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Uday Banerjee

Uday Banerjee

Professor and Chair

215 Carnegie Library

    Research Interests

    • Application of numerical methods to approximate solutions, eigenvalues and eigenvectors of elliptic PDEs
    • Aspects of meshless methods and generalized finite element methods in the context of their approximation properties, error estimation schemes, and implementation
    • Elliptic PDEs with non-smooth coefficients

    Recent Publications

    • Robustness in stable generalized finite element methods (SGFEM) applied to crack problems (joint with Q. Zhang and I. Babuska)\
      submitted for publication.
    • Stable Generalized Finite Element Method and associated iterative schemes; application to interface problems (joint with K. Kergrene and I. Babuska)
      submitted for publication.
    • Stable GFEM (SGFEM): Improved conditioning and accuracy of GFEM/XFEM for three-dimensional fracture mechanics (joint with V. Gupta, I. Babuska, and C. A. Duarte)
      Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. 2015, 289, 355-386-39, DOI 10.1016/j.cma.2015.01.014
    • Higher order stable generalized finite element method (joint with Q. Zhang and I. Babuska)
      Numer. Math. 2014, 128, 1-29, DOI 10.1007/s00211-014-0609-1


    Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Maryland, 1985

    Contact Information

    Mailing Address:
    215 Carnegie Building
    Syracuse, NY 13244-1150

    Fax: (315) 443-1475

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