• Inductive power transfer
  • Simulating doctor blade coating process
  • Postprocessing of an acoustic simulation with virtual reality
  • 2D view of membrane potential. Black dots represent the vortex filaments.
  • The sinus rhythm is characterized by plane waves in the membrane potential, which propagate evenly. Blood is pumped properly into the pulmonary system and the body.
  • Cardiac arrhythmias such as ventricular fibrillation are characterized by chaotic and especially spiral excitations of the membrane potential. As a result, the blood can no longer be pumped properly into the pulmonary system or the body.
  • The sinus rhythm is characterized by plane waves in the membrane potential, which propagate evenly. Blood is pumped properly into the pulmonary system and the body.
  • Cardiac arrhythmias such as ventricular fibrillation are characterized by chaotic and especially spiral excitations of the membrane potential. As a result, the blood can no longer be pumped properly into the pulmonary system or the body.

A core competence of the faculty is the mathematical modelling and simulation of physics-based issues within complex problems. Latest changes allow several professors to intensivy their research activities. As a result, three individual research groups are founded.

In terms of applications and methodology, the groups cover a broad field. For detailed information, please see the websites of the individual research groups.

Research groups

Green Energy

The research group's aim is the developement and improvement of green technologies. Numerical simulations are our method of choice, since they allow a deep insight and understanding of processes and phenomena. 

 

For further information, see the group's website.

Life Science

We use numerical and AI-based methods for our investigations within cardiological related issues.

 

For further information, see the group's website.

Sensor Technologies

Coming soon...