
Appointments:  

10/2016  present  Professor (permanent position),
University of Rostock Institute of Mathematics 
9/2015  9/2016  Reader/Associate Professor (permanent position),
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) School of Mathematical Sciences 
4/2006  8/2016  Associate Professor (permanent position),
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Department of Mathematics & Computer Science (9/2015  8/2016 on leave) 
10/2002  3/2006  Assistant Professor (C1), University of Heidelberg, Germany Institute of Applied Mathematics 
5/2001  3/2006  Head of junior research group, University of Heidelberg Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) funded by TOYOTA CRDL and the Heidelberg Academy of Science 
4/1997  9/2002  Scientific assistant, University of Heidelberg, Germany 
6/1994  3/1997  Scientific assistant, University of Stuttgart, Germany 
Research Stays:  
among others:  University of Tokyo, Princeton, FritzHaberInstitute of the Max Planck Society, UC Berkeley, Nagoya University 
Education:  
1997  Ph.D. (Dr.rer.nat.), University of Stuttgart, Germany 
1997  Master (German Diploma) in Mathematics, University of Stuttgart, Germany 
1994  Master (German Diploma) in Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany 
1988  Highschool Diploma (Abitur) 
Awards & Honors:  
2018  2021  PI for mathematics (Teilprojekt A06 "Mathematische Analyse parameterabhängiger
MultiskalenModelle für elektrisch aktive Implantate"), (in total 18 PIs from Rostock, Erlangen, Greifswald, Leipzig) Collaborative Research Centre 1270 ELectrically Active ImplaNts (ELAINE), funded by the German Research Council DFG 
2012  2016  PI for mathematics (in total 10 PIs from
DTU Aqua, DTU Physics, Roskilde University and University of
Copenhagen), VKR Centre of Excellence Life in a Changing Ocean 
2002  2007  Junior research fellow of the Heidelberg Academy of Science 
2002  first rank in competition in the junior research program of the Heidelberg Academy of Science 
since 1986  several prizes and scholarships (e.g. German Mathematics Competition, DAAD, SICE, Erasmus) 
Service:  
2013  2016  Chair of Advisory Board of Dynamics Days Europe 
since 2002  Member of several committees and boards (e.g. Advisory Board of Dynamics Days Europe, Reviewer for NSF, ERC & EPSRC) 
since 2000  Organization of 9 international conferences, workshops and minisymposia (among others XXII. Dynamics Days Europe, XXXIX. Dynamics Days Europe, minisymposia at SIAM and IEEE, Toyota Workshops, European Study Group with Industry, Brainmodes) with total budget of 241.000 Euro 
Research Grants:  
obtained grants with total value of 3 Mio. Euro (e.g. from Toyota CRDL, Rockwell Collins Deutschland GmbH, Heidelberg Academy of Science, German Research Foundation DFG, Danish Center for Scientific Computing, Danish Research Council FTP, Villum Fonden) 

Invited Courses and Talks:  
174 invited presentations in total: 10 invited courses, 20 talks for the public, 21 invited talks at meetings with industry, 44 invited talks at conferences, 80 invited talks at institutes (among others at IEEE conf., Dynamics Days Europe, University of California at Berkeley, Princeton University, Boston University, University of Tokyo, Banff, CIRM Marseille, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach), e.g.:


Publications:  
80 publications in total (including patents) in Journals within the areas of
Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology and Medicine: 1 patent, 33 journal publications, 3 books and 7 book chapters, 5 book reports, 25 proceedings, 6 lecture notes, e.g.:


Research Interest:  
The focus of my scientific work is on problems concerning dynamics (differential equations, dynamical systems, stochastic many particle systems) in modelling, analysis, numerics, simulation and optimization of complex scientific, medical and engineering systems. Besides mathematical theory, realworld applications of nonlinear mathematics are an important part of my work. My research contains in particular the interplay between discrete and continuous as well as deterministic and stochastic models and corresponding methods. 
Jens Starke  last modified November 23, 2018