Emmanuil (Manolis) Georgoulis
|Department of Mathematics
University of Leicester
Leicester, LE1 7RH
tel: +44 (0) 116 252 3603
Office: Room 125, Michael Atiyah Building
Research interests include:
- Computational Methods for Partial Differential Equations arising in solids, fluids, mathematical biology and multiscale problems; in particular, finite element methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, finite volume methods, multiscale methods, their error analysis and adaptivity strategies.
- Approximation Theory; in particular, multivariate approximation using polynomials, radial basis functions and hierarchical/wavelet bases, high-dimensional approximation.
|List of publications||Short CV||Other affiliation|
Computational Modelling Theme
Established in 2013, Computational Modelling Theme (CMT) is a priority research theme in the College of Science and Engineering, providing a hub to coordinate and facilitate the use of cutting edge high performance computational methods within the College's interdisciplinary activities.
Zhaonan (Peter) Dong (2016--)
Former and current PhD students:
, Terhemen Aboiyar (2008), Juha Virtanen (2010), Fazli Subhan (2011), Stephen Metcalfe (2015), Zhaonan (Peter) Dong (2017), Younis Sabawi (2017), Samuel Cox (2017), Mohammad Sabawi, Oliver Sutton, Luke Jolley, Thomas (Makis) Kappas.
Some colleagues and collaborators:
G. Akrivis, , L. Banjai, A. Cangiani, , D. Elfverson, I. Graham, , P. Houston, A. Iske, M. Jensen, C. Kreuzer, I. Kyza, O. Lakkis, J. Levesley, D. Loghin, Ch. Makridakis,, M. Melenk, , T. Pryer, A. Rona, E. Süli