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==== Talks ====
 
==== Talks ====
 
C. Lehrenfeld, J. Schöberl: ''Efficient High Order DG Method for Time-domain Maxwells Equations'',
 
C. Lehrenfeld, J. Schöberl: ''Efficient High Order DG Method for Time-domain Maxwells Equations'',
MAFELAP 2009, London, Great Britain, June 11, 2009  
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MAFELAP 2009, London, Great Britain, June 11, 2009 <br\>
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[http://www.asc.tuwien.ac.at/~lehrenfeld/Talks/Vancouver_Session1.pdf An Introduction to Netgen and Ngsolve - Session I.] <br\>
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[http://www.asc.tuwien.ac.at/~lehrenfeld/Talks/Vancouver_Session2.pdf An Introduction to Netgen and Ngsolve - Session II.] <br\>
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[http://www.asc.tuwien.ac.at/~lehrenfeld/Talks/vancouver2009.pdf Advanced Higher Order Finite Elements
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From Theory to Application with Netgen/NGSolve]
  
 
==== Teaching ====
 
==== Teaching ====

Revision as of 14:26, 15 February 2012


Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Lehrenfeld

Christoph Lehrenfeld is now at the RWTH Aachen. You can find him here.


 

Research Interests

Numerical methods for PDEs, Finite Elements, (Hybrid) Discontinuous Galerkin methods, Fluid dynamics, software development (ngsflow)<br\>

Thesis

C. Lehrenfeld: Hybrid Discontinuous Galerkin methods for solving incompressible flow problems, Diplomarbeit, RWTH Aachen, 2010 pdf

Talks

C. Lehrenfeld, J. Schöberl: Efficient High Order DG Method for Time-domain Maxwells Equations, MAFELAP 2009, London, Great Britain, June 11, 2009 <br\>

An Introduction to Netgen and Ngsolve - Session I. <br\>

An Introduction to Netgen and Ngsolve - Session II. <br\>

[http://www.asc.tuwien.ac.at/~lehrenfeld/Talks/vancouver2009.pdf Advanced Higher Order Finite Elements From Theory to Application with Netgen/NGSolve]

Teaching

SS 2008: "Mathematische Grundlagen II (CES)" (Exercise) at RWTH Aachen

SS 2009: "Advanced Finite Element Methods" (Project Supervision) at RWTH Aachen

Videos

Benard Rayleigh instability (solved with ngsflow)

3D incompr. flow around a cylinder (Re=100) (solved with ngsflow)


other stuff