I work as Postdoctoral Fellow at the
UMIT Research Lab
located at Umeå University
As a computational mathematican, I am interested in both the analysis, implementation and application of solution schemes for partial differential equations. In particular, my main research centers around the development of finite element element methods for
complex interface and multiphysics problems. During my Ph.D, I developed embedded and overlapping mesh methods for computational fluid dynamics and fluid-structure interaction problems which originate (mostly) from biomedical applications.
Recently, I have been working on finite element methods for embedded surfaces and coupled surface-bulk problems, with potential application to multidimensional multiphysics problems describing, e.g., flow and transport problems in fractured
porous media, cell motility, and two-phase flows with surfactants.
To implement most of the solution algorithms, I use and contribute to the marvellous FEniCS project. You can find my publications and preprints on
Google Scholar, and
arXiv. A complete list of publications is included in my