Date  Time  Lecturer  Title  Location 

February, 10 
3.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Lubomir Banas 
Robust a posteriori estimates for the stochastic CahnHilliard equation Question hour for PhDs on Thursday, February 2, 3.30 pm online via Zoom 
FAU ErlangenNürnberg 
February, 10 
4.45 pm 
Dr. Manuel Gnann 
Nonnegative Martingale Solutions to the Stochastic ThinFilm Equation with Nonlinear Gradient Noise 
FAU ErlangenNürnberg 
January 27 
2.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Mária LukácováMedvidová 
Analysis and simulation of viscoelastic phase separation 
University of Regensburg 
January 27 
3.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Maurizio Grasselli 
A nonlocal version of the AbelsGarckeGrün model: new results in dimension two Question hour on Thursday, January 26 for PhDs at 3.30 pm in M 104 and online 
University of Regensburg 
January, 13 
3.15 pm 
Dr. Richard Schubert 
A meanfield limit for sedimentation of particles with inertia Question hour for PhDs on Thursday, January 12, 4 pm online via Zoom 
FAU ErlangenNürnberg 
January, 13 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Eduard MarusicPaloka 
Derivation and justification of the effective boundary condition on a porous boundary 
FAU ErlangenNürnberg 
Date  Time  Lecturer  Title  Location 

December, 9 
3.15 pm 
Dr. Sourav Mitra 
Existence of weak solution for a compressible multicomponent fluid structure interaction problem Question hour for PhDs on Thursday, December 8, 4 pm in M 104 and online 
University of Regensburg 
December, 9 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Jonas Sauer 
Singular Stochastic PDEs: How To and What For Question hour for PhDs at 2 pm in M 104 and online 
University of Regensburg 
November, 18 
3.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Milan Pokorny 
Homogenization of Navier–Stokes–Fourier system in domains with tiny holes 
FAU Erlangen 
November, 18 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Jan Pietschmann 
Nonlocal crossinteraction systems on graphs 
FAU Erlangen 
November, 11, Opening Colloquium 
2.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Andreas Hirsch (Vice President FAU ErlangenNürnberg) 
Welcome address 
FAU Erlangen 
November, 11, Opening Colloquium 
2.35 pm 
Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok 
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Partial Differential Equations: From Successes to Limitations 
FAU Erlangen 
November, 11, Opening Colloquium 
3.30 pm 
Prof. Dr. Ulisse Stefanelli 
Floating elastic bodies from a variational perspective 
FAU Erlangen 
November, 11, Opening Colloquium 
5 pm 
Prof. Dr. Tomáš Roubíček 
Eulerian mechanics of finitelystrained multipolar media 
FAU Erlangen 
October, 28 
3.15 pm 
Dr. Richard Höfer 
Homogenization of the NavierStokes equations in perforated domains in the inviscid limit 
University of Regensburg 
October, 28 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Carolin Kreisbeck 
Dealing with nonlocalities in variational functionals: Convexity notions, lower semicontinuity, and relaxation 
University of Regensburg 
July, 22 
3.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Klaus Deckelnick 
Discrete hyperbolic curvature flow in the plane 2 pm Question hour for PhDs in room Übung 2 / 01.251 
FAU Erlangen 
July, 8 
3.15 pm 
Dr. Alex Kaltenbach 
Explicit and efficient error estimation for convex minimization problems 
University of Regensburg 
July, 8 
4.45 pm 
Dr. Andrea Giorgini 
Regularity results for the AbelsGarckeGrün model  University of Regensburg 
July, 1 
3.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Ansgar Jüngel 
Taming crossdiffusion systems with entropy methods Thursday June 30, 3.30 pm, Question hour for PhDs, online; (Zoom data are available at Saskia Lindenberg) 
FAU Erlangen 
July, 1 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Marco Cicalese 
From crystals to Wulff shapes  FAU Erlangen 
May, 20 
4.30 pm 
PD Dr. Mathias Wilke 
On the NavierStokes equations onsurfaces. Thursday May, 19, 3.15 pm, Question hour for PhDs, online; Zoom data are available at Saskia Lindenberg) 
University of Regensburg 
May, 6 
3.15 pm 
Dr. Ana Djurdjevac 
Randomly fluctuating membranes and particles  FAU Erlangen 
April, 29 
3.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Martin Stoll 
From PDEs to data science: an adventure with the graph Laplacian (2  2.45 pm, Question hour for PhDs) 
University of Regensburg 
April, 29 
4.45 pm 
Prof. Dr. Carsten Gräser 
Multigrid methods for brittlefracture (Thursday, April 28, 2.15 pm, Question hour for PhDs via Zoom) 
University of Regensburg 

