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Neumanph profile.jpg Address:
TU München
Institut für Informatik
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München
Office:
MI 02.05.060
Email:
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Phone:
(089) 289 18 600
Fax:
(089) 289 18 607
Office Hours:
by arrangement
Homepage:
Welcome to Super-Epsi's world (incl. CV and publications)
Showroom:
Super-Epsi's videos and pics
Fun Facts:
My Erdös number is 5.
Teaching:
You can check out a very very short introduction to teaching here.
You can check out the Android App LB2M for Lattice Boltzmann flow simulations here - thanks to Michael Zellner and his developments during and after his Bachelor's thesis. The app is still under development, so you have to enable installation from unknown sources.
SS09
Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
Ferienakademie 2009 - Course 9: Simulation technology
Course material: Handouts and slides
SS10
Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
SS11
Master Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
Bachelor Lab Course Game Physics
SS12
Master Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
WS 12/13
Scientific Computing I
SS13
Scientific Computing II
WS13/14
Turbulent Flow Simulation on HPC-Systems (Ernst-Otto-Fischer Lehrpreis)
Seminar Lattice Boltzmann Methods - Theory, Implementation and Applications
SS14
Master Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
Seminar Lattice Boltzmann Methods - Theory, Implementation and Applications
Short Course Lattice Boltzmann Methods (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora)
WS14/15
Advanced Programming
Einführung in die wissenschaftliche Programmierung
Turbulent Flow Simulation on HPC-Systems (Ernst-Otto-Fischer Lehrpreis)
BGCE Seminar Supervised Teaching
SS15
Lattice Boltzmann Methods - Theory, Implementation and Applications
WS15/16
Advanced Programming
Turbulent Flow Simulation on HPC-Systems (Ernst-Otto-Fischer Lehrpreis)
Bachelor-Praktikum: Molekulardynamik
BGCE Seminar Supervised Teaching
Lattice Boltzmann Methods - Theory, Implementation and Applications
SS16
Master Lab Course Computational Fluid Dynamics
Topics for bachelor's/diploma/ master's theses:
Particle Insertion in Dense Fluids
Implementation of a multispeed Lattice Boltzmann solver
Dynamic adaptive refinement techniques for free surface flow simulations
Hybrid MD-LB simulations using a multi-MD approach
A parallel-in-time method for Lattice Boltzmann and Navier-Stokes solvers
Beside the listed topics, individual topics and suggestions are also always welcome! Just drop by my office so that we can discuss your ideas!
Running student projects:
M. Zellner. Flow Simulation on Android Devices via Remote Computing. Guided research. 2016.
E. Drossos. Parallel-in-Time Simulaion for Fluid Dynamics Using Lattice Boltzmann Methods. Master's thesis. 2016.
Finished student projects:
U. Rieger. Extending the Android App LB2M by a Multiphase Flow Model. Bachelor's thesis. 2016.
M. Zellner. Interactive Lattice Boltzmann Simulation on Android Devices. Bachelor's thesis. 2016.
I. Bratoev. Lattice Boltzmann Simulations on Spacetree-based Adaptive Grids. Master's thesis. 2015.
M. Fischer. Parameter Estimation for the USHER Algorithm using Sparse Grids. IDP. 2015.
S. Sharma. CFD based design optimization for a cooling jacket of an electric machine. Master's thesis (cooperation with BMW). 2015.
P. Jarmatz. Improving Adaptivity and Stability in LB Simulations using Walberla. Work during employment as student assistant. 2015.
R. Kommajosyula. Development of a Numerical Scheme for Transient Coupled Lattice Boltzmann-Navier-Stokes Simulations. Master's thesis. 2015.
S. Zakharov. Hybrid Lattice Boltzmann-Molecular Dynamics Simulations Using the Palabos and OpenLB Frameworks. Master's thesis. 2015.
H. Flohr. Coupling the Molecular Dynamics Simulation ls1 Mardyn with the Lattice Boltzmann Simulation Walberla Using the Macro-Micro-Coupling Tool. Master's thesis. 2015.
R. Arora. Coupling Espresso and the Macro-Micro-Coupling Tool. Work during employment as student assistant. 2014.
E. Voskoboinikova. Investigation of MRT-LB simulations. Work during employment as student assistant. 2014.
N. Rahman. Towards Solving Boltzmann-Like Equations on Sparse Grids. Work during employment as student assistant. 2014.
P. Karlshöfer. Parameter Space Exploration for USHER-Based Particle Insertion. Bachelor's thesis. 2014.
G. Schwarz. A Flexible Cartesian Grid Data Structure for Coupled Simulations. Bachelor's thesis. 2014.
P. Jarmatz. Coupling the Lattice Boltzmann Software Walberla and Molecular Dynamics Simulations Using the Macro-Micro-Coupling Tool. Bachelor's thesis. 2014.
A. Mustafa. Validation of Standard Best Practices for External Aerodynamics of an Automobile in Yawed Flow (cooperation with Exa). Master's thesis. 2013.
C. Pachajoa. Three-Dimensional Coupling of Lattice Boltzmann and Navier-Stokes Solvers. Master's thesis. 2013.
D. Pinaev. A Patch-Based Concept for Adaptive Lattice Boltzmann Simulations in Peano 3. Master's thesis. 2013.
C.-Y. Kao. Viscous Flow Computations with Molecular Dynamics. Bachelor's thesis. 2013.
A. Bakhtiari. MPI Parallelization of GPU-based Lattice Boltzmann Simulations. Master's thesis. 2013.
N. Rahman. Visualisation of hybrid Lattice Boltzmann-Molecular Dynamics Data using POV-Ray. Work during employment as student assistant. 2013.
C. Pachajoa, F. Rempe and M. Seravalli. Symbolic Reasoning on Embedded Controllers for Industrial Diagnostics (cooperation with Siemens). BGCE Honours Project. 2013.
A. Bakhtiari and D. Pinaev. Implementation of a 3D Seismic Wave Model on Adaptive Meshes in PeanoClaw. BGCE Honours Project. 2013.
T. Kovacevic. Aspects of Hybrid Molecular-Continuum Simulations for Complex Liquids. Master's thesis. 2012. Description
N. Tchipev. Parallelisation of a Linked-cell molecular dynamics simulation. Work during employment as student assistant. 2012.
M. Georgiev, D. Gudu, M. Hinterstocker, T. Kovacevic and A. Shahvarani. MRI goes FRAVE. BGCE Honours Project. 2012.
P. Hoffmann. Ein Kopplungsansatz für hybride Lattice Boltzmann-Molekulardynamik-Simulationen mit MarDyn. Master's thesis. 2011. Description.
W. Wang. Benchmark computations for the Lattice Boltzmann component within the Peano framework. Work during employment as student assistant. 2011.
T. Rohrmann. Lattice Boltzmann simulations in the finite Knudsen number range within the Peano framework. Bachelor's thesis. 2011. Description.
D. Jarema. Comparison and Coupling of a Lattice-Boltzmann Fluid-Structure Interaction Code with the Faxén Correction Approach. Master's thesis. 2011.
M. Schreiber. GPU based simulation and visualization of fluids with free surfaces. Diploma thesis. 2010.
B. Gholami, D. Kleine-Albers, C. Kowitz, N. Melik-Barkhudarov, O. Perro, S. Selcuk and N. Shahriari. Simulating Free Surface Flows with the Lattice Boltzmann Method. BGCE Honours Project. 2010.
T. Halici. Implementation of the two-relaxation-time model into the Lattice Boltzmann component of the Peano framework. Work during employment as student assistant. 2010.