Postdoctral Researcher, Kyoto University, Japan
Apr, 2021 — til date
At present, I am working as a postdoctoral researcher at Graduate School Agriculture, Kyoto University. I have developed a space-time finite element for soil dynamics and earthquake engineering problem, wherein the numerical dissipation of high-frequency components can be controlled by the user. I have also developed a space-time finite element method with moving mesh technique to study the transient unconfined seepage flow in dams, levees, and other earthen structures. I am also leading a research team to develop the generalized framework of space-time FEM for dynamic soil-structure interaction problems. This research involves high-performance-computing by using OpenMP, MPI and GPU. I am also investigating the failure of levee and embankments due to overflow by using physical and numerical modeling. For this research, I am developing a software for solving the coupled Navier-Stokes and Darcy-Brinkmann Equations.