More nanomaths … Coexistence of wrinkles and blisters in supported graphene

Coexistence of wrinkles and blisters in supported graphene Kuan Zhang (LaCàN, U. Politècnica de Catalunya) and Marino Arroyo (LaCàN, UPC) During this project we examined the mechanics of bubbles in supported graphene. In experiments, graphene bubbles have been observed with different sizes and shapes. The reported radii of the circular […]

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Nanofluid solar collectors

Modelling the efficiency of a nanofluid-based direct absorption collector Solar energy has the capacity to solve one of the most pressing needs facing modern society: namely the development of a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy source. The potential benefit of this decentralised and inexhaustible natural source is demonstrated by the […]

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Master Programs at FMI, Sofia University, Evaluated as ECMI Model Master in Industrial Mathematics

The first specialization in Computational mathematics at FMI was created back in the 1959/60 academic year, inside the Department of Higher Analysis. It comprised of Numerical methods, Linear programming, Computers and programming, Theory of information as compulsory disciplines. Among the diploma works, given to the first students, graduating from this […]

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Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University as a Member of ECMI

FMI, SU, is a member of ECMI since 2011. In 2012, two of its Master programs (MP) were evaluated by the ECMI Educational Committee as ECMI Model Master in Industrial Mathematics. The Master program Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Modelling (CMMM) was evaluated in branch Technomathematics, and the Master program Mathematical […]

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Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” (SU) is the oldest higher education institution in Bulgaria. It was founded in 1888 and since then provides high level education in humanities and sciences. With more than 25000 students, SU is the largest Bulgarian university with 104 degree programmes, offered by 16 faculties. SU […]

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Bridging the semantic gap using geometric multi-model fitting

Computer Vision ultimately aims to mimic human visual perception. Although this ambitious goal has inspired research efforts towards the design of automatic systems that can effectively analyze and extract information from visual data, there is still an unfulfilled need for compact, abstract representations of this content in order to bridge […]

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Mathematical morphology and uncertainty quantification for the modeling of dual phase steel

This project is part of a collaboration between the ADAMSS Centre at Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy) and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal, Tokio (Japan), and originates from a previous collaboration between Nippon Steel and WIAS – Berlin, another ECMI Centre, involving other areas of mathematical expertise. Thus it […]

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