Christoph Kirsch
Christoph Kirsch

senior lecturer
Contact information
Institute of Computational Physics
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Wildbachstrasse 21
8401 Winterthur
Switzerland
TK building, office E05
+41 (0)58 934 70 48
christoph.kirsch@zhaw.ch

ZHAW database entry
Short CV
2018–presentsenior lecturer at Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur, Switzerland
2012–2018research associate at Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur, Switzerland
2009–2012postdoc and lecturer at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
2007–2009postdoc at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
2006–2007postdoc at Institut Élie Cartan, Nancy, France
2005–2006postdoc at INRIA Rocquencourt, France
2001–2005graduate studies at University of Basel, Switzerland. PhD (applied mathematics)
1996–2001undergraduate and graduate studies at ETH Zürich, Switzerland. MSc in mathematics
1982–1996primary and secondary schools in Nänikon, Greifensee, and Zürich, Switzerland
1975born on December 20 in Uster (ZH), Switzerland
Research
  • my Google Scholar profile
  • publications and preprints
  • topics
    • mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of exciton dynamics in organic semiconductor materials
    • mathematical modeling and parameter estimation for heat and mass transfer in biological tissue
    • numerical simulation of heat transfer and charge transport in large-area optoelectronic semiconductor devices
    • mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of light outcoupling in organic light-emitting diodes
    • mathematical modeling, numerical simulation, and optimization of light absorption and charge carrier transport in organic solar cells
    • mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of gel drying (in German)
    • mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of electromagnetic wave propagation in a plasma
    • mathematical models for wave propagation in domains with thin slots
    • numerical methods for multiple scattering problems
    • non-reflecting boundary conditions for wave propagation in large/unbounded domains
Teaching
last change: July 22, 2019