Einstein Visiting Fellows

The Einstein Foundation Berlin funds several Fellowships to enhance the international profile of universities and research institutions in Berlin by involving leading scientists and scholars from abroad in long-term academic research collaborations. The CRC 1114 is glad to welcome the following Einstein Visiting Fellows at Freie Universität Berlin:

Prof. Dr. Edriss Titi
Texas A&M University, U.S.A.
The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
January 1st, 2018, to December 31st, 2020

Edriss Titi is an internationally renowned expert for applied mathematics with broad interests in nonlinear science and scientific computation who specializes in the mathematical study of problems from fluid dynamics, nonlinear partial differential equations, and in a dynamical systems approach to turbulence. His contributions to these areas are of the highest calibre and practical impact. During his stay in Germany, Professor Titi will focus on theoretical and practical advances in the understanding and simulation of atmosphere and ocean dynamics. As an Einstein Visiting Fellow Edriss Titi will be part of the collaborative research centre “Scaling Cascades in Complex Systems“ (CRC 1114) at Freie Universität Berlin.
For more Information see: Webpage of Einstein Foundation

Prof. Ioannis Kevrekidis
John Hopkins University, U.S.A.
Princeton University, U.S.A.
April 1st, 2016, to March 31st, 2018

Ioannis Kevrekidis is an Einstein Visiting Fellow with CRC 1114. With the help of computational methods and machine learning he is striving to achieve a new modeling approach of complex systems. Therefore, he combines methods of mathematics and scientific computing with modern data mining-technics. He closely cooperates with Project B03 and young investigator Stefan Klus. During his stay as Einstein Visiting Fellow Prof. Kevrekidis was a special guest lecturer in the CRC’s 2016 PhD Workshop.
For more Information see: Webpage of Einstein Foundation


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