Date  Time  Lecturer  Title  Location 

1., 2., 13., 14.12.2021 
All doctoral researchers of the GRK IntComSin

Poster session 
online via Webex  
05.11.2021  3.15 pm 
Dr. Martin Kružík

Equilibrium for Multiphase Solids with Eulerian Interfaces 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, Übung 2 
09.07.2021  2.15 pm 
Dr. Nadia Loy

Boltzmanntype
equations for multiagent systems with label
switching (Introduction "A short introduction to kinetic equations for interacting multiagent systems." on Thursday July 8th, 4.15 pm!) 
via zoom 
02.07.2021  4 pm 
Dr.
Jörg Weber 
Global bifurcation of capillarygravity water waves with overhanging profiles and arbitrary vorticity  via zoom 
02.07.2021  2.15 pm 
Prof.
Quoc Hung Nguyen 
Wellposedness of the Muskat problem  via zoom 
18.06.2021  2.15 pm 
Dr.
Nastassia PouradierDuteil 
Macroscopic limits of weighted collective dynamics  via zoom 
11.06.2021  2.15 pm 
Dr.
Manuela Bastidas 
A multiscale iterative scheme for a phasefield model for reactive transport problems  via zoom 
28.05.2021  2.15 pm 
Prof. Dr. Didier
Bresch

Gaining weight in PDEs is not so bad  via zoom 
21.05.2021  2.15 pm 
Prof.
Francisco
GuillenGonzalez 
Some
PDE models for chemotaxis and their approximation (Question hour for PhD students on Thursday May 20th, 4.15 pm!) 
via zoom 
30.04.2021  5.30 pm 
Prof. Andrea Bertozzi

Theory for Undercompressive Shocks in Tears of Wine  via zoom 
29.04.2021  2.15 pm 
Jun.
Prof.
Manuel Friedrich 
Emergence of rigid polycrystals from atomistic systems  via zoom 
16.04.2021  2 pm 
Prof. Patrick
Dondl 
Optimization
of additively manufactured scaffolds for bone tissue
engineering (Question hour for PhD students at 1 pm!) 
via zoom 
05.02.2021, ErlangenRegensburgVienna Colloquium on Nonlinear PDEs This is a common colloquium of the graduate school "Interfaces, Complex Structures and Singular Limits" which ist a joined project of the Universities Erlangen and Regensburg and the Doctoral Program "Dissipation and Dispersion in nPDEs" which is a joined project of TU, Uni and IST in Vienna. 
3.30 pm 
Prof. Dr. Chun
Liu 
Generalized law of mass action (LMA) with energetic variational approaches (EnVarA) and applications  via zoom 
5.02.2021, ErlangenRegensburgVienna Colloquium on Nonlinear PDEs 
2 pm 
Prof.
Dr.
Giuseppe Savare 
The variational approach to gradient flows  via zoom 
Date  Time  Lecturer  Title  Location 

