Volker Elling
I am an Associate Professor in the
Mathematics
Department
at University of
Michigan.
I work on hyperbolic systems
of conservation laws, with focus on selfsimilar solutions and mixedtype and degenerate problems.
My email: velling@umich.edu
Office: East Hall 2856
Grants
NSF CAREER grant (20112016)
Sloan Research Fellowship (20112015)
Rackham Spring/Summer Research Grant (summer 2010)
Rackham Faculty Research Grant (2010/11)
NSF DMS0904074 (20092012)
Publications
In scientific journals:
Other scientific publications:

A spectral method for mapping dataflow graphs
Volker Elling
Master's Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998

Mincut methods for mapping dataflow graphs
Volker Elling, Karsten Schwan
In: Proceedings of EuroPar '99, pages 203212, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1685, Springer 1999

Numerical simulation of gas flow in moving domains
Volker Elling
Diploma thesis, RWTH Aachen, Germany, 2000

A LaxWendroff type theorem for unstructured grids
Volker Elling
Ph.D. dissertation, SCCM Program, Stanford University, 2004

Carbuncles as similar entropy solutions
Volker Elling
Preprint Preprint: arXiv:math.AP/0609666

Nonuniqueness of entropy solutions and the carbuncle phenomenon
Volker Elling
Hyperbolic Problems. Theory, Numerics and Applications. (Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Hyperbolic Problems (HYP2004), Osaka, Japan, September 1317, 2004). Vol. I, p. 375382

Physicality of Weak PrandtlMeyer Reflection
Volker Elling, TaiPing Liu
Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics. (RIMS Kokyuroku no. 1495, May 2006, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University.) Pages 112117.

Exact solutions to supersonic flow onto a solid wedge
Volker Elling, TaiPing Liu
Hyperbolic Problems. Theory, Numerics, Applications. (Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Hyperbolic Problems (HYP2006), Lyon, France, July 1721, 2006), p. 101112

Counterexamples to the sonic and detachment criteria
Volker Elling
Hyperbolic Problems. Theory, Numerics, Applications. (Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Hyperbolic Problems (HYP2008), College Park, MD, USA, June 2008)