Gregor Gantner

Project Leader (Postdoc)


I have started a (tenured) Inria Starting Faculty Position in Paris and will not update this homepage in the future. This is my new homepage: https://who.rocq.inria.fr/Gregor.Gantner/


TU Wien
Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing (E 101)
Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10
1040 Vienna, Austria


Freihaus building (Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10, 1040 Vienna)

Office Hours (Sprechstunde):

After appointment, e.g., via email

Current Fields of Research:

Numerical Treatment of PDEs, Finite Element Methods (FEM), Least-Squares FEM, Boundary Element Methods (BEM), Space-Time Methods, Isogeometric Analysis (IGA), Adaptive Mesh-Refining Strategies, Convergence and Optimality of Adaptive Algorithms

Short Curriculum Vitae:

since 11/2022 (tenured) Inria Starting Faculty Position, Inria Paris, France
02/2022-10/2022Postdoc at the Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing, TU Wien, Austria
11/2019-01/2022Postdoc at the Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
12/2017-10/2019Postdoc at the Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing, TU Wien, Austria
08/2014-11/2017PhD student in Technical Mathematics, supervised by Dirk Praetorius, TU Wien, Austria
06/2014Diploma in Technical Mathematics, TU Wien, Austria
05/1990born in Hollabrunn, Austria


07/2019Study Prize 2019 of the Austrian Mathematical Society for the best dissertation thesis
06/2019Best Lecture Award 2019 of TU Wien
10/2018Best Paper Award 2017 of the Faculty for Mathematics and Geoinformation (TU Wien)
10/2018Promotio sub auspiciis Praesidentis rei publicae
04/2018          Finalist for the ECCOMAS PhD Award for the best theses on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering in 2017
03/2018Dr.-Klaus-Körper Prize 2018 of GAMM for the best dissertation theses of 2017 in the fields of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics