Prof. Dr. Blazej GrabowskiComputer simulations of electrons and atoms, processes in materials, material properties and design
Prof. Dr. Bernd GundelsweilerPrecision Engineering, drives, actuators, magnets, valves, pieozoelectric and shape memory actuators, precsion injection moulding, inductive heating, ejection forces
Prof. Rainer HelmigModeling of flow and transport processes, porous media, numerical studies of multiphase flow
Prof. Alois HerkommerOptics, Photonics, Optical design, Simulation of optical systems, illumination systems
Prof. Jan HofmannFastening technique, Material research, Strengthening and reinforcement, Rehabilitation Earthquke engineering
Prof. Christian HolmTheory and simulation of soft matter, biological physics, polymer and colloid dynamics, magnetic as well as ionic liquids
Prof. Johannes KästnerComputational investigations of chemical and biochemical reactions; tunneling of atoms
Prof. Frank LeymannQuantum computer, software for quantum computers, cloud computing, highly distributed applications
Prof. Mathias LiewaldMetal Forming Technology, Production Technology, Numerical Modelling, Metallic Material, Bulk and Sheet Metal Forming, FEM-Simulation, Material Characterisation
Prof. Stefan RiedelbauchHydro Power technology, plant dynamics, water hammer, cavitation, turbomachines, automatic optimization of turbomachines, ocean energy
Prof. Günter ScheffknechtCombustion, gasification, pollutants, air quality control, simulation, modelling, energy storage, fuels, biomass, waste fuels, environmental technologies
Prof. Dr. Miriam Schultecoupled simulations, massively parallel solvers for systems of equations, efficient data structures
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Maria WirzbergerIntelligent educational technologies, modeling and simulation, cognitive load, attention control, Neurodiversity
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