13.12.2019  15.00 h 
Caroline Geiersbach
University of Vienna 
A Stochastic Gradient Method for PDE Constrained Optimization under Uncertainty 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
13.12.2019  16.30 h 
Dr. Karoline Disser
TU Darmstadt 
Global Existence and Stability for Dissipative Processes coupled across Volume and Surface. 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
08.11.2019  15.00 h 
Dr. Vanja Nikolic
TU München 
Shapeoptimization based focusing of quasilinear acoustic waves 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
08.11.2019  16.30 h 
Dr. Julia Orlik
ITWM Kaiserslautern 
Homogenization and Dimension Reduction in Textiles. 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
25.10.2019  15.15 h 
Prof. Malte Peter
University of Augsburg 
A multiscale approach to reactiondiffusion processes in domains with microstructure 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
25.10.2019  16.45 h 
Cyprien Soulaine
Institute of Earth Science of Orléans 
Multiscale modeling of coupled hydrogeochemical processes in porous and fractured reservoirs 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
12.7.2019  15.00 h 
Dr. Luca Scarpa
University of Vienna 
Existence and regularity results for the stochastic CahnHilliard equation 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, H 12 
12.7.2019  16.30 h 
Dr. Wietse Boon
University of Stuttgart 
MixedDimensional PDEs: From Functional Analysis to Discretization Methods 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, H 12 
28.6.2019  15.15 h 
Prof. Dr. Barbara Wohlmuth
TU München 
Variational crimes and Galerkin techniques in simulation and modelling 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, M 104 
28.6.2019  16.45 h 
Prof. Dr. Florian Frank
FAU Erlangen 
Boundpreserving flux limiting schemes for DG discretizations of conservation laws with applications to the Cahn–Hilliard equation. 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, M 104 
14.6.2019  15.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Andro Mikelic
University of Lyon 1 
On the Equations of Nonlinear SinglePhase Poroelasticity 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
14.6.2019  16.30 h 
Dr. Markus Gahn
University of Hasselt 
Error estimates for reactiondiffusion processes through thin heterogeneous layers in case of homogenized equations with interface diffusion 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
24.5.2019  15.15 h 
Dr. Dirk Peschka
WIAS Berlin 
Gradient formulations with flow maps  mathematical andnumerical approaches to free boundary problems 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, M 104 
24.5.2019  16.45 h 
PD Dr. Balázs Kovács
University of Tübingen 
A convergent algorithm for mean curvature flow 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, M 104 
10.5.2019  15.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Lisa Beck
University of Augsburg 
Regularization by noise for the stochastic transport equation 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, H 12 
10.5.2019  16.30 h 
Prof. Dr. Klaus Deckelnick
University of Magdeburg 
Boundary value problems for the onedimensional Helfrich equation 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, H 12 
1.2.2019  14.15 h 
Prof. Dr. Sara Daneri
University of Erlangen 
Pattern formation for colloidal systems and antiferromagnetic potentials 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
1.2.2019  15.45 h 
Dr. Christian Kahle
TU Munich 
On energy stable schemes in twophase flow simulation 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
18.1.2019  14.15 h 
Prof. Dr. Maria Westdickenberg
University of Aachen 
Energy methods for existence and relaxation rates 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
18.1.2019  15.45 h 
Prof. Dr. Yoshikazu Giga
University of Tokyo 
On Total variation flow type equations 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
Date  Time  Lecturer  Title  Location 

