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Mathematical Fluid Mechanics

Claudius Birke

Claudius Birke

Academic Staff
Chair of Mathematics VI
Emil-Fischer-Straße 40
97074 Würzburg
Building: 40 (Mathematik Ost)
Room: 03.012
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Conference Proceedings:

Oct. 2013 – Sept. 2019 Bachelor and Master studies of Business Mathematics, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany
Sept. 2019 Master degree
Master thesis: Entropy-stable space-time DG method for the compressible Euler equations in 2D
Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gregor Gassner
Since Oct. 2019 PhD studies, Institute of Mathematics, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
​​​​​​​Advisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Klingenberg

In my research I work on finite volume methods for the compressible Euler as well as magnetohydrodynamics equations including gravitational source terms. The focus is on the development of methods that are able to maintain hydrostatic equilibria and at the same time provide accurate numerical solutions for problems with low Mach numbers. These methods find practical application, for example, in astrophysics for the simulation of gas flows in the interior of stars.

Summer term 2021

Exercises in Analysis and Geometry of classical Systems (Partial Differential Equations in Fluid Dynamics)

Winter term 2020/21

Exercises in Numerics of Partial Differential Equations

Winter term 2019/20

Exercises in Partial Differential Equations in Mathematical Physics