This project of TRR 361 deals with the analysis and time domain simulation of the heterogeneous coupled system of differential algebraic equations arising from the multiphysical description of an electric machine. A system-level approach allows to couple existing models for the different physical subsystems that are involved and successively improve their predictive capability by including improved models that arise from other projects. The aim is to allow for a full drive cycle simulation by means of efficient multirate methods as well as parallelisation in space and time.
2023: Hansjörg Wacker Memorial Prize for the best mathematical dissertation at the Masters level on an industrial project.
Tuesday, 15:00-16:00 and by appointment (in either case, please contact me by email beforehand)
We would like to customise the information and usability of this website to your preferences and needs.
To this end, we use so-called cookies. Please choose which cookies you would like to enable when visiting our webpages.
Some of these cookies are required to load and correctly display this website on your device.
These are strictly necessary or essential cookies and cannot be deselected.
The preferences cookie saves your language setting, while the statistics cookie regulates
how the open-source statistical software “Matomo” analyses your visits to and activities on our website.
For more information about cookies we use, please refer to our