Matrix manifolds and applications. PhD project in applied mathematics

Description. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (IMADA) at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) invites applications for a PhD position(f/m) in the area of applied mathematics.

We seek an ambitious candidate with a strong background in one or more of the following areas:
• Numerical linear algebra
• Numerical analysis (in particular: matrix analysis)
• Model reduction
• Differential geometry

Requirements. The successful applicant holds a master degree in pure or applied mathematics. Applications should include a CV, the subject of the master thesis, a list of scientific skills and contact information for two references.

The employment is for three years at a competitive salary. The proposed starting date is September 2018, but earlier and later starting dates can be negotiated.

Details and access to the online application form:

Interested candidates are invited to contact
Ralf Zimmermann

Program for the EU-MORNET Workshop: MOR 4 MECHATRONICS

The program for the MOR 4 MECHATRONICS workshop (February 2nd, Jade University of Applied Sciences) will be:

9:00 – 10:00 Opening (Room: H102)

9:00 Prof. Weisensee, President of Jade University
Prof. Bechtold, Organizer of the Workshop

9:15 Wil Schilders, TU Eindhoven
(Future of the EU-Mornet)

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-12:10 Morning Session (Room: H102)

10:30 Peter Benner, MPI Magdeburg
(Recent Advances in Parametric Model Order Reduction of Descriptor Decisions)

10:55 Boris Lohmann, TU Munich
(Some Results on Parametric Reduction of Linear Port-Hamilton-Systems)

11:20 Jan G. Korvink, KIT Karlsruhe
(Opportunities for Order Reduction and Information Extraction in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance)

11:45 Evgeny B. Rudyni, CADFEM GmbH
(Model Reduction Inside ANSYS – from an idea to an industrial standard)

12:10 – 14:00 Lunch Break (Hotel am Stadtpark)

14:00-15:40 Afternoon Session (Room: H102)

14:00 Andreas Zilian, University of Luxemburg
(Reduced-Order Models for Flow-Driven Energy Harvesting Devices)

14:25 Gabriela Ciuprina, University of Bucharest
(Physics Based Reduced Models for RF-MEMS Switches)

14:50 Frank Naets, KU Leuven
(Model Order Reduction for Nonlinear Dynamics Engineering Applications)

15:15 Athanasios C. Antoulas, Jacobs University
(Model Reduction in the Loewner Framework)

15:40-16.30 Coffee Break with Open Discussion

16:30 End