310 Ross Hall
Department of Mathematics
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-4018
2004 Ph.D., Mathematics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Title of Ph.D. Thesis: Computational Upscaled Modeling Utilizing Finite Volume Method in Heterogenous Porous Media Flow
1998 M.S., Ocean Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Title of M.S. Thesis: Numerical Simulation of the Flow Over a Coastal Structure in Depth-Limited Conditions
1995 Sarjana Teknik (B.S.), Civil Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
July 2012-present Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Wyoming
Sept. 2007-June 2012 Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Wyoming
Sept. 2005-Aug. 2007 Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
May 2004-April 2005 Postdoctoral Associate, Institute for Scientific Computation, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Summer 2002 Research Mathematician, ChevronTexaco, San Ramon, CA
1. V. GINTING, F. PEREIRA, A. RAHUNANTHAN, Rapid Quantification of Uncertainty in Permeability and Porosity of Oil Reservoirs for Enabling Predictive Simulation, to appear in Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (2013)
2. P. CHATZIPANTELIDIS, V. GINTING, A Finite Volume Element Method for A Nonlinear Parabolic Problem, to appear in Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics (2013)
3. V. GINTING, F. PEREIRA, A. RAHUNANTHAN, A Multi-Stage Bayesian Prediction Framework for Subsurface Flows, to appear in International Journal for Uncertainty Quantification (2013)
4. 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)
5. 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
1. 2013, An Adaptive Finite Element for Quasilinear Elliptic Problems, Analysis and Applied Mathematics Seminar, UW
2. 2013, On the Application of Adjoint Methods in Subsurface Flow Simulations, Minisymposium on Adjoint Methods for Computational PDEs, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering Boston, Massachusetts
3. 2013, A Multiscale Mixed Method Based on a Nonoverlapping Domain Decomposition Procedure, Minisymposium on Numerical Analysis and Computation on Multiscale Problems, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering Boston, Massachusetts
4. 2013, On the Application of the Continuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for Solving Multiphase Flow Problems, invited speaker in Workshop on Numerical Methods for PDEs: In Occasion of Raytcho Lazarov's 70th Birthday, TAMU, College Station, Texas
5. 2012, An A Posteriori Analysis of Multirate and Multiscale Evolution Systems, plenary speaker in the 5th LNCC (the Brazilian National Laboratory for Scientific Computing) Meeting on Computational Modeling, Petropolis, Brazil
6. 2012, Predictive Simulations for Porous Media Flows on GPUs, Minisymposium on Recent Developments In Uncertainty Quantification For Multiphase Flows In Heterogeneous Subsurface Formations, 10th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Sao Paolo, Brazil
7. 2012, Operator Splitting Multiscale Finite Volume Element Method for Two-Phase Flow with Capillary Pressure, Minisymposium on Recent Developments In Uncertainty Quantification For Multiphase Flows In Heterogeneous Subsurface Formations, 10th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Sao Paolo, Brazil
1. Years (2010-2013), Maximization of Permanent Trapping of CO2 and Co-contaminants in the Highest Porosity Formations of the Rock Spring Uplift (Southwest Wyoming): Experimentation and Multi-scale Modeling, Department of Energy, $1,500,000.
2. Years (2010-2013), On the Development of the UW-team Simulator for the Injection of CO2 in Deep Saline Aquifers, CFSF, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming, $316,258.
3. Years (2010-2013), A Bayesian Framework for Enabling Predictive Simulation and Uncertainty Quantification in History Matching Geological Models for CO2 Injection, CFSF, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming, $233,861.
4. Years (2010-2013), Enabling Predictive Simulation and UQ of Complex Multiphysics PDE Systems by the Development of Goal-Oriented Variational Sensitivity Analysis and a-Posteriori Error Estimation Methods, Department of Energy, $73,359.
5. Years (2010-2013), A Posteriori Analysis of of Multirate Numerical Methods, Computational Mathematics, Division of Mathematical Sciences, $188,159.
8. Years (2012-present), Bradley McCaskill, M.S. student, Multiscale Methods
7. Years (2012-present), Prosper Torsu, Ph.D. student, Homogenization Techniques
6. Years (2012-present), Quanling Deng, Ph.D. student, Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Methods
5. Years (2011-present), Larry Bush, Ph.D. student, Locally conservative Galerkin Finite Element Methods
4. Years (2010-present), Joyce Rigelo, Ph.D. student, Multiscale modeling in porous media flows (co-chair, chair is Felipe Pereira).
3. Years (2010-2013), Kevin Lenth, Ph.D. student, Application of a Perturbation Method to Nonlinear Stochastic PDEs (co-chair, chair is Peter Polyakov)
2. Years (2010-2012), Arunasalam Rahunanthan, Postdoc, Bayesian framework for reservoir characterization in geologic sequestration.
1. Years (2007-2010), Michael Presho, Ph.D. student, Uncertainty Quantification in Porous Media Fluid Flow (2011 UW outstanding dissertation award), currently postdoctoral associate at the IAMCS, Texas A&M University.