[The Distinguished Lecture] Parameter-Preserving Model Order Reduction of Dynamical Systems

Speak:    Dr. Peter Benner
Time:      15:30-16:30, Oct. 18
Location:  SIST 1C101
Host:      Prof. Qifeng Liao
Abstract:
We discuss the model order reduction problem for parameter-dependent dynamical systems. We survey some approaches suggested in the previous decade as well as some recent developments. Their main differences as well as their commonalities will be emphasized. We will also illustrate the performance of various methods for real-world problems from different application areas.
Bio:
Research Experience
2013  2014 Managing Director of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg
Since 2011 Honorarprofessor (Adjunct Professor), Otto von Guericke U Magdeburg
Since 2010 Director and Scientific Member of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg
Since 2010 Head of research group  Mathematics in Industry and Technology , TU Chemnitz
2003  2010 Full Professor  Mathematics in Industry and Technology , TU Chemnitz
2002  2003 Lecturer at the Institute for Mathematics, TU Berlin
2001  2002 Visiting Associate Professor, TU Hamburg-Harburg
1997  2001 Assistant Professor at the Center for Industrial Mathematics, U Bremen
Education
2001 Habilitation/Venia Legendi in Mathematics, U Bremen
1997 PhD in Mathematics, TU Chemnitz-Zwickau
1993 Diplom in Mathematics with minor in Economics, RWTH Aachen
Honors
2018 J. Tinsley Oden Faculty Fellowship, U Texas at Austin
2017 SIAM Fellow (Class of 2017)
2015 Distinguished Professor, Shanghai U
2010 Guest Professorship U Littoral C�te d Opale, Calais
1993 Springorum-Denkm�nze of RWTH Aachen for excellent diploma thesis
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