Sebastian Gonzalez-Pintor

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I am working on numerical approximations for partial differential equations, and more specifically on Discontinuous Galerkin methods. My current research focus on transport equations, as well as multi-scale and multi-physics problems in reactor physics.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2013–2016

Development of Revolutionary and Accurate Methods for Safety Analyses of Future and Existing Reactors (DREAM4SAFER)

Christophe Demaziere Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Mohammad Asadzadeh Department of Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics
Srdjan Sasic Department of Applied Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics
Henrik Ström Department of Applied Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics
Sebastian Gonzalez-Pintor Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Lars Davidson Department of Applied Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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Publications

2017

Schwarz type preconditioners for the neutron diffusion equation

Antoni Vidal, Sebastian González-Pintor, Damian Ginestar et al
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics. Vol. 309, p. 563–574
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2016

Use of discontinuity factors in high-order finite element methods

Antoni Vidal-Ferràndiz, Sebastian González-Pintor, Damian Ginestar et al
Annals of Nuclear Energy. Vol. 87 Part 2, p. 728-738
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin method for a homogenized diffusion equation in reactor simulations

Sebastian González-Pintor, Antoni Vidal-Ferràndiz, Damian Ginestar et al
Proc. Joint Int. Conf. Mathematics and Computation (M&C), Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications (SNA) and the Monte Carlo (MC) Method (MC2015)
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2009

High Order Finite Element Method for the Lambda modes problem on hexagonal geometry

Sebastian González-Pintor, D. Ginestar, G. Verdú et al
Annals of Nuclear Energy. Vol. 36 (9), p. 1450-1462
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed