Numerical analysis of stochastic partial differential equations is a quite young and very active area of research. Since analytical solutions of these equations are only rarely available, approximation of sample paths, moments, or probabilities is necessary. The quantity of interest depends on the type of application, e.g., finance, engineering, or filtering. The goal of the project is to answer some current open questions in the research area with methods from stochastic analysis, numerical analysis, and mathematical statistics. The research questions are related to different definitions of consistency of approximation schemes, the Lax equivalence theorem, weak convergence results using Malliavin calculus, construction of efficient algorithms for random fields, statistical properties of multilevel Monte Carlo algorithms, and mean-square stability regions.

Docent vid Chalmers University of Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Forskare vid Chalmers University of Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Universitetslektor vid Chalmers University of Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Professor vid Chalmers University of Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Doktorand vid Chalmers University of Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Linz, Austria

Berlin, Germany

Funding Chalmers participation during 2015–2018 with 3,200,000.00 SEK