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Christian Kahle

Spinodal Decomposition Fachbereich Mathematik
Bereich Optimierung und Approximation
Bundesstraße 55 (Geomatikum)
20146 Hamburg

Raum 122
Tel.: +49 40 42838-5112
Fax: +49 40 42838-5117
E-Mail: christian.kahle(at)uni-hamburg.de

I am a PhD student under supervision of Professor Michael Hinze.
I am supported by the DFG through the Priority Programm 1506 : "Transport Processes at Fluidic Interfaces"
and working in the tandem project of Michael Hintermüller and Michael Hinze entitled
"Fully adaptive and integrated numerical methods for the simulation and control of variable density multiphase flows governed by diffuse interface models".



Publications:
Talks:
  • A stable discretization for the simulation of two-phase flow using the diffuse interface approach,
    13th International Conference on Free Boundary Problems: Theory and Applications,
    Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences,
    June 23-27 2014 Cambridge

  • A stable discretization for the simulation of two-phase flow modeled by the diffuse interface approach,
    Oberseminar Analysis, Universität Regensburg,
    April 11 2014 Regensburg

  • A stable discretization for the simulation of two-phase flow using the diffuse interface approach,
    Workshop on Computational Science and Engineering,
    Recent trends and future developments in Computational Science and Engineering,
    March 24-18 2014 Plön

  • Model Predictive Control of two-phase flow using a diffuse interface approach,
    85th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM),
    March 10-14 2014 Erlangen

  • Topology optimization in Navier--Stokes flow using a porosity and a phase field approach,
    Workshop on Numerical Methods for Optimal Control and Inverse Problems (OCIP),
    March 03-05 2014 Munich

  • Simulation of two-phase flow using the diffuse-interface approach,
    Seminar of research group 'Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory'
    Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems Magdeburg,
    January 14 2014 Magdeburg

  • Fully adaptive and integrated numerical methods for the simulation and control
    of variable density multiphase flows governed by diffuse interface models (joint with Donat Wegner),
    DFG Priority Programm 1506: Transport Processes at Fluidic Interfaces,
    Kick-off meeting for second funding period,
    July 15-16 2013 Aachen

  • Simulation of two-phase flow using the diffuse-interface approach,
    Seminar of the Lothar--Collatz School for Computing in Science,
    May 14 2013 Hamburg

  • Instantaneous Control of two-phase flow with different densities,
    Workshop 1313: Interfaces and Free Boundaries: Analysis, Control and Simulation,
    March 24-30 2013 Oberwolfach

  • Instantaneous Control of the Cahn--Hilliard Navier--Stokes system,
    12th International Conference on Free Boundary Problems: Theory and Applications,
    June 11-15 2012 Frauenchiemsee

  • A nonlinear model predictive concept for control of two-phase flows governed by the
    Cahn-Hilliard Navier-Stokes system,
    Workshop on Numerical Methods for Optimal Control and Inverse Problems (OCIP),
    March 12-14 2012 Munich

  • A residual-based a posteriori approach to the Cahn-Hilliard-Navier-Stokes system,
    Workshop on Phase Field Models in Fluid Mechanics,
    February 14-16 2011 Regensburg


 
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