German Research Foundation
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Image: Damian Gorczany
FOR 2359 - Charmonium Physics Experiments with the BESIII Detector
FOR 5409 - Structure-preserving numerical methods for volume and transition coupling of heterogeneous models.
Prof. Dr. Rainer Grauer and Dr. Jürgen Dreher
Project A2 (Rainer Grauer, RUB): Coupling the two-fluid/Maxwell system to Magnetohydrodynamics/Ohm's law
Project A3 (Jürgen Dreher, RUB): Adaptivity in Computational Cardiac Electrophysiology
Project B2 (Rainer Grauer, RUB und Christiane Helzel, HHU): An Active Flux Method for the Vlasov/Maxwell System