August 22, 2019 /

Finite Element Methods (M. Sc.)

Lecture with exercise in winter term

Finite element methods are standard tools for the solution of partial differential equations, for instance Maxwell equations. They enable a deep insight into a physical problem and therefore support knowledge acquisition similar to analytical methods or experiments.

Here, fundamentals of two established finite element methods are discussed, namely the finite element method (FEM) and the boundary element method (BEM). This includes basic numerical approaches for numerical integration or the solution of linear systems of equations.

Introduction to the course "Finite Element Methods"


André Buchau

André Buchau

Vice Director, Group Leader "Multiphysics problems"

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