Technical University of Munich
Department of Informatics
Office: MI 02.05.059
Mail: benjamin.rodenberg (at) in.tum.de
Tel: +49-89-289-18629 (usually easier to reach me via email)
CSE Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 09:30 - 11:30, fixed office hours only during lecture period, by arrangement otherwise
I'm also known as Benjamin Rüth
- Doctoral candidate, TUM Graduate School - CeDoSIA
- Research Associate (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at TUM SCCS since Juli 2017
- M.Sc. (hons) in Computational Science and Engineering and member of Bavarian Graduate School of Computational Engineering, Technical University of Munich, 2017
- B.Sc. in Engineering Science, Technical University of Munich, 2014
- Fluid-structure interaction (FSI)
- Multiphysics, blackbox coupling
- Multiscale simulation
- Time integration schemes (multirate, parallel, coupled)
- Research software engineering, software sustainability
Topics change with my ongoing work and depend mostly on the interests and experience of the student. It is best to contact me directly if you are interested in a thesis or student project. Here is a list of topics I am interested in:
- (More or less) everything connected to preCICE, especially development of fenics-precice adapter and fluent-precice adapter code
- Multiphysics (e.g. fluid-structure interaction, conjugate heat transport)
- Multiscale in time
- Time integration methods
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Finite element method with FEniCS
- Using FEniCS for FSI (see this paper)
- Other coupled phenomena besides the usual suspects FSI and CHT
- Coupled thermal simulation for space missions (in cooperation with LRT @ TUM Mechanical Engineering)
- Moritz Gnisia was a student assistant. He modernized the code framework of the course "CFD Lab" and developed a CI infrastructure and auxiliary tools for the course.
- Richard Hertrich developed a tutorial for the "replay mode" of preCICE as a student assistant.
- Richard Hertrich developed FSI tutorials for preCICE that use FEniCS and OpenFOAM and extended the FEniCS adapter for preCICE during his bachelor thesis.
- Richard Hertrich also worked on the Fluent adapter for preCICE during his research internship.
- Dominik Volland developed the MATLAB bindings for preCICE during his master thesis.
- Gilberto Lem Carrillo helped with the integration of the MATLAB bindings as a student assistant.
- Lecture: Turbulent Flow Simulation on HPC-Systems (IN2311, MW2048)
- Master Lab Course: Scientific Computing Lab (CSE) (IN2182)
- Quasi‐Newton waveform iteration for partitioned surface‐coupled multiphysics applications. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2020 more…
- Time stepping algorithms for partitioned multi-scale multi-physics in preCICE. ECCM 6 / ECFD 7, 2018 more…
- Computer-Aided Design in Virtual Reality. Master's thesis, 2017 more…
- CAD-integrated Topology Optimization (BGCE Honours Project). Studien thesis/SEP/IDP, 2016 more…
- Implementation of test scenarios for incompressible flow using a divergence-free finite-element approach. Bachelor's thesis, 2014 more…
- High-order and multi-rate time stepping with preCICE. preCICE Workshop 2020, 2020 more…
- A Quasi-Newton Accelerated Multirate Coupling Scheme for Partitioned Simulation. VIII International Conference on Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering, 2019 more…
- Using FEniCS and OpenFOAM for the simulation of conjugate heat transfer in a partitioned fashion. 90th GAMM Annual Meeting, 2019 more…
- High-Order Time Stepping in Partitioned FSI with Black-Box Solvers. WCCM XIII / PAMACM II, 2018 more…
- Time stepping algorithms for partitioned multi-scale multi-physics in preCICE. ECCM 6 / ECFD 7 , 2018 more…
- Improving Time Stepping in Partitioned Multi-Physics. 89th GAMM Annual Meeting, 2018 more…
- Solving the Partitioned Heat Equation Using FEniCS and preCICE. GAMM CSE Workshop 2018, 2018 more…
- Time Stepping for Partitioned Multi-Physics. GAMM CSE Workshop 2017, 2017 more…