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Research areas and key competences of the work group

optimization on manifolds

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Simulation of an injection moulding process (cluster of excellence MERGE)

Optimal control in engineering applications

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cluster of excellence MERGE

Project on efficient optimization within the cluster of excellence MERGE at TU Chemnitz

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The Chemnitz seminar on optimal control takes place every year in February or March

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Our presentations at international conferences

Work group in May 2019

The research group Numerical Mathematics (Partial Differential Equations) conducts research in theory and numerical solution of optimization problems with partial differential equations.

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New group member: Dmytro Strelnikov

Dmytro Strelnikov started a position as scientific employee on May 26, 2020. His position is funded through the project Simulation Based Optimization of the Time-Dependent Pulse Power for Laser Beam Welding of Aluminum Alloys in Order to Avoid Hot Cracks.

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Ph.D. or postdoc position

The work group has an opening for a PhD or postdoc position with a starting date as soon as possible in the area of simulation based optimization of the time-dependent pulse power for laser beam welding of aluminum alloys in order to avoid hot cracks. Please send your applications before April 01, 2020 as a PDF file to roland.herzog@mathematik.tu-chemnitz.de. See also the official announcement (in German).

MFO Event
Workshop Computational Optimization on Manifolds

A proposal by Pierre-Antoine Absil, Roland Herzog and Gabriele Steidl to host a mini-workshops on Computational Optimization on Manifolds at the Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics (MFO) has been approved. The mini-workshop was going to take place from March 22 until March 28, 2020. However it needed to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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