Faycal Chaouqui, Ph.D. Departement of Mathematics, Temple University.

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in applied mathematics at Temple university working under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Szyld. Before joining Temple, I was a PhD student at the University of Geneva working under the supervision of Prof. Martin Gander and Prof. Kevin Santugini.
Ph.D. Numerical analysis, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2018.
MSc. Mathematical and Mechanical engineering, ENSEIRBMATMECA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, Bordeaux, France, September 2014.
My research interests lie on parallel iterative solvers for linear systems and in particular designing scalable domain decomposition solvers for large linear systems that arises from the discretization of PDEs. Currently, I am focusing on developing robust domain decomposition solvers for both synchronous and asynchronous frameworks.
On Nilpotent Subdomain Iterations
with M. J. Gander and K. SantuginiRepiquet,
in Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXIII, LNCSE, SpringerVerlag, pp. 113120, 2016.
Optimal coarse spaces for FETI and their approximation
with M. J. Gander and K. SantuginiRepiquet,
in ENUMATH 2017.
A Coarse Space to Remove the Logarithmic Dependency in NeumannNeumann Methods
with M. J. Gander and K. SantuginiRepiquet,
in Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXIV, LNCSE, SpringerVerlag, 2018.
On the scalability of classical onelevel domaindecomposition methods
with G. Ciaramella, M. J. Gander and T. Vanzan,
in Vietnam Journal of Mathematics, 2018.
A Local Coarse Space Correction Leading to a Wellposed Continuous NeumannNeumann Method
with M. J. Gander and K. SantuginiRepiquet,
accepted for Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXV, 2019.
A Continuous Analysis of the NeumannNeumann Methods: Scalability and New Coarse Spaces
with M. J. Gander and K. SantuginiRepiquet, submitted 2020.
On optimal coarse grid correction for the Optimized Schwarz Method
with D. B. Szyld, in preparation, 2020.
On the appropriate coarse grid for the asynchronous Algebraic Optimized Schwarz Method
with D. B. Szyld, in prepration, 2020.
Calculus I (Spring 2015, Spring 2016)
Numerical analysis (Fall 2015, Spring 2016)
Introduction to Matlab (Fall 2016, Fall 2017)
Introduction to programming (Spring 2016, Spring 2017)
Lab for analysis I (Fall 2016, Fall 2017)
Introduction to computing (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)
Lab for calculus I and precalculus (Spring 2019)
Lab for calculus I and precalculus (Fall 2019)
Introduction to computing (Spring 2020)