Dr.-Ing. Thomas Flisgen


Fakultät für Informatik und Elektrotechnik
Albert-Einstein-Straße 2 
18059 Rostock
Haus 5, Ex 136
Tel.: 0381-498-7044
Fax: 0381-498-7081
Email: thomas.flisgen(at)uni-rostock.de
R E S E A R C H    I N T E R E S T S
  • Numerical simulation of electromagnetic phenomena
  • Fast space-charge calculations for bunches of charged particles by means of nonequispaced fast fourier transform (NFFT)
  • Measurement and simulation of scattering parameters of superconducting accelerator structures
  • Measurement and simulation of beam-excited fields in superconducting accelerator structures
  • Large-scale simulations of radio frequency components for particle accelerators

R E S E A R C H    P R O J E C T S
  • EU-Project FP7: EuCard WP 10.5 Higher Order Mode Distributions
  • EU-Project FP7: EuCard-2 WP 12.4 SRF HOM Beam Diagnostics

T E A C H I N G    A C T I V I T I E S
  • Seminar Hands-on Introduction to Computational Electromagnetism
  • Exercise Computational Electromagnetism
  • Exercise Numerical Linear Algebra

C O L O R F U L    P I C T U R E

Figure: Magnitude of the electric field of a TM monopole multi-cavity mode in a chain of eight third-harmonic cavities. The depicted eigenmode has a resonant frequency of 7.1905 GHz and is computed in an efficient way on a standard workstation computer by means of the state-space concatenation approach.

  • T. Flisgen and U. van Rienen. A Modal Absorbing Boundary Condition based on Time-Invariant State Space Models. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Advances in Electromagnetic Research, page 25, Riezlern (Kleinwalsertal), Austria, 2013.