14.12.2018  14.15 h 
M.D. Ph.D. Jeremi Mizerski
University of Warsaw 
The deterioration of the mechanical properties of the vessel wall in aortic diseases 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
7.12.2018  15.00 h 
Dr. Carina Bringedal
University of Stuttgart 
Upscaling of a phase field formulation for reactive transport 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
7.12.2018  16.30 h 
PD Dr. Bogdan Matioc
University of Regensburg 
Free interfaces in porous media 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
23.11.2018  15.15 h 
Prof. Dr. Gieri Simonett
Vanderbilt University 
On the motion of a rigid body with a cavity filled with a viscous liquid 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
23.11.2018  16.45 h 
PD Dr. Mathias Wilke
University of Halle 
Free boundary problems for the dynamic of fluids with a focus on the Verigin problem 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department 
9.11.2018  15.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Barbara Niethammer
University of Bonn 
Phase Transitions in a Nonlocal FokkerPlanck Equation 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
9.11.2018  16.30 h 
Prof. Dr. Pedro Morin
University of Santa Fe, Argentina 
A new perspective on adaptive hierarchical Bsplines 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department 
6.7.2018  15.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Arnold Reusken
University of Aachen 
Stream function formulation of surface Stokes equations 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, Lecture Room H 12 
22.6.2018  14.30 h 
Prof. Dr. Peter Frolkovic
University of Bratislava 
Some robust numerical level set methods for moving interfaces  Erlangen, eStudio, second floor, Martensstr.1 
8.6.2018  15.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Daniel Matthes
TU München 
The aid of a gradient flow structure in the analysis of nonlinear diffusion equations 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, Hörsaal 6, Cauerstraße 7/9 (erster Stock) 
25.5.2018  14.15 h 
Prof. Dr. Matthias Röger
TU Dortmund 
Nonlocal perturbations of curvature energies 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
25.5.2018  15.45 h 
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Aland
TU Dresden 
PhaseField Modeling of FluidStructure Interaction and Elastic Membranes 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
4.5.2018  14.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Willi Jäger
University of Heidelberg 
Modelling, analysis and simulation of layers controling transitions between compartments  Epithelial layers in organisms 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, Lecture Room H 12 
4.5.2018  15.45 h 
Hubertus Grillmeier
University of Erlangen 
On Waiting Time Phenomena for Stochastic pLaplace Diffusion Equations 
Erlangen, Mathematics Department, Lecture Room H 12 
27.4.2018  14.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Robert Nürnberg
Imperial College London 
Numerical approximation of (anisotropic) surface diffusion 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
27.4.2018  15.45 h 
Dr. Andrea Giorgini
Politecnico di Milano 
Recent results on the CahnHilliardBrinkman system with unmatched viscosities in three dimensions 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
13.4.2018  14.00 h 
Prof. Dr. Maria Giovanna Mora
University of Pavia 
The ellipse law: from Kirchhoff elliptic vortices to dislocations 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
13.4.2018  15.45 h 
Johannes Haubner
TU Munich 
Shape optimization for unsteady fluidstructure interaction 
Regensburg, Mathematics Department, Room M 104 
Date  Title 

October 5  7, 2022 
Annual Meeting in Kloster Weltenburg 
April 11  13, 2022 
Workshop "Analysis of Fluid and Elastic Bodies Interactions" University of Regensburg 
March 9  11, 2022 
Workshop "Mathematical Methods for Complex Phenomena" University of Regensburg 
March 7  9, 2022 
Workshop "PDEs for surfaces and Interfaces" University of Regensburg 
October 3  6, 2021 
Annual Meeting in Kloster Weltenburg 

Lecture series (online) "Some Physical Phenomena encoded in Fluid Mechanics" with Didier Bresch (University of Savoie) 

Lecture series (online) "Adaptive methods for stochastic PDEs" with Prof. Dr. Andreas Prohl Lecture Lecture and "second chances session" Lecture Lecture and "second chances session" 

