Klas Modin

Assistant professor, Mathematical Sciences

Klas Modin is a researcher within geometric mechanics and geometric numerical integration. In these field, differential geometric methods are used to study continuous dynamical systems and to develop structure preserving numerical integration algorithms. Of particular interest are Euler-Arnold equations, describing geodesic motion on Lie groups. Many differential equations in physics fall into this category, for example Euler's fluid equations for the motion of an inviscid incompressible fluid. Klas is working with a novel application of Euler-Arnold equations to medical image registration, for which he recieved an "Ingvar Carlsson Award" from SSF in 2013 and a "Marie Sklodovska-Curie Individual Fellowship" from the European Commision (Horizon 2020) in 2015.
Graduate course: Geometric Mechanics and Geometric Integration
Basic course Autumn 2014: LMA033+LMA515
Basic course Spring 2015: MVE425, Part D
Martin Bauer, University of Vienna, Austria
Sarang Joshi, University of Utah, USA
Boris Khesin, University of Toronto, Canada
Robert McLachlan, Massey University, New Zealand
Stephen Marsland, Massey University, New Zealand
Gerard Misiolek, University of Notre Dame, USA
Hans Munthe-Kaas, University of Bergen, Norway
Adrian Nachman, University of Toronto, Canada
Matthew Perlmutter, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Olivier Verdier, University of Bergen, Norway

Chalmers Areas of Advance: Life Science and Information and Communication Technology
Link to Klas Modin's personal webpage: klasmodin.wordpress.com​​

Published: Tue 12 Mar 2013. Modified: Fri 03 Mar 2017