University of Wyoming

Victor Eralingga Ginting

ADDRESS

310 Ross Hall
Department of Mathematics
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071
vginting@uwyo.edu

EDUCATION

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

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

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

OTHER POSITION

2014-present Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming
Summer 2002 Research Mathematician, ChevronTexaco, San Ramon, CA

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journals
Refereed Proceedings

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

5. 2016, A Multi-stage Bayesian Prediction Framework for Subsurface Flows, CCM Seminar, University of Colorado, Denver, CO
4. 2016, A Multiscale Finite Element Method for Semilinear Singularly Perturbed BVPs, Minisymposium: Aspects of PDE Arising from Modeling of the Flows in Porous Media, AMS Fall Western Sectional Meeting, University of Denver, CO
3. 2016, A Locally Conservative Stabilized Continuous Galerkin Finite Element Method for Multiphase Flow in Poroelastic Subsurfaces, Invited Speaker, 10th International Conference on Scientific Computing and Applications, Fields Institute, Canada
2. 2015, On the Application of Generalized Multiscale Finite Element Method in Multiphase Flow Models, Minisymposium: Numerical Homogenization and Multiscale Model Reduction Methods, ICIAM, Beijing, China
1. 2015, A Locally Conservative Stress Recovery Technique for Continuous Galerkin FEM in Linear Elasticity, Workshop: Materials, Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization, The Center for Advanced Energy Studies, McCall, ID

FUNDINGS

1. Years (2016-2017), RMMC Workshop on Functional Analytic Methods in Error Prediction with Applications, Division of Mathematical Sciences, National Science Foundation, $29,810
2. Years (2015-2016), Unconventional Reservoir Characterization Utilizing Parallel Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo, UW School of Energy Resources, $55,331
3. Years (2014-2016), Reliable Iterative Procedures and the Construction of Preconditioners for Solving Linear Algebra Problems as Found in Reservoir Simulations, UW Academic Affairs Energy Fellowship (fund for graduate student Bradley McCaskill), $56,000.

STUDENTS AND POSTDOC

10. T. Dalgamoni, Ph.D. student, Numerical methods for advection dominated problems
9. R. Johnson, Ph.D. student, Spline finite element methods
8. B. McCaskill, Ph.D. student, Multiscale methods
7. Years (2011-2016), P. Torsu, Ph.D. student, Uncertainty quantification and models of multiphase flow in porous media (served as co-chair, chair was Saman Aryana)
6. Years (2011-2016), Q. Deng, Ph.D. student, Local conservation on continuous Galerkin FEMs with applications
5. Years (2010-2013), L. Bush, Ph.D. student, On the postprocessing techniques of the continuous Galerkin finite element methods
4. Years (2010-2013), J. Rigelo, Ph.D. student, Multiscale modeling in porous media flows (served as a co-chair, chair was Felipe Pereira).
3. Years (2010-2013), K. Lenth, Ph.D. student, Application of a perturbation method to nonlinear stochastic PDEs (served as a co-chair, chair was Peter Polyakov)
2. Years (2010-2012), A. Rahunanthan, Postdoc, Bayesian framework for reservoir characterization in geologic sequestration
1. Years (2007-2010), M. Presho, Ph.D. student, Uncertainty quantification in porous media fluid flow (2011 UW outstanding dissertation award)