Participation in “Cells in Motion”

  • Supervisor in the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Programme
  • Project FF-2016-03: Symmetry Breaking in Neurons (Christian Engwer, Milos Galic, project time: 07/2016 - 10/2018)

  • Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”

    2017

    Vorwerk J, Engwer C, Pursiainen S, Wolters CH. A Mixed Finite Element Method to Solve the EEG Forward Problem. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2017;36: 930-941. Abstract

    2016

    Engwer C, Knappitsch M, Surulescu C. A multiscale model for glioma spread including cell-tissue interactions and proliferation. Math Biosci Eng 2016;13: 443-460. Abstract

    2015

    Giese W, Eigel M, Westerheide S, Engwer C, Klipp E. Influence of cell shape, inhomogeneities and diffusion barriers in cell polarization models. Phys Biol 2015;12: 066014. Abstract

    2014

    Chamakuri N, Engwer C, Kunisch K. Boundary control of bidomain equations with state-dependent switching source functions in the ionic model. J Comp Phys 2014;15: 227-242. Abstract
    Engwer C, Westerheide S. Heterogeneous Coupling for Implicitly Described Domains. In: Erhel J., Gander M. (eds) Proceedings of the Domain Decomposition 21 2014;Springer, Cham: 809-817. Abstract