Why are you interested in differential equations

Are you interested in differential equations? - Then you are right here. On these pages you will find information about the courses offered by the Differential Equations Department. Here we explain which courses you should attend in order to be able to write a thesis (Bachelor, Master) in the field of differential equation, and how you can bring it into the areas provided for in the study regulations.

The following lectures we regularly offer:

4 hours of lectures
2 hours of practice
every winter semester
This lecture deals with initial value problems for ordinary differential equations in Banach space and the classical solution theory of boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations of the second order. Special attention is paid to the functional analytical treatment of differential equation problems and the application of fixed point principles.
2 hours of lectures
1 hour exercise
every summer semester
This lecture offers an introduction to the weak solution theory of boundary value problems for elliptic partial differential equations. The Sobolew spaces based on a generalization of the classical derivation concept, linear and first non-linear variation problems and the associated operator equations are dealt with.
2 hours of lectures
1 hour exercise
at least every second winter semester
Based on differential equations IIA, nonlinear stationary differential equation problems are treated with methods of the theory of monotonic operators.
4 hours of lectures
2 hours of practice
at least every second summer semester
Nonlinear evolution equations are considered. In addition, there are special aspects, for example from the theory of the associated discretization processes or from application areas (fluid mechanics, theory of elasticity).


We also offer the following Seminars at:

Block seminar
at the end of each summer semester
This seminar is aimed at students who want to write a bachelor thesis.
every semester
This seminar offers students who are writing a master's thesis and doctoral students the opportunity to report on their results. Occasionally guests are invited to give a lecture.