The objective of the research group in Computational mathematics at Umeå University is to conduct research on novel computational methods for the solution of partial and stochastic differential equations.
Furthermore, our group promotes these novel computational methods in application arising in education, science and engineering. Our research is cross-disciplinary and located in the intersection between mathematics, computer science, physics and applications.
The group in computational mathematics has close collaborations with
Christian Engström, now an associate professor at Linnaeus University
Ceren Gürkan, now an assistant professor at Kadir Has University, Istanbul
August Johansson, now a research scientist at SINTEF Digital, Oslo
André Massing, now an associate professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim