Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller

Sebastian Stiller
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Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller
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News (Selection)

The 7 Greatest Adventures in Mathematics: Navier-Stokes Equations

How does water flow over a rapids? How does air flow around a car body? Is it possible to compute this? Is there a basic mathematical model for this, just as there are Newton's laws for the motion of solid bodies? A basic model of fluid mechanics are the Navier--Stokes equations. They are more complicated than Newton's laws and for complex applications one has to approximate them or resort to experiments (e.g. in a wind tunnel).

Student workshop in cooperation with the IFAS

This Monday, a student workshop in cooperation with the IFAS (Institut für Flugantriebe und Strömungsmaschinen) took place on the Automotive Research Centre Niedersachsen. We welcomed 25 students aged from 10 to 16 years.

SQUIRREL - Retreat in Bilm

In the past week, ten employees of the Institute for Mathematical Optimization as well as the Institute of Analysis and Algebra got together for a retreat in a conference hotel in Bilm near Hanover.

Participation in Current Research Projects

HyNEAT - Hydrogen Supply Networks' Evolution for Air Transport

PIs: Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller (TU Braunschweig), Dr. Imke Joormann
Researcher: Rebecca Marx (TU Braunschweig), N.N.
Partners: Leibniz Universität Hannover (Institut für Festkörperphysik, Institut für Elektrische Energiesysteme, Institut für Umweltökonomik und Welthandel), TU Braunschweig (Institut für Automobilwirtschaft und Industrielle Produktion, Junior Research Group „Overall System Evaluation“), Institut für Luft- und Kältetechnik Dresden, Institut für Solarenergieforschung Hameln
Fund…

Entwicklung einer Toolbox für Quantenalgorithmen: ProvideQ

ProvideQ: Quantum Readiness for Optimization Providers

PIs: Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller (TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr. Timo de Wolff (TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr. Sándor Fekete (TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr. Ina Schäfer (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), Prof. Dr. David Gross (Universität zu Köln), Prof. Dr. Tobias Osborne (Leibniz Universität Hannover)
Researchers: u.a. Sabrina Ammann (TU Braunschweig), Janin Heuer (TU Braunschweig)
Industry Partners: 4flow AG, GAMS Software GmbH
Funding:

Mathematik für Innovationen: LeoPlan

LeoPlan: Lernen und Optimierung mit großen Datenmengen auf Netzwerken

PIs: Prof. Dr. S. Stiller, Prof. Dr. C. Kirches (TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr. P. Mutzel (Uni Bonn)
Researchers: Dr. A. Tillmann, T. Niemann (TU Braunschweig), L. Schürmann (Uni Bonn), C. Hansknecht (TU Braunschweig), F. Bürgel (TU Braunschweig)
Industry Partners: Logiball GmbH, BASF Schwarzheide GmbH, 4flow AG
Funding: German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF)
Duration: 2020 – 2023

Current Teaching

Lecture: Algorithms and Complexity for Quantum Computers (Summer 2023)

The lecture "Algorithms and Complexity for Quantum Computers" is for Bachelor's and Master's students of programs in Data Science, Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 5, credit hours: 2+2). The course will be held in the summer term 2023 by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller in English language.

Lecture: Optimization in Machine Learning and Data Science (Summer 2023)

The lecture "Optimization in Machine Learning and Data Science" is for Master's students of programs in Data Science, Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 5, credit hours: 2+2). The course will be held in the summer term 2023 by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller in English language.

Lecture: Ramp up Course Mathematics (Summer 2023)

The lecture "Ramp up Course Mathematics" is for Master's students of program in Data Science (credit points: 10, credit hours: 4+2). The course will be held in the summer term 2023 by Prof. Dr. Christian Kirches, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller, and others in English language.

Seminar: Bachelor/Master Seminar Optimization (Summer 2023)

The courses "Bachelor Seminar Optimization" and "Master Seminar Optimization" on the topic of mathematical optimization (discrete and/or continuous) are for students of the programs in Data Science, Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 8, credit hours: 4).The courses are offered in the summer term 2023 by Prof. Dr. Christian Kirches, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Merkert, and Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller. Presentations can be held in English or German language.

Upper Seminar: Mathematical Optimization (Summer 2023)

The upper seminar "Mathematical Optimization" is leaded by Prof. Dr. Christian Kirches, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Merkert and Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller.

Lecture: Linear and Combinatorial Optimization (Winter 2022/23)

The course "Linear and Combinatorial Optimization" is for Bachelor's students of programs in Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 10, credit hours: 4+2). The course will be held in the winter term 2022/23 by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller and Eva Ley in German language.

Lecture: Computeroriented Mathematics 1 (Winter 2022/23)

The course "Computeroriented Mathematics 1" is for Bachelor's students of programs in Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 4, credit hours: 2+1). The course will be held in the winter term 2022/23 by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller and Sabrina Ammann in German language.

Lecture: Algorithmic Game Theory (Winter 2022/23)

The course "Algorithmic Game Theory" is for Master's students of programs in Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 5, credit hours: 2+1). The course will be held in the winter term 2022/23 by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller in German language.

Lecture: Ramp up Course Mathematics (Winter 2022/23)

The lecture "Ramp up Course Mathematics" is for Master's students of program in Data Science (credit points: 10, credit hours: 4+2). The course will be held in the winter term 2022/23 by Prof. Dr. Christian Kirches, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller, and others in English language.

Seminar: Bachelor/Master Seminar Optimization (Winter 2022/23)

The courses "Bachelor Seminar Optimization" and "Master Seminar Optimization" on the topic of mathematical optimization (discrete and/or continuous) are for students of programs in Data Science, Mathematics as well as Mathematics in Finance and Industry (credit points: 8, credit hours: 4). The courses are offered in the winter term 2022/23 by Prof. Dr. Christian Kirches, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Merkert, and Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stiller. Presentations can be held in English or German language.

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