Philipp Otte

(Old website of a former member, who has left MathCCES, see also list of former members)

MATHCCES
Department of Mathematics
RWTH Aachen University
Schinkelstr. 2
D-52062 Aachen
Germany Email: P. Otte

Now at:
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Institute for Advanced Simulation (IAS)
Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC)
Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
52425 Jülich
Germany
Email: P. Otte

Resume

  • Since 01/2018 PRACE High-Level Support Team at Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
  • 05/2017–08/2017 Computer Scientist at Aachen Institute for Nuclear Training, Stolberg
  • 01/2015–03/2017 Research Assistant at MATHCCES, RWTH Aachen University, Supervisors: Prof. Martin Frank and Prof. Sabine Roller
  • 10/2012–12/2014 Research Assistant at German Research School for Simulation Sciences and MATHCCES, RWTH Aachen University, Supervisors: Prof. Martin Frank and Prof. Sabine Roller
  • 11/2012 Received Master of Science in High-Performance Computing from the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh, UK
  • 9/2011 Received Diplom in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany


Research

In my research I work on coupling of a Lattice Boltzmann solver with a Finite Volume solver in order to simulate the acoustic far-field generated by a highly vortical flow through a porous medium. Here, the Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) is used to solve the incompressible Navier-Stokes Equation (NSE) while the Finite Volume Method (FVM) is used to solve the compressible Linearized Euler Equations (LEE). We introduce a buffer zone in which we solve the LEE using LBM. This way we can first couple the different models (NSE ↔ LEE) and then couple the different methods (LBM ↔ FVM). This approach allows us to use appropriate coupling strategies for each interface.

Research Interests

  • Analysis of the Lattice Boltzmann Method
  • Stability of the Lattice Boltzmann Method
  • Lattice Boltzmann Methods for Linearized Euler Equations
  • Coupling of mesoscopic Lattice Boltzmann and macroscopic Finite Volume PDE solvers
  • High Performance Computing


Publications

  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Derivation and Analysis of Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Vol. 72(2), pp. 311-327, 2016, 10.1016/j.camwa.2015.12.004, arXiv preprint.
  • T. Trimborn, P. Otte, S. Cramer, M. Beikirch, E. Pabich, M. Frank: SABCEMM – A Simulation Framework for Agent-Based Computational Economic Market Models, submitted, arXiv preprint.


Software

  • T. Trimborn, P. Otte, S. Cramer, M. Beikirch, E. Pabich, M. Frank: Simulator for Agent Based Computational Economic Market Models (SABCEMM), available at github.


Talks

  • P. Otte: On the Construction of Stable Linear Collision Operators, Talk, 13th International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science, ICMMES 2016, July 19–22, Hamburg, Germany.
  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Continuous Coupling of Lattice Boltzmann Schemes and Conditions on Admissible Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Talk, 3rd ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference, YIC 2015, July 20–23 2015, Aachen, Germany.
  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Continuous Coupling of Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for Different Models, Talk, 24th International Conference on Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics, DSFD 2015, July 13–17 2015, Edinburgh, UK.
  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Talk, 11th International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science, ICMMES 2014, July 14–18 2014, New York, NY, USA.


Posters

  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Poster, 11th International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science, ICMMES 2014, July 14–18 2014, New York, NY, USA.
  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Poster, Numerical approximations of hyperbolic systems with source terms and applications 2013, NumHyp 2013, September 23–27 2013, Aachen, Germany.
  • P. Otte, M. Frank: Lattice Boltzmann Schemes for the Linearized Euler Equations, Poster, Aachen Conference on Computational Engineering Science 2013, AC.CES 2013, September 9–11 2013, Aachen, Germany.


Workshops



Teaching


Exercise Sessions

  • Mathematische Grundlagen III (CES), WS 2016, RWTH Aachen
  • Mathematische Grundlagen IV (CES), SS 2016, RWTH Aachen
  • Mathematische Grundlagen IV (CES), SS 2015, RWTH Aachen
  • Mathematische Grundlagen V (CES), WS 2013/14, RWTH Aachen
  • Mathematische Grundlagen III (CES), WS 2012/13, RWTH Aachen



CAMMP

CAMMP -- Computational and Mathematical Modeling Program -- is an Education Lab of RWTH Aachen University. Within this project we test and use novel approaches in mathematical education. Foremost, our goal is to familiarize students and teachers with problem-solving using mathematical modeling and computers.

  • Responsible for the CAMMP Day module: Optimierung eines Solarkraftwerks
  • MINT-EC-Akademie CAMMP week 2016 – Simulation einer Fluoreszenz-Tomographie-Aufnahme ein Maus / Simulation of a Fluorescence Mediated Tomography (FMT) of a mouse, September 18–23 2016
  • CAMMP week 2014 – Gerechte Verteilung von Transportaufträgen / Fair distribution of car shipments, June 15–20 2014
  • CAMMP week 2013 – Akkurate Temperaturmessung innerhalb eines Handmessgerätes / Accurate temperature estimation within handhold devices, July 7–12 2013


Thesis

  • C. Hartmann: Beschleunigung von Lattice-Boltzmann Methoden auf Intel Xeon Phi Coprozessoren, SS 2016.


Student Projects

  • Emma Pabich, Till Beemelmanns, Simon Cramer: Sensitivity Analysis of an Econophysical Model using Stochastic Collocation, SS 2015.


Internships

  • B. Himafi: Porting and Performance Analysis of the Lattice Boltzmann Solver Musubi on the Intel Xeon Phi Card, SS 2014.


Open Thesis

Further Activities


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