CRC 1173

CRC 1173

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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Numerics of PDEs unplugged 2020

On October 29th and 30th our event Numerics of PDEs unplugged will happen, unfortunately not that unplugged as intended but with the same spirit.

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Annual meeting 2020

The CRC's Annual Meeting is scheduled this week from October 20th until 23rd and started on Tuesday at 10:00 as a hybrid event.

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Time Integration of PDEs

The CRC workshop Time Integration of PDEs takes place in Bad Herrenalb from 28th to 30th of September 2020.

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Job offers

We offer postdoctoral and doctoral researcher positions. Have a look into our job descriptions.

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Welcome Christian Zillinger

With Dr. Christian Zillinger we are happy to welcome a new junior research group leader in our CRC. As an international scientist with over four years abroad in California and Bilbao he is recognized as an expert on inviscid damping for shear flows and norm inflation techniques.

Interview on our blog (in German)
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One World Numerical Analysis Series

The colleagues at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS) at Edinburgh have announced a virtual seminar series starting on July 20th.

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Welcome Barbara Verfürth

We are really happy to welcome Dr. Barbara Verfürth in our team on a junior research group leader position. As a highly motivated researcher she received a price for her thesis at WWU Münster 2018 and the Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Preis of the GAMM in 2019.

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Summer school 2020

Registration to this year's summer school »Computational Photonics« has been closed. We have participants from all around the world (about 40 countries on all continents).

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