Ricardo Ruiz Baier

Assoc Professor

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PhD projects

New mixed methods for interface problems in continuum mechanics; Mathematical modelling of large deformation and perfusion processes in biomechanics

20072020

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Research interests

Ricardo works on the design and analysis of numerical methods for partial differential equations. His areas of interest and expertise also include fundamental topics in scientific computing, as well as a number of applications such as multiphase flow and transport in porous media and cardiac electromechanics 

Biography

Before joining Monash, Ricardo spent four years as Lecturer in Numerical Analysis at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. Previously, he was a Senior Reasearcher at the University of Lausanne, and a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne 

Education/Academic qualification

Mathematical Engineering, Doctoral degree, Universidad de Concepcion (University of Concepcion)

Award Date: 20 Dec 2008

Research area keywords

  • Numerical analysis of PDEs
  • Finite element and finite volume methods
  • Mixed and augmented formulations
  • Error estimation and adaptivity
  • Saddle-point problems
  • Sedimentation-consolidation processes
  • Cardiac electromechanics
  • Interface problems

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Research Output

An orthotropic electro-viscoelastic model for the heart with stress-assisted diffusion

Propp, A., Gizzi, A., Levrero-Florencio, F. & Ruiz-Baier, R., Apr 2020, In : Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology. 19, p. 633-659 27 p.

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Conservative discontinuous finite volume and mixed schemes for a new four-field formulation in poroelasticity

Kumar, S., Oyarzúa, R., Ruiz-Baier, R. & Sandilya, R., 2020, In : ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis. 54, 1, p. 273-299 27 p.

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Modelling thermo-electro-mechanical effects in orthotropic cardiac tissue

Ruiz-Baier, R., Gizzi, A., Loppini, A., Cherubini, C. & Filippi, S., Jan 2020, In : Communications in Computational Physics. 27, 1, p. 87-115 29 p.

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Rotation-based mixed formulations for an elasticity-poroelasticity interface problem

Anaya, V., De Wijn, Z., Gómez-Vargas, B., Mora, D. & Ruiz-Baier, R., 2020, In : SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing. 42, 1, p. B225-B249 25 p.

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Sensitivity analysis of a strongly-coupled human-based electromechanical cardiac model: Effect of mechanical parameters on physiologically relevant biomarkers

Levrero-Florencio, F., Margara, F., Zacur, E., Bueno-Orovio, A., Wang, Z. J., Santiago, A., Aguado-Sierra, J., Houzeaux, G., Grau, V., Kay, D., Vázquez, M., Ruiz-Baier, R. & Rodriguez, B., 1 Apr 2020, In : Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. 361, 21 p., 112762.

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