Dr Marcus Waurick

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Mathematics and Statistics

Personal statement

My areas of research touch but are not limited to evolution(ary) equations, partial differential equations of mathematical physics, qualitative and quantitative analysis of asymptotic behaviour in time or space (stability and homogenisation), non-autonomous equations, differential-algebraic equations, integro-differential equations, stochastic partial differential equations and index theory. If I was to assign a motto to my research it would be "to mathematically understand processes relevant in mathematical physics and continuum mechanics."

Additional webpages:

personal homepage:   http://personal.strath.ac.uk/marcus.waurick/

MathSciNet: http://ams.mathematik.uni-bielefeld.de/mathscinet/search/author.html?mrauthid=980524

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Qopsmp4AAAAJ&hl=de&oi=ao


Received Habilitation: 06/2016

Received PhD: 04/2011

Received Diplom: 09/2009


Homogenisation and the weak operator topology
Waurick Marcus
Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations, pp. 1-22 (2019)
Nonlocal H-convergence
Waurick Marcus
Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations Vol 57 (2018)
On the well-posedness of a class of non-autonomous SPDEs : an operator-theoretical perspective
Picard Rainer, Trostorff Sascha, Waurick Marcus
GAMM-Mitteilungen / GAMM-Reports (2018)
On differential–algebraic equations in infinite dimensions
Trostorff Sascha, Waurick Marcus
Journal of Differential Equations (2018)
Some remarks on the notions of boundary systems and boundary triple(t)s
Waurick Marcus, Wegner Sven-Ake
Mathematische Nachrichten (2018)
On higher index differential-algebraic equations in infinite dimensions
Trostorff Sascha, Waurick Marcus
The Diversity and Beauty of Applied Operator Theory International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications Operator Theory: Advances and Applications Vol 268, pp. 477-486 (2018)

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