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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Workshop in honor of Michael Plum

A workshop for Michael Plum will be held this week in honor of his rich contributions to the analysis of PDEs and to the field of computer assisted proofs.

Further information
Venue "Haus der Kirche"Foto: Ralf Stieber / Schwarzwälder-Bote
Annual meeting 2024

In four weeks we will be in Bad Herrenalb. It is the seventh annual meeting of our CRC. More information is available on the webpage we have set up.

Event's webpage
Detail of the hand-painted fan from the KIT logoKIT
Congratulations to Maria

Our colleague Maria won the Annual Shirt Competition 2023 with her hand-drawn KIT-Logo. In the image above you see the fan as a detail. The t-shirt is available.

To the competition
Meeting of the managementKIT
Management retreat

The CRC's management will be on a retreat for two days (January 29th-30th) in Bad Herrenalb. Preparations for the upcoming annual meeting and planning for the year ahead.

Three people sitting on different chairsKIT
Interview evening

On Wednesday there will be our sixth interview evening. Two alumni, Andreas Sturm and Piotr Idzik, talk about their careers after their time at the university.

Portrait of Christian ZillingerKIT
Successful habilitation

We cordially congratulate Christian Zillinger to his recent achievement. He successfully completed his habilitation process.

Cover of the published bookBirkhäuser
Published book

We are happy that our new book Wave phenomena has been finally published in the Oberwolfach Seminars series.

Have a look at Springer
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Diversity film project

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)