Plenary Speakers


Erik Burman

Erik Burman is Chair of Computational Mathematics at University College London. He is a leading researcher in the design and analysis of stabilized finite element methods using continuous-discontinuous spaces. Recent research interests include the analysis of time discretization methods for stabilized finite element methods and the design of robust and accurate methods for the solution of multi-physics interface problems.


Elena Celledoni

Elena Celledoni is a professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. She received her Ph.D in computational mathematics from the University of Padua, Italy. She held post doc positions at the University of Cambridge, UK and at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California. Her research field is in numerical analysis and continue reading →


Jakob Søndergaard Jensen

Jakob S. Jensen is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). His research interests include linear and nonlinear dynamics of mechanical systems and topology optimization of vibration and wave propagation problems.


Juho Könnö

Juho Könnö is the Team Leader for the Structural Analysis team at Wärtsilä. Currently he is mostly involved in the structural integrity and fatigue assessment of large-bore engine components. He received his D.Sc. degree from Aalto University in 2011 in the field of Mechanics where his research was mainly focused on mixed finite element and discontinuous Galerkin methods for continue reading →


Garth Wells

Garth Wells is the Hibbitt Reader in Solid Mechanics at University of Cambridge and Fellow of Jesus College. He is an expert in the development, application and analysis of efficient finite element methods for problems in computational mechanics. His research addresses problems in materials science, geophysics, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics and high performance computing. He is an advocate of reproducible research continue reading →