The Scientific Computing Research Group belongs to the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics at the University of Mannheim. It was founded in 2011 and directed since then by Prof. Dr. Simone Göttlich. The group’s research activities concentrate on current topics in applied mathematics, with particular emphasis on differential equations and their numerical implementation. We provide expertise in modeling techniques and development of new methodologies for solving dynamic processes and resulting optimization problems.
The research focuses on the mathematical modeling, numerical simulation and optimization of dynamic processes with applications in
Our vision is to unravel the uniform principles that govern the dynamic behavior of different applications and to provide evolved mathematical methods for simulation and optimization purposes. We have extensive experiences with the development of solution algorithms as well as the evaluation on realistic data sets. Our expertise is mainly related to
Mathematical modeling of economic or physical phenomena
Numerical methods for differential equations
Solution algorithms for optimization problems