Scientific Computing Research Seminar (4 ECTS)

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Simone Göttlich


The Scientific Computing Research Seminar aims to bring together Master students, PhD students and researchers to present recent results on mathematical modeling, simulation and optimization of partial differential equations.


Thursdays from10:15–11:45 in B6, C301. This term the seminar will be offered in presence.

Please contact Prof. Göttlich for the registration.



Internal discussion 
29.09.Manuel Schaller (TU Ilmenau)Singular optimal control of port-Hamiltonian systems
06.10.Lukas WolffCombining Domain Decomposition Methods and Gradient Descent Procedures for the Optimal Control of Gas Networks
20.10.Mapundi Banda (University of Pretoria)An analysis of input-to-state stabilisation (ISS) of hyperbolic systems of balance laws
03.11.Amira El Amouri (Volkswagen AG)Identification of driver interaction modes in assisted driving
10.11.Patrick MehlitzA nonsmooth Newton-type method for Mathematical Problems with Complementarity Constraints
17.11.Thomas SchillingerThe self-excitation property of accidents in a data-driven traffic network model
24.11.Alena Ulke (RWTH Aachen University)Optimization of Speed Limits to Reduce Emissions of Vehicular Traffic


Calvin Speiser

Stationaritäts- und Regularitätskonzepte für Optimierungsaufgaben mit Komplementaritätsbeschränkungen

08.12.10:15–11:00: Jennifer HofmannModeling and optimization of network models for supply chains (Article by Göttlich, Herty, Klar)
 11:00–11:45: Christian JachemichOptimization of order policies in supply networks (Article by Göttlich, Herty, Ringhofer)