Institute of Analysis, Dynamics and Modeling

Chair for Analysis and Modeling

at the Department of Mathematics

Research topics at the Chair for Analysis and Modeling

The research at our chair focuses on nonlinear partial differential equations, which play a fundamental role in the description of natural processes and are used to formulate almost all phenomena in theoretical physics.

Research themes at our chair include:

  • Models for the water wave problem
  • Nonlinear optics models
  • Universal behavior in pattern formation processes
  • Instabilities of free surface problems
  • Diffusive behavior
  • Bifurcation theory in the case of discrete and continuous spectrum

Head of the research group is Prof. Dr. Guido Schneider.

The research group is affliated with the excellence-cluster Simulation Technology (SimTech) at the University of Stuttgart, with the Reseach Training Group 1838 Spectral Theory and Dynamics of Quantum Systems and with the SFB 1173 "Wave phenomena: analysis and numerics  at the KIT Karlsruhe.


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Prof. Dr.

Guido Schneider

Professor - Chair for Analysis and Modeling

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Katja Stefanie Engstler

Administration Office - IADM and Chair for Analysis and Modeling/RGT 1838

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