MathSEED PhD Seminar

Early career researchers within MathSEE come from a variety of disciplines including (but not limited to) mathematics, material sciences, mechanics, physics, biology, meteorology to name a few. They are researching on topics that involve both mathematical and one of the application sciences. Within the MathSEE PhD Seminar we the doctoral students and early career scientists introduce our topics, challenges and results in 30-45 minutes and invite discussion and participation.

The new seminar series shall introduce new applications, methods and approaches to solving problems together. The talks will on purpose be held as broad so that most of the doctoral students in the audience are able to contribute. Furthermore, together with you we would like to grow a strong, self reliant network as the ultimate goal of the seminar series and learn, benefit and support each other.

If you are a student from mathematics working on an application problem or if you are student from an application science applying mathematical methods, we invite you most cordially to become a member of the network and exchange your project ideas and challenges with the rest of the group. The seminars are held:

  • starting 23 October, every second Monday in a month (dates are announced on the MathSEE Homepage)
  • at 15:45 hrs
  • Room 1.067, Mathematics building 20.30

The schedule of the next four confirmed talks is listed below. This list will be updated continuously so check back to save the dates of the next talks in your calender!


Date & Time|Location



6th November

Stephan Simonis

Exploratory Computing of Statistical Solutions with Lattice Boltzmann Methods

20th November Marvin Knöller Shape optimisation of thin metallic nanowires in electromagnetic chirality


4th December

Annalena Albicker

Monotonicity in inverse scattering for Maxwell’s equations

29th January

Jakob von Raumer

How Interactive Theorem Provers Make Computer Programs and Proofs Safe and Secure

We look forward to your participation!

Your representatives for early career scientists at MathSEE

Marvin Knöller and Alexander Dyck