Welcome to my personal web-page. Here you can find information about me, and the projects I have been working on during my post-graduate studies.
- The list of talks FEniCS 2021 is now available.
- New preprint of Construction of arbitrary order finite element degree-of-freedom maps on polygonal and polyhedral cell meshes available on arxiv.
- An initial version of the dolfinx tutorial is available online.
- The Pygmsh tutorial has been updated to use the latest release.
- A tutorial for usage of of the GMSH API has been added to the Tutorial pages.
- Simple Taylor-Green solver and 3D Turek benchmark IPCS Navier-Stokes solver for dolfinx is available at jorgensd/dokken_ipcs on Github!
I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, working on the ASiMoV project, working with Chris Richardson and Garth Wells on the ASiMoV-project. The main goal of this projecct is to do the worlds first, high fidelity simulation of a complete gas-turbine engine during operation, simultaneously including the effects of thermo-mechanics, electromagnetics, and CFD.
I am involved in the development of the following software:
- dolfinx - The next generation FEniCS problem solving environment
- dolfinx_mpc- An extension to Dolfin-X supporting multi-point constraints (such as contact and slip conditions)
- The FEniCS project - An open-source computing platform for solving partial differential equations using the finite element method. My main focus in this software was the multimesh finite element method, resulting in the following papers:
- dolfin-adjoint - An algorithmic differentiation tool using pyadjoint to differentiate FEM models written in Dolfin and Firedrake. The contributions here have resulted in one published paper and one preprint