Computational Mathematics

We develop new computational technologies in order to increase the reliability of computer simulations.


To develop new mathematical methods, robust numerical schemes and software to solve complex and large-scale challenging real-life problems on massively parallel computers.


We analyse modern numerical methods such as advanced Finite Element (AFE) and Finite Volume (FV) techniques applied to stationary and time-dependent problems. In addition, we develop new meshless multi- scale methods such as Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) or Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD) applied to complex fluids and mesoscopic flow problems.


Characterisation of the Earth’s subsurface composition for CO2 - sequestration and oil or gas extraction; dynamics of complex particulate fluids, microfluidics, rheology; CFD applied to complex flows that rise in a number of engineering sectors including environmental, chemical/manufacturing, polymer/ food processing and biomedicine.

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