Chair of Numerical Modelling and Simulation
The focus of the group MNS is the design and analysis of numerical algorithms for partial differential equations.
We are mostly interested in differential problems enjoying mathematical structures that need to be preserved at discrete level in order to achieve accuracy and stability of the numerical schemes. In particular, the research is oriented towards the development of novel and innovative numerical techniques aiming at improving the integration between numerical simulations and geometric modelling and processing. The targeted applications span from elasticity to electromagnetic problems.
15.08.2020 – MNS Chair welcomes a new postdoc, Jochen Hinz, to join our group. Jochen got his Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics at TU Delft in 2020, under the supervision of Dr. Matthias Möller and Prof. Kees Vuik. We wish him the best of luck in this new research period. Welcome to our team!
24.07.2020 – We are recruiting “Assistants Etudiants” for the course of Analyse 1 MATH-101(g). If you are interested, please send an email to [email protected]. Note that the following are necessary conditions in order to be recruited:
– you must apply through the IS academia platform;
– you must have passed the Analysis 1 course with a score of at least 5;
– you will have to give your availability to work on Saturdays.
01.07.2020 – MNS Chair welcomes a new postdoc, Emiliano Cirillo, to join our group. Emiliano got his Ph.D. degree in Informatics at University of Lugano in 2019, under the supervision of Prof. Kai Hormann. He has worked as a postdoc researcher in Computer Science at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, under the supervision of Prof. Gershon Elber. We wish him the best of luck in this new research period. Welcome to our team!
01.05.2020 – MNS Chair welcomes a new postdoc, Bernard Kapidani, to join our group on May 1st, 2020. Bernard got his Ph.D. degree in Industrial and Information Engineering at the University of Udine in 2018, under the supervision of Prof. Ruben Specogna and Prof. Lorenzo Codecasa. He has worked as a postdoc researcher at the Technical University of Vienna, under the supervision of Prof. Schöberl. We wish him the best of luck in this new research period. Welcome to our team!
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