Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

The Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing group has its particular strength in the development of novel, efficient, and accurate numerical methods that are capable of tackling complex problems of practical interest. Our broad long-term goal is to provide good software for the solution of differential equations and optimization problems, one of the main modelling tools in science and engineering. We are currently engaged in the following specific application areas: computational medicine and meteorology, modelling of aircraft turbines, and optimal control of gas and water networks.

How to find us

The research group "Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing" is located at S4|10 (Dolivostr. 15). Here you can find a map of the area (or via Google maps).

AG Seminar Numerik

  • Di, 17.10.2017, 15:30, S314: Prof. Bülent Karasözen (METU Ankara)
    Energy preserving model reduction of the nonlinear Schödinger equation
  • Di, 24.10.2017, 15:30, S314: Vsevolod Shashkov (TU Berlin)
    On model order reduction for transient electromagnetic field-circuit coupled systems based on convolution quadrature
  • Di, 07.11.2017, 15:30, S314: Lukas Schöbel-Kröhn
    Analysis and numerical approximation of chemotaxis on networks.
    16:15, S314: Lars Maier (AG Geometrie)
    Intrinsic elliptic PDEs on submanifolds - approximate ambient solutions
  • Mo, 13.11.2017, 16:30, S142: Matko Ljulj (Zagreb)
    Mesh-reinforced shells
  • Mo, 20.11.2017, 16:30, S142: Bogdan Radu
    A mixed finite element method with mass lumping for wave propagation
  • Di, 28.11.2017, 15:30, S142: Jürgen Dölz (GSC CE)
    Hierarchical matrix techniques for PDE with random input data
  • Di, 05.12.2017, 15:30, S314: Lisa Wagner
    Second-Order Implicit Methods for Conservation Laws with Applications in Water Supply Networks
    16:15, S314: Tobias Seitz
    Geometry identification and data enhancement for distributed flow measurements
  • Di, 09.01.2018, 15:30, S214: Elisa Strauch
    tba
  • Di, 16.01.2018, 15:30, S214: Gabriel Teschner
    Fast Iterative Solvers for Fluid Flow Problems Discretized by Finite Elements
  • Di, 23.01.2018, 15:30, S214: Axel Lukassen
    tba

News

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Contact

AG Numerik
FB Mathematik
TU Darmstadt
Dolivostraße 15
64293 Darmstadt

Elke Dehnert

dehnertmathematik.tu-darmstadt.de

Phone: +49 6151 16-23163
Fax: +49 6151 16-23164

 

 

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