Florin A. Radu: List of courses and seminars


  • WS 19: MAT360: Finite element methods. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English). Schedule: Mondays , 10:15-12:00 (Pi i fjerde) and Wednesdays, 14:15-16:00 (Pi i fjerde); First time: Wednesday, 19.08.2018.

  • WS 19: Solvers for nonlinear and/or coupled problems in porous media. Course and Exercises, University of Stuttgart, Germany (English).

  • WS 18: MAT360: Finite element methods. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • WS 18: MAT330: Linear and non-linear parabolic equations: weak formulations, numerical approximations and analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 18: MAT260: Numerical Algorithms II. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • WS 17: MAT254: Flow and transport in porous media. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 17: MAT232: Functional Analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

    Lecture notes (functional analysis and parabolic equations).

  • WS 16: MAT330: Parabolic equations: weak formulations, numerical approximations and analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 16: MAT232: Functional Analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 15: MAT232: Functional Analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • WS 14: MAT254: Flow and transport in porous media. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 14: MAT232: Functional Analysis. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • WS 13: A Math Guide to Porous Media; NUPUS Course;26-28.11.2013, University of Stuttgart, Germany (English).

  • WS 13: MAT254: Flow and transport in porous media. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 13: MAT260: Numerical Algorithms II. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • WS 12: MAT254: Flow and transport in porous media. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 12: MAT260: Numerical Algorithms II. Course and Exercises, University of Bergen (English).

  • SS 11: Mathematics for Informaticians and Engineers. Course and Exercises, University Erlangen-Nuremberg (German).

  • SS 11: Transport and reactions in porous media, part 1: Modelling. Course and Exercises, University Erlangen-Nuremberg (German).

  • SS 10: Modeling of Solute Transport (together with Prof. S. Attinger). Course and Exercises, University Jena (German).

  • SS 10: Geostatistics (together with Prof. S. Attinger). Course and Exercises, University Jena (German).

  • WS 09/10: Applied Mathematics for Geoscientists. Course, University Jena (English).

  • WS 09/10: Mathematics for Geoscientists. Compact Course, October 2009, University Jena (German).

  • SS 09: Geostatistics (together with Prof. S. Attinger). Course and Exercises, University Jena (German).

  • SS 09: Modeling of Solute Transport (together with Prof. S. Attinger). Course and Exercises, University Jena (German).

  • WS 08/09: Applied Mathematics for Geoscientists. Course, University Jena (English).

  • WS 08/09: Mathematics for Geoscientists. Compact Course, October 2008, University Jena (German).

  • SS 08: Exercises Modeling of Solute Transport. Lecturer: Prof. S. Attinger, University Jena (German).

  • SS 08: Geostatistics (together with Prof. S. Attinger). Course and Exercises, University Jena (German).

  • WS 07/08: Exercises Modeling of Groundwater Flow. Lecturer: Prof. S. Attinger, University Jena (German).

  • WS 07/08: Mathematics for Geoscientists. Compact Course, October 2007, University Jena (German).

  • WS 06/07: Mixed and Mixed Hybrid Finite Element Methods: Theory, Implementation and Applications, IMPRS, Leipzig.

  • WS 05/06: An Introduction to MATLAB. Compact Course, October 2006, University Erlangen-Nuremberg (German).

  • WS 05/06: Exercises Numerics I, Lecturer: Prof. Dr. M. Bause, University Erlangen-Nuremberg (German).

  • WS 04/05: WS 04/05: Exercises Numerics I, Lecturer: Prof. Dr. E. Bänsch, University Erlangen-Nuremberg (German).

    SS=Sommer or spring semester, WS = winter semester.