Advanced Finite Element Methods (Module: MA 4303)
Organisatorial
Lecture | Prof. Dr. B. Wohlmuth Tue. 16:00-17:30 in MI HS 3 |
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Office hours | Prof. Dr. Barbara Wohlmuth, Tuesday after the lecture Tutors, by arrangement (email) |
Exercises | Thomas Horger, Dr. Christian Waluga Friday, 12:15 - 13:45 in 02.08.011 every two weeks |
Tutorial "Implementation of PDEs" | For interested students, additional training for the implementation of the methods treated in the lecture can be offered. This possibility will be discussed in the first weeks of the semester. |
General information
- Apart from 4 pages (2 sheets) handwritten notes, no further auxiliary material for the exam is allowed.
- The exam will take place Monday, 5th August at 10:00 in room MI HS 2.
- Due to Pfingstdienstag, we shift our tutor group by one week. We have sent you an e-mail with the remaining dates.
- Prerequisite: The lecture "Numerics of Differential Equations" (Module: MA 3301).
- The first tutor groups is planned to be held on Friday, April 26.
- The current exercise sheets will be available every second week in the lecture as well as online.
- We distribute solutions to the homework when the next sheet is available. The in-class exercises will be solved during the exercise - the solution will not be available online.
- Please notice that dates and room numbers are subject to change.
- Please register for one of the exercise groups via TUM-Online.
Slides and Exercise sheets
- Exercise sheets
- Solutions
- Solution for sheet 1
- Solution for sheet 2
- Solution for sheet 3
- Solution for sheet 4
- Solution for sheet 5(updated)
- no solution is provided for sheet 6
- Further material
Content
- Module MA 4303
Exam
- Apart from 4 pages (2 sheets) handwritten notes, no further auxiliary material is allowed.
- The exam will take place Monday, 5th August at 10:00 in room MI HS 2.
- An exam will take place at the end of the term. The exam can be repeated before the next winter term.
- A mark of at least 4.0 is required to pass the exam.
- Dates and location of the exams will be communicated via TUM-Online and the web page.
- A bonus for the exam can be obtained from the exercises (see next section)
Bonus system
- 80% of homework credits is required to obtain an extra bonus for the final exam
- Homework credits are awarded if the tutors conclude that
- 1) the students put serious effort in the solution of the exercise
- 2) the solution catches the main mathematical ideas of the exercise
- The bonus improves the final mark by one step, f.e. from 2.3 to 2.0
- The mark 1.0 can not be further improved
- The bonus is only applied, if the exam is passed without! That is, it does not improve the marks 4.3, 4.7 or 5.0
- Students should keep their homeworks to prove their eligibility for the exam bonus
- One student can submit his or her homework together with up to two other students
Literature
Partial differential equations:- D. Braess: Finite Elemente. Theorie, schnelle Loeser und Anwendungen in der Elastizitaetstheorie., Springer-Lehrbuch, 2003.
- W. Hackbusch: Elliptic differential equations: theory and numerical treatment., Springer Series in Computational Mathematics 18, Springer-Verlag, 1992.
- A. Quarteroni, A. Valli: Numerical approximation of partial differential equations., Springer Series in Computational Mathematics 23, Springer-Verlag, 1994.
Ferienakademie
- Kann eingebracht werden als Seminar oder Überfachliche Grundlagen (4CP) Master oder Bachelor.
- Folien
- Ferienakademie ^{}
- From Models to Real-Time Simulation ^{}
- Deadline: May, 12th, 2013
Links
Fragen, Anregungen und Beschwerden bitte per Email an Thomas Horger.