Dr. Philippe Remy Bernard Devloo
Avenida Albert Einstein 951, Campinas, SP 13083-852, Brazil
Phone: +55 19 3521-1149, Email: phil< at >fec.unicamp.br

Research interests

My research has a strong focus on the development of FEA software applied to different problems in computational mechanics. My research topics have included object oriented framework for the development of FEA computer codes, computational modeling of flow through porous media, numerical simulation of the propagation of hydraulic fractures in porous media, stability of wells, numerical simulation of the well reservoir coupling and parallel computing.

Selected Publications
  1. Definition of a P-interpolating space of hierarchical bases of finite elements on the pyramid. Linear Algebra and its Applications, Volume 460, nov/2014.

  2. A goal-oriented hp-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin approach for biharmonic problems. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Volume 97, Issue 4, jan/2014.

  3. Application of a combined continuous–discontinuous Galerkin finite element method for the solution of the Girkmann problem. Computers & Mathematics with Applications, Volume 65, Issue 11, jul/2013.