# Michael Eden

postdoc in mathematics

## Research

My scientific work is usually problem-driven an can be caterogized as applied mathematics.

Two recent examples:

- We developed a model for the mechanical properties of so-called fibre-reinforced hydrogels which are used for in-vitro growth of cartilage.
- Together with engineers from the IFW (Hannover, Germany), we try to model and investigate the cooling effect of lubricants in grinding processes.

## Teaching

Some of the courses that I have taught:

- Mathematical Modeling (University Bremen (UB), Germany)
- Mathematics for Engineers 1+2 (UB)
- Introduction to Programming (UB)
- Multiscale Problems (IIT Kharagpur, India)

## Collaboration

My main colloborator during my PostDoc project is **Adrian Muntan**. Some other collaborators:

- Hari Shankar Mahato (IIT Kharagpur, India),
- Alfred Schmidt (UB)
- Christos Nikolopolous (University of the Aegean, Greece)
- Marcel Wichmann (IFW Hannover, Germany)

## Publications

- Frederik Wiesener, Benjamin Bergmann, Marcel Wichmann, Michael Eden, Tom Freudenberg, Alfred Schmidt, 2023
- Marcel Wichmann, Michael Eden, Dennis Zvegincev, Frederik Wiesener, Benjamin Bergmann, Alfred Schmidt, 2023
- Christos Nikolopoulos, Michael Eden, Adrian Muntean, 2023
- Michael Eden, Christos Nikolopoulos, Adrian Muntean, 2022
- Michael Eden, Hari Shankar Mahato, 2022
- Michael Eden, 2019
- Michael Eden, Adrian Muntean, 2017
- Michael Eden, Adrian Muntean, 2017
- Michael Eden, Michael Böhm, 2014