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Applied Mathematics 1

Welcome to the Chair of Applied Mathematics (Modelling and Numerics)!

On April 1st, 2020, the structures of the research group Inverse Problems and the chair of Applied Mathematics 1 merged. Head of the chair is Prof. Dr. Martin Burger.

During a consolidation phase you will find information at two websites: AMIP und AM1 (here).

We are working on unifying the contents as soon as possible.

Head

Prof. Dr. Martin Burger

Professors

Prof. Dr. Günther Grün

  • Address:
    Cauerstraße 11
    91058 Erlangen
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-67220
  • Email: gruen@math.fau.de

Deputy Professor

Prof. Dr. Florian Frank

  • Address:
    Cauerstraße 11
    91058 Erlangen
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-67214
  • Email: florian.frank@fau.de

Professor (retired)

Prof. i. R. Dr. Peter Knabner

  • Address:
    Cauerstraße 11
    91058 Erlangen
  • Phone number: +49 9131 85-67237
  • Email: knabner@math.fau.de

Research

Information on the research topics Inverse Problems, Mathematical Image Analysis and Partial Differential Equations can be found here. Further research is centered around partial differential equations arising from mathematical models of continuum mechanics with particular focus on nonlinear coupled systems, including those containing stochastic parameters. The range of scientific activities spans the derivation of such models, their mathematical investigation, the design and rigorous analysis of numerical methods, and the implementation of research results in the form of proprietary and open source software.

 

Teaching

The main areas of our teaching activities include

  • Numerical Analysis
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Mathematics in Engineering and Life Sciences
  • Numerical Methods in Engineering and Life Sciences
  • Functional Analysis
  • Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
  • Introductory mathematical courses, including Calculus, Linear Algebra, etc.

Every semester we offer a wide selection of lectures, labs, and seminars on the above topics.

 

Every semester we offer a wide selection of lectures, labs, and seminars on the above topics.