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Martin Groß
research assistant
Fakultät II - Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften
Institut für Mathematik, Sekr. MA 5-2
Technische Universität Berlin
Straße des 17. Juni 136
10623 Berlin
email: gross 'at' math.tu-berlin.de
phone: +49 (0)30 314-27448
fax: +49 (0)30 314-25191
office: MA 524
office hours: by appointment (just send me an email)

Research Interests

Approximation Algorithms, Combinatorial Optimization, Computational Complexity, Network Flows
Commodity-Dependent Transit Times
Earliest Arrival Flows and Transshipments
Generalized Flows over Time


DFG Research Center Matheon:
Modelling, Characterization, and Computation of User Equilibria for Network Flows Over Time

Evacuation Simulation and Optimization




Summer Term 2011
TU Berlin
Computer-Oriented Mathematics II (in German)
Winter Term 2010/11
TU Berlin
Computer-Oriented Mathematics I (in German)
Summer Term 2010
TU Berlin
Computer-Oriented Mathematics II (in German)
Winter Term 2009/10
TU Berlin
Computer-Oriented Mathematics I (in German)
Summer Term 2006
TU Dortmund
Data structures, Algorithms and Programming II (in German)


Refereed Conference Proceedings

Daniel Dressler, Martin Groß, Jan-Philipp Kappmeier, Timon Kelter, Joscha Kulbatzki, Daniel Plümpe, Gordon Schlechter, Melanie Schmidt, Martin Skutella, and Sylvie Temme:
Procedia Engineering, 3: 205-215, 2010.


Mitteilungen der DMV, 18(2): 118, 2010.
Informatik-Spektrum, 32(6): 538-545, 2009.
Mitteilungen der DMV, 17(2): 96, 2009.


Diploma Thesis
Technical University of Dortmund, August 2009.

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