Dr. M. (Matthias) Möller
- Finite element and isogeometric analysis
- Computational design optimization
- Quantum-accelerated scientific computing
- Scientific machine learning
- Fast, iterative solvers for PDE problems
- 04/2018: Best Paper Award, GMP 2018
- 03/2018: Best Poster Award, 2nd International Conference on Simulation Technology, Stuttgart,
- 12/2009: PhD Dissertation Award of the Faculty of Mathematics, TU Dortmund
- 10/2009: Rudolf-Chaudoire-Award
- 03/2007: Bill Morton Prize, ICFD Conference on Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics in Reading, UK
- 04/2020 - 04/2021: PI of the NWO-funded Quantum leaps in universal quantum computer simulation project.
- 09/2019 - present: PI of the 4TU.CEE funded Think Q: Quantum Programming Education for Engineers project
- 09/2015 - 08/2018: Project Coordinator and PI of the H2020 MOTOR project.
- 2011 - 2014: Co-PI of the Collaborative Research Centre 708.
- 03/2021 - present: Associate professor at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
- 09/2013 - 02/2021: 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.
2021-01-01 - 2023-01-01
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.
* 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