PhD student in Applied Mathematics

Curriculum Vitae (eng,fr)

Patrik Daniel (2015)

Current position

PhD student at INRIA Paris & Université Paris-Est, CERMICS (ENPC) and Sorbonne University

In October 2015 I joined the research team SERENA (Simulation for the Environment: Reliable and Efficient Numerical Algorithms), where I am honoured to work on my PhD thesis under the supervision of Martin Vohralík and Alexandre Ern.
My work on subject Adaptive multilevel solvers with a posteriori error control for porous media flows is carried out within the project ERC Consolidator Grant GATIPOR.



I participated at the 13th World Congress in Computational Mechanics (WCCM18), one of the largest Computational Mechanics gatherings in the United States. I gave a talk in the minisymposium "Error Analysis and Adaptivity for Advanced Galerkin Methods" and I also got selected to present my poster during the students' poster competition at the conference.

I gave a talk at the 16th European Finite Element Fair held in Heidelberg, Germany. The slides can be found here.

The paper An adaptive hp-refinement strategy with computable guaranteed bound on the error reduction factor with A. Ern, I. Smears and M. Vohralík is now available on HAL and arXiv and accepted for publication in Computers & Mathematics with Applications.


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