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Lectures

Numerical methods for conservation laws / Ocean Modelling

(Physics Master, SS 2018, mondays 13:00 - 14:30h, HS-III):

 

Lecture notes (uploaded 25/04/18)

 

Exercises (mondays 14:45 - 15:30h, HS-III)

Dates: 30.04./14.05./04.06./18.06./02.07.

 

Teaching assistents: Knut Klingbeil, Evridiki Chrysagi (evrinulldiki.chrysagi@io-warnemuende.de)

Assignment 1 (due 23/04/18)

Assignment 2 (due 07/05/18)

 

 

 

Marine Turbulence

(Physics Master, SS 2018):

 

The lecture will be given as block course at IOW. Meeting dates will be announced here shortly.

 

Lecture notes (uploaded 25/04/18)

 

 

 

Ph.D. thesis supervision:

  1. Richard Hofmeister, Numerical and diagnostic techniques for modelling stratified coastal seas, University of Rostock, defended in February 2011. [pdf].
  2. Hannes Rennau, Natural, numerical and structure-induced mixing in dense gravity currents: idealised and realistic model studies, University of Rostock, defended in May 2011. [pdf].
  3. Knut Klingbeil, Approaches for the improvement of physical transport processes in numerical models of the coastal ocean, University of Rostock, defended in February 2014 [pdf]
  4. Johannes Becherer, Estuarine Circulation in well-mixed tidal inlets, University of Rostock, defended in July 2014 [pdf]
  5. Elisabeth Schulz, Residual circulation in tidally energetic estuaries: contributions and dependencies, University of Rostock, defended in December 2014 [pdf]
  6. Mahdi Mohammadi-Aragh, Impact of physically relevant and numerically induced diapycnal mixing and meso-scale dissipation on meridional mass and tracer transports in the Southern Ocean, University of Hamburg, defended in December 2014. [pdf]
  7. Kaveh Purkiani,Numerical analysis of stratification and destratificaion processes in tidally energetic inlets, University of Rostock, defended in April 2015. [pdf]
    Numerical analysis of stratification and destratification processes in tidally energetic inlets, PhD thesis, Universität Rostock, 2015.

 

Diploma / Master thesis supervision:

 

  1. Alger Werft, Surface wave modelling in the Wadden Sea, Carl von Ossietzki Universität Oldenburg, submitted in Feb. 2003. [pdf].
  2. Frank Wolk, Three-dimensional Lagrangian Tracer modelling in Wadden Sea areas, Carl von Ossietzki Universität Oldenburg, submitted in Feb. 2003. [pdf].
  3. Hannes Rennau, A two-layer model for simulating Baltic Sea inflows, University of Rostock, submitted in March 2006. [pdf].
  4. Richard Hofmeister, Model studies on stratification in the Limfjord, University of Rostock, submitted in June 2006. [pdf]
  5. Peter Holtermann, Reconstruction of the hydrodynamics in a tropical estuary, University of Rostock, submitted August 2007. [pdf]
  6. Mathias Ahrenberg, Skalenabschätzung von Transporten in der Westlichen Ostsee, University of Rostock, submitted November 2007. [pdf ]
  7. Bianca Schippmann, Comparison of Rosenbrock methods with Modified Patankar schemes used in biogeochemical modelling, University of Rostock, submitted December 2008. [pdf]
  8. Elisabeth Fischer, Turbulent kinetic energy dissipation rate in the Rhine Region of Freshwater Influence, University of Rostock, submitted December 2008. [pdf ]
  9. Knut Klingbeil, Testing the feasibility of an alternative approach for the inclusion of non-hydrostatic dynamics into the General Estuarine Transport Model, University of Rostock, submitted May 2009. [pdf]
  10. Artur Szewczyk, Observations of the medium-intensity inflow into the Baltic Proper in November 2005 and comparison with the model data, University of Rostock, submitted November 2009. [pdf]
  11. Anja Bachmann, Auswertungen von Feldmessungen und Computersimulationen zur Bestimmung des Strömungswiderstandes im Fehmarnbelt, University of Rostock, submitted August 2010. [pdf]
  12. Lennart Schüler, A one-dimensional model for deep-water dependencies in the Baltic Sea, University of Rostock, submitted June 2012. [pdf]
  13. Felix Buck, Modeling the Ice Pump under Antarctic ice shelves, University of Rostock, submitted June 2014. [pdf]
  14. Xaver Lange, Numerical simulations of estuarine circulation in a non-tidal estuary, University of Rostock, submitted October 2015. [pdf]
  15. Marvin Lorenz, Numerical study of the overturning circulation in the Persian Gulf, University of Rostock, submitted September 2017. [pdf]

The theses are given in the "Portable Document Format" (.pdf) which may be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.