Research and Development
Carlos Monteserin joined Odeon in 2017 and is involved in Research and Development.
Master of Science in Mathematical Modelling and Computing, 2014 – 2016, Technical University of Denmark.
Qualified Teacher Status, Specialization: Mathematics, 2007 – 2008, University of Oviedo.
PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2002 – 2008, University of Cantabria.
Degree in Physics, Specialization: Theoretical Physics, 1998 – 2002, University of Oviedo.
May 2017 – Present: Research and Development, Odeon A/S.
Jan 2017 – March 2017: Structural Engineer, LIC Engineering.
Sep 2015 – Dec 2015: Teacher Assistant, Technical University of Denmark.
Feb 2011 – Aug 2012: Early Associate Professor, Mathematics dept. University of Oviedo.
Sep 2002 – Dec 2008: PhD Student + Scientific Researcher, Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria (IFCA).
Areas of Interest
Room Acoustics, Algorithm development, High Performance Computing, Computer Simulations, Physics, Applied Mathematics, Optimization, Finite Element Method, Computational Fluid Dynamics.
A stabilised mixed Eulerian Lagrangian spectral element method for nonlinear wave interaction with fixed structures. Submitted to Journal of Computational Physics, 2017.
A low CMB variance in the WMAP data. Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomy Society, Volume 387, 2008.
Scalar quantities as detectors of non-Gaussianity on CMB maps. Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomy Society, Volume 371, 2006.
Scalar statistics on the sphere: application to the CMB. Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomy Society, Volume 360, 2005.
Robust spectral element methods for free surface flows with structures, Master Thesis 2016, Technical University of Denmark.
Analysis of WMAP data in collaboration with Cavendish Laboratory, four months Research Stage in 2005-2006, Cambridge University.
Awarded with prestigious FPI fellowship for Doctorate Studies, 1998-2002, Consejo superior de investigaciones cientificas (CSIC).