The Weierstrass Institute conducts project oriented research in applied mathematics with the aim of solving complex problems in technology, science and the economy. The institute deals with the whole scientific solution process, starting with mathematical modeling, followed by the theoretical analysis of models, and ending with the numerical simulation of the solution. Needless to say, involved, long-term contact and trustful cooperation with users from industry and research are essential.
The institute's core strengths are applied analysis and stochastics, developing and implementing numerical algorithms, and producing scientific software, as well as the consistent mathematical modeling of scientific and technological phenomena, and suitably combining all these strengths. Due to this wide range of strengths, WIAS is able to work on complex problems over long periods of time and through different phases, as well as tackle new problems and deliver fast solutions.
- Conversion, storage and distribution of energy
- Flow and transport
- Materials modeling
- Nano- and optoelectronics
- Optimization and control in technology and economy
- Quantitative biomedicine
It is becoming more and more important to extract structure from very large disordered data sets or to give reliable statements about a process, even when the input data is subject to uncertainty. To solve these kinds of problems, WIAS combines methods from statistics, partial (stochastic) differential equations and numerics.
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