Insa Neuweiler is the second female speaker of the SFB 1313 Anneliese Niethammer Lecture Series, which aims to give women in the science a platform to present their scientific work and intends especially to encourage women to pursue a career in the natural sciences. On 5th February 2019, she will talk about: Data assimilation with soils and the question of the length scales.
Insa Neuweiler studied Physics at the University of Tübingen, University of Hamburg and Heidelberg University and received her doctor’s degree in 2000 in Environmental Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. In 2003 she received her post-doctoral degree at the Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London. From 2003 to 2008 she was part of the Emmy Noether group at the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering, University of Stuttgart. Since then she has been professor of Fluid Mechanics and Environmental Physics in Civil Engineering at the Leibniz University of Hannover and since 2018 she is a member of SFB 1313, where she is part of the advisory board.
Fields of Research
Insa Neuweilers research interests are Modelling of transport and flow processes, Development and application of scaling methods, Prediction of material properties from structural information and Stochastic Modelling.
Speaker: Insa Neuweiler, Leibniz University Hannover
Title: Data assimilation with soils and the question of the length scales
Date: 5th February 2019
Time: 4 pm
Location: MML, Pfaffenwaldring 61, Campus Vaihingen