Stefan Wierling
Stefan Wierling

Professur für Angewandte Mathematik, insbesondere Numerik (Prof. Ohlberger)

Einsteinstraße 62, Room 120.009
48149 Münster


Phone: +49 251 83-35056

stefan.girke@wwu.de

External Profiles:
  • ResearchGate
  • XING
  • Research Areas

    • Computational Mathematics
    • Mathematical Modelling of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation
    • Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
    • DUNE (Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment)
  • CV

    Education

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    Doctoral studies (Mathematics)
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    Mathematics (diploma), minor: Computer Sciences
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    bachelor Mathematics/Computer Sciences
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    Mathematics (diploma), minor: Computer Sciences

    Positions

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    Research Assistent (University of Muenster)
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    Student research assistant (University of Muenster)
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    Student research assistant (FU in Hagen)
  • Projects

    • CRC 656 B07 - Mathematical Modelling of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation Based on Data from Multiparametric Imaging ( - )
      Third-party funding : DFG - Collaborative Research Centre
    • AdaptHydroMod - Co-operative Project "Adaptive hydrological modeling with application in water resource management", Sub-project "Multi-scale modelling and system reduction for ground water flow" ( - )
      Third-party funding : Federal Ministry of Education and Research | Project Number: 03OMPAF1
  • Publications

    • Andreas Dedner, Stefan Girke, Robert Klöfkorn, Tobias Malkmus. . ‘The DUNE-FEM-DG module.’ Archive of Numerical Software 5, No. 1: 21--61. doi: 10.11588/ans.2017.1.28602.
    • Girke S, Klöfkorn R, Ohlberger M. . ‘Efficient Parallel Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation Using Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes.’ In Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VII-Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic Problems, edited by Fuhrmann J, Ohlberger M, Rohde C, 617-625.: Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-05591-6_61.
  • Talks

    • Girke, Stefan (): "Efficient Parallel Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation Using Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes". SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences, Boston, .
    • Malkmus, Tobias; Girke, Stefan (): "The Dune-Fem-DG module – towards a unified multiphysics framework –". PDESoft 2016, Warwick, .
    • Stefan Girke (): "Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation." Skiseminar, Kleinwalsertal, .

    • Girke, Stefan (): "Efficient Numerical Modeling of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation". Molecular Imaging School - MIS 2015, Wien, .
    • Girke, Stefan (): "Atherosclerosis, Multiphysics and DUNE-FEM-DG". Dune User Meeting 2015, Heidelberg, .
    • Girke, Stefan (): "Efficient Parallel Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation Using Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes". I.R.I.S., Bergen, .
    • Girke, Stefan (): "Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation". Skiseminar 2015, Kleinwalsertal, .

    • Girke, Stefan (): "Efficient Parallel Simulation of Atherosclerotic Plaque Formation Using Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Schemes ". The International Symposium of Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VII , Berlin, .

    • Girke, Stefan (): "Modelling of atherosclerotic plaque formation using the software framework DUNE". Inflammation et résistance aux thérapies, Lyon, .
    • Girke, Stefan (): "Mathematical modelling of atherosclerotic plaque formation". Dune User Meeting 2013, Aachen, .

    • Girke, Stefan (): "Unified software framework for hybridized discretization methods". PDESoft 2012, Münster, .
  • Miscellaneous

    Atherosclerosis

    Inflammation process of Atherosclerosis (2D Simulation, 3D Simulation)

    Further Projects

    Mathematics and Computer Sciences always have been my passion.

    As pupil, I developed for the university project  lernserver - indivuelle Rechtschreibförderung the central diagnosis component of a individual spelling support. The C++ (and Visual Basic.Net) programm is still in use to reliably classify single words containing a high number of spelling mistakes (e.g. five). Results from commercial products have been outperformed.