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We perform research on mathematical algorithms required to treat modern engineering challenges.  
 
We perform research on mathematical algorithms required to treat modern engineering challenges.  
 
The focus is on numerical methods such as the finite element method to solve field problems in computational solid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and computational electromagnetics.  
 
The focus is on numerical methods such as the finite element method to solve field problems in computational solid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and computational electromagnetics.  
We care about the development of new algorithms, a detailed understanding of the methods, and the efficient implementation on modern computer architectures.
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We care about the development of new algorithms, a detailed theoretical understanding of the methods, and the efficient implementation on modern computer architectures.
  
  

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Computational Mathematics in Engineering

We perform research on mathematical algorithms required to treat modern engineering challenges. The focus is on numerical methods such as the finite element method to solve field problems in computational solid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and computational electromagnetics. We care about the development of new algorithms, a detailed theoretical understanding of the methods, and the efficient implementation on modern computer architectures.


The Research Group is part of the Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing at Vienna University of Technology.


Head of the Group

Prof. Dr. Joachim Schöberl

Secretary

Mrs. Brigitte Ecker brigitte.ecker@tuwien.ac.at <br\> Mrs. Manuela Khaladj mkhaladj@mail.zserv.tuwien.ac.at

Postal Address

Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10 <br\> 1040 Wien <br\> Austria