Carsten Gundlach
 Position
 Professor
 Institution
 Mathematics (FSHS)
 Webpage
 http://www.soton.ac.uk/~cjg/
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I am in interested in classical general relativity and fluid mechanics (including MHD and elastic matter) in general relativity. I have worked extensively on hyperbolic formulations of the Einstein equations for numerical relativity, and on the physics of gravitational collapse.
Current research projects that have a modelling aspect are:

oscillations of strongly magnetised neutron stars (magnetars),

including elasticity into nonlinear HSRC GR hydro codes (see below)

numerical relativity applications in the adSCFT correspondence (4dimensional quantum field theory from 5dimensional gravity).
Research Interests
Physical Systems and Engineering simulation: Astrophysics, CFD, Elasticity, General Relativity, Magnetohydrodynamics, Structural dynamics
Algorithms and computational methods: Finite differences, Multiphysics, Multipole methods, Symbolic calculation
Software Engineering Tools: CVS, Emacs, SVN
Programming languages and libraries: Fortran
Computational platforms: Iridis, Linux
Transdisciplinary tags: Scientific Computing
Carsten's team members
Stephanie Erickson Postgraduate Research Student, Mathematics (FSHS) 
Joint projects with...
Stephanie Erickson Postgraduate Research Student, Mathematics (FSHS) 
Ian Hawke Lecturer, Mathematics (FSHS) 
Research Groups
Institute for Complex Systems Simulations (ICSS)
University of Southampton