Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Bungartz’s (b. 1963) Chair researches the informatics of scientific computing. This covers the entire range of simulation pipeline topics – from modeling through numerical algorithms and their efficient implementation on parallel systems to HPC software and data analysis. On the applications side, his focus lies on computational fluid dynamics.
After studying mathematics, computer science and economics at TUM, he went on to complete his doctorate (1992) and lecturer qualification (1998). After that he took up the position of associate professor of mathematics in Augsburg and Chair of Computer Science in Stuttgart. He returned to TUM in 2004. Prof. Bungartz is a member of the board of the Leibniz Data Center and is an advisory board member of several HPC centers. He is spokesman of the elite Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering and the Munich Center of Advanced Computing. He is the director of the Ferienakademie, a joint program between TUM and the Universities of Erlangen and Stuttgart and is involved in the German National Academic Foundation.
- Adjunct Professor, Fakultät für Maschinenwesen, Universität Belgrad (2008)
- Bayerischer Habilitations-Förderpreis (1994)
- Siemens-Promotionsstipendium (1989–1991)
- Stipendiat der Studienstiftung (1984–1988)
Bungartz HJ, Mehl M, Neckel T, Weinzierl T: „The PDE framework Peano applied to fluid dynamics: An efficient implementation of a parallel multiscale fluid dynamics solver on octree-like adaptive Cartesian grids“. Computat. Mech. 2010; 46(1): 103-114.
Bungartz HJ, Zimmer S, Buchholz M, Pflüger D: Modellbildung und Simulation: Eine andwendungsorientierte Einführung. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 2009.
Brenk M, Bungartz HJ, Mehl M, Muntean IL, Neckel T, Weinzierl T: „Numerical simulation of particle transport in a drift ratchet“. SIAM SISC, 2008; 30(6): 2777-2798.Abstract
Bungartz HJ, Griebel M: „Sparse grids“. Acta Numerica. 2004; 13: 147-269.
Bungartz HJ, Griebel M: „A note on the complexity of solving Poisson’s equation for spaces of bounded mixed derivatives“. J. Complexity. 1999; 15(2): 167-199.Abstract