- Fréchet Differentiability of Unsteady Incompressible Navier--Stokes Flow with Respect to Domain Variations of Low Regularity by Using a General Analytical Framework. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization 55 (5), 2017, 3226-3257 more… BibTeX
- Advanced Numerical Methods for PDE Constrained Optimization with Application to Optimal Design in Navier Stokes Flow. In: International Series of Numerical Mathematics. Springer Basel, 2011 more… BibTeX
- A Continuous Adjoint Approach to Shape Optimization for Navier Stokes Flow. In: International Series of Numerical Mathematics. Birkhäuser Basel, 2009 more… BibTeX
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A list of previous courses can be found here: TUMonline.
Currently there are no fixed office hours. However, you are welcome to send me an email to arrange an individual appointment.
Awards in teaching
- 2nd place in the Golden Circle Award (Summer Semester 2021) (best exercise course management) of the Mathematics student council for the exercise course management on "Introduction to Optimisation".
- Lecturer Award 2020 (special award for digital teaching) from the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology student council for the exercise course management of "Numerical Mathematics (EI)"
- Nominated for the Ars Legendi Faculty Award (by the mathematics/physics/computer science student council, 2016)
Lecturer Award 2015 of the student body of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology for the exercise course management of "Analysis 3 (EI)".
New Book: Analysis 1
I have been developing supplementary e-learning material for courses for many years. This material contains comprehension questions that are intended to support the follow-up of lectures and are also very suitable as exam preparation. For the area "Analysis 1", these comprehension questions have now been published in the form of digital flashcards as part of the new 13th edition of the book "Analysis 1" with Prof. Otto Forster. The flashcards are adapted to the book, with corresponding references to theorems, lemmas and definitions in the book. We have placed a focus on direct feedback and detailed solutions. These digital flashcards can be taken in the browser or with an associated app on a smartphone or tablet. More information on how to use them can be found at the end of Chapter 1 of the book. The book has also been published online and can be accessed via the TUM University Library or https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-40130-6.