Alexander SchlüterWorkgroup Prof. Dr. Benedikt Wirth
Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics
University of Münster
- Tomographic Reconstruction
- Positron Emission Tomography
- Inverse Problems
- Dynamic Reconstruction of Particle Trajectories
- Cell Tracking
- Dimension Reduction
- Finite Element Methods
- C / C++ / Python Programming
|Preprint: Dimension reduction, exact recovery, and error estimates for sparse reconstruction in phase space, Martin Holler, Alexander Schlüter, Benedikt Wirth, arXiv:2112.09743 [math.NA]|
|2022||French German Portuguese Conference on Optimization, Porto, symposium "Recent trends in analytical and computational aspects on non-smooth optimization": Slides|
|2020||SIAM Conference on Imaging Science (IS20), symposium "Optimal Transport and Applications in Image Analysis"|
|2020||IFIP Workshop on Inverse Problems, Imaging, and Optimization, Essen|
TraCAR - Non-Invasive Imaging of Pharmacokinetics and Optimization of CAR T-Cell Therapies for Solid Tumors
|April 2022||Girls Day lecture on Computed Tomography|
|Summer 2021||Exercises for the lecture "Mathematical Optimization" (Prof. Dr. Benedikt Wirth)|
|April 2021||Girls Day lecture on Computed Tomography|
|Winter 2018/19||Tutor for the lecture "Analysis 3" (Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Winter)|
MSc in Mathematics with minor in Computer Science (WWU Münster).
Master thesis: "Dimension Reduction of Dynamic Super-resolution"
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Benedikt Wirth
BSc in Mathematics with minor in Physics (WWU Münster).
Bachelor thesis: "Stochastic Approximation and Importance Sampling"
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Steffen Dereich