Arnold

Constantin

Heitzinger

Jüngel

Maas

Markowich

Mauser

Melenk

Perugia

Praetorius

Schachermayer

Schmeiser

Schöberl

Szmolyan

Stefanelli

Teschl

Wolfram

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Institut CNRS
Pauli, UMI 2842 du CNRS. His research field is modeling, (asymptotic)
analysis, and numerical simulation of time dependent nonlinear PDEs. In
particular, he is working on generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equations in
quantum physics, e.g. the Gross-Pitaevskii equation modeling Bose-Einstein
condensates or Dirac and Pauli equation, MCTDHF and TDDFT modeling electron
systems.
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Multiscale modelling and simulation of crowded transport in the life and social sciences at the Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics, Austrian Academy of Sciences. A common theme of her research are transport phenomena, ranging from pedestrian dynamics to ion transport or price formation models. She tries to understand the complex dynamics of these processes by deriving consistent mathematical models and analyzing them using PDE techniques as well as numerical simulations.
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