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Our computational physics group focusses on developing mathematical models of fascinating physical phenomena primarily (but not only) related to fluid mechanics and heat transfer and their further implementing by employing advanced highly scalable numerical techniques. The activity of our group can be informally divided into three main parts:

 

  • development of advanced computational algorithms;
  •  basic research of fundamental mechanisms of complex flow;
  •  heat transfer phenomena and applied research;

 

In our research we infer the acquired computational and theoretical experience to realistic engineering applications. We are always open for fruitful collaboration with theoreticians and experimentalists from all fields of applied sciences, chemistry and biology to extend our understanding of complex physical mechanisms.

 

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28.01.2021

Congratulations to Dr. Avihi Spizzichino for successfully defending his Ph.D. and publishing  his last paper in Physical Review E.  

 

28.01.2021

Congratulations to Rafi Sela for successfully defending his M. Sc. and publishing his last paper in Computational Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. 

01.01.2021

Congratulations to Arnon Ratsabi for successfully defending his M. Sc.

01.10.2020

Congratulations to Yohay Mayan for joining our research group as a M.Sc. student. Good Luck

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