Reviewed articles

Dirk Lebiedz and J. S. “An optimization approach to kinetic model reduction for combustion chemistry.” Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, vol. 92(4), pp. 885–902, 2014. (doi)

Dirk Lebiedz and J. S. “A continuation method for the efficient solution of parametric optimization problems in kinetic model reduction.” SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 35(3), pp. A1584–A1603, 2013. (doi)

Dirk Lebiedz and J. S. “Simplified reaction models for combustion in gas turbine combustion chambers”. In Amsini Sadiki, Johannes Janicka, Michael Schäfer, and Christof Heeger, eds. “Flow and Combustion in Advanced Gas Turbine Combustors”, Fluid Mechanics and its Applications, vol. 105, Chap. 5, Springer, Dortrecht, 2013. (doi)

Dirk Lebiedz, J. S., and Jonas Unger. “A variational principle for computing slow invariant manifolds in dissipative dynamical systems.” SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 33(2), pp. 307–320, 2011. (doi)

Dirk Lebiedz, Volkmar Reinhardt, J. S., and Jonas Unger. “Geometric criteria for model reduction in chemical kinetics via optimization of trajectories.” In Alexander N. Gorban and Dirk Roose, eds. “Coping with complexity: model reduction and data analysis,” Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, vol. 75, pp. 241–252, Springer, Heidelberg, 2011. (doi)

Dirk Lebiedz, Volkmar Reinhardt, and J. S. “Minimal curvature trajectories: Riemannian geometry concepts for slow manifold computation in chemical kinetics.” Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 229(18), pp. 6512–6533, 2010. (doi)

J. S., Mario S. Mommer, Oliver Slaby, and Dirk Lebiedz. “Targeting characteristic wave properties in reaction-diffusion systems by optimization of external forcing.” Physical Review E, vol. 76(5), p. 056211, 2007. (doi)


J. S. „Numerical optimization methods within a continuation strategy for the reduction of chemical combustion models“. Ph.D. thesis, Heidelberg University, 2013. (url)

J. S. “Targeting specific properties of reaction diffusion waves by numerical optimization of external forcing parameters.” Diploma thesis, Heidelberg University, 2007. (pdf)