After my studies of mathematics and computer science at RWTH Aachen University I did my Ph.D. thesis in the research group of Prof. Martin Frank at MathCCES institute. After a one year lasting PostDoc in the group of Prof. Michael Herty, I am now PostDoc at the Steinbuch Centre for Computing at KIT in Karlsruhe. Furthermore, I am working on an industry project in the research group of Prof. Erika Ábrahám at RWTH Aachen University.
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My method-oriented research focuses on:
- Finite Volume Methods for Two-Phase Flow
- Uncertainty Quantification
These techniques are applied to several application areas. Furthermore, in interdisciplinary projects the group acts as a bridge to transfer advanced mathematical techniques to real-world problems. Examples include:
- Dynamic Control of Two-Phase Flow Through a Network of Solar Heated Tubes
- Optimal Heliostat Field Layouts for Solar Tower Power Plants
- Robust Placement of Wind Turbines in Offshore Wind Farms
- Optimized Routing of Data and Power Cables Within Wind Farms and Solar Fields
- Modeling and Simulation of Photovoltaic Cells
A list of selected Research Projects
is given below.