|Position||Senior Research Associate|
|Phone (external)||+44 (0)20 3108 3227|
- 2018 - present: Senior Research Associate
- Uncertainty quantification of multi-scale and multi-physics computer models (UQM^3): applications to hazard and climate models
- 2016 - 2018: Royal Society-SERB Newton International Fellow at the Department of Statistical Science, UCL
- Inverse modeling of tsunami source characterization and its use in early warnings
- 2010 - 2016: PhD at the Indian Institute of Science
- Schemes for smooth discretization and inverse problems - Case study on recovery of tsunami source parameters
- Uncertainty quantification (UQ) of tsunamis – forward models, inverse problems, and hazard assessment
- Computational statistics for geo-hazards – emulation, calibration and spatial models
- Computational mechanics for geophysical problems – non-linear and non-local continuum theories
- Numerical solution of partial differential equations – finite element & mesh-free methods
- Reguly IZ, Giles D, Gopinathan D, Quivy L, Beck JH, Giles MB, Guillas S & Dias F. 2018 The VOLNA-OP2 tsunami code (version 1.5). Geoscientific Model Development. 11, 4621–4635.
- Gopinathan D, Venugopal M, Roy D, Rajendran K, Guillas S & Dias F. 2017 Uncertainties in the 2004 Sumatra–Andaman source through nonlinear stochastic inversion of tsunami waves. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 473, 20170353.
- Chandran RS, Gopinathan D, Kanhirodan R, Roy D & Vasu RM. 2015 Detection and estimation of liquid flow through a pipe in a tissue-like object with ultrasound-assisted diffuse correlation spectroscopy. Journal of the Optical Society of America A. 32, 1888–1897.
- Pimprikar N, Sarkar S, Gopinathan D, Roy D & Reid SR. 2015 A stabilization approach for mesh-free simulations of systems developing shocks or extreme strain localizations. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences. 91, 18–32.
- Gopinathan D, Narayan S & Roy D. 2014 A smooth discretization bridging finite element and mesh-free methods using polynomial reproducing simplex splines. CMES – Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences. 102, 1–54.
- [2019/08/07] Workshop on Effective and Efficient Gaussian Processes (eeGP)
- [2018/09/06] UCL & India (at 01m 34s)
- [2017/05/24] Newton International Fellowship: Q&A with Devaraj Gopinathan
- [2017/02/09] Professor Serge Guillas awarded interdisciplinary funding for tsunami risk research in India
- [2017/01/13] UCL South Asian collaborations win funding to help developing countries cope with environmental hazards
- [2016/10/11] Dr Devaraj Gopinathan awarded a Newton International Fellowship on tsunami hazard modelling
- [2015/06/23] Dr Serge Guillas awarded ESRC-DFID-NERC funding for tsunami project