Christoph Lohmann introduces a very general framework for the analysis and design of bound-preserving finite element methods.
The results of his in-depth theoretical investigations lead to promising new extensions and modifications of existing algebraic
flux correction schemes. The main focus is on new limiting techniques designed to control the range of solution values for
advected scalar quantities or the eigenvalue range of symmetric tensors. The author performs a detailed case study for the
Folgar-Tucker model of fiber orientation dynamics. Using eigenvalue range preserving limiters and admissible closure approximations,
he develops a physics-compatible numerical algorithm for this model.