Sommersemester 2023

9.5. 16:30 Stefan Tappe (Wuppertal) Stochastische partielle Differentialgleichungen und invariante Mannigfaltigkeiten in Hilberträumen mit stetiger Einbettung
10.5 16:00 Merlin Schmitz (Wuppertal) Operator splitting based dynamic iteration for linear infinite-dimensional port-Hamiltonian systems (pHS-Seminar)
11.5. 16:00 Jörg Liesen (Berlin) The Forsythe Conjecture
23.5. 16:30 Thomas Kruse (Wuppertal) Monte-Carlo-Verfahren und tiefe neuronale Netze zur Lösung hochdimensionaler PDGs (Antrittsvorlesung)
24.5 16:00 Kirsten Morris (Waterloo) Exponential Decay Rate of Port-Hamiltonian Systems: Theory and Approximation (pHS-Seminar)
7.6 16:00 Markus Clemens (Wuppertal) Discrete electromagnetic and thermal field formulations considered within the pHS framework (pHS-Seminar)
14.6 16:00 Andreas Frommer (Wuppertal) Port Hamiltonian Structure and Krylov Subspaces (pHS-Seminar)
21.6 16:00 Onur Tanil Doganay (Wuppertal) Optimal control for port-Hamiltonian systems and a new perspective on dynamic network flow problems (pHS-Seminar)
4.7. 16:30 René Pinnau (Kaiserslautern) Optimal Control of Free Boundary Problems
5.7 16:00 Anthony Hastir (Namur) Towards linear-quadratic optimal control for boundary controlled infinite-dimensional port-Hamiltonian systems: an example (pHS-Seminar)

Winterseemster 2022/23

18.10. 16:30 Long Teng (Wuppertal) Numerische Methoden für rückwärts-stochastische Differentialgleichungen (Antrittsvorlesung)
26.10. 16:00 Thomas Kruse (Wuppertal) Stochastic port-Hamiltonian systems (pHS-Seminar)
2.11. 16:00 Timo Reis (TU Ilmenau) Port-Hamiltonsche Formulierung partieller Differentialgleichungen mit und ohne Randsteuerung (pHS-Seminar)
16.11 16:00 Jochen Glück (Wuppertal) Bond Graphen (pHS-Seminar)
22.11. 16:30 Marc Steinbach (Hannover) Generating Synthetic Hepatic Vascular Trees by Optimization
6.12. 16:30 Jochen Glück (Wuppertal) Langzeitverhalten von Operatorhalbgruppen (Antrittsvorlesung)
14.12. 16:00 Manuel Schaller (TU Ilmenau) Singular optimal control of port-Hamiltonian systems with minimal energy supply (pHS-Seminar)
20.12. 16:00 Antoine Tordeux (Wuppertal) Modelling pedestrian dynamics with port-Hamiltonian systems (pHS-Seminar)
31.1. 16:30 Jaan-Willem Simon (Wuppertal) Multiscale and multiphysics material modeling of composite materials
25.1. 16:00 Andreas Bartel (Wuppertal) Multirate and dynamic iteration methods for simulating coupled PH-(P)DAE systems (pHS-Seminar)
1.2. 16:00 Malak Diab (Wuppertal) Operator Splitting for coupled field-circuit systems in pH Form (pHS-Seminar)
6.2. 16:00 Hannes Gernandt (Fraunhofer IEG) On discrete time port-Hamilonian systems (pHS-Seminar)
1.3. 16:00 Thomas Beckers (Vanderbilt) Gaussian Process Port-Hamiltonian Systems: Bayesian Learning with Physics Prior (pHS-Seminar, ZOOM only)
28.3. 16:30 Pavel Petrov (Wuppertal) Modelling of broadband acoustic noise in a shallow sea and assessment of its environmental impact

Sommersemester 2022

3.5. 12:15 Birgit Jacob (Wuppertal) Einführung in port-Hamiltonsche Systeme (pHS-Seminar)
3. 5. 16:30 Michael Stiglmayr (Wuppertal) Repräsentation der nicht-dominierten Menge (Antrittsvorlesung)
10.5. 12:15 Birgit Jacob (Wuppertal) Einführung in port-Hamiltonsche Systeme II (pHS-Seminar)
17.5. 12:15 Birgit Jacob (Wuppertal) Einführung in port-Hamiltonsche Systeme III (pHS-Seminar)
24.5 12:15 Michael Günther (Wuppertal) Symplektische Integratoren I (pHS-Seminar)
31.5 12:15 Michael Günther (Wuppertal) Symplektische Integratoren II (pHS-Seminar
31.5. 16:30 Claudia Totzeck: (Wuppertal) Optimierung mit diskutierenden Agenten (Antrittsvorlesung)
27. 6. 16:00 Benjamin Unger (Stuttgart) Towards optimal surrogates for port-Hamiltonian systems - energy functionals and system norms
28. 6. 11:30 Björn Liljegren Sailer (U Trier) Port-Hamiltonsche Diskretisierung und Modellreduktion
28. 6. 14:00 Andrea Brugnoli (U Twente) Improving multiphysics simulation through port-Hamiltonian system theory
29. 6. 11:30 Nathanael Skrepek (BA Freiberg) Semi-uniform stability of Maxwell's equations
29. 6. 14:00 Hannes Gernandt (TU Berlin) Perspectives in port-Hamiltonian modelling of energy systems
6. 7. 17:00 Karim Cherifi (TU Berlin) Data-driven port-Hamiltonian modeling as enabler for digital twins

Wintersemester 2021/22

1.2.2022 16:30 Nicole Marheineke (Trier) On structure-preserving model order reduction and complexity reduction  
7.12.2021 16:30 Moritz Schubotz (Wuppertal) Building the Portal for Mathematical Research Data within the NFDI  
16.11.2021 16:30 Jochen Glück (Passau) Positive operators in differential equations and dynamical systems  

Sommersemester 2021

27.4. 16:30 Markus Kantner (Berlin) Mathematical Modeling and Optimal Control of the COVID-19 pandemic
23.9., 16:00 Björn Sprungk (Bergakademie Freiberg) Stability of Uncertainty Quantification and Bayesian Inference (Digital via Zoom)

Wintersemester 2020/2021

8.12.2020, 16:30 Fotios Kasolis On the Dynamics of Deterministic Algorithms

Wintersemester 2019/2020

21.1.2020 16:30 Rüdiger Kiesel (Duisburg-Essen) Carbon Risks on Financial Markets
4.2.2020 16:30 Enrique Zuazua (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) Control in population dynamics
22.10.2019 16:30 Ingo Scholtes (Wuppertal) Networks in space and time (Antrittsvorlesung)

Wintersemester 2018/2019

29.1.2019 16:30 Armin Seyfried (Wuppertal) Collective phenomena at pedestrian bottlenecks
15.1.2019 16:30 Björn Sprunk (Göttingen) Markov Chain Monte Carlo for Bayesian Inference in Function Space
11.12.2018 16:30 Alex Schumacher (Wuppertal) Topological derivatives for layout generation of crash-loaded structures
27.11.2018 16:30 Antoine Tordeux (Wuppertal) Longitudinal motion planning for autonomous vehicles
20.11.2018 16:30 Markus Clemens (Wuppertal) Transient field simulations in computational electromagnetics: Formulations, learning, reduction and stability

Summersemester 2018

15.5.2018 16:30 Swantje Bargmann (Wuppertal) Modeling of damage behavior in microstructured solids with focus on metals and composites

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