and Graduate Director
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware
532 Ewing Hall
Newark, DE 19716E-mail: fjsayas (at) math.udel.edu
Round and around the world
These are some of the meetings I'll be attending in 2015 and later
Colloquium talk at Temple University. October 19, 2015.
IWH-Workshop on Advances in Discontinuous Galerkin Methods and Related Topics, at the University of Heidelberg. December 14-15, 2015.
WONAPDE2016, in Concepcion, Chile. January 11-15, 2016. Michael Neilan and yours truly are organising a minisymposium on Advances on Finite and Boundary Elements. I'll be giving a talk on a mini on DG.
Banff International Research Station, Canada. Computational and Numerical Analysis of Transient Problems in Acoustics, Elasticity, end Electromagnetism. January 17-22, 2016.
Colloquium talk at Portland State University. April 8, 2016.
Hot and new
The deltaBEM code is available in this new site. All the code is ready to be downloaded.
As promised, here's the extended version (150 pages) of the notes Retarded Potentials and Time Domain Boundary Integral Equations: a road-map The notes are now finished! I hope they'll be published soon.
Not so new, but worth mentioning
First quarter 2013. SIAM Review republished my paper The validity of Johnson-Nedelec's BEM-FEM coupling on polygonal interfaces in their SIGEST section.
Current NSF Grant. Starting on September 1, 2012. NSF-DMS 1216356. Numerical simulation and analysis of transient waves in unbounded domains.
Team PanchoMatthew Hassell
Past graduate students
Fu (Delaware, 2013)
Sijiang Lu (Delaware, 2013)
Antonio Laliena (Zaragoza, 2011). Lecturer at EUPLA, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain.
Ricardo Oyarzua (Concepcion, 2010). Associate professor at Universidad del Bio-Bio, Chile.
Maria Luisa Rapun (Zaragoza, 2004). Associate professor at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain.
Victor Dominguez (Zaragoza, 2001). Associate professor at Universidad Publica de Navarra, Spain.
Ricardo Celorrio (Zaragoza 1997). Associate professor at Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain.
My research deals with the following subjects, all of them related to Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
- Boundary element methods and their applications
- Coupling and overlapping of Boundary and Finite Element Methods
- Scattering of waves in the time and frequency domain
- Abstract numerical analysis
- Discontinuous Galerkin
Methods, IP-style and HDG-style
- Stokes, Stokes-Darcy
and other viscous flows
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