Kaspar Nipp

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s of projects involving computational science 1.) Stochastic modelling of well catchments The project is part of the European Project W-SAHaRA (2000-2003) on 'Stochastic Analysis of Well Head Protection and Risk Assessment' comprising nine partners. Wellhead protection zones serve as an effective protection of groundwater against pollution by regulating(More)
An advanced, multi-dimensional, and massively parallel simulation approach based on quantum mechanical concepts is introduced and its numerical algorithms briefly summarized. It has been implemented in a computer aided design tool called OMEN, specifically dedicated to next generation nanoelectronic devices. OMEN can treat electron, hole, and phonon(More)
The Finite Element Method (FEM) has become an indispensable tool in computer graphics. Typical applications range from computer games, special effects and feature films to virtual surgery training simulators. In the field of geometric modeling, the FEM can help in creating realistic and physically plausible deformations with the user only having to specify(More)
In 1997 a new interdisciplinary program to obtain a Diploma (M.S.) in CSE was started at the ETH Zurich. It is a two and a half years program for students with a two years background in different fields such as electrical or mechanical engineering, chemistry, physics, computerscience and mathematics. We give the design principles of this new program and the(More)
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