Curriculum Vitae

 
 
 
 
 

Junior Professor

Otto-von-Guericke University

May 2018 – Present Magdeburg
Teaching and academic self-management
 
 
 
 
 

Researcher

MPI for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems

Nov 2013 – Present Magdeburg
Basic research on control systems and responsibility for the research team Computer Aided Control System Design
 
 
 
 
 

Researcher

TU Berlin

Oct 2009 – Oct 2013 Berlin
PhD Projection on Decoupling, Semi-Discretization, and Optimal Control of Semi-linear Semi-explicit Index-2 Abstract Differential-Algebraic Equations and Application in Optimal Flow Control
 
 
 
 
 

Student Employee

Bombardier Transportation

Jun 2007 – Sep 2009 Berlin
Department of aerodynamics: implementation of an automated approach for shape optimization and wind tunnel testings

Teaching

Current Courses

Topic Location
Seminar: Geometric formulations of inviscid fluids and their discretization (with C. Lessig) G2-20 Wed:11-13 LSF

Previous Courses

Topic Occasion
Seminar: Geometric formulations of inviscid fluids and their discretization (with C. Lessig) G5-122 Wed:11-13 LSF
Lecture: Differential-algebraic Equations: an introduction to the theoretical and numerical treatment of DAEs Winter term 2018 at OVGU Script Paperhive
Short course: Introduction to Tensor Based Computing MathCoRe Compact Course 2018
Lecture: Funktionentheorie (Complex Analysis) Winter term 2017 at OVGU
Lecture: Differential-algebraic Equations Summer term 2016 at OVGU
Short course: Model Reduction for Line Time Invariant Systems Summer 2015 at Shanghai University Slides

Recent Posts

While it seems common knowledge how to formulate necessary optimality conditions backed by the famous Pontryagin's Maximum Principle, …

Projects

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Inverse Triple Pendulum

An inverted triple pendulum as a test bench and demonstrator for control routines.

Open Master Thesis

on Modelling of the impact of multiple scattering on measurements using luminescent particles

dolfin-navier-scipy

A Python package that provides an interface between scipy and FEniCS in view of solving Navier-Stokes Equations.

hinf-lqgbt-nse

Python module for application of (Hinf-)LQG-balanced truncation for low-order controllers for the stabilization of Navier-Stokes …

Open Theses Topics

Open projects available in different fields

Multiple Scattering in TPIV

Bachelor thesis on Modelling of the impact of multiple scattering on scalar measurements using luminescent particles

Conferences

Workshops&Visits

2020 – Meet me at the following occasions:

Date Occasion Location
Feb 01 – Mar 15 Visiting Professor at the CMC at Deusto invited by Enrique Zuazua and the ERC DyCon Project Bilbao, Spain
Mar 16 – Mar 20 GAMM Annual Meeting Kassel
Mar 29 – Apr 04 Young Academics Workshop Maxwell, Stokes, and Schrödinger Sion, Switzerland

See previous conferences and visits

My most recent talks

Recent Publications

This paper presents a new frequency-selective filter based frequency separated feedback control strategy for disturbance attenuation …

The Navier–Stokes equations are commonly used to model and to simulate flow phenomena. We introduce the basic equations and …

Linearization based controllers for incompressible flows have been proven to work in theory and in simulations. To realize such a …

We propose a fluid-rigid body interaction benchmark problem, consisting of a solid spherical obstacle in a Newtonian fluid, whose …

We consider the stabilization of incompressible fluid flow using linearized and spatially discretized models. In order to potentially …

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