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Brendan KeithCSEM Student

Brendan Keith

Brendan Keith

Ph.D. Candidate:
Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics

Dissertation topic:
DPG Methods For Arterial Mechanics

Advisor:
Leszek Demkowicz

Prior Degrees:
M.A. (2015) – Computational and Applied Mathematics, UT Austin
M.Sc. (2013) – Applied Mathematics, McGill University
B.Math (2011) – Pure Mathematics, University of Waterloo
B.Math (2011) – Applied Mathematics and option in Physics, University of Waterloo

DPG Methods For Arterial Mechanics:
2015 3D shape function library (ESEAS) for hp-adaptive finite element methods.

2016 DPG methods for linearized elasticity models with high material contrast.

2016 Nonlinear DPG for viscoelastic fluids such as blood.

2017 New approach to forming and solving DPG systems which induces a condition number growth of O(h−1).

2017 Goal-oriented adaptive mesh refinement will help resolve quantities of interest important for medical professionals.

2018 Nonlinear DPG for hyperelasticity.

Reports in progress:
Keith, Vaziri, Demkowicz, ‘‘Goal-oriented adaptive mesh refinement with the DPG methodology I & II.’’

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