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Professor Victor Ginting

Dr. Ginting Victor Ginting, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
Professor of Mathematics
Ross Hall 310
vginting@uwyo.edu | +1-307-766-4018
Research interests: Numerical analysis

Education

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

About Dr. Ginting

Victor Ginting joined the University of Wyoming faculty in 2007. He came to the University of Wyoming from Colorado State University, where he was a postdoctoral associate.

He comes from Indonesia, an archipelago country in Southeast Asia, which is 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. He currently serves as an Advisory Editor for Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics.

Representative publications

  1. Wang, Y., Aryana, S. A., Furtado, F., and Ginting, V. (2018) Analysis of Nonequilibrium Effects and Flow Instability in Immiscible Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media. Advances in Water Resources, 122, 291-303.
  2. Aryana, S., Furtado, F., Ginting, V., and Torsu, P. (2018) On Series Solution for Second Order Semilinear Parabolic IBVPs. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 330, 499-518.
  3. Deng, Q. and Ginting, V. (2018) Locally Conservative Continuous Galerkin FEM for Pressure Equation in Two-Phase Flow Model in Subsurfaces. Journal of Scientific Computing, 74, 1264-1285.
  4. Deng, Q., Ginting, V., McCaskill, B., and Torsu, P. (2017) A locally conservative stabilized continuous Galerkin finite element method for two-phase flow in poroelastic subsurfaces. Journal of Computational Physics, 347, 78-98.
  5. Ginting, V., Lin, G., and Liu, J. (2016) On Application of the Weak Galerkin Finite Element Method to a Two-Phase Model for Subsurface Flow. Journal of Scientific Computing, 66, 225-239.

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