GAMM Student Chapter Bochum


We are pleased to introduce Prof. Jörg Schröder as our second speaker for our second-year event. Prof. Schröder is highly regarded for his research contributions in multiscale modeling, finite element technology, and other related fields. His co-authorship of the "Technische Mechanik" books published by Springer has also made him well-known among engineers. In his forthcoming talk, Prof. Schröder will discuss the least squares finite element method (FEM), a non-standard discretization technique. This method offers an alternative approach to traditional methods and brings unique perspectives to the field. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights into this distinctive technique and explore its potential applications in a more formal setting.

Talk Content

Prof. Schröder will highlight the potential impact of the least squares FEM on computational efficiency, examining its ability to handle complex FSI problems with reduced computational costs. The talk will delve into the trade-offs between accuracy and computational resources, providing attendees with a deeper understanding of the practical considerations when implementing the least squares FEM. Additionally, Prof. Schröder will discuss the ongoing research and developments in the field of least squares FEM for FSI problems. He will address recent advancements in algorithmic improvements and adaptive mesh refinement techniques, demonstrating the potential for further enhancing the efficiency and accuracy of the method. By staying up-to-date with the latest developments, attendees will gain valuable insights into the future prospects and emerging trends in the application of the least squares FEM.

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