About us

Team Pancho is led by Francisco-Javier Sayas at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware. We work on numerical analysis and scientific computing with a focus on:

  • Boundary integral equations, especially retarded potentials and Time Domain BIE
  • Discontinuous Galerkin methods, with a focus on the Hybridizable DG scheme
  • Scattering and wave propagation, with an emphasis on transient acoustic and elastic waves
  • Coupling of different numerical methods, especially BEM with FEM/DG
  • Stokes and Stokes-Darcy flow

Current members (summer 2016)

F.J. Sayas (adviser), Tom Brown and Allan Hungria (grad students), Shukai Du and Hasan Eruslu (freshmen graduate students), Guanyu Hou (undergraduate), Alexander Rieder (visiting from the Technical University of Vienna)

Not so new, but still interesting

  • Current NSF Grant. 2012-2016. NSF-DMS 1216356. Numerical simulation and analysis of transient waves in unbounded domains.
  • The deltaBEM code is available in this new site. All the code is ready to be downloaded.
  • The monograph Retarded Potentials and Time Domain Integral Equations, a road map, has been published by Springer Verlag as Volume 50 of their series in Computational Mathematics
  • SIAM Review republished the paper The validity of Johnson-Nedelec's BEM-FEM coupling on polygonal interfaces in their SIGEST section.

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