Prof. Dr. Henning Meyerhenke
I am the head of the research group Theoretical Computer Science / Parallel Computing in the Institute of Theoretical Informatics of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Please follow the different categories in the navigation bar on the left to receive more information about my work.
In case you are looking for one of my publications, please follow the corresponding link. Do not hesitate to ask me for preprints via e-mail.
DFG Project FINCA
March 2017: The DFG has accepted our renewal proposal for a 3-year project on Fast Inexact Combinatorial and Algebraic Solvers for Massive Networks within the second phase of the SPP 1736 Algorithms for Big Data.
Special Issue on "Algorithms for Community Detection in Complex Networks"
January 2017: I am the Guest Editor for the Special Issue "Algorithms for community detection in complex networks" of the open-access journal "Algorithms" (ISSN 1999-4893). This Special Issue shall reflect recent algorithmic advancements in the field, in particular for scenarios beyond disjoint communities in static undirected one-layer networks. We invite original high-quality research on all algorithmic aspects (both theoretical and applied) of community detection in complex networks.
Additional information such as the submission deadline and guidelines can be obtained from the Special Issue website.
December 2016: We have released a new version of NetworKit, our open-source toolkit for large-scale network analysis. This release brings numerous critical bugfixes as well as useful new features and performance optimizations.
More information can be found on the project website. We welcome user feedback and opportunities for collaboration.
BMBF Project WAVE
December 2015: The BMBF has accepted our joint proposal for the 3-year project An HPC toolbox for the simulation and inversion of wave fields. Our group will take care of the load balancing part.