Lukas Graf M.Sc.

Wiss. Mitarbeiter
Diskrete Mathematik, Optimierung und Operations Research
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Adresse: Universitätsstraße 14, 86159 Augsburg

Publications

Lukas Graf
2018

2018

Lukas Graf and Tobias Harks
Dynamic flows with adaptive route choice

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If you find any mistakes in one of the papers or have any remarks on them, please do let me know. I am always thankful for all suggestions that might improve my work.

Talks

2020:

  • Arbeitsseminar (Augsburg), June „Dynamic Flows with Adaptive Route Choice“ (Slides)

2019:

  • OR 2019 (Dresden), September: „Termination Time of IDE Flows in Single Sink Networks“ (Slides)
  • IPCO 2019 (Ann Arbor), May: „Dynamic Flows with Adaptive Route Choice“ (Slides)
  • DCGT 2019 (Potsdam), February: „Dynamic Flows with Adaptive Route Choice“ (Slides)

Curriculum Vitae

2017 - present: PhD Student

Since 2017 I am a PhD student of Tobias Harks at the University of Augsburg.

2014 - 2017: Mathematics M.Sc.

  • Master's Thesis: „Zusammenhänge von Auslastungs- und Potentialspielen“ (Connections between Congestion and Potential Games), supervisor: Tobias Harks (pdf | LaTeX-Files | Slides)
  • My personal notes for some of the lectures I attended during the course of my studies can be found here.
  • Teachings: Exercise classes to the lectures „Lineare Algebra I/II“, „Analysis I/II“, Informatik III (Computer Science III), „Kombinatorische Optimierung“ (Combinatorial Optimiziation), a lecture on differentiation and integration in a repetition course for Analysis I (Slides) and tutor at „Offener Matheraum“

2014: Internship at Munich Re

2011 - 2014: Mathematics B.Sc.

  • Bachelor's Thesis: „Der Satz von Gelfand-Neumark und eine Erweiterung für topologische Mannigfaltigkeiten“ (The Theorem of Gelfand-Neumark and an Extension for Topological Manifolds), supervisor: Kai Cieliebak (pdf | LaTeX-Files)
  • My personal lecture notes for some of the lectures I attended during the course of my studies can be found here.
  • Teachings: Exercise classes to the lectures „Logik für Informatiker“ (Logic for Computer Scientists) and „Einführung in die theoretische Informatik“ (Introduction to Theoretical Computer Sciences)

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