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Research Group Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory

CSC Seminar 2020

Prof. Dr. P. Benner, Dr. S. Grundel, Dr. C. Himpe

research seminar of the research group Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory

General Information

Participants: researchers and students of the research group Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory
Room: MPI Magdeburg V0.05/2+3 and BBB
Time: Tuesday 14:00 -- 15:00


past events
27.10.20 Christian HimpeAccelerating Gas Network Simulations
20.10.20 Michael Hinze
(University of Koblenz-Landau)
Fluid mechanic shape optimization with phase field models
24.09.20 postponedCharles Poussat-Vassal (ONERA)Model approximation, a central tool for aircraft modelling, control design and analysis
09.09.20 Iryna VasylievaPartial Stabilization of Nonlinear Stochastic Systems
07.07.20 Nicole Nellesen (RTWH Aachen)Sensor Selection for Bayesian Inverse Problems and Data Assimilation via Dimension Reduction
23.06.20 postponed to wintertermBenjamin Unger (TU Berlin)TBA
23.06.20 Tobias K. S. RitschelEconomic Nonlinear Model Predictive Control of a U-loop Bioreactor
09.06.20 BBBSergio S. Rodrigues (RICAM)On the stabilization of nonautonomous parabolic-like equations with a finite number of actuators
19.05.20 J. SaakFighting the Reproducibility Crisis: Sustainable research software and RRR for computer-based experiments
22.04.20 15:00 (Prigogine)P. Buchfink (U Stutt)TBA
07.04.20 J. HeilandTurnpike and Linear Systems Theory - Old Formulas and New Results
10.03.20 S.W.R. Werner
C. Penke
"Structure-Preserving Model Reduction for Bilinear Systems"
"GR decompositions and their relations to Cholesky-like factorizations"
25.02.20 Frédéric Haller (Hamburg University)Port-Hamiltonian formulation of nonlinear electrical circuits
21.01.20 Adam Pluta (DLR - Institute of Networked Energy Systems)A glimpse into the creation of an automated network model of the European gas transport grid
14.01.20 Daniel Szyld (Temple University)One- and Two-level Asynchronous Optimized Schwarz Methods for the solution of PDEs

Other Years

Jens Saak, saak@mpi-magdeburg.mpg.de