Vorträge 2015

Vorträge 2015

Termin Inhalt Vortragender
19.02.2015
16.45 Uhr
Finite element method and pollution in case of re-entrant corners (Details) Dr. Petra Pustejovska und Dr. Lorenz John (TU München)
25.02.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
Applications of Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element-Isogeometric Analysis Methods (Details) Dr. Ioannis Toulopoulos (RICAM Linz)
04.03.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
Mesh optimization with generic quality criteria-based target functions (Details) Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Martin (VRVis Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung Forschungs-GmbH Wien)
13.03.2015
14.00 Uhr
 
Some inverse problems in parabolic partial differential equations (Details) Prof. Dr. Marián Slodicka (Universität Gent)
18.03.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
On linear convergence for the method of alternating projections (Details) Dr. Thao Hieu Nguyen (z.Z. Uni Göttingen)
19.03.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
hp-adaptive BEM for frictional contact problems (Details) Jun.-Prof. Dr. Lothar Banz (Uni Salzburg)
23.04.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
Nonlinear Optimization and HemiVI for Unilateral Crack Problems (Details) Dr. habil. Victor A. Kovtunenko (University of Graz)
22.05.2015
11.00 Uhr
 
Applications of weighted estimates to mixed finite element method (Details) Maria Eugenia Cejas (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
09.06.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
Pointwise convergence of the feasibility violation for Moreau-Yosida regularized optimal control problems (Details) Jun.-Prof. W. Wollner (Universität Hamburg)
23.06.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
A survey on the analysis and numerical analysis of some turbulence models (Details) Univ.-Prof. Dr. Volker John (Freie Universität Berlin)
26.06.2015
14.00 Uhr
 
A-Posteriori-Fehlerkontrolle für h- und hp-Finite-Elemente-Methoden für Variationsungleichungen (Details) Prof. Dr. A. Schröder (Uni Salzburg)
02.12.2015
17.00 Uhr
 
The mortar finite element method and its application to nonlinear transmission problems. (Details) Matthias Gsell (TU Graz)
14.12.2015
16.00 Uhr
 
Numerical Analysis and Simulation of PDE-Constrained Shape Optimization via Control of a Shape Function on a Fixed Domain (Details) Dr. Peter Philip (LMU)