Research Group of Sashikumaar Ganesan

NMSC

The Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computing research group in the Department of Computational and Data Sciences is under the Division of Interdisciplinary Research at Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India.

The research group focus on the development and advancement of robust numerical (finite element) methods for solving partial differential equations (PDEs) which describe incompressible fluid flows and species concentration and/or energy in complex systems. The group has ongoing collaboration with several academic in Germany. The group works on Рbut is not limited to Рimplementing efficient algorithms for high-performance computing. 


Areas of current research

  • Finite element method for the spatial discretization of PDEs
  • Stabilization methods for convection dominated problems
  • Operator splitting/ADI methods for high-dimensional (>3) PDEs
  • Multigrid methods, ALE approach for moving meshes
  • Numerical algorithms for high-performance computing


Areas of application

  • Free surface flows, Multi-phase flows, ¬†Flows with surfactant
  • Droplet deformation and moving contact line problems
  • Crystallization process
  • Bio-medical flows

 

 

Latest News

Congratulations to Vijaykumar (M.Tech), Jagannath (Ph.D) and Shweta Srivastava (Ph.D) for obtaining Best Poster awards in respective categories at Computational Science Symposium - 2016
Dr. L .Shangerganesh PostDoc fellow of NMSC has got Assistant Professorship at NIT, Goa.
Simulations of impinging droplets with surfactant-dependent dynamic contact angle is published in J. Comput. Phys. (2015) 301, 178 - 200
A finite element variational multiscale method for computations of turbulent flow over an aerofoil is published in Int. J. Adv. Engg. Sci. Appl. Math.
Modeling of the non-isothermal liquid droplet impact on a heated solid substrate with heterogeneous wettability is published in Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer