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Dimitrios Mitsotakis is a Mathematician, graduated from the University of Crete with the highest honours (first in class) in the year 2000. He received a master’s degree in Applied and Numerical Analysis in the year 2003 and a PhD in Mathematics in 2007 from the University of Athens. He was introduced to high performance computing visiting the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Center at The University of Edinburgh in the year 2000. Dimitrios worked at the Université Paris-Sud (2008-2010) as a Marie Curie researcher, at the University of Minnesota (2010-2012) as an associate postdoc and at the University of California, Merced (2012-2014) as a visiting Assistant Professor. Dimitrios is currently a Senior Lecturer at the School of Mathematics and Statistics of Victoria University of Wellington.

Dimitrios is interested in the theory of water waves and in the numerical analysis of Partial Differential Equations. He develops numerical methods for the solution of models for water waves and he studies real-world applications such as the generation of tsunamis. Some of his main contributions are in the theory of Boussinesq systems for nonlinear and dispersive water waves. He has also developed numerical models for the simulation of the generation and propagation of tsunami waves and the dispersive run-up. He studied the convergence and error estimates of several Finite Element Methods for various nonlinear and dispersive wave equations. He is interested in interfacial water waves and waves in superfluids and in blood flow problems. Numerical methods of preference are Finite Element, Spectral, Finite Volume and Discontinuous Galerkin methods.

Dimitrios' MR Erdos number is 4 and his current h-index according to scopus is 13 (subject to change).

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POSEIDON - A FORTRAN Collection of Subroutines for Finite Element Problems