Local damage detection related to a gearbox operating in industrial conditions

The problem of local damage detection is widely discussed in the literature. There are many methods which can be applied, however there is still a need for new techniques addressing specific diagnostic issues. In particular, the case of complex multiple-component vibration signal is a challenging problem. In this case we […]

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One million electric vehicles in Poland – insights from an agent-based model

In agent-based modeling (ABM), a (usually) complex system is modeled as a collection of autonomous entities called agents. Agents interact with each other and their environment, asses their situation and make decisions based on some given set of rules. Those decisions may then trigger different actions of the entities. In […]

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One million electric vehicles in Poland – insights from an agent-based model

In agent-based modeling (ABM), a (usually) complex system is modeled as a collection of autonomous entities called agents. Agents interact with each other and their environment, asses their situation and make decisions based on some given set of rules. Those decisions may then trigger different actions of the entities. In […]

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Local damage detection related to a gearbox operating in industrial conditions

The problem of local damage detection is widely discussed in the literature. There are many methods which can be applied, however there is still a need for new techniques addressing specific diagnostic issues. In particular, the case of complex multiple-component vibration signal is a challenging problem. In this case we […]

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Slower than usual transport in porous media

In the last decade a number of researchers have found that in some materials (such as zeolite or building bricks) the moisture diffusion follows a slower than usual pace and thus its transport becomes subdiffusive. There is a wealth of literature on the experimental side of the subdiffusion, but its […]

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Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop. Challenges & Opportunities in Molecular Simulations

Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop (http://icmp.lviv.ua/ucsw2017/) was held at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv on 21-24 June 2017, 70 years from the invention of the Monte Carlo method – nowadays widely used to solve problems in various fields of physical and life sciences, engineering, finance, statistics, mathematics, etc. The […]

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Dynamics of the capillary rise: a peculiar occurrence of oscillations

My name is Mateusz Świtała and I am at my fifth year on Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland. My subject of study is Applied Mathematics and I am also giving tutorials in mathematical software programming. This work with younger students is very […]

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Ulam Computer Simulations Workshop – 2017 Lviv, Ukraine, June 21-24

  In 2017, 70 years will elapse from the invention of the Monte Carlo method – one of the greatest numerical algorithms to solve the problems in various fields of physical and life sciences, engineering, finance, statistics, mathematics, etc. One of the key figures in this invention was Stan (Stanislaw) […]

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MODCLIM International Dissemination Seminar

  On September 13, 2016 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST), Poland, hosted MODCLIM International Dissemination Seminar, which main objective was  to disseminate the results of 2-year MODCLIM (Modeling Clinic for Industrial Mathematics) project in the framework of  Erasmus Plus – Strategic Partnership Program, funded by the European Commission […]

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Solving integro-differential equations arising in material science

My name is Szymon Sobieszek and currently I am a fourth-year Applied Mathematics student at the Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland. My scientific interests are mostly aimed at the deterministic methods in industrial mathematics. In connection to these, I have recently (July […]

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