a.Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Andreas Neubauer

E-Mail: neubauer@indmath.uni-linz.ac.at
Telephone: +43-(0)732-2468-4103
Fax: +43-(0)732-2468-4102
Room: S2 522

Short Curriculum Vitae:

Born January 22, 1961, in Linz, Austria; married since 1985, 6 children

Studied Technische Mathematik at the University of Linz
Diploma: 16.11.1984, PhD: 3.2.1986,
Habilitation for Mathematics: 12.3.1989

Former and Current Positions:

Nov. 1984 - Aug. 1986:  Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Linz
Sep. 1986 - July 1987: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Aug. 1987 - May 1993: Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Linz
Since June 1993: Associate Professor at the Industrial Mathematics Institute, Linz

Jan. 1997 - Sep. 2000: Head of the Industrial Mathematics Institute
Oct. 2000 - Sep. 2007: Vice Head of the Industrial Mathematics Institute
Oct. 2007 - Sep. 2013: Head of the Industrial Mathematics Institute
since Sept. 2013: Vice Head of the Industrial Mathematics Institute

Oct. 2001 - Dez. 2009: Secretary Treasurer of the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI)

Summer 1989: Lecturer at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria
June 1993: Lecturer at the Universite Joseph Fourier (LMC-IMAG) in Grenoble, France
September 1996:  Lecturer at the Technical University in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
October 1997: Lecturer at the University of Milano, Italy
October 1998: Lecturer at the University of Bologna, Italy
March 2008: Lecturer at the Stefan Banach International Mathematical Center, Warsaw, Poland
February 2015: Lecturer at the University of Izmir, Turkey

Research Interests:

Inverse Problems, Regularization Techniques, Parameter Identification Problems

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Inverse and III-posed Problems

Scientific Publications

Private Interests:

Lectures together with my wife for families concerning partnership and raising children

Member of the Federation of Families of the Austrian Schoenstatt Movement

Non-scientific books (in German and English)