Awards & Honors

Awards & Honors FDY:

  • 2000
    • Martin Oberlack: Friedrich-Wilhelm Award of the Aachen University of Technology (RWTH Aachen) for the Habilitation thesis
    • Martin Oberlack: Hermann-Reissner-Award of the Dept. of Aero- and Astronautics of the University of Stuttgart for the Contributions in Turbulence Research
    • Martin Oberlack: Academy Award 2000 of the North Rhine-Westphalia Academy of Sciences for the Habilitation thesis (Karl-Arnold-Award)
  • 2010
    • Andreas Nold: DGLR Award for the Bachelor thesis “Symmetry Analysis in Hydrodynamic Stability Theory”
    • Andreas Nold: ZARM Award for the Bachelor thesis “Symmetry Analysis in Hydrodynamic Stability Theory”
  • 2012
    • Benedikt Klein: ZARM Award for the Master thesis „Implementation of the SIMPLE algorithm for solving the steady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations discretized by the discontinuous Galerkin method“
  • 2013
    • Dominik Griesel: ZARM Award for the Bachelor thesis „Viskose Operatoren für Discontinuous Galerkin Methoden im Kontext kompressibler Strömungen“
    • Florian Kummer: PhD Award of the Graduate School of Computational Engineering at TU Darmstadt for the PhD thesis „The BoSSS Discontinuous Galerkin solver for incompressible fluid dynamics and an extension to singular equations“
    • Florian Kummer: Elected member of the GAMM-Juniors
    • Martin Oberlack: e-teaching Award of the TU Darmstadt for the innovative development of electronic media in teaching
    • Andreas Zieleniewicz/Martin Oberlack: Athene-Best-Teaching Award of the Carlo and Karin Giersch-Foundation in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, TU Darmstadt
  • 2014
    • Thomas Utz: ZARM Award for the Master thesis „Validation of curved elements for incompressible, viscous flow problems“
  • 2015
    • Andreas Zieleniewicz: Elected member of the GAMM-Juniors
  • 2016
    • Benedikt Klein: ZARM Award for the PhD thesis „A high-order Discontinuous Galerkin solver for incompressible and low-Mach number flows“
    • Martin Oberlack: Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society „For pioneering the application of symmetry methods to study turbulence, combustion, stability theory, aerodynamic noise and turbulence modeling, and for deriving new conservation laws in fluid mechanics.“
    • Laura Lukassen: PhD Award of the Graduate School of Computational Engineering at TU Darmstadt for the PhD thesis „A colored-noise Fokker-Planck equation for non-Brownian particles in shear-induced diffusion“
  • 2017
    • Laura Lukassen: Elected member of the GAMM-Juniors
    • Jan-Niklas Hau: Claudius Dornier Jr. Award for the PhD thesis “On the basic phenomena of acoustic wave generation and dynamics in compressible shear flows”