OnlineWorkshop "Mathematik und Gender  ein Paradoxon?" with Birte Gooßes (Institut DINX) University of Regensburg 
October 4  7, 2020  Annual Meeting in Ellwangen, Tagungsstätte Schönenberg 
March 15  19, 2020  CANCELLED! Springschool "PDEs Meet Uncertainty: New Analytical and Numerical Concepts" in Ellwangen, Tagungsstätte Schönenberg Speakers: Andreas Prohl (University of Tübingen) Fabio Nobile (EPF Lausanne) Benjamin Gess (MPI Leipzig and University of Bielefeld) further information 
March 2  4, 2020  Workshop on current trends in applied mathematics (FAU Erlangen, Mathematics Department) 
February 11  13, 2020 
Course on "SPDEs and Stochastic Compactness" by Martina Hofmanova (University of Bielefeld)
, FAU Erlangen, Mathematics department. Schedule: Tuesday: lecture (10  11.45 am), exercise (1.45  2.45 pm), lecture (3.15  4.15 pm) Wednesday: lecture (9.30  11.15 am), exercise (1.15  2.15 pm), lecture (3  4 pm) Thursday: lecture (9.30  10.30 am), exercise (10.45  11.30) 
November 22  23, 2019  Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing  Workshop on the occasion of Eberhard Bänsch's 60th birthday (FAU Erlangen, Mathematics Department) 
October 21  25, 2019  Workshop "New Trends in Asymptotic Methods for Multiscale PDEs" Karlstad, Sweden 
September 30  October 2, 2019  Annual Meeting in Kloster Weltenburg 
April, 4 , 2019  Thematic exchange on mathematics in life sciences with RUDN University Moscow 
March, 25  28, 2019  COPDESCWorkshop (Regensburg University, Mathematics Department) 
5.  6.11.2018  Workshop Woman in Mathematical Materials Science , University of Regensburg 
26.10.2018 
Eröffnungskolloquium (Regensburg) Speakers: Prof. Dr. Sunčica Čanić , University of Houston Prof. Dr. Elisabetta Rocca , University of Pavia Prof. Dr. Peter Markowich , University of Cambridge Prof. Dr. Charlie M. Elliott , University of Warwick 
3.  5.10.2018  Annual Meeting in Kloster Weltenburg 
Date  Title 

Summer term 2022 
Lecture "Complex Systems" Part 2 with Manuel Friedrich Lecture "Complex Systems" with Maria NeussRadu 
Winter term 2021/22 
Lecture "Singular Limits" Part I (in presence and online) with Helmut Abels Friday, January 21, February 4 and February 11, 2022 at 2 pm, University of Regensburg, M 104 and online via Zoom 
Summer term 2021 
Lecture series (online) "Maximal regularity and nonlinear parabolic
problems" with Bogdan Matioc (University of Regensburg) 
Winter term 2020/21 
Lecture series (online) "Interfaces: Modeling, analysis,
numerics"
with Eberhard Bänsch and Harald Garcke 
Summer term 2020 
Lecture series "Gradient flows"
with Martin Burger 08.05.2020, 13.15  14.15, lecture via Zoom 15.05.2020, 14.30  15.30, lecture via Zoom 29.05.2020, 13.00  14.00, lecture via Zoom 19.06.2020, 13.30  14.30, exercise classes 19.06.2020, 15  16, lecture via Zoom, the meeting ID and the password is available at saskia.lindenberg@ur.de 
Winter term 19/20 
Lecture series "Infinitedimensional Wiener spaces and stochastic integration"
with Günther Grün 8.11.2019, 12.15  13.45, lecture in Regensburg, mathematics department, M 104 15.11.2019, Compact Course in Erlangen (14.15  17, H 12) 13.12.2019, 12.15  13.45, lecture in Regensburg, mathematics department, M 104 17.1.2020, 12.15  13.45, lecture in Erlangen, mathematics department, Übung 2 31.1.2020, 12.15  13.45, lecture in Erlangen, mathematics department, Übung 2 
Summer term 2019 
Lecture series on "complex systems" (Erlangen) Begin: May, 10, 13 h im Übungsraum 2 (1. Stock), Lecturer Maria NeussRadu Further appointments: May, 24, 13.30 h in M 104, Regensburg, Lecturer Peter Knabner, Title: Mixed Finite Element Discretizations June, 14, Erlangen, Lecturer Peter Knabner June, 28, Regensburg, Lecturer Maria NeussRadu July, 12, 13 h im Übungsraum 2 (1. Stock), Erlangen, Lecturer Maria NeussRadu 
24.09.  26.09.2018  Compact Course "Interfaces" Lecturers Eberhard Bänsch and Harald Garcke (Erlangen / Regensburg) 
October 2018  February 2019  Lecture "Singular Limits" with Helmut Abels and Georg Dolzmann 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

