ bib ]
[11] Clemens Heitzinger. Models for field-effect sensors, April 2009. Presentation at “Workshop III: Flows and Networks in Complex Media” of the program “Quantum and Kinetic Transport: Analysis, Computations, and New Applications” at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA. Invited. [ bib ]
[10] Clemens Heitzinger. Multiscale modeling of field-effect nano-sensors, March 2009. Presentation at the workshop “Kinetic Description of Multiscale Phenomena” at the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM) at the University of Maryland. Invited. [ bib ]
[9] Clemens Heitzinger. Modeling and simulation of field-effect nano-biosensors, January 2009. Seminar presentation at the Max Planck Institute for Metal Research, Stuttgart. Invited. [ bib ]
[8] Clemens Heitzinger. Modeling and simulation of field-effect nano-biosensors, October 2008. Seminar presentation at Yale University. Invited. [ bib ]
[7] Clemens Heitzinger. Multi-scale modeling and simulation of field-effect nano-biosensors, October 2008. Presentation at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). Invited. [ bib ]
[6] Clemens Heitzinger, Alena Bulyha, Norbert Mauser, Christian Ringhofer, Yang Liu, and Robert Dutton. Stochastic and continuum models of biofunctionalized surface layers for multi-scale modeling of field-effect nano-biosensors (BioFETs), September 2008. Presentation at Nanosensors for Industrial Application (NANOSENS 2008), Vienna, Austria. [ bib ]
[5] Clemens Heitzinger. Modeling and simulation of field-effect nano-biosensors, September 2008. Seminar presentation at the University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Division Jülich and Research Center Jülich. Invited. [ bib ]
[4] Clemens Heitzinger. Modeling and simulation of field-effect biosensors, April 2008. Seminar presentation at the Stanford Genome Technology Center. Invited. [ bib ]
[3] Clemens Heitzinger. Multi-scale modeling and simulation of field-effect biosensors, February 2008. Seminar presentation at Stanford University. Invited. [ bib ]
[2] Clemens Heitzinger. Multi-scale modeling and simulation of field-effect biosensors, January 2008. Seminar presentation at Arizona State University. Invited. [ bib ]
[1] Clemens Heitzinger and Christian Ringhofer. A note on the symplectic integration of the nonlinear Schrödinger equation, October 2003. Workshop on Quantum and Many-Body Effects in Nanoscale Devices at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA. Invited. [ bib ]

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