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.
Next week there will be conferences of great interest to our scientific field; the Scica∂e and the Waves conference. Both were postponed and they will be held upcoming week, finally. You can meet some of us at these meetings.
The former iRTG spokesperson Julian Baumstark has received a little gift as a token of appreciation for his commitment in the last four years. It is a Pilsner glass with his engraved name and additionally a barrel of Pilsener.
Julia Henninger has been elected by the group of doctoral researchers of the iRTG as their new spokesperson. We cordially gratulate her and wish her a successful time to this honorable activity.
Since we have some valuable colleagues from physics who work with us in this CRC, we would like to draw your attention to the German Conference of Women in Physics, which will take place at KIT in November this year.To the conference's website
We have been wanting to host a new edition of Women in PDEs for a while. The time has come. It is scheduled to take place in October this year. Registration is open.To the Women in PDEs webpage
The Eurasian Association on Inverse Problems (EAIP) has held their EAIP Awards Ceremony. One of the awardees is our colleague Andreas Kirsch. We cordially congratulate him to this achievement.To the announcement