Pereira, L. Felipe
Felipe Pereira is a Professor of Mathematical Sciences. His research has been in applied mathematics including:
- Modeling the flow of oil in underground reservoirs
- Injection strategies for permanently storing carbon dioxide in deep saline aquifers
- Modeling fluid flow in heterogeneous formations, such as oil shale
- Pore network construction algorithms
- Numerical methods for partial differential equations
- High performance, parallel, scientific computing
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A Multiscale Direct Solver for the Approximation of Flows in High Contrast Porous Media We consider a non-overlapping domain decomposition approach to approximate the solution of elliptic boundary value problems with high contrast in their coefficients. We propose a method such that initially local solutions ...
Convergence Analysis of MCMC Methods for Subsurface Flow Problems In subsurface characterization using a history matching algorithm subsurface properties are reconstructed with a set of limited data. Here we focus on the characterization of the permeability field in an aquifer using ...