Muhammad Hassan

MATHCCES
Department of Mathematics
RWTH Aachen University
Schinkelstr. 2
D-52062 Aachen
Germany

Office: 216a (Rogowski building, 2nd floor)
Phone: +49 (0) 241 80 98 675
Email:Muhammad Hassan


Office Hours

I'm usually in my office after 10:30 am. Feel free to drop by if you have a question.


Education

  • 06/2016 - present: Ph.D. student at the MathCCES, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • 09/2013 - 04/2016: M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland


Teaching

Full-Time Teaching assistant for

  • Mathematische Grundlagen II (June-July 2016) RWTH Aachen
  • Mathematische Grundlagen I (WS 2016-2017) RWTH Aachen

Part-Time Teaching assistant for

  • Computational Methods for Engineering Applications II (WS 2015-16) ETH Zürich
  • Topics in Mathematical and Computational Fluid Dynamics (February-May 2016) ETH Zürich


Research interests

  • I am currently working on the numerical analysis of solvation models in theoretical chemistry. More concretely, this involves the analysis of domain decomposition methods for integral equations.
  • During my MS thesis, I studied shock instability and the so-called Carbuncle phenomenon in supersonic and hypersonic flows. My thesis presented the results of numerical simulations to explore the effectiveness of the entropy measure valued solution framework, which was developed by U. Fjordholm and S. Mishra, in resolving this instability phenomenon. This thesis was supervised by Prof. Dr. Siddhartha Mishra at the Seminar for Applied Mathematics at ETH.


Thesis

  • Exploring the Carbuncle Phenomenon in Hypersonic flows using the Framework of Entropy Measure Valued Solutions, Master thesis, M. Hassan, ETH Zürich, 2015


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