PhD Theses

PhD Theses Mathematics

Topic Advisor Student Date
Numerische Simulation von geometrischen Flüssen für Biomembranen mit Partikelinklusionen

Prof. Carsten Gräser

Xingjian Zhang  
Contact problems with Uncertain Data

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Evgenia Babushkina  
Multiscale Modelling and Simulation of deformation accumulation in fault networks

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Joscha Podlesny  
Gradient flows of particles in lipid membranes

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Tobias Kies  
Numerical Analysis of Hybrid Models for Particles in
Biological Membranes
 

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Maren-Wanda Wolf  
PDEs with uncertain coefficients on moving manifolds

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Ana Djurdjevac  
Numerical methods for multi-phase systems applied to the growth of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin films

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Max Kahnt  
Dynamic large deformation contact problems and applications in virtual medicine

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Jonathan Youett 2016
Intrinsic Discretization Error Bounds for Geodesic Finite Elements Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Hanne Hardering 2015
Dynamic problems of rate-and-state friction in viscoelasticity

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Elias Pipping 2014
Numerical Simulation of Phase Separation in Binary and Multicomponent Systems Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Uli Sack 2014
On the stochastic Richards equation Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Ralf Forster 2011
Convex minimization and phase field models Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Carsten Gräser 2011
Domain decomposition methods for elliptic problems with jumping nonlinearities and application to the Richards equation Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Heiko Berninger 2009
Multidimensional coupling in a human knee model Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Oliver Sander 2008
Hierarchische Gebietszerlegungsmethoden für die gesättigte Grundwasserströmung in Kluftaquifersystemen Prof. Ralf Kornhuber Susanne Gebauer 2004
Monotone Multigrid Methods for Signorini's Problem with Friction

Prof. Ralf Kornhuber

Rolf H. Krause 2001

Students interested in doing their PhD thesis with us are welcome to contact Prof. Ralf Kornhuber or Prof. Carsten Gräser to discuss a possible topic.