PhD student in Applied Mathematics

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 hp-finite elements with guaranteed error contraction and inexact multilevel solvers is carried out within the project ERC Consolidator Grant GATIPOR.



I participated at the Sixth Chilean Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Partial Differential Equations - WONAPDE 2019. I gave a talk in the minisymposium "Robust Numerical Methods In Structural Mechanics And For Higher Order Problems".

The paper An adaptive hp-refinement strategy with inexact solvers and computable guaranteed bound on the error reduction factor with A. Ern and M. Vohralík is submitted for publication and available on HAL.

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.


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