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Dr Andreas Dedner


Andreas Dedner

Associate Professor

 Office: C2.07
Phone: +44 (0)24 7652 3567
Email: A dot S dot Dedner at warwick dot ac dot uk


(director of studies)


DUNE Project

(core developer)


Teaching Responsibilities 2017/18:
Term 2: MA915 Advanced Topics in Numerical Analysis and PDEs

Terms 1 and 2: MA936 C++ for Quantitative Finance

Research interests

  • Numerical analysis and scientific computing (I am part of CSC)
  • Higher order methods for solving non-linear evolution equations
  • Generic software design for grid based numerical schemes
  • Geophysical flows
  • Radiation magnetohydrodynamics

A gallery showing some results of my research

Google Scholar profile.

Selected Publications:

S. Brdar, M. Baldauf, A. Dedner, and R. Klöfkorn, Comparison of dynamical cores for NWP models: comparison of COSMO and Dune. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics 27 (3-4), (2013), 453-472.

A. Dedner, P. Madhavan, and B. Stinner, Analysis of the discontinuous Galerkin method for elliptic problems on surfaces. IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis, 33 (3), (2013), 952-973.

S. Brdar, A. Dedner, and R. Klöfkorn Compact and Stable Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Convection-Diffusion Problems. SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 34(1), (2012), A263–A282.

A. Dedner and R. Klöfkorn, Generic Stabilization Approach for Higher Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Convection Dominated Problems. Journal of Scientific Computing 47 (3), (2011), 365-388A.


List of Publications

Organisation of Workshops/conferences/schools/seminars:

Recent research grants:

  • Coupling of finite and boundary element methods,
    funded by EPSRC
  • Next Generation Weather and Climate Programme: Gungho,
    funded by NERC.
  • Simulation of the scavenging process in a two stroke engine include detailed chemical reactions.
    funded by the Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg
  • Adaptive Numerics for Multiscale Phenomena in Meteorological Flows,
    funded by the German research foundation
  • Dynamics on and of surfaces,
    funded by the German research foundation