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Amin Kolahdouz’s paper, An immersed interface method for discrete surfaces, has been accepted to appear in theĀ Journal of Computational Physics. (A preprint is available on the arXiv.) This paper develops an extension of the immersed interface method (IIM) that is specialized to discrete surface representations, such as triangulated surfaces. It also establishes through extensive numerical examples that IIMs that use only the lowest-order jump conditions (for the pressure and viscous shear stress) at immersed interfaces are able to yield global second-order convergence rates.

Congratulations, Amin!

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