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Dr. Victor Ginting|UW Mathematics

Dr. Victor Ginting

Dr. Victor Ginting, University of Wyoming Mathematics facultyAssociate Professor of Mathematics

Research interests: Multiscale methods for partial differential equations. Finite volume and finite difference methods. Numerical and iterative methods for partial differential equations. Mathematical and numerical model for flow in porous media

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Contact Information

University of Wyoming Mathematics
Laramie WY  82071
Phone: (307) 766-4018
Fax: (307) 766-6938
Email: vginting@uwyo.edu

Education

Ph.D., 2004 Texas A&M University
M.S., 1998 Texas A&M University
B.S., 1995 Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia

About Dr. Ginting

Victor Ginting originally came from Indonesia, an archipelago country in South East Asia, trapped in between Asia and Australia. His current research interest is in the mathematical and numerical aspects of multiscale phenomena as found in many applications, such as porous media flow. Before coming to Laramie, he was postdoctoral associate in the mathematics department, Colorado State University. He currently serves as an Advisory Editor for Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics.

Representative Publications

P. Chatzipantelidis, V. Ginting, A Finite Volume Element Method for A Nonlinear Parabolic Problem, to appear in Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics (2013)

V. Ginting, F. Pereira, A. Rahunanthan, A Multi-Stage Bayesian Prediction Framework for Subsurface Flows, to appear in International Journal for Uncertainty Quantification(2013)

C. Bi, V. Ginting, A Posteriori Error Estimates of Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Nonmonotone Quasi-linear Elliptic Problems, to appear in Journal of Scientific Computing,(2012)

D. Estep, V. Ginting, S. Tavener, A Posteriori Analysis of a Multirate Numerical Method for Ordinary Differential Equations, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering,223 (2012), pp. 10-27

V. Ginting, Time Integration Techniques for Richards Equation, Procedia Computer Science, v. 5 (2012), pp. 670-678

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