Dr. M. Möller

profiel

Biografie

  • 09/2013 - present: Assistant professor at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
  • 11/2012 - 08/2013: Interim W2-professorship “Numerical continuum mechanics” at the Chair III: Applied Mathematics and Numerics, Dortmund University of Technology, Germany.
  • 08/2009 - 11/2012: PostDoc researcher ("akademischer Rat a.Z.") at this chair.
  • 08/2003 - 07/2009: Scientific researcher at this chair DFG projects KU 1530/1-1, /1-2, /3-1, /3-2, Project coordinator: JProf. Dr. Dmitri Kuzmin.
  • 02/2001 - 07/2003: Undergraduate research assistant at this chair.

Expertise

  • Continuous Galerkin Methods: one of my research interests are high-resolution finite element methods based on a novel class of genuinely multi-dimensional algebraic flux correction (AFC) techniques. I developed an edge-based solver for steady state and time-dependent compressible flows on fully unstructured meshes and combined it with dynamical mesh adaptation techniques based on gradient recovery-based error indicators and a posteriori goal-oriented error estimation techniques.
  • Isogeometric Analysis: I am also working in the field of isogeometric Galerkin methods for flow problems with special emphasis on order-adaptive high-resolution techniques and their efficient implementation on many-core hardware such as GPGPUs or the Intel Many-Integrated Core Architecture.
  • Fast Solvers: I am, moreover, interested in computationally efficient solution methods with special emphasis on nonlinear Newton-type solvers with approximate Jacobians, geometric multi-grid solvers for flow problems and positivity-preserving implicit time-stepping schemes.
  • HPC: another field of interest are parallel computing techniques for many- and multi-core systems with special emphasis on the efficient assembly of finite element forms.
  • Scientific Software: most of my research is pursued in the open-source software package Featflow2. Recently, I started working with the open-source C++ library G+Smo.

Projecten

Prijzen

  • Recipient of the Best Disseration Award in 2009, Faculty of Mathematics, Dortmund University of Technology, Germany.
  • Recipient of the Rudolf Chaudoire Award in 2009, Dortmund University of Technology, Germany.
  • Winner of the Bill Mortron Prize awarded during the 9th ICFD Conference on Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics, University of Reading, England, March 26-29, 2007.

publicaties
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vakken
2014 - Lab 1
2014 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2014 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2014 - Numerical Analysis
2014 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2015 - Numerical Analysis
2015 - Mathematics 5
2015 - Exam
2015 - Lab 1
2015 - Practical
2013 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2013 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2013 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2014 - Mathematics 5
2014 - Exam
2014 - Practical
2016 - Parallel Programming
2016 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2017 - Lineaire Algebra 2
2016 - Special Topics in Computational Science and Engineering
2015 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2016 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2015 - Special Topics in Computational Science and Engineering
2015 - Numerieke methoden voor differentiaalvergelijkingen
2016 - Numerical Analysis
2017 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming C++
2016 - Mathematics 5
2016 - Exam
2016 - Lab 1
2016 - Practical
2018 - Lineaire Algebra 2
2018 - Special Topics in Computational Science and Engineering
2018 - Parallel Programming
2018 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming C++
2016 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming with C++
2018 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming with C++
2015 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming with C++
2017 - Special Topics in Computational Science and Engineering
2017 - Parallel Programming
2019 - Special Topics in Computational Science and Engineering
2019 - Parallel Programming
2019 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming with C++
2019 - Object Oriented Scientific Programming C++
2019 - Linear Algebra 2
nevenwerkzaamheden
Geen nevenwerkzaamheden -

2018-01-01 - 2020-01-01

zbMATH http://zbmath.org/authors/?q=ai:moller.matthias

Short CV:

PhD-Thesis (TU Dortmund University, 2003-2008): Matthias Möller got his PhD in 2008 on adaptive high-resolution finite element schemes for transport problems. During his work on so-called algebraic flux correction (AFC) schemes, he considered discrete Newton methods for AFC-type discretisations and developed a time-dynamic adaptive FEM code for the compressible Euler equations.

Postdoc (TU Dortmund University, 2008-2013): He spent four and a half year as PostDoc researcher at TU Dortmund University giving lectures on continuous and discontinuous finite element methods with special emphasis on flow problems. He worked as co-PI in the CRC 708 '3D-Surface Engineering of Tools for Sheet Metal Forming - Manufacturing, Modelling. Machining'.

Assistant Professor (DIAM, Delft University of Technology,
2013-present): Since September 2013 he is working at assistant professor at TU Delft in the numerical analysis group.

Research interest:

* Finite elements for computational fluid dynamics
* Implicit high-resolution schemes for convection dominated transport problems
* Discrete Newton methods for flux limiting schemes
* Mesh adaptation for stationary and time-dependent flows
* Goal-oriented error estimation for transport problems

Homepage:

http://ta.twi.tudelft.nl/nw/users/matthias/