DFG Research Training Group 1932

Graduations

within the RTG 1932

NameDateSupervisorDepartment
Varela, Javier
12.09.2018Prof. Dr. Norbert WehnElectrical and Computer Engineering
Efficient Implementation of Financial Risk Management Applications on Heterogeneous Energy-Efficient High-Performance Computing Systems
Schuff, Sebastian 11.05.2018 Jun.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Balle Mechanical and Process Engineering
Mikro-und Makroschädigung von partikelverstärkten Aluminium-Matrix-Verbundwerkstoffen bei quasistatischer und zyklischer Beanspruchung
Casucci, Daniele08.02.2018Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schnell Civil Engineering
Experimentelle Untersuchungen zum Zugkriechen in gerissenem ultrahochfestem stahlfaserverstärkten Beton
Lo, Pak Hang19.01.2018Prof. Dr. Jürgen FrankeMathematics
An Iterative Plug-In Algorithm for Optimal Bandwidth Selection in Kernel Intensity Estimation for Spatial Data
Easwaran, Prakash23.10.2017Prof. Dr. Claudia RedenbachMathematics
Stochastic geometry models for interacting fibers 
Pezo Villar, Danilo Alberto20.10.2017Prof Dr. Jürgen FrankeMathematics
Local stationarity for spatial data
Coskun, Sema27.10.2017Prof. Dr. Ralf KornMathematics
Application of the Heath-Platen Estimator in Pricing Barrier and Bond Options
Losch, Katharina 17.07.2017 Prof. Dr. Claudia Redenbach Mathematics
Stochastic Modeling of Multiphase Materials Based on Digital Image Data
Fitschen, Jan Henrik14.07.2017Prof. Dr. Gabriele SteidlMathematics
Variational Models in Image Processing with Applications in the Materials Sciences
Nurkanovic, Merima23.05.2017Dr. Ralf KornMathematics
The Split tree for Option Pricing
Neßler, Christian Helmut25.04.2017Prof. Dr. Axel KlarMathematics
Mathematical modeling of interacting fibre structures and non-woven materials
Meurer, Anne18.10.2016Prof. Dr. Axel KlarMathematics
Interacting Particle Methods with their Limit Equations
Brugger, Christian29.04.2016Prof. Dr. Norbert WehnElectrical and Computer Engineering
A new Approach to Efficient Heterogeneous Computing
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