My research concentrates on designing and developing numerical schemes for various applications, the majority of which is focused on extracting extra accuracy out of data obtained from numerical simulations. I investigate the underlying theory, not only to improve the method itself, but also to improve its computational efficiency. I do this by using the inherent properties of the method. The techniques that I develop can be exploited for use in imaging, data extraction, detection of discontinuous phenomenon, visualisation of fluids, and more. You can find out more about me on my personal website as well as a presentation of the techniques that I develop here. You can find out more and test out our codes for your applications from the SIAC MAGIC webpage.
Degree Project in Scientific Computing, Second Cycle (SF250X), examiner | Course web
Degree Project in Scientific Computing, Second Cycle (SF259X), examiner | Course web
Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations (SF2521), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
The Finite Element Method (FSF3561), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
The Finite Element Method (SF2561), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web