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

Winter term 2021/22

February 1st, 16:30 Nicole Marheineke (Trier) On structure-preserving model order reduction and complexity reduction  
December 7th, 16:30 Moritz Schubotz (Wuppertal) Building the Portal for Mathematical Research Data within the NFDI  
November 16th, 16:30 Jochen Glück (Passau) Positive operators in differential equations and dynamical systems  

Summer term 2021

April 27th, 16:30 Markus Kantner (Berlin) Mathematical Modeling and Optimal Control of the COVID-19 pandemic
September 23th, 16:00 Björn Sprungk (Bergakademie Freiberg) Stability of Uncertainty Quantification and Bayesian Inference (Digital via Zoom)

Winter term 2020/2021

December 8th, 16:30 Fotios Kasolis On the Dynamics of Deterministic Algorithms

Winter term 2019/2020

January 21st 2020 Rüdiger Kiesel (Duisburg-Essen) Carbon Risks on Financial Markets
February 4th 2020 Enrique Zuazua (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) Control in population dynamics
Oktober 22nd 2019 Ingo Scholtes (Wuppertal) Networks in space and time

Winter term 2018/2019

January 29th 2019 Armin Seyfried (Wuppertal) Collective phenomena at pedestrian bottlenecks
January 15th 2019 Björn Sprunk (Göttingen) Markov Chain Monte Carlo for Bayesian Inference in Function Space
December 11th 2018 Alex Schumacher (Wuppertal) Topological derivatives for layout generation of crash-loaded structures
November 27th 2018 Antoine Tordeux (Wuppertal) Longitudinal motion planning for autonomous vehicles
November 20th 2018 Markus Clemens (Wuppertal) Transient field simulations in computational electromagnetics: Formulations, learning, reduction and stability

Summer term 2018

May 15th 2018 Swantje Bargmann (Wuppertal) Modeling of damage behavior in microstructured solids with focus on metals and composites

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