Jochen Siehr

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We consider the targeted manipulation of reaction-diffusion waves by optimization of an external forcing parameter. As an example, we present numerical results for the FitzHugh-Nagumo system exploiting model-based optimization capable of targeting characteristic wave properties such as wavelength, shape, and propagation speed by spatiotemporally controlling(More)
In previous work we proposed an approach for the approximation of slow invariant manifolds by computing trajectories as solutions of an optimization problem with respect to their initial values. The objective functional of the optimization problem is supposed to represent the extent of relaxation of chemical forces. Following these ideas we discuss this(More)
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