After finishing his undergraduate studies in mathematics at the University of Bristol in 1996, Daniel Loghin went on to Oxford to carry out research in computational methods for partial differential equations as part of a 4-year DPhil programme sponsored by the EPSRC and British Energy plc. He spent a further three years in Oxford funded by an EPSRC grant to work on a research programme on fast solvers for CFD. Daniel later joined the Parallel Algorithms Group at the European Research Centre in Scientific Computing (CERFACS) in Toulouse where he continued work on a range of research themes in numerical analysis and scientific computing.
In 2006 Daniel Loghin joined the Shool of Mathematics at the University of Birmingham where he is currently Lecturer in Applied Mathematics.
Arioli, M., Loghin, D. (2009), Discrete interpolation norms with applications, SIAM J. Numer. Anal., 47(4):2924–2951.
Georgoulis, E.H., Loghin, D. (2008), Norm preconditioners for discontinuous Galerkin finite element methods, SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 30(5): 2447–2465.
Arioli, M., Loghin, D (2007), Stopping criteria for mixed finite element problems. Electron. Trans. Numer. Anal., 29:178–192.
Loghin, D., Ruiz, D., Touhami, A. (2006) Adaptive preconditioners for nonlinear systems of equations. ,J. Comput. Appl. Math. ,189(1-2): 362–374.
Arioli, M., Loghin, D., Wathen A.J. (2005), Stopping criteria in finite element problems, Numer Math., 99(3):381–410.
Loghin, D., Wathen A.J. (2004), Analysis of preconditioners for saddle-point problems, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 25(6): 2029–2049.
Loghin, D., Wathen, A.J. (2003), Schur complement preconditioning for elliptic systems of partial differential equations, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 10:423–443.