02.02.2023, 2 pm  Andrea Poiatti (Polytecnico di Milano)  Mathematical analysis of phase separation models  M 104 and online 
26.01.2023, 2 pm  Lucas Ertzbischoff (CMLS, Institut polytechnique de Paris)  Local theory for thick spray equations  M 104 and online 
19.1.2023, 2 pm  Prof. Dr. Amru Hussein (TU Kaiserslautern)  Maximal L^pregularity and H^∞calculus for block operator matrices and applications  M 104 and online 
12.01.2023, 2 pm  Dennis Trautwein  Modeling of ViscoElastic Fluids  M 104 and online 
22.12.2022, 2 pm  Dennis Trautwein  Modeling of ViscoElastic Fluids  M 104 and online 
15.12.2022, 2 pm  Yadong Liu  Fluid Structure Interaction  M 104 and online 
08.12.2022, 2 pm  Yadong Liu  Fluid Structure Interaction  M 104 and online 
24.11.2022, 2 pm  Prof. Dr. Helmut Abels  Introduction to the "AGGModel"  M 104 and online 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

5.4.2022, 2.15 pm  Marvin Fritz (TU München)  Wellposedness of mixeddimensional and nonlocal phasefield models of CahnHilliard type applied to tumor growth  H 31 and online 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

15.7.2021, 1 pm  Balázs Kovács  Numerical analysis for the interaction of mean curvature flow and diffusion  Zoom 
8.7.2021, 2.15 pm  Apratim Bhattacharya  Homogenization of a nonlinear driftdiffusion system for multiple species in a porous medium  Zoom 
1.7.2021, 3 pm  Yadong Liu  On the fluidstructure interaction problem with growth  Zoom 
10.6.2021, 2.15 pm  Jonas Bierler  The multiphase Muskat Problem in 2D with different viscosities  Zoom 
27.5.2021, 3.15 pm  Paul Hüttl  PhaseField Methods for Spectral Shape and Topology Optimization  Zoom 
20.5.2021, 2 pm  Alex Rossi  A kinetic version of stochastic gradient descent  Zoom 
30.4.2021, 3 pm  Kira Bangert  Existence and Uniqueness for stress modulated growth in 1D  Zoom 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

15.4.2021, 14.15  15.15 h  Tobias Ameismeier  PhD defense  H 31 
12.2.2021, 15  16 h  Tobias Ameismeier  An Introduction to Thin Vibrating Rods  Zoom 
28.1.2021, 14.15  15.15 h  SPDE course with Andreas Prohl  Adaptive methods to numerically solve SPDEs  Zoom 
21.1.2021, 14.15  15.15 h  SPDE course with Andreas Prohl  Adaptive methods to numerically solve SPDEs  Zoom 
14.1.2021, 14.15  15.15 h  Felicitas Bürger  Interaction of Mean Curvature Flow and Diffusion  Zoom 
7.1.2021, 14.15  15.15 h  Jonas Bierler  The Multiphase Muskat problem in 2D  Zoom 
17.12.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Balázs Kovács  Energy estimates: proving stability of discretisations of partial differential equations  Zoom 
10.12.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Yadong Liu  Local existence of strong solutions to a free boundary fluidstructure interaction problem  Zoom 
4.12.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Maximilian Moser  PhD defense  H 32 
3.12.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Julia Menzel  PhD defense  H 32 
26.11.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Dennis Trautwein  A finite element method for a CahnHilliard tumour model  Zoom 
5.11.2020, 14.15  15.15 h  Planning meeting  Zoom 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

26.6., 15.30  16.30 h  Oliver Sieber  Existence of Global Weak Solutions to an Inhomogeneous Doi Model for Active Liquid Crystals  Zoom 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

