I like to develop numerical methods for solving partial differential equations with applications in computational physics. I have mainly worked with development of accurate numerical methods for simulations of multiphase flow phenomena. Accurate simulations is an important tool for predicting and controlling technical systems in a wide range of industrial applications. Multiphase flow simulations can for example be used when new inkjet heads and lab-on-a-chip devices are designed. Simulations can be used to predict the size and speed of droplets ejected from inkjet devices or to investigate the effects of changing the channel geometry and the physical parameters without fabricating and redesigning the chip.
How to accurately represent the singular surface tension force, the discontinous pressure and the interface geometry are some of the topics I am working on. Take also a look at my publications.
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