Zuvor findet um 16:45 Uhr die Teerunde in Raum 244 des Mathematikgebäudes (S2|15) Schlossgartenstr. 7, statt.
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schöps, TU Darmstadt
Isogeometric Analysis was proposed more than ten years ago to bridge the gap between computer-aided design and the finite element method. The original method uses Non-Uniform Rational B-Splines (NURBS) for the description of geometry and solution in the context of mechanics. Later, it was shown how B-Splines can be used to discretize the differential operators in a way that they preserve the underlying exact sequence. This made the methods interesting for computational electromagnetics. More recently, mortaring, boundary elements and partial element equivalent circuit methods have been developed, such that there is a complete zoo of spline-based methods available for electrical engineers. This presentation will walk you through this zoo and discuss the mathematics behind.
18. Januar 2023, 17:15-19:00
Uhrturmhörsaal der Physik