Dr. Rüdiger Müller

Weierstrass Institute
for Applied Analysis and Stochastics
Mohrenstraße 39
D-10117 Berlin
Phone:  ++49(0) 30 20372 502
Fax:  ++49(0) 30 20372 303
e-Mail:  mueller (at) wias-berlin.de

Research Projects

Electrochemistry modeling
thermodynamically consistent pressure corrected Nernst-Planck model
reduced models by asymptotic analysis
recovering of Buler-Volmer eqs. and Lippmann eq.
Coupled bulk-surface problems
a posteriory error control, adaptive FEM
nonsmooth domains
coupled system of phase separation, elasticity and rate-dependent damage
nonsmooth constraint zt ≤ 0 to exclude healing
Logarithmic potentials
robust and quasi optimal a posteriori error estimation
error control past topological changes of solution
Allen-Cahn, Ginzburg-Landau, Cahn-Hilliard, Cahn-Larche equations
robust a posteriori error estimation and adaptive FEM for phasefield models
principal eigenvalue indicates topological changes as critical times
Miscible displacement, porous media flow
discontinuous Galerkin methods
convergence of numerical solutions under low regularity assumptions
Dendritic crystal growth
selection of radius and velocity of cristal tip
X-FEM, Level-Set method, Fast-Marching method, fast velocity extension



Short CV

since May 2009 Weierstrass Institute Berlin
Dec. 2013 Guest professorship at the Urgensh State Univeristy, Uzbekistan
Sept.10 - Mar.11 Interim professorship at the Institute for Numerical Simulation of University Bonn
Aug. 05 - Apr.09 Postdoc at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Member of DFG Research Center Matheon
Project C16 Simulation of phase field models and geometric evolution problems
Dec. 97-June 05 Research fellow at the Institute for Analysis and Numerics, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
DFG-Research Group Interface Dynamics in Pattern Formation


Last modified: 2017-03-14 by R. Müller