J.P. Hinz MSc
2008-2012: BSc applied physics, Delft University of Technology, thesis work:
An Example of Optimization in Coupled Josephson and QPS Circuits.
2012-2015: MSc applied physics, Delft University of Technology, thesis work:
The Scattering Algorithm for Sparse Hermitian Linear Systems.
2012-2016: MSc applied mathematics, Delft University of Technology, thesis work:
Isogeometric Analysis of a Reaction-Diffusion Model for Human Brain Development.
2016-present: PhD researcher, development of efficient linear solvers for problems arising in the discretization of the Navier-Stokes equations using the method of isogeometric analysis.
Efficient isogeometric grid generation and refinement techniques.
- Isogeometric analysis;
- Direct methods;
- Krylov subspace methods;
- Continuous optimization;
- Computational fluid dynamics;
- Applied differential geometry;
- Quantum mechanics and nanotechnology