My name is Markus Renoldner. Welcome to my homepage.

Current occupation

Doctoral assistant at EPFL Institute of Mathematics (2023-present)
Analysis and numerical analysis of wave PDEs
Member of research group of Prof Annalisa Buffa, Prof Marco Picasso; my EPFL profile

Simluation engineer at Team Tumbleweed (2021-present)
Surface propagation modelling of stochastically propelled Mars vehicles

Research and publications

A semi-stochastic, numeric simulation tool in model based systems engineering for tumbleweed rovers (2023)
Renoldner, M., Rothenbuchner, J., Cohen, L., Kapadia, M., Mahmood, F., & Vicovan, D.
74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Baku, Azerbaijan; full text; abstract

Pre-Phase A study of an innovative, low-cost Demonstration Mission of Tumbleweed mobile impactors on Mars. (2023)
Cohen, L., Renoldner, M., Kapadia, M., Vicovan, D.-A., Mahmood, F., Mikulskytė, O., & Rothenbuchner, J.
74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Baku, Azerbaijan; full text; abstract

MSc. Thesis: A mass, energy, and helicity conserving dual-field discretization of the incompressible Navier-Stokes problem (2023)
Renoldner, M.
ETH Zürich, TU Wien; link1; link2

The Tumbleweed Mission: Enabling Novel Mars Data Sets through Low-Cost Rover Swarms (2022)
Rothenbuchner, J., Cohen, L., Abel, F., Buryak, D., Cuervo, K., Kingsnorth, J., Mikulskyte, O., Phillips, A., Renoldner, M., Sandrieser, M.
73rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Paris, France; full text; abstract

Past occupation (incomplete)





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