Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations [MA3303]

News
26.03.2014 'Klausureinsicht' will be on Friday, March 28, 12:00-13:00, in 03.06.036. Please bring Passport/Personalausweis and Student ID
19.03.2014 Information regarding the second exam can be found below
25.02.2014 'Klausureinsicht' will be on Friday, February 28, 10:00-11:00, in 02.08.011. Please bring Passport/Personalausweis and Student ID
18.02.2014 Remember to bring you Passport/Personalausweis and Student ID card to the final exam on Friday, February 21
31.01.2014 Room change for the exercise group on Thursday, February 6: Room 03.08.011
06.12.2013 There will be no exercise class on Monday, December 23rd. Please attend any other tutor group during the week from January 7 - January 10.
05.12.2013 Due to the Dies Acamicus on Thursday, December 12th, there will be no lecture and no exercise class on that day. Please attend any other tutor group during this week.
16.10.2013 We will be able to offer homework correction. If you would like to have your solutions corrected you can turn them in during the tutorial classes (preferably) or in the mail box in the basement of the math building by Thursday noon, the week the exercises are discussed in class. We will return comments during tutorial classes of the following week. Please note that we share the mail box with another course, so please make sure to put your name, tutorial group, as well as the name of the class (Numerics of PDEs) on your solutions.
16.10.2013 Exercise classes on Tuesdays will start 15 minutes earlier at 2 pm.
Contents
The description of the module (3303) can be found here.
Tentative Schedule
  • Motivation, characterization of PDEs
  • Basics from functional analysis
  • Theory of linear elliptic PDEs
  • Finite-difference-schemes for elliptic problems
  • The finite element method for elliptic problems
  • Numerical methods for finite element equations
  • Outlook: Semilinear elliptic problems, parabolic problems
Team
Lectures Prof. Dr. Boris Vexler, Room 03.08.053, E-Mail: vexlerematma.tum.de
Exercise and Tutorial Management Dr. Ira Neitzel, Room: 03.06.036, E-Mail: neitzelematma.tum.de
Homework correction Bernhard Kiniger, M.Sc., Room 02.08.037, E-Mail: kinigerematma.tum.de
Tutorials: Dr. Anne-Céline Boulanger, Room 03.06.036, E-Mail: boulangerematma.tum.de
Bernhard Kiniger, M.Sc., Room 02.08.037, E-Mail: kinigerematma.tum.de
Dr. Ira Neitzel, Room 03.06.036, E-Mail: neitzelematma.tum.de
Jelena Patarčić, M.Sc., Room 02.08.038, E-Mail: patarcicematma.tum.de
Programming Exercises
Please note that we offer an additional Lab Course for everyone interested in practical programming exercises
Schedule
Lectures Monday, 10:15-11:45, Room 00.06.011 (MI Hörsaal 3)
Thursday, 16:00-17:30, Room 00.06.011 (MI Hörsaal 3)
Exercise Class Schedule: Group 1: Monday, 8:30-10:00, Room 03.10.011, Bernhard Kiniger
Group 2: Tuesday, 14:00-15:30, Room MW 1701, Anne-Céline Boulanger (in English)
Group 3: Wednesday, 14:15-15:45, Room 03.08.011, Jelena Patarčić
Group 4: Thursday, 10:15-11:45, Room 00.09.022, Ira Neitzel
Exercise Organization
  • Enrollment for exercise classes via TUMonline will be open from Monday, October 14 through Sunday, October 20.
  • Exercise classes will start on Monday, October 21, 2013.
  • Every Thursday (approx.), a new exercise sheet will be published on this website. Please prepare the problems for discussion in the exercise classes during the following week.
Problem Sheets
Final
The second exam will take place on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, at 10:30 am in MI Hörsaal 3, Garching. It will be a 90 minutes written examination, plus an additional 5 minutes ("Einlesezeit") at the beginning, where writing will not be allowed. You may bring one sheet of A4 size paper with notes (two-sided), but no other resources such as phones, calculators, books, and the like. Bring your 'Personalausweis'/passport and student ID card.
Lecture Notes
Literature
 
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