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Conservation law on networks
Optimal control methods
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Since 04/2018: Research Assistant, School of Business Informatics and Mathematics, University of Mannheim
08/2015 – 01/2018: M.Sc in Business Mathematics, University of Mannheim
09/2014 – 02/2015: Erasmus stay, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
08/2012 – 06/2015: B.Sc in Business Mathematics, University of Mannheim
FSS 2019: Modellierung und Simulation (Seminar)
HWS 2016: Optimierung (Tutorial)
Conferences and Research Stays
IPAM Workshop: „Large Scale Autonomy: Connectivity and Mobility Networks“, November 2020, Online Conference (Los Angeles). Poster presentation: Second order traffic flow networks: A new modeling approach
ECMI Web-Seminar “Math for Industry 4.0 – Models, Methods and Big Data”, December 2020, Online Conference (Berlin). Contributed talk: Optimization of manufacturing systems using digital twins
BYMAT “Bringing Young Mathematicians Together”, December 2020, Online Conference (Valencia). Contributed Talk: Derivation of the advection-diffusion equation and application to material flow and swarming
(Young) Women in Optimization, March 2019, Bonn. Poster Presentation: Space mapping optimization for a second order traffic model.
Workshop/Doktorandinnen Seminar des GRK 1953, November 2018, Annweiler am Trifels.
Rencontres Normandes sur les aspects théoriques et numériques des EDP, November 2018, Rouen, France. Poster Presentation: Coupling of the LWR traffic model with second order conditions. Funded by Young Researcher Funding of the Région Normandie.
IWR school 2018: Advances in mathematical optimization, October 2018, Heidelberg.
German Chapter Conference 2018 of European Women in Mathematics, May 2018, Heidelberg. Poster Presentation: Space mapping optimization for a second order traffic model.
INRIA Sophia Antipolis, November 2019, Sophia Antipolis, France. Talk: An augmented LWR model for traffic networks. Financially supported by DAAD-PPP Frankreich.
Arizona State University, October 2019, Phoenix, USA. Talk: A non-local model for material flow on conveyor belts. Financially supported by DAAD-PPP USA.