20.2.2020, 10.15 h  Johannes Meisinger  Numerical considerations for the optimal control of the anisotropic AllenCahn equation III  M 103 
14.1.2020  Patrik Knopf  Recent advances on the CahnHilliard equation with dynamic boundary conditions.  M 104 
7.1.2020  Johannes Meisinger  Numerical considerations for the optimal control of the anisotropic AllenCahn equation.  M 104 
17.12.2019  Matthias Ebenbeck  Analysis of CahnHilliardBrinkman models for tumour growth II.  M 104 
10.12.2019  Matthias Ebenbeck  Analysis of CahnHilliardBrinkman models for tumour growth I.  M 104 
28.11.2019  Andrea Signiori  On a phase field model of CahnHilliard type for tumor model with elasticity.  M 104 
19.11.2019  Andrea Signiori  Optimal control theory for parabolic equations: introduction and applications.  M 104 
12.11.2019  Sema Yayla  Global Attractors for the 2D Hyperbolic CahnHilliard Equations.  M 104 
15.10.2019  Julia Menzel  Stochastic Integration and Ito's Formula  an introduction.  M 103 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

21.5.  Felicitas Schmitz  Erhaltung der mittleren Konvexität für den skalierten MCF  M 103 
28.5.  Johannes Meisinger  Optimal control of a quasilinear (anisotropic) AllenCahn equation: Analytical considerations  M 103 
4.6.  Johannes Meisinger  Optimal control of a quasilinear (anisotropic) AllenCahn equation: Numerical considerations  M 103 
25.6.  Kira Bangert  Einführung in Wachstumsmodelle I  M 103 
2.7.  Kira Bangert  Einführung in Wachstumsmodelle II  M 103 
9.7.  Jonas Bierler  Reformulation of Muskat in 2D to an evolutionproblem  M 103 
23.7.  Jonas Bierler  Generator property of the Muskatevolutionoperator  M 103 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

27.6.  Florian Sonner  Multiscale Analysis of a Singularly Perturbed Permeable Interface Problem  H 13 
4.7.  Apratim Bhattacharya  Mathematical Model for Transport throughPerforated Layers  H 13 
11.7.  Alicia Kerschbaum  Pattern formation for a diffuse interfacegeneralized antiferromagnetic model  H 13 
25.7.  Philipp Werner  Blebbing in living cells: Modelling andanalysis  H 13 
Date  Speaker  Topic  Location 

16.11.2018 
Oliver Sieber 
Twophase flow of viscoelastic
fluids: A convergence result for numerical schemes related to an
OldroydB model with nonconstant polymer density 
Room 04.387, Cauerstr. 11 
11.03.2019 
Oliver Sieber 
Global weak entropy solutions to the
Doi–Saintillan–Shelley model 
Room 04.387, Cauerstr. 11 
14.02.2019 
Patrick Weiß 
On stable discretization schemes
for models in ferrohydrodynamics 
Room 04.387, Cauerstr.11 
16.01.2019 
Hubertus Grillmeier  On a necessary condition for the
occurrence of a waiting time phenomenon for stochastic porousmedia
equations 2 
Room 4.15, Cauerstr.7 
09.01.2019 
Hubertus Grillmeier

On a necessary condition for the
occurrence of a waiting time phenomenon for stochastic porousmedia
equations 1 
Room 4.15, Cauerstr.7 
Date  Speaker  Topic 

15.01.2019 
Felicitas Schmitz  Interaction of mean curvature
flow and diffusion II 
08.01.2019 
Felicitas Schmitz 
Interaction of mean curvature
flow and diffusion 
04.12.2018 
Maximian Rauchecker  The MullinsSekerka problem with
boundary contact II 
27.11.2018 
Maximian Rauchecker 
The MullinsSekerka problem with
boundary contact 
20.11.2018 
Tobias Ameismeier  Large
time existence for thin vibrating plates: Part 3 
13.11.2018 
Tobias Ameismeier  Large
time existence for thin vibrating plates: Part 2 
30.10.2018 
Tobias Ameismeier  Large time existence for thin vibrating plates: Part 1 