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WG Industrial Mathematics

Leitung: Prof. Dr. Peter Maaß

The working group industrial mathematics covers a broad field of research and application. The mathematical research focuses on inverse problems, mathematical image and signal processing, wavelets, sparse representation, numerical analysis and parameter identification. The applications derive from engineering sciences (e.g. process engineering and mechanical engineering) and from life sciences (e.g. mass spectroscopy or imaging). In addition we co-operate with various German and international companies in many mathematical topics.

Dünne Darstellung von Oberflächendaten Sparse representaion of surface data
There are national and international co-operations to the RICAM in Linz (Austria), to the Clemson University (South Carolina, USA) and to the Oxford Brookes University (England). The working group participates in some large research projects, such as the Sonderforschungsbereich (SFB) 747 "Mikrokaltumformen" (arranged by the Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft/ DGF, the Schwerpunktprogramm SPP1180 "Prognose und Beeinflussung der Wechselwirkungen von Strukturen und Prozessen" (arranged by the DFG too) and the Verbundprojekt INVERS "Entfaltungsprobleme mit Sparsity Constraints in der optischen Nanoskopie und Massenspektrometrie" (arranged by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).

Next to a weekly working group seminar the group organizes annually a workshop lasting several days, which consists of a widespread talk program and where we care about our social life.