Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Universität Konstanz

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Prof. Dr.
Johannes Schropp

Address   University of Konstanz
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
P.O. Box 195
78464 Konstanz
Curriculum vitae
Teaching
Research
Projects and Prizes
Miscellaneous
Phone 07531 / 88-2786
Fax 07531 / 88-3036
E-Mail Johannes.Schropp@uni-konstanz.de
This page http://www.math.uni-konstanz.de/~schropp/
Office F 430

 Curriculum vitae
 
date of birth:   15.4.1961
confession: protestantic
nationality: german
family status: married, 3 children
June 1992 PhD Thesis: Langzeitverhalten dynamischer Systeme am Beispiel eines biologischen Abbauprozesses, University of Konstanz
July 1997 Habilitation Thesis: Dynamische Systeme in der allgemeinen Minimierung, University of Konstanz
March - May 1998 Guest Researcher at the University of Calgary, Canada
April 2002 - March 2005 full professor representation at the University of Cologne
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 Teaching
 
summer term 2022:  

Numerical Analysis of Ordinary Differential Equations info

Mathematics for Economists II info

Seminar Numerical Analysis (please register in ZEUS, Meeting 13.4.2021, 3.15 pm in D301, infos to follow)

 

winter term 21/22:

Mathematics for economists I info

Numerical Analysis of partial Differential Equations info

Seminar Numerical Analysis (please register in ZEUS, infos to follow)

 

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 Research
 
Research interests:
  • Magnetohydrodynamics and Elastodynamics
  • Personalized Medicine
  • Modeling and Simulation in Pharmacology (PKPD)
 
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  Projects and Prizes
 
Prizes:
  • Dornier-Prize, October 1994
Projects:
  • Hospital-Project, The THY-MOD Study-Personalized Dosing in Children with Hyper- and Hypo Thyroidism Computed Mathematical Modeling Investor: University Childrens Hospital Basel project details
  • Industry-Project, Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics modelling in drug design, Investor: ALTANA-Pharma AG
 
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Miscellaneous
 
  • Member ISoP SIG Mathematical and Computational Sciences Steering Committee

  • Cooperations with Pharmaceutical Sciences (Topics): Drug-Drug Interaction, Target Mediated Drug Design, Individualized optimal Drug Dosing, Delay and Lifespan based Models

 
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last changes   September, 15th 2021