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Background & Research Interests

Oscar Chinellato studied computer science Pfeil at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH Pfeil) and did his diploma thesis (M.Sc.) in the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science Pfeil. In his diploma project, which was carried out in the group of Emo Welzl Pfeil, he investigated several algorithms for the shortest vector problem and derived complexity bounds for a parametrised family of reduction based methods. Afterwards he went on to obtain a Ph.D. from the ETH, where he was working as an assistant of Prof. Walter Gander Pfeil in the Institute of Computational Science Pfeil. His advisor was Prof. Peter Arbenz Pfeil and the focus of the thesis rested on the modelling and computing of resonance modes of lossy resonator cavities.

Oscar Chinellato's research focuses on approximate solution methods for partial differential equations, iterative solvers for eigenvalue problems and linear systems of equations, numerical analysis and high performance computing. In particular this entails

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