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Martin Licht

Title(s)Visiting Assistant Professor, Mathematics
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Emailmlicht@ucsd.edu
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    University of Oslo, NorwayPhD06/2017Mathematics
    University of Bonn, GermanyDiplom12/2012Mathematics
    University of Bonn, GermanyDiplom12/2013Computer Science

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    1. Smoothed projections over weakly Lipschitz domains. Mathematics of Computation. 2018; (88):179-210. View Publication.
    2. Smoothed projections and mixed boundary conditions. Mathematics of Computation. 2018; (88):607-635. View Publication.
    3. On the A Priori and A Posteriori Error Analysis in Finite Element Exterior Calculus. 2017. View Publication.
    4. Complexes of Discrete Distributional Differential Forms and Their Homology Theory. Foundations of Computational Mathematics. 2016; 4(17):1085-1122. Martin Werner Licht..