I am a full professor in the Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science Department of the University of
Liège (ULg). Before joining ULg I was an assistant professor of
Mathematics at Case
Western Reserve University. And before that I was a Postdoctoral Scholar in
Applied and Computational Mathematics at the
California Institute of Technology (Caltech), as well
as a Chargé de Recherches with the Belgian National
Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS).
My research interests encompass modeling, analysis, algorithm development, and simulation
for problems arising in various areas of engineering and science, with current applications
in computational electromagnetism and biomedical problems:
- Applied and Computational Electromagnetics (ACE) group at the
Montefiore Institute.
- Research codes distributed as free (open source) software:
- Gmsh — a 3D finite element mesh generator
with integrated CAD and post-processing facilities.
- GetDP — a rather general finite element
solver using mixed finite elements.
A selection of physical models using these two codes is available on the site of the
ONELAB project.
Also check out the Onelab/Mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices!
- Publications on Google scholar and on
ORBI,
the open repository and bibliography site from the University of Liège.
- Recent preprints:
- M. El Bouajaji, B. Thierry, X. Antoine, C. Geuzaine.
A quasi-optimal domain decomposition algorithm for the time-harmonic Maxwell's equations.
Journal of Computational Physics, in press, 2015.
- A. Vion, C. Geuzaine.
Double sweep preconditioner for optimized Schwarz methods applied to the Helmholtz problem.
Journal of Computational Physics 266, 171-190, 2014.
- T. Toulorge, C. Geuzaine, J.-F. Remacle, J. Lambrechts.
Robust untangling of curvilinear meshes.
Journal of Computational Physics 254, 8-26, 2013.
- M. Pellikka, S. Suuriniemi, L. Kettunen, C. Geuzaine.
Homology and cohomology computation in finite element modeling.
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 35 (5), B1195-B1214, 2013.
- A. Johnen, J.-F. Remacle, C. Geuzaine.
Geometrical validity of curvilinear finite elements.
Journal of Computational Physics 233, 359-372, 2013.
- Y. Boubendir, X. Antoine, C. Geuzaine.
A quasi-optimal non-overlapping domain decomposition algorithm for the Helmholtz equation.
Journal of Computational Physics 231 (2), 262-280, 2012.
Teaching:
Graduate and undergraduate research opportunities:
I am always looking for capable and highly motivated students (undergraduate and graduate)
with backgrounds and interests in math, engineering, science and computer science to join
my research program. Please contact me to discuss current opportunities.
Master thesis subjects (TFEs) are posted on the ACE website.
Miscellaneous:
- If need to create high quality PostScript, PDF or SVG vector images
in your OpenGL application, you might be interested in GL2PS.
- Directory is a LaTeX and BibTeX package
to create and manage address books.
- My old LaTeX class to write letters and faxes at the University of Liège is
available here.