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Mathematical Fluid Mechanics

Kathrin Hellmuth

Kathrin Hellmuth

Academic Staff
Professorship at the Chair of Mathematics VI
Emil-Fischer-Straße 40
97074 Würzburg
Building: 40 (Mathematik Ost)
Room: 03.015
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Bacterial movement in a surrounding with an attracting chemical substance can be described on a kinetic level by the chemotaxis equation and on the macroscopic level by a Keller-Segel system. By observating the bacteria, one can gain insights in the equations and the occurring coefficients by solving the inverse problem. I compare the solutions of these inverse Problems for the kinetic chemotaxis equation and the macroscopic Keller-Segel system. This enables approximation of the kinetic solution by the macroscopic one which has the potential to speed up computations.


Summer term 2021

Exercises in Linear Algebra 1 (with Prof. Dr. Komla Domelevo)

Winter term 2020/21

Exercises in Linearen Algebra 1 (with Prof. Dr. Sergey Dashkovskiy and Sandra Warnecke)

Winter term 2019/20

Student teacher in Analysis 1