Die technische Universität Darmstadt hat eine Pressemitteilung zu PASIROM
veröffentlicht: Forschungsprojekt von Universitäten und Industriepartnern gestartet. Mit mathematischen Methoden das optimale Design für Energiewandler finden: Dieser Aufgabe widmet sich das gerade gestartete Forschungsprojekt PASIROM, an dem drei Universitäten und zwei Anwendungspartner beteiligt sind. Continue reading →
Under the doi 10.3390/mca23010008
Felix Fritzen, Bernard Haasdonk, David Ryckelynck any myself have published a new paper on an algorithmic discussion of competing parametric model reduction techniques for nonlinear problems in Mathematical and Computational Applications
. The Galerkin reduced basis (RB) formulation is presented, which fails at providing significant gains with respect to the computational efficiency for nonlinear problems. Renowned methods for the reduction of the computing time of nonlinear reduced order models are investigated. All approaches are applied to a simple uncertainty quantification of a planar nonlinear thermal conduction problem. The paper is free under CC BY 4.0.
The 3rd International Workshop on Order-Reduction Methods for Mechanics of Materials (WORM 2016) took place from Aug 29th – Wed, Aug 31st, 2016 in Bad Herrenalb, Germany. We presented recent results on domain decomposition and model order reduction in the context of Isogeometric analysis
(IGA); title: Towards Reduced Order Modelling of Resonant Cavities for Particle Accelerators discretized by IGA; authors: Corno, de Falco and Schöps.
This week Dr. Felix Fritzen
from KIT was visiting Darmstadt to work with us on an implementation of various Model Order Reduction techniques for parametrized systems, e.g., to be used in uncertainty quantification. The work is part of the scientific network Cosimor
. The figure on the left shows an -surprisingly beautiful- error plot that we obtained.
This week I will attend the 2nd International Workshop on Order-Reduction Methods for application to Mechanics of Materials (WORM2014). Its main focus is the prediction of constitutive properties of microstructured materials using reduced order models but also related topics were welcomed. We contribute with a talk an parametrized model order reduction for Maxwell’s equations.
On 28 Jul 2014, 16:15–17:45 (Location: S2|17-103) Bernard Haasdonk, University of Stuttgart will talk on Reduced Basis Methods for Parametric Problems
Next week the Kleinheubacher Tagung 2013
of the U.R.S.I. Landesausschuss in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland e.V. will take place in Miltenbach. Scientific Program
and Book of Abstracts
are freely available.
- On Tuesday, 16:40 – 17:00 Uhr (KHT2013-B.2-1) U. Römer will present our joint work on “A First Order k-th Moment Method for the Nonlinear
Magnetoquasistatics Problem with Material
- On Wednesday, 13:40-14:00 (KHT2013-B.3-1) I will present a talk about “Model Order Reduction for the Uncertainty Quantification of Voltage Insulators with Nonlinear Resistive Electric Field Grading”. This is based on research together with D. Schmidthäusler, M. Clemens. An illustration is given in the Figure to the right.
Next week I will participate at the workshop WORM 2013
. It’s main scope is the prediction of the constitutive properties of microstructured materials using numerical methods is associated with a high demand in CPU time and memory. During the past two decades, order-reduction techniques have been given increased attention by both academia and industry. These methods can help to significantly reduce not only the computational time, but also the storage requirements (RAM and disk space) which are essential features when it comes to mechanics of materials. The workshop deals with this particular subdomain of model order-reduction for application to the mechanics of materials.
Starting from Tuesday, June 28, Dr. Felix Fritzen
from KIT will visit the Graduate School CE. The meeting is held within the framework of the DFG network CoSiMOR
Prof. Dr. Romanus Dyczij-Edlinger
, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken talks in the joint seminar of TEMF and the Graduate School CE
on 27 May 2013, 16:15 at S2|17-103 about “Finite-Element Simulation of Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields”.