Plasma Astrophysics
The group led by Prof. Dr. Wolf-Christian Müller theoretically and numerically investigates the nonlinear dynamics of physical processes which are of fundamental importance for astrophysical and for general plasmaphysical problems.

Plasma Astrophysics

Working Group Müller

The group has links to the  Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik located in Garching  bei München as well as in Greifswald at the coast of the Baltic sea. It is also involved in the  Max-Planck-Princeton Center for Plasma Physics, associated member of the Cluster of Excellence "Origin and Structure of the Universe".

The group is also involved in four projects of the DFG research training group 2433 DAEDALUS which is investigating the potential of differential-equation-based and data-driven modelling in life sciences and fluid dynamics.


Recent Activities

Student Position Plasma Astrophysics

The Working Group is searching for a student assistant for 60 hours per month for 2 years. Skills we are looking for are proficiency in Linux, C and/or Fortran, experience with parallel computer environments and in fluid dynamics. Also preferable is a high proficiency level in written and spoken English.  

Applications is possible from now until 15th February 2023.

For more Information see the job description. It is also available in the TUBcloud.



Organization name Plasma Astrophysics
Building ER
Room ER 373
Organization name Plasma Astrophysics
Office ER 3-2
Room ER 375
Address Hardenbergstraße 36a
10623 Berlin