The Tools Seminar provides an opportunity for scientists and students to exchange their experience and knowledge about certain tools with colleagues and fellow students. The term tool is understood in a broad sense ranging from tools to write scientific texts and mathematical software to even more general issues like how to give a good presentation. Everybody's welcome to participate and/or to give a talk. Below you can find the topics of past meetings. The upcoming meetings are announced in our event calendar.
List of previous seminars:
- May 13, 2019: Hands on TikZ (Speaker: Christoph Zimmer)
- February 11, 2019: Designing user interfaces (Speaker: Felix Black)
- January 14, 2019: Xerus - A C++ Tensor Library (Speaker: Michael Götte)
- December 10, 2018: Vim - Boost Your Productivity through Multimodal Editing (Speaker: Paul Schwerdtner)
- November 04, 2018: Reproducible Research (Speaker: Daniel Bankmann)
- July 02, 2018: Scientific Literature Management (Speakers: Daniel Bankmann, Benjamin Unger, Alexander Naydenov)
- June 11, 2018: Makefiles & Latexdiff (Speakers: Daniel Bankmann, Benjamin Unger)
- May 14, 2018: Everything you need to know about GIT (Speakers: Daniel Bankmann, Benjamin Unger)
- May 7, 2018: Open Access, the Deal, and many ways to scientific content (Speaker: Jan Heiland)
All seminar talks held before 2018 can be found on the old website of the tools seminar.
There are no upcoming events at this time.