Dr. Günter Auzinger

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Industrial Mathematics Institute
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Science Park (Building 2), 5th floor
Altenbergerstraße 69
4040 Linz


short CV
Born 10. July 1973 in Linz (Austria)
1983-1991: Bundesrealgymnasium (secondary comprehensive school) Linz Auhof
1991-2001: Studies in Technical Mathematics at Johannes Kepler University Linz, graduated as Dipl.-Ing. (with distinction)
2001-2009: Work in the field of computational fluid mechanics at the IMCC (Johannes Kepler University Linz) in cooperation with the company AVL (Graz, Austria)
2009: Joined the project 'Mathematical Algorithms and Software for ELT Adaptive Optics' with the European Southern Observatory (ESO)
2017: Dr. in technichal sciences (with distinction), Johannes Kepler University Linz, PhD Thesis: New Reconstruction Approaches in Adaptive Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes.

research interests
Inverse and ill-posed problems, adaptive optics in astronomical telescopes, mathematical modelling and simulation, fast solvers and parameter choice (turbulence layer compression) for wave-front sensing/reconstruction and atmospheric tomography.


selected publications

G. Auzinger. Model reduction in atmospheric tomography by optimal grouping of turbulent layers.
ETNA, 48:286-309, 2018.

D. Saxenhuber, G. Auzinger, M. Le Louarn, and T. Helin. Comparison of methods for the reduction
of reconstructed layers in atmospheric tomography. Appl. Opt., 56(10):2621-2629, April 2017.

G. Auzinger. On choosing layer profiles in atmospheric tomography. Journal of Physics: Conference
Series (JPCS), 595(012001), 2015. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/595/1/012001.

G. Auzinger, M. Le Louarn, A. Obereder, and D. Saxenhuber. Effects of reconstruction layer profiles on atmospheric tomography in E-ELT AO systems. In Adaptive Optics for Extremely Large
Telescopes 4-Conference Proceedings, volume 1, 2015.