My research interest
My research interests and focus are on numerical methods such as finite element methods (FEM) in the context of isogeometric analysis (IGA), linear and nonlinear shell analysis, particularly explicit dynamics of shells, locking phenomena, and immersed finite element methods (immersed IGA, CutFEM). Currently, I am working on aerohydroelastic analysis of offshore wind turbines with the main focus on the application and possible development of data-driven approaches that can be employed in such analysis. Another research interest is to further study the performance and develop the higher-order accurate mass lumping scheme for explicit dynamics, that has been introduced during my PhD, particularly when applying to practically relevant scenarios.
You may find my PhD dissertation here.
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