Research

Research highlights, Excellence Initiative involvement, and overview

Fundamental Research and a Nucleus for Innovative Applications

The faculty’s research activities are at the heart of the strategic research goals of the University of Stuttgart. Focus areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Scientific computing / numerical simulation
  • Modeling of multiscale and multiphysics problems
  • Machine learning
  • Quantum systems
  • Atomic and quantum optics
  • Solid state physics
  • Strongly correlated many particle systems
  • Soft matter physics

 

Research Activities in the Department of Mathematics

Simulation technologies have become indispensable in the 21st century and permeate every aspect of our lives. The University of Stuttgart has recognized the opportunities for the future and concentrated its diverse expertise in the Stuttgart Center for Simulation Science SC SimTech.

Scientists from the department who are involved:

Prof. Dr. Andrea Barth, Prof. Dr. Dominik Göddeke, Prof. Dr. Bernard Haasdonk, Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde, Prof. Dr. Carsten Scherer, Prof. Dr. Guido Schneider, Prof. Dr. Ingo Steinwart, Prof. Dr. Kunibert Siebert

 

SFB-TRR 75 Droplet Dynamics under Extreme Ambient Conditions
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde

2010
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2021

SFB-TRR 195 Symbolic Tools in Mathematics and their Application
Prof. Dr. Meinolf Geck

2017
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2020

SFB 1173 Wave Phenomena: Analysis and Numerics
Prof. Dr. Guido Schneider

2015
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2023

SFB 1313 Interface-Driven Multi-Field Processes in Porous Media
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde, Prof. Dr. Dominik Göddeke (associated member), PD Dr. Iryna Rybak

2018
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SFB-TRR 161

Quantitative Methods for Visual Computing

Prof. Dr. Andrea Barth

2015
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2023

 

GRK 1838 Spectral Theory and Dynamics of Quantum Systems
Prof. Dr. Marcel Griesemer (Speaker), Prof. Dr. Uta Freiberg, Prof. Dr. Guido Schneider, Prof. Dr. Timo Weidl, Apl. Prof. Dr. Jens Wirth
2013
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2019
IRTG 2160 Droplet Interaction Technologies
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde
2016
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IRTG 2198 Soft Tissue Robotics
Prof. Dr. Bernard Haasdonk
2017
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SPP 1648 Software for Exascale Computing
Prof. Dr. Dominik Göddeke

2013
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2019

IMPRS-IS:

International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Intelligent Systems
Prof. Dr. Ingo Steinwart

2017
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High performance Computing II

Baden-Württemberg Stiftung
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde, Prof. Dr. Dominik Göddeke

2016
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2019
MWK


"Data-Integrated Simulation" (Universität Heidelberg)
"System Mensch" (Universität Tübingen)
Prof. Dr. Christian Rohde, Prof. Dr. Carsten Scherer, Prof. Dr. Ingo Steinwart

2016
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2019

TZRL

Tübinger Zentrum für Robustes Lernen
Prof. Dr. Ingo Steinwart

 

 

 

SRCSB Stuttgart Research Center Systems Biology  Priv.-Doz. Dr. Jürgen Dippon

 

QuaLIKiSS

Teaching Quality Pact – Individuality and Cooperation in Studies in Stuttgart

Prof. TeknD Timo Weidl (Coordinator), Apl. Prof. Dr. Jens Wirth, Prof. Dr. Dominik Göddeke, Prof. Dr. Markus Stroppel

2011
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2020
Lehrerbildung PLUS

Establishment of a Professional School of Education (PSE)

Prof. TeknD Timo Weidl

2016
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2019

SAM

Studienabbruch Mathematik

Prof. TeknD Timo Weidl

2017
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2020
MWK

Erfolgreich Studieren in Baden-Württemberg (FESt-BW)

Prof. TeknD Timo Weidl

2016
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2020

 

Research Activities in the Department of Physics

FOR 2247: From few to many-body physics with dipolar quantum gases

FOR 2811: Adaptive Polymergele mit kontrollierter Netzwerkstruktur

The International Max Planck Research School for Condensed Matter Science (IMPRS-CMS) is a joint program of the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (Max Planck Institut für Festkörperforschung) and the University of Stuttgart. The objective of the research school is high-quality fundamental research on condensed matter using advanced experimental and theoretical methods.

IMPRS-CMS: International Max Planck Research School for Condensed Matter Science

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