Hannes Meinlschmidt
Assistant Professor | Senior Scientist

  hannes.meinlschmidt@math.fau.de
  Room 03.330 | DDS – Department of Data Science. FAU DCN-AvH Chair for Dynamics, Control and Numerics – Alexander von Humboldt Professorship
  +49 9131 85-67128

  My Publications at FAU-CRIS

I am an assistant professor (W1) at the chair for Dynamics, Control and Numerics at FAU Friedrich- Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg since March 2021. I am working on optimal control of partial differential equations and applied analysis in general. I obtained both my Diploma (Oct 2011) and PhD (Mar 2017) in mathematics at TU Darmstadt, Germany; my PhD supervisor was Stefan Ulbrich. I then moved to RICAM in Linz, Austria, for a PostDoc position in the “Optimization and Optimal Control” group of Karl Kunisch, in Sept 2017.

My research interests concern problems at the intersection of (optimal) control and optimization with the analysis of PDEs. This includes regularization aspects on the optimization side and regularity theory for elliptic and parabolic evolution equations on the analysis side. The research questions I consider are motivated mostly by optimal control problems subject to strongly nonlinear (coupled systems of) time- dependent PDEs, or real-world applications with nonsmooth data.
 
PhD Thesis:   Analysis and Optimal Control of Quasilinear Parabolic Evolution Equations on Rough Domains (March 20, 2017)
 

My posters


Parabolic Problems Arising in Real-World Applications
 

Teaching

• WS 22/23: Lecture „Optimization with PDEs”
• WS 22/23: Seminar on „Interpolation theory and function spaces”
• SS 21/22: Partielle Differentialgleichungen I
• WS 21/22: Partielle Differentialgleichungen II
• WS 20/21: A Primer on Functional Analytic Methods for PDE. Seminar “Evolution Equations”
 

Akademy

Lecture notes: A primer on functional Analytic methods for PDEs

Lecture notes: A primer on functional Analytic methods for PDEs Author: Hannes Meinlschmidt FAU DCN-AvH. Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany) Period: ...
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