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Prof. Dr. Stefan Weltge
Assistant Professor (Professor for Discrete Mathematics)

office Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching bei München
room 02.04.040
phone +49 89 289-16861
fax +49 89 289-16859
email weltgetum.de
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Research Interests

  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Mathematical Optimization
  • Operations Research
  • Combinatorial Optimization
  • Convex Geometry (Polyhedral Combinatorics, Geometry of Numbers)

Projects

I am very happy to be a principal investigator of the Research Training Group AdONE funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG).

Publications

See Google Scholar  for a list of my publications.

CV

Education

Teaching @ TUM

  • Summer term 2019: Polyhedral combinatorics (Master course)
  • Summer term 2019: Mathematische Software (Bachelor workshop)
  • Winter term 2018/19: Extended Formulations in Discrete Optimization (Bachelor/Master seminar)
  • Winter term 2018/19: Lineare Algebra für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik (Bachelor course)
  • Summer term 2018: Combinatorial Optimization (Master course)

Supervised Theses

Ongoing Theses and Projects

Type Authors Working Title
Master's Thesis L. R. Optimizing the distribution of batteries in energy networks
Bachelor's Thesis F. G. Über die Beziehung von Diskrepanzen und maximalen Subdeterminanten von ganzzahligen Matrizen
Master's Thesis H. W. Integer Programs with Bounded Determinants and Varying Right-Hand Sides
Bachelor's Thesis F. G. Über die Beziehung von Diskrepanzen und maximalen Subdeterminanten von ganzzahligen Matrizen
Master's Thesis H. W. Integer Programs with Bounded Determinants and Varying Right-Hand Sides

Completed Theses and Projects

Completed Master's Theses / Diploma Theses

Authors Title Year
S. K. The Stable Set Problem and Graph Decompositions 2019
I. S. The stable set problem for graphs with no two vertex-disjoint odd cycles 2019
S. K. On Hierarchies for Set Covering Problems 2019
S. K. The Stable Set Problem and Graph Decompositions 2019
I. S. The stable set problem for graphs with no two vertex-disjoint odd cycles 2019

Completed Bachelor's Theses

Authors Title YearSorted descending
S. E. An Integer Programming Approach for the Minimal Superpermutations Problem 2019
S. W. Visualization of Yamnitsky and Levin´s Algorithm 2019
S. E. An Integer Programming Approach for the Minimal Superpermutations Problem 2019
S. W. Visualization of Yamnitsky and Levin´s Algorithm 2019
B. L. Jüngste Entwicklungen zum Hadwiger-Nelson-Problem 2018

Completed Projects / Interdisciplinary Projects

Authors Title Year

Contact

Feel free to contact my via email and phone, or pass by at my office. I don't have official office hours.

Research Unit M9


Department of Mathematics
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching b. München
Germany
phone:+49 89 289-16858
fax:+49 089 289-16859
sekretariat-m9ma.tum.de

Professors

Prof. Dr. Peter Gritzmann
Applied Geometry and Discrete Mathematics

Prof. Dr. Andreas S. Schulz
Mathematics of Operations Research
(affiliated member of M9)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Weltge
Discrete Mathematics

News

Jan 25th, 2019
Case Studies 2019: Preliminary Meeting on Wed, Feb 6th, at 16:00 in room MI 03.06.011.