Understanding Wave Phenomena
Waves are everywhere, and understanding their behavior leads us to understand nature. The goal of CRC 1173 »Wave Phenomena« is therefore to analytically understand, numerically simulate, and eventually manipulate wave propagation under realistic scenarios by intertwining analysis and numerics.
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We are seeking a (post)doctoral researcher with scientific background in Electrical Engineering, Photonics or Physics to support project C4.To the job offer
Tomorrow on February 24th two of our doctoral researchers, Benjamin Dörich and Jan Leibold, will defend their theses in the afternoon. We wish every success.
On March 2nd to 3rd the CRC's management will hold a retreat. On the agenda will be future events, strategic aspects, and elaborating new ideas.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian J. Cyron from TU Hamburg will give his talk Machine Learning & Computational Mechanics: the natural next step in our PDE seminar on February 11th, 2021.Further information
Our colleague Michael Feischl at TU Vienna will give a talk about Black box algorithms for adaptive FEM on February 8th in the One World Numerical Analysis Series.Further information