Dr. Ioannis Toulopoulos

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Ioannis Toulopoulos
Research Scientist Computational Methods for PDEs
ioannis.toulopoulos@oeaw.ac.at
+43 732 2468 5227

Short Curriculum Vitae

  • Born in Greece; 10-09-1976

  • 1994-1999: BS Mathematics, Univ of Crete Greece
  • 2000-2002: MS in Applied Mathematics, Univ of Athens Greece
  • 2003-2009: PhD in Applied Mathematics, Univ Athens Greece
  • Full CV with full list of publications
Former and Current Positions:
  • 2004-2005: Research Assistant at the Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics,FORTH, Greece. Work on project ‘AWARD’
  • 2006-2009: Research Assistant at the Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics,FORTH, Greece. Work on project ‘GOAHEAD’
  • 2010-2013: PostDoc Researcher assistant at the Mathematisches Institut, Universität Freiburg. Work on project SFB TR 71.
  • 2013-present: PostDoc Researcher assistant at RICAM. Work on project FWF-NFN S11703-N23.

Research Interests

  • Developing-devising-applications, discretization error analysis of continuous/discontinuous FEMs, Isogeometric Analysis (IGA) for PDE models:
    • Second order problems ( non-homogeneous diffusion problems, p-Laplace type problems): non-matching interface meshes, mesh grading techniques, efficient linearization methods combined with Domain Decomposition techniques
    • Parabolic evolution problems: stabilized space-time FEMs, time discontinuous Galerkin multipatch IGA, space-time anisotropic adaptivity,
    • Problems in fluid dynamics (compressible/incompressible, non Newtonian flows): design and development of high order DG methods on unstructured meshes in complex domains, unidirectional artificial outflow BCs,
    • Aeroacoustic (scattering problems, wave propagation problems): high order DG methods on mixed grids, wave front grids, devising non-reflective BCs,
    • Non-linear First-Order (conservation laws): Explicit TVD-RK with high-order DG methods, Shock-wave problems and DG shock capturing schemes, wave characteristic outflow BCs