Projects (7)

Pinkwart, Niels, Prof. Dr. (Computing and Society and Didactics of Informatics)
Duration of Project: 02/2019  01/2022
Financer: Sonstige Stiftungen Andrejewski Day on the topic: "Stability Phenomena in Geometry and Mathematical Physics"
Müller, Olaf, Dr. (Analysis II)
Duration of Project: 10/2018  10/2018
Financer: Sonstige StiftungenThe Andrejewski Day takes part in the frame of the conference "Stability Phenomena in Geometry and Mathematical Physics". There is special emphasis on Mathematical Physics in all talks of that day.

Carstensen, Carsten, Prof. (Numerical Handling of Differential Equations)
Duration of Project: 03/2015  12/2018
Financer: DAADIn the last 250 years, partial differential equations have emerged as one of the most important resources for humanity in understanding a wide variety of phenomena. Firstly, in science and technology: mechanics and mathematical models based on partia ...
CH 12: Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Fingerprinting and Geometric Quantification
Hintermüller, Michael, Prof. Dr. (Applied Mathematics)
Duration of Project: 06/2017  12/2018
Financer: Einstein Stiftung BerlinVery recently, magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF) has been introduced as a highly promising MRI acquisition scheme which allows for the simultaneous quantification of the tissue parameters (e.g. T1, T2 and others) using a single acquisition proc ...
Characteristic Cycles and Representation Theory
Krämer, Thomas, Prof. Dr. (Algebra and Number Theory)
Duration of Project: 10/2020  09/2023
Financer: DFG: SachbeihilfeThe project combines algebraic geometry with the theory of Dmodules and perverse sheaves. Its main goal is to study subvarieties of abelian varieties via characteristic cycles, conic Lagrangian cycles on the cotangent bundle which encode subtle info ...

Carstensen, Carsten, Prof. (Research Groups (DFG))
Duration of Project: 06/2007  12/2012
Financer: DFG: ForschergruppenParticipating project in "Analysis and computation of microstructure in finite plasticity". The occurrence of microstructures in solid mechanics can be attributed to a loss of the convexity characteristics of the underlying energy potentials. Specif ...

Carstensen, Carsten, Prof. (Numerical Handling of Differential Equations)
Duration of Project: 10/2010  06/2016
Financer: DFG: ForschergruppenThe occurrence of microstructures in solid mechanics and, in particular, in finite plasticity can be attributed to a loss of the convexity of the underlying energy potentials. While the material deforms macroscopically, structures in the form of shea ...