The DAAD Program “Mathematics in Industry and Science” in Kaiserslautern

I am Chathuri Samanmali Fernando from Sri Lanka and completed my master degree at Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland. My sole ambition was to acquire a doctoral position which can lead to pursue research oriented profession to my academic career. To fulfil my wish, I have discovered that, TU […]

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Optimizing Production Processes of Nonwovens with FIDYST

Spunbond, meltblown, and airlay processes can be optimized by using FIDYST, the Fiber Dynamics Simulation Tool developed by the Department Transport Processes (TV) of the Fraunhofer ITWM in Kaiserslautern – a software that simulates fibers driven by air and their contacts with machinery parts of the plant. By evaluating the CV […]

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FiltEST – Filter Element Simulation Toolbox

Today’s filter elements have to meet increasing requirements concerning their operating time, filtration efficiency and dirt hold capacity. Additional aspects such as an efficient production of the devices and ecological sustainability are of growing importance when deciding about the product design and the materials involved. At the same time filter […]

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The Mathematical Universe of Kaiserslautern

The Department of Mathematics is one of the original departments of the University of Kaiserslautern established in 1970. The teaching and research focusses are ▪ Algebra, Geometry & Computer Algebra ▪ Analysis & Stochastics ▪ Industrial Mathematics (Technomathematics) ▪ Economathematics (Financial Mathematics, Optimization, Statistics) By its close cooperation with the Fraunhofer ITWM in the framework of […]

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