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Laboratorio de investigación griego especializado en análisis numérico ofrece asistencia como socio o subcontratista a centros de I+D e industrias

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOGR20170124001
Publicado:
02/03/2017
Caducidad:
02/03/2018
Resumen:
Un equipo de investigación griego especializado en ecuaciones diferenciales en derivadas parciales con trabajos reconocidos en la comunidad científica ofrece métodos para biomecánica, mecánica computacional, medioambiente, oceanografía, etc. El laboratorio busca universidades/centros de I+D e industrias con el fin de mejorar los métodos numéricos actuales o desarrollar métodos nuevos bajo acuerdos de investigación o cooperación técnica.

Details

Tittle:
A Greek research laboratory specializing in numerical analysis offers its support as a partner or subcontractor for R-Y-D institutions and industrial entities
Summary:
The Greek experienced research team is active in the field of numeric partial differential equations with recognised works in the scientific community. The methods supported by the team can be used in bio-mechanics, computational mechanics, environment, oceanography etc. The laboratory is seeking universities/R-Y-D institutions and industrial entities that want to improve existing relevant numerical methods or develop new ones under a research or technical cooperation agreement.
Description:
Numerical methods are techniques by which mathematical problems are formulated so that they can be solved with arithmetic operations. Although there are many kinds of numerical methods, they have one common characteristic: they invariably involve large numbers of tedious arithmetic calculations (Climate and meteorological calculations, calculation of the occurrence of turbulent flow in open channels etc.).

With the development of fast and efficient digital computers, the role of numerical methods in naval and other engineering, environmental, and other, problem solving has increased dramatically in recent years.

The research team has experience in mathematical modeling, simulation and solving numeric partial differential equations arising in physical phenomena as:


· Atmospheric and water pollution: mathematical modeling of production and dispersion of pollutants from industrial activities and transport. Their reduction requires the numerical solution of systems of partial differential equations arising from the simulation of emissions, their release, diffussion of particles and other chemical reactions.
· Bio medical flow problems: blood flow, the three-dimensional reconstruction of organ geometries, flow-elastic structure interaction.
· Biomechanics: bone modeling, wave propagation in human long bones.
· Computational fluid dynamics: development of novel, efficient and accurate numerical techniques for solving relevant complex problems as well as implementation of fast numerical algorithms and derivation of approximate mathematical models.
· Computational mechanics and optimization problems: finite-elements, finite-differences, state space approach, genetic algorithms.
· Computational oceanography: development of autonomous, long-term in-situ exploration deep glider prototypes for further understanding, improved monitoring, and responsible exploitation of the marine environment of the deep ocean at large spatial-temporal scales.
· Numerical simulations of viscoelastic flows in Newtonian fluid flow problems.
· Wave´s phenomena in the sea environment: surface gravity waves, acoustic waves in water column, propagation-scattering, water surface wave propagation, coastal hydrodynamics (tsunami propagation, tsunami hazard and risk assessment).

The Research team´s laboratory is experienced in maritime engineering and advanced computational/numerical methods. It´s research objectives so far were those listed below:

Numerical solutions with finite differences and finite elements of various problems
· Non-linear differential equations / systems,
· Soliton waves,
· Diffusion / leakage equations with applications in the diffusion of pollutants,
· Wave Propagation in the marine environment applications in sea bottom recognition, marine acoustic resonance, in the acoustic detection of submarines etc.


The Greek team is willing to establish research and/or technical cooperation agreement with universities, R-Y-D institutions and/or industrial entities (i.e. SMEs) that are active in the field of numerical methods or are willing to apply them for the improvement of their products or services.
Advantages and Innovations:
The long experience of the research team allows developing numerical techniques in the every field, where partial differential equations/systems describing physical phenomena arise. The team gives strong emphasis on the development of innovative analytic, asymptotic, computational and hybrid methods, which analyse, optimise and give better solutions either to existing ones for the aforementioned phenomena or developing new ones.
Stage of Development:
Under development/lab tested
IPs:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
The Greek research team wishes to collaborate, as a partner or subcontractor, with :

- universities and/or R-Y-D institutions that are active in numerical methods in order to establish research cooperation agreement (participation in EU collaborative programmes)

- universities and/or R-Y-D institutions that are active in numerical methods for the improvement of existing relevant numerical methods or development of new ones under a technical cooperation agreement, and/or

- industrial entities (i.e. SMEs) that will apply the numerical methods for improving their products under a technical cooperation agreement.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English
Greek

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
02009011 Air pollution control for cars and transport
02006006 Construction engineering (design, simulation)
02006005 Construction maintenance and monitoring methods & equipment
01005005 Filtrado de información, semántica, estadística
06001013 Tecnología médica / ingeniería biomédica