Poster session of the GAMM Juniors

GAMM Juniors are representatives of the young scientific generation in the fields of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics who represent these scientific fields within the academic research and the society. Activities include the contribution to the Committee "Future of GAMM" to support young researchers' activities, organization of interdisciplinary workshops and summer schools for young scientists and the establishment of networking among young researchers in the GAMM. In their poster session the GAMM Juniors present aspects of their current research from different fields of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics.

Organizers:
Dominik Kern (TU Chemnitz)

 

  • General Information about GAMM Student Chapters
    PhD Dominik Kern | TU Chemnitz | Germany
  • Information about GAMM Student Chapter Chemnitz
    Ailyn Stötzner | TU Chemnitz | Germany
  • Optimization in Shape Spaces
    Kathrin Welker | University of Trier | Germany
  • High performance optimization algorithms for interface identification problems
    Martin Siebenborn | Universität Hamburg | Germany
  • Thermo-Mechanical FE Analysis of a Power Plant Component
    Johanna Eisenträger | Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg | Germany
  • A Least Squares Finite Element Method for Coupled Sea Ice and Subsurface flow
    Fleurianne Bertrand | Universität Duisburg-Essen | Germany
  • H_2-Optimal Structure-Preserving Model Order Reduction
    Petar Mlinarić | Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems | Germany
  • Numerically robust and efficient two-scale FE-FFT-based simulations of elasto-viscoplastic polycrystals
    Julian Kochmann | RWTH Aachen University | Germany
  • Nano-composites with size effects - Fibre-bending stiffness and FE-formulation
    Tobias Kaiser | Institute of Mechanics, TU Dortmund University | Germany
  • Blood Damage Estimation for Medical Device Design
    Lutz Pauli | RWTH Aachen University | Germany
  • L1-Analysis Minimization and Generalized (Co-)Sparsity: When Does Recovery Succeed?
    Martin Genzel | Technische Universität Berlin | Germany
  • A polyconvex extension of the Hencky energy
    Robert Martin | University of Duisburg Essen | Germany
  • Trajectory Tracking by Servo-constraints
    Svenja Otto | Hamburg University of Technology | Germany
  • Hybrid quantum-classical modeling of quantum dot devices
    Markus Mittnenzweig | Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik | Germany
  • Model reduction for linear systems with low-rank switching
    Benjamin Unger | TU Berlin | Germany
  • Convection in porous media
    Marco De Paoli | TU Wien | Austria
  • Reduced-Order Models based on the Shifted Proper Orthogonal Decomposition
    Philipp Schulze | TU Berlin | Germany
  • Modeling Uncertainties in Nonlinear Material Properties and Hysteresis
    Ulrich Römer | TU Braunschweig | Germany
  • Polyconvexity inspired frameworks and structure-preserving integrators for multi-field problems
    Marlon Franke | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT | Germany
  • Image Processing via Harmonic Analysis - Perceptual Image Quality Assessment, Visual Servoing and Feature Detection
    Rafael Reisenhofer | Universität Bremen | Germany