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Doctoral candidate Elisabeth Hoppe nominated as AI newcomer Elisabeth Hoppe is completing a doctoral degree at the Faculty of Engineering, FAU in the area of quantitative MR imaging in combination with deep learning and has developed a deep learning based reconstruction method for the quantitative ...

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Prestigious EU funding: FAU involved in international doctoral network FAU is involved in a new European training network for doctoral researchers. The 14 research projects focus on the question of how to improve modelling and simulation of complex mechanical systems on computers in future. The Eur...

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Funding for scientists in heart research Cardiac diseases such as heart failure affect the ability of the cardiac muscle to pump blood. This leads to an increased residual filling pressure in the muscle, which places strain on the cell walls. The scientists Prof. Dr. Oliver Friedrich, Chair of Medi...

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The Faculty of Engineering is pleased to welcome its international beginners with general orientation events in English. Date: September 2 to 5, 2019 and October 1 to 3, 2019 These days include a welcoming event with information about getting started in Erlangen (health insurance, city registr...

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Scientists at FAU develop a method for accelerating deep learning processes. Deep learning involves machines learning using neural networks. However, they have to learn from scratch each time they are used in a different area. Researchers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) h...

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FAU researchers describe a further scenario for cluster formation Possibly one of the most intensively discussed topics in the field of physics is the effect of inelastic collapse in the dynamics of dissipative hard sphere systems, a particle model which is often used to simulate granular materials...