Doctor's Theses (authored and supervised):

M. Halla:
"Analysis of radial complex scaling methods for scalar resonance problems in open systems";
Supervisor, Reviewer: L. Nannen, A. Bonnet-BenDhia, T. Hohage; Institut für Analysis und Scientific Computing, 2019; oral examination: 2019-11-12.

English abstract:
We consider the approximation of scalar resonance problems by means of radial complex scaling methods. The methods are based on a complex scaling of the radial variable so that resonance functions become exponentially damped and the resonance problems transform to linear eigenvalue problems. As an approximation the unbounded domain is truncated to a finite domain and a homogeneous Dirichlet boundary condition is imposed on the artificial boundary.

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