My interests lie in the understanding, translating and then exploring in mathematical terms the physical and social world around us. I am constantly looking for cross-disciplinary knowledge and connections to advance particularly Mathematical Sciences, and science in a broader context.
A 3 minutes presentation of one of my multiscale papers can be seen via https://vimeo.com/16937833 while a glimpse on my steadily increasing interest in the modeling of pedestrian flows can be taken from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Txrs4ssiAz0.
- Usually, I teach the courses "Fundamental Analysis," "Fourier Analysis" and "Introduction to Partial Differential Equations".
- Occasionally, I deliver crash-courses at MSc and PhD level in both "Advances in Continuum Modeling" and "Multiscale Analysis (Homogenization)".
- I supervise a number of BSc, MSc and PhD students. If you want to join my team, just contact me.
- Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI), L'Aquila, Italy and Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE), NL (doctoral students education)
- Dept. of Mathematics of University of L'Aquila, Italy and Kanazawa University Japan (MSc students education)
- Kanazawa University Japan (BSc students education)
Adrian Muntean obtained his MSc in mathematics from Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in 1999. He received his Dr. rer. nat. in 2006 at Bremen University, Germany, where he worked as Wissentschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (researcher) at the Zentrum fuer Technomathematik (Centre for Industrial Mathmeatics) during the period from 2001 to 2007. He continued to work as assitant professor in Applied Analysis with the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands (2007-2015). His main activities were connected to two institutes CASA (Center for Analysis, Scientific Computing and Applications) and ICMS (Institute for Complex Molecular Systems), before becoming a full professor in mathematics at the Karlstad University in 2015. His research interest focuses on mathematical modeling with differential equations and interacting-particle systems and their applications to the "real world". His work spans the spectrum from fundamental to applied, with mathematical contributions to civil engineering, logistics, combustion engineering, soft matter and complexity, and contributions to asymptotic methods for differential equations with a particular focus on the theory of homogenization. Muntean received his Venia legendi in mathematics with a Habilitationsschrift at the University of Bremen (2011). In 2014 he was visiting professor with the University of La Sapienza in Rome, Italy, while in 2018 he was visiting professor with the Gran Sasso Science Institute in L'Aquila, Italy. He serves on the editorial board of two international journals Advances in Mathematical Sciences and Applications and Applicable Analysis.