Until 2019, I was a Morrey Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley. Previously, I did my PhD under the supervision of Felix Otto at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences.
I am an applied geometric analyst. Using methods from geometric analysis, calculus of variations and nonlinear partial differential equations, I aim to address fundamental questions arising in physics, materials science, numerics, and data science. I am particularly interested in the rigorous justification of the emergence of geometric variational principles or geometric flows.
- Next summer, I'm organizing a graduate seminar "Understanding Data via PDEs" (S5B3 - Graduate Seminar on New Developments in PDE). The preliminary meeting is on Friday, February 3, at 16:00 in SR 0.011.
- We're organizing the first Young African Mathematicians (YAM) Symposium! Students & faculty in Bonn: come visit on November 29.
- Save the date: We're organizing a Hausdorff School "Analysis of PDEs: Variational and Geometric Perspectives" during the week July 10-14, 2023 and a Hausdorff Workshop "Nonlinear PDEs: Recent Trends in the Analysis of Continuum Mechanics" during the week July 17-21, 2023. More info will follow soon!
|Name||Role||E-Mail (...@hcm.uni-bonn.de)||Office (Villa Maria)|
|Milan Krömer||PhD student||milan.kroemer||1.001|
|Jona Lelmi||PhD student||lelmi||1.001|
Prof. Dr. Tim Laux
Hausdorff Center for Mathematics
University of Bonn
Villa Maria, Room 1.002
Endenicher Allee 62
By appointment (please simply send me an email). Regular OH during the semester:
+49 228 / 73-62225