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Julius Reiss (Prof. Dr. rer. nat.)


+49 (0)30 314 24733 (Tel)
+49 (0)30 314 22638 (Fax)

Office: VWS 121
Post: TU-Berlin, Sekr. MB1
Müller-Breslau-Straße 15
10623 Berlin


Research Interests:


  • Compressible flows
  • Ion laden flows especially for electrospray ion sources
  • Numerical scheme development
  • Method development (currently adjoints and model reduction)



  • DFG Re 3774-1/1  Analyse und Simulation von ionengeladenen
    Gasströmungen durch Kapillaren
  • SFB 1029 A04: Simulation der pulsierenden Verbrennung unter erhöhten Drücken
  • CO-PI in RTG 2433/0 Daedalus, P10: Detection and analysis of coherent structures in direct numerical simulations of complex flows
  • CO-PI in RTG 2433/0 Daedalus, P13: Reduced model based optimization for flows with shocks

Scientific Contributions

Bengoechea, S., Gray, J., Reiss, J., Moeck, J., Paschereit, O. and Sesterhenn, J. (2018). Detonation initiation in pipes with a single obstacle for mixtures of hydrogen and oxygen-enriched air. Combustion and Flame, 290 - 304.

Reiss, J., Schulze, P., Sesterhenn, J. and Mehrmann, V. (2018). The Shifted Proper Orthogonal Decomposition: A Mode Decomposition for Multiple Transport Phenomena. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, A1322-A1344.

Lemke, M., Cai, L., Reiss, J., Pitsch, H. and Sesterhenn, J. (2018). Adjoint-based sensitivity analysis of quantities of interest of complex combustion models. Combustion Theory and Modelling. Taylor & Francis, 1-17.

Reiss, J., Lemke, M. and Sesterhenn, J. (2018). Mode-based derivation of adjoint equations - a lazy man's approach.

Reiss, J. (2018). Model reduction for convective problems: formulation and application. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 186 - 189.


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