Numerical Analysis Group

Our research is mainly focused on numerical mathematics. We are interested in the numerical solution of time dependent ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical linear algebra, and numerical methods for image processing.


College Building Mathematics (20.30)
Room 3.002 (3rd floor)

Opening hours

MO - FR 9am to 12pm
MO - TH 1pm to   4pm


Telephone +49 721 608-42061
Fax +49 721 608-43767
E-Mail na-sek∂
Leave-taking of one member

Dr. Jonas Köhler left the KIT and we wish him all the best for his future.

15.12.2021 Graduation

We congratulate Constantin Carle who successfully defended his dissertation.

Welcome our new member

We welcome Selina Burkhard in our group and wish her all the best for her dissertation project.

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Leave-taking of one member

Dr. Bernhard Maier left the KIT and we wish him all the best for his future.

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Lernbrücken in BadenTV

On Monday September 6th Marlis and Wolfgang represented our support of the Lernbrücken during the broadcast of Baden TV Aktuell - Monday a local TV station. Shortly after minute 6 their part begins and lasts for almost 5 minutes.

BadenTV Aktuell
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Interview on Lernbrücken

SWR Aktuell BW conducted an interview with Stefan Schrammer; he is one of our doctoral researchers. He supports the Lernbrücken with his commitment as a substitute teacher.

Interview über Lernbrücken auf SWR
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Social project Lernbrücken

For the next two weeks our CRC goes to school. In five secondary schools in Karlsruhe we help children understanding math and solving math problems. We aim to close the learning gaps which appeared due to interrupted teaching during the Corona lockdown. 40 CRC members, including five members of our group, volunteer as substitute teachers in this project.

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Term of office has ended

Since 2014 Marlis Hochbruck was Vice President of the DFG. Her term of office in the Executive Committee ended this July. There will be more time for Mathematics now.

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