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IRTG Modern Inverse Problems (MIP)

Kategorie: ‘Principal Investigator’

Principal Investigators

28. September 2018 | von


Prof. Marek Behr, Ph.D.
Computational Analysis of Technical Systems

Research Topic:
Novel Stabilized Finite-Element Methods for Microstructured and Complex Fluids

Prof. Dr. Benjamin Berkels
Mathematical Image and Signal Processing

Research Topic:
Computational Tools for Chemical Imaging

Prof. Paolo Bientinesi
High-Performance and Automatic Computing

Research Topic:
Methods for Demand-Side-Management in Process and Chemical Industry

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Elgeti
Computational Analysis of Technical Systems

Research Topic:
Modeling and Simulation of Solidification with Isogeometric Interface Tracking Methods

Prof. Dr. Leif Kobbelt
Computer Graphics

Research Topic:
Boundary Conforming Smooth Spline Spaces for Isogeometric Analysis

Prof. Georg May, Ph.D.
High-Order Methods in Multiphase Flow Simulation

Research Topic:
Metric-Based Anisotropic Adaptation for Optimal Petrov-Galerkin Methods

Prof. Alexander Mitsos, Ph.D.
Process Systems Engineering

Research Topic:
Methods for Demand-Side-Management in Process and Chemical Industry

Prof. Roger Sauer, Ph.D.
Mechanical Engineering

Research Topic:
Constitutive Reconstruction for Evolving Surfaces

Prof. Dr. Manuel Torrilhon
Computational Engineering Science

Research Topic:
Numerical Reconstruction Techniques for the Boltzmann Equation

Prof. Karen Veroy-Grepl, Ph.D.
High Performance Computation for Engineered Systems

Research Topic:
Model Order Reduction for Goal-Oriented Bayesian Inversion

 

Prof. Florian Wellmann, Ph.D.
Computational Geoscience and Reservoir Engineering

Research Topic:
Model-Controlled Bayesian Inversion for Geophysical Inverse Problems