Anders Logg

Professor, Mathematical Sciences
Acting Area of Advance Director Building Futures

Anders Logg is a professor of computational mathematics and acting director for the Area of Advance Building Futures.

Anders' research is concerned with the numerical solution of partial differential equations, in particular adaptive finite element methods and the development of efficient computer programs for automated multiphysics simulation. He is one of the founders and core developers of FEniCS, an international project for the development of free software for automated solution of differential equations.

Anders Logg's research papers are available from arXiv. You can also find an overview of his papers on Google Scholar and on ORCID. Follow Anders on Google+ and Twitter.

For more information, visit Anders' personal web page.

Benjamin Kehlet, Ph.D. student 2011- (active)
Andre Massing, Ph.D. student 2009-2012
Aron Wahlberg, Ph.D. student 2009-2010 (studies not completed)
Kristian Valen-Sendstad, Ph.D. student 2008-2011 (co-supervisor)
Kristoffer Selim, Ph.D. student 2008-2011

Gabriel Balaban, M.Sc. student 2011-2012
Fredrik Heffer Valdmanis, M.Sc. student 2011-2012
Eline Sundt, M.Sc. student 2011-2012
Aron Wahlberg, M.Sc. student 2009
Benjamin Kehlet, M.Sc. student 2008-2010
Gustav Magnus Vikstrøm, M.Sc. student 2007-2008

Published: Wed 21 Jun 2017.