Christian Klingenberg

Dept. of Mathematics

Würzburg University

Emil Fischer Str. 40

97074 Würzburg

GERMANY

 
 


•    mathematical fluid mechanics

•    compressible gas dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics

•    kinetic modeling, modeling mixtures and plasma

•    modeling macroscopic fluid flow equations via microscopic interacting particle systems

•    theory of hyperbolic conservation laws: well-posedness, relaxation limits, discontinuous flux conservation laws, kinetic formulation

•    numerics for hyperbolic conservation laws: finite volume schemes, approximate Riemann solvers, discontinuous Galerkin methods, moving mesh methods

•    well-balanced schemes applied to shallow water system with temperature gradients (Ripa system) and Euler equations with gravity

•    astrophysical applications: accretion discs, protostellar jets, turbulence modeling, large eddy simulations, star formation, galaxy formation

 

research interests:

I am in room 03.011


phone: (0049) (0)931 318 5045


email:    klingen @ mathematik.uni-wuerzburg.de

NEWS:


upcoming visitors:


  1. - Gabriella Puppo (Como, Italy) visits Feb. 4 - 17

  2. - Matteo Semplice (Torino, Italy) visits Feb 4 - 10

  3. - Nils-Henrik Risebro (Oslo) visits Feb 4 - 10

  4. - Emanuela Abbatte visits Feb 11 - 17

  5. - Seok-Bae Yun (Korea) visits Feb 11 - 17

  6. - Praveen Chandrashekar (Bangalore, India) visits April 7 - May 7

  7. - Michael Dumbser visits one week in April 8 - 14, 2018

  8. - Laurent Gosse (Rome) visits April 22 - 28

  9. - Sarka Necasova (Prague) visits April - July, 2018

  10. - Eduard Feireisl (Prague) visits the month of Oct. 2018 



  1. -the 16th International Conference on Hyperbolic Problems, organized by M. Westdickenberg and myself Aug. 1 - 5, 2016.


- former workshop: “Evolutionary Equations, theory & numerics” in Würzburg, June 30 - July 3, 2015, see here


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