Finite Element Methods (Winter Semester 2016/17)
- Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Tobias Jahnke
- Classes: Lecture (0110300), Problem class (0110310)
- Weekly hours: 4+2
In order to help you with your preparation for the exams, you have the possibility to ask questions about the lecture and the exercises on 2.3.2017 in the seminar room 3.069.
Workshop Women in PDEs@Karlsruhe (April 27—28, 2017)
The aim of this workshop is to provide a platform to bring together students of mathematics, young researchers (PhD students and postdocs) and established female mathematicians from academia and industry working on partial differential equations (PDEs). Outstanding invited speakers will give talks on their current research topics. A panel discussion will give the possibility to discuss questions not only concerning research but also career choices/planning and practical questions of managing career and family interests.
Female participants are invited to present posters. For attendance registration will be required.
More informations can be found here.
|Lecture:||Wednesday 8:00-9:30||SR 0.014|
|Friday 8:00-9:30||SR 1.067|
|Problem class:||Monday 11:30-13:00||SR 3.61|
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Tobias Jahnke|
|Office hours: Monday, 10 am - 11 am|
|Room 3.042 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Problem classes||Dr. Patrick Krämer|
|Office hours: by appointment|
|Room 3.025 Kollegiengebäude Mathematik (20.30)|
Click here for a short description of the course, references, and other informations.
The oral exams for this course will take place on 8.3.2017 and 9.3.2017. If you want to take the exam, you have to register online on the KIT web page as for every exam. In addition, please send the following informations via E-Mail to Sonja Becker (email@example.com) before 11.2.2017:
- Your name
- Your immatriculation number
- Preferred date of the exam (8.3. or 9.3.). If you do not have any preference, please state that both days are ok for you.
- Restrictions regarding the time of the exam. For example, if you live quite far away from Karlsruhe, we will not schedule you for a very early time slot. If you make restrictions on the time slot, however, please give reasons.
Examination time is 30 minutes (approximately). You can choose if you want to take the exam in Englisch or German. Questions about both the lecture and the exercise class may be asked.
In order to help you with your preparation for the exams, there will be a questions-and-answers session on 2.3.2017 in the seminar room 3.069. In this session, you have the possibility to ask questions about the lecture and the exercises.
Lecture 1 (19.10.16)
Lecture 2 (21.10.16)
Lecture 3 (26.10.16)
LaTeX notes on Sobolev spaces and weak formulations, Lecture 3-5 (26.10., 28.10., 02.11.2016)
Lecture 5 (02.11.16)
Lecture 6 (02.11.16)
Lecture 7 (14.11.16)
Lecture 8 (16.11.16), Reminder on Sobolev norms
Lecture 9 (18.11.16)
Lecture 10 (23.11.16)
Lecture 11 (25.11.16)
Lecture 12 (30.11.16), Slides: Smoothing with the Gauss-Seidel method
Lecture 13 (02.12.16)
Lecture 14 (07.12.16)
Lecture 15 (09.12.16)
Lecture 16 (14.12.16)
Lecture 17 (16.12.16)
Lecture 18 (21.12.16), Pictures: Relation betwen smoothness and eigenvalues (zipped file)
Lecture 19 (23.12.16)
Lecture 20 (09.01.17)
Lecture 21 (11.01.17)
Lecture 22 (13.01.17)
Lecture 23 (18.01.17)
Lecture 24 (20.01.17)
Lecture 25 (25.01.17)
Lecture 26 (27.01.17)
Lecture 27 (01.02.17)
Lecture 28 (03.02.17)
Lecture 29 (08.02.17)
Lecture 30 (10.02.17)