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My main research interest is the numerical analysis of (nonlinear) partial differential equations in materials science and engineering, with a particular focus on liquid crystal theory, micromagnetism, and spintronics. I am also interested in fundamental questions in the analysis of finite element methods (a priori and a posteriori error estimates, convergence and optimality results for adaptive finite element schemes), uncertainty quantification (stochastic Galerkin methods for high-dimensional parametric elliptic problems), and adaptivity for model order reduction methods.
Doctor of Philosophy, Coupling and numerical integration of the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation, TU Wien
1 Jun 2013 → 22 Nov 2016
Award Date: 22 Nov 2016
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Modelling, analysis and simulation of magneto-elastic and magneto-viscoelastic materials (International Exchange)
17/02/23 → 16/02/25
Rational-approximation-based model order reduction of Helmholtz frequency response problems with adaptive finite element snapshotsBonizzoni, F., Pradovera, D. & Ruggeri, M., 31 Jan 2023, In: Mathematics in Engineering. 5, 4, p. 1-38 38 p.
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The mass-lumped midpoint scheme for computational micromagnetics: Newton linearization and application to magnetic skyrmion dynamicsFratta, G. D., Pfeiler, C-M., Praetorius, D. & Ruggeri, M., 1 Jan 2023, In: Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics. 23, 1, p. 145-175 31 p.
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Michele Ruggeri (Organiser)4 Jun 2023 → 7 Jun 2023
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Organiser of major conference
Michele Ruggeri (Speaker)12 May 2023 → 13 May 2023
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation