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.
We wish a happy Pi Day! We have no much time to celebrate. On the next two days there will be the review of our CRC. We are good to go!
This week are some of us (Marlis, Daniel, Stefan, Niklas, and Lukas) in Amsterdam at the SIAM 2023 Conference on Computational Science and Engineering. Meet them there.Webpage of SIAM 2023
The first talk of 2023 within the Kalrsruhe PDE Seminar will be held by Sebastian Herr. His talk is about Global wellposedness of the Zakharov System below the ground state.To his personal webpage
This week's guest ist Bastian Hilder from the Lund University, Sweden. He will give a talk in our CRC seminar about Invading fronts in pattern-forming systems admitting a conservation law structure.To his webpage
We are happy to welcome Nick Trefethen on Thursday in Karlsruhe. He will give two presentations; one will be an introduction to Chebfun and the other one about Applications of AAA Rational Approximation.To his personal webpage
On Tuesday, January 17th, we submitted the continuation proposal in person to the DFG in Bonn. We are relieved to have achieved this important interim goal.
Congratulations to Dirk Hundertmark, Peer Kunstmann, Tobias Ried, and Semjon Vugalter for publishing their paper Cwikel's bound reloaded in Inventiones mathematicae.To this article
Finally, today we have published the video of our diversity project. You can share it now with friends and family. Have fun watching.To the video (via Youtube)