Daniel Arndt

I am a PostDoc at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences group. Formerly, I was a PostDoc at the University of Heidelberg working with Prof. Dr. Guido Kanschat in the Mathematical Methods of Simulation group. Before that I have member of the workgroup Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations supervised by Prof. Dr. Gert Lube in the Institute for Numerical and Applied Mathematics at the University of Göttingen.

Education

Presentations

  • Ideas on Schwarz Smoothers in Efficient Multigrid Solvers (slides) at 7th International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing
  • CFL: A domain-specific language for simplifying integration kernels (slides) at Fast high order DG methods for future architectures
  • Schwarz Smoothers for Conforming Stabilized Discretizations of the Stokes Equations (slides) at The 15th European Finite Element Fair
  • Finite Element Methods for Flow Simulations (slides) at The Heidelberg Laureate Forum 2016
  • A Parallel Multigrid Matrix-Free Solver using Schwarz Smoothers (slides) at PDE Software Frameworks (PDESoft) 2016
  • Stabilized Finite Element Methods for Magnetohydrodynamics (slides) at The 14th European Finite Element Fair
  • Stabilized Finite Element Methods for Rotating Oberbeck-Boussinesq Flow (slides) at VMS 2016
  • Application to Coupled Flow Problems (slides) at deal.II Workshop 2015
  • Suitability of local projection stabilization for laminar and turbulent flow (slides) at VMS 2015
  • Projection Methods for Rotating Flow (slides) at ECFD VI 2014
  • Qk + Q0 -Elements in Incompressible Flows (slides) at deal.II Workshop 2013
  • Augmented Taylor-Hood Elements for Incompressible Flow (slides) at MAFELAP 2013

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Publications

Scientific interests

  • Mass conservation in FEM for incompressible flow problems
  • Numerical analysis and simulation of turbulent flow problems
  • Massively parallel FEM simulations

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