Martin Hess

Martin Hess
Martin Hess
Computational Methods in Systems and Control Theory

Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme

Forschungsinteressen

  • Reduzierte Basis Modellreduktion
  • Modellierung und Simulation von Problemenstellungen mit Maxwellschen Gleichungen

Vita

Ausbildung

Seit 2012   - PhD student, CSC Gruppe, MPI Magdeburg
2011          - Stipendium der Max Planck Gesellschaft
2008-2010 - MSc TU München
2004-2007 - BSc TU Braunschweig

Veröffentlichungen


Estimating the Inf-Sup Constant in Reduced Basis Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations;
Hess, M.W., Grundel, S. and Benner, P.;
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques: Vol. 63 no. 11 pp. 3549-3557; 2015.

Reduced Basis Modeling for Uncertainty Quantification of Electromagnetic Problems in Stochastically Varying Domains;
Martin W. Hess and Benner, P.;
10th International Conference on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering;
Springer Series "Mathematics in Industry" : accepted for publication

A Reduced Basis Method for Microwave Semiconductor Devices with Geometric Variations;
Hess, M.W. and Benner, P.;
COMPEL, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 1071-1081; 2014.


Reduced Basis Generation for Maxwell's Equations by Rigorous Error Estimation;
Hess, M.W. and Benner, P.;
Proc. Compumag 2013, 2013.

Fast Evaluation of Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations Using the Reduced Basis Method;
Hess, M.W. and Benner, P.;
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques:  Vol. 61 no. 6 pp. 2265-2274; 2013.

The Reduced Basis Method for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations;
Benner, P.; Hess, M. W.;
in H.-D. Alber, N. Kraynyukova and C. Tropea: PAMM Special Issue: 83rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (GAMM), Darmstadt 2012  :  Volume 12, Issue 1, pages 661–662, December 2012; Wiley; 2012.



Neueste Vorträge

Reduced Basis Model Reduction of Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations using a Compliant Expanded Formulation; MOR 4 MEMS, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany, 18.11.2015
Output Error Estimates in Reduced-Basis Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations;
ENUMATH, Ankara, Turkey, 18.09.2015
Reduced Basis Model Reduction for Maxwell's Equations in Dispersive Media with Stochastic Coefficients;
PIERS 2015; Prague, Czech Republic; 06.07.2015
Certified Reduced Basis Model Reduction for Maxwell's Equations; SIAM CSE 2015; Salt Lake City, USA; 16.03.2015
Reduced Basis Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations with Stochastic Coefficients; SCEE 2014; Wuppertal; 25.07.2014
Reduced Basis Methods for Maxwell's Equations with Stochastic Coefficients; SIAM Annual 2014; Chicago; 07.07.2014
Reduced Basis Methods for Time-Harmonic Maxwell's Equations with Stochastic Coefficients; ACOMEN 2014; Gent; 24.06.2014





 
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