Research Groups

Former Research Groups

Ernst Dieter Gilles Mathematical modeling of cellular systems coupled with new technologies from molecular biology is of key importance for issues in medicine and bioprocess engineering.

Systems Biology (SBI)

Ernst Dieter Gilles
Mathematical modeling of cellular systems coupled with new technologies from molecular biology is of key importance for issues in medicine and bioprocess engineering. [more]
Wolfgang MarwanThe behavior of a cell in terms of differentiation, growth, and motility is controlled by networks of interacting biomolecules. The group explored new ways to determine the structure of such networks and to understand their function.

Molecular Network Analysis (MNA)

Wolfgang Marwan
The behavior of a cell in terms of differentiation, growth, and motility is controlled by networks of interacting biomolecules. The group explored new ways to determine the structure of such networks and to understand their function.
Ulrike Krewer High power, reliable operation and miniaturization are essential challenges for small electrochemical energy systems. Innovative and robust system concepts require a thorough analysis and optimization of the single processes and their integration into the system.

Otto Hahn Group Portable Energy Systems (OHG)

Ulrike Krewer
High power, reliable operation and miniaturization are essential challenges for small electrochemical energy systems. Innovative and robust system concepts require a thorough analysis and optimization of the single processes and their integration into the system.
Martin Stoll
The goal of the group was the introduction of novel algorithms and techniques within numerical linear algebra that enable the efficient solution of mathematical equations coming from a variety of challenging applications.

Numerical Linear Algebra for Dynamical Systems

Martin Stoll
The goal of the group was the introduction of novel algorithms and techniques within numerical linear algebra that enable the efficient solution of mathematical equations coming from a variety of challenging applications.
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Jörg RaischThe group was founded in 1998, the research interests were in the core of Systems and Control Theory as well as in several fields of its application. The research activies are now entirely integrated into the TU Berlin Control Systems group. Prof. Jörg Raisch will continue to be affiliated with the MPI as an External Scientific Member. [more]

Systems and Control Theory (SCT)

Jörg Raisch
The group was founded in 1998, the research interests were in the core of Systems and Control Theory as well as in several fields of its application. The research activies are now entirely integrated into the TU Berlin Control Systems group. Prof. Jörg Raisch will continue to be affiliated with the MPI as an External Scientific Member. [more]
 
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