Nicole Beisiegel
Nicole Beisiegel

Research scientist (PhD student)
Numerical Methods in Geosciences
KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg

 

Research Focus

As a junior researcher in a group specialized on adaptive numerical methods for simulation of natural phenomena like cloud formation or propagation of tsunami waves my research focuses on an adaptive storm surge model based on state-of-the-art numerical methods (e.g. discontinuous Galerkin methods) on triangular meshes. I am particularly concerned with the development of new efficient refinement strategies for these meshes to be capable of simulating inundation

 

Project

Adaptive DG methods for simulating inundation

 

Publications

  • with Jörn Behrens and Cristóbal E. Castro: Development of an Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Inundation Model; submitted

 

Given Presentations (selected)

  • Nicole Beisiegel, Jörn Behrens and Cristóbal E. Castro: Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Simulations of Shallow Water Flow (2013), The 2013 SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, Padova, Italy
  • Nicole Beisiegel und Jörn Behrens: Development of an Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Inundation Model (2012), Program on Multiscale Numerics for the Atmosphere and Ocean, Cambridge, UK
  • Nicole Beisiegel and Jörn Behrens: On the Development of an Adaptive Triangular Discontinuous Galerkin Shallow Water Model (2011), The 2011 SIAM Conference on Mathematical & Computational Issues in the Geosciences, Long Beach, California (Poster)
  • Nicole Beisiegel and Jörn Behrens: DG Methods for Shallow Water Equation (2010), The 2010 Workshop on the Solution of Partial Differential Equations on the Sphere, Potsdam (Poster)

 

Contact

KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg
Grindelberg 5
20144 Hamburg, Germany

Room 410

Phone: +49-40-42838-7751
Fax : +49-40-42838-7712
Email: nicole.beisiegel@we dont want spamzmaw.de

 

Short Vita

  • September - November 2012 Visiting Fellowship for Program on "Multiscale Numerics for the Atmosphere and Ocean" at Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK
  • March 2011 - May 2013 Student speaker of graduate school SICSS
  • Since May 2010 PhD student at the KlimaCampus, University of Hamburg and Member of SICSS
  • April 2010 Diploma Degree in Mathematics with focus on Approximation Theory (Titel of thesis: About structural differences and similarities between Radial Basis Functions and Wavelets) , University of Hamburg
  • 2005-2010 Studies in Mathematics, University of Hamburg