Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Buttinger-Kreuzhuber (extern)
Andreas Buttinger-Kreuzhuber is a researcher in the research group Integrated Simulations at the VRVis Research Center for Virtual Reality and Visualization and a PhD student at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) in the research group Research Center of Hydrology and Water Resources Management. In May 2016 he joined the Vienna Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems, his supervisor is G. Blöschl.
He studied Technical Mathematics at the TU Wien with a focus on modelling and simulation of partial differential equations. In his diploma thesis he analyzed the flow through nanopores using a coupled system of equations for electrostatics, ion transport and fluid flow. He contributed to the START project 'PDE Models for Nanotechnology' for which he co-authored publications on the modelling and simulation of flow through nanopores.
• numerical methods for solving partial differential equations
• modelling and simulation of fluid flow
• initial boundary value problem for hyperbolic systems
• the shallow water equations
Andreas Buttinger-Kreuzhuber, Zsolt Horváth, Jürgen Waser, Günter Blöschl. A New Second-Order Shallow-Water Scheme on Two-Dimensional Structured Grids based on Hydrostatic Reconstruction. Poster, 8th Annual Symposium of the Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems, November 27th, 2017
A.Buttinger-Kreuzhuber, J.Waser, Z.Horváth, D.Cornel, A.Konev, G.Blöschl ()
9th Annual Symposium of the Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems (poster)