MODCLIM Events

The scheduled events are: 

This event will be held at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, along two weeks (16-27, March 2015).

    MODCLIM Training School 2015  includes the following compact courses on the first week, March 16-20:

    1. Introduction to continuum mechanics with application to the medical treatment of eye (corneal topography).

        Dr. Lukasz Plociniczak - Wroclaw University of Technology.

    2. Modelling and optimization of wind farms/ solar farms.

        Dr. Gustavo Montero, Dr. Felipe Diaz, Dr. Eduardo Barrera - University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

    and the compact courses on the second week, March 23-27, are:

    3. Mathematical models for semiconductor industry.

        Dr. Vittorio Romano - Università di Catania

    4. Ecomathematics, mathematical models in ecology/ environmental engineering.

        Dr. Virpi Junttila - Lappeenranta University of Technology.

 

 Following is the list of selected students for the 1st Training School 2015 approved by the MODCLIM Selection and Steering committees:

 

Surname Name Home University
Ahmadi Zeleti Zeinab Lappeenranta University of Technology
Álamo Meneses Guillermo M. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Coco Marco University of Catania
Corridore Sergio University of Catania
Cortes Garcia Idoia Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
Da Silva Guimarães     Sérgio G. Universidade de Lisboa
Folguera Blasco Núria Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
Font Carme  Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
Fritsche Sergiy University of Koblenz
Gensheimer Florian University of Koblenz
Giuffrida Danilo University of Catania
Jędrzejewski Arkadiusz Wrocław University of Technology
Martynov Ivan Lappeenranta University of Technology
Michałowski Marcin Wrocław University of Technology
Ramos de Miguel Ángel Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Skarupski Marek Wrocław University of Technology
Sosa Marco Adriel Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Tolonen Miika Lappeenranta University of Technology
Velho Iolanda  Universidade de Lisboa
Wijaya  Karunia Putra      University of Koblenz

 

Moreover, Ms. Ghezlane Halhoul Merabet from the Mohammed V University of Rabat (Soussi), participates as invited student to the Training School 2015. 

 

MODCLIM INTERMEDIATE PROJECT ASSIGNMENT 2015

Once the Training School 2015 has finished, the lecturers will define a project assignment that will consist of (1) studying some materials (2) working on a computational task, typically like an extended and more demanding exercise and (3) editing a project report. The projects will represent the Training School topics:

1. Modelling eye structure
2. Wind energy
3. Semiconductors (TBD)
4. Environment, “Climate Friendly Forest Owner”

The project titles and descriptions will be published on the MODCLIM Forum at the beginning of April 2015. Each MODCLIM student will be assigned to one project group.

Each student should indicate (1) his/her preferred choice and (2) the secondary choice, using the form available in the MODCLIM webpage until April 9th at the latest. The Coordinators will assign the project teams based on student preferences. If some topic becomes too crowded, we will suggest some students to move to the second option.

From April to June of 2015, the teams will work on their problem by communicating via internet, skype etc. The MODCLIM lecturers will provide some remote guidance and supervision of the project team.

The student team should select one among themselves to act as the team leader and contact person to communicate with the lecturer. The team should self-organize, divide sub tasks, agree who will edit the final report etc.

 

INTERMEDIATE PROJEC TEAMS - 2015

According to the preferences of the students, on 13th of April of 2015 were assigned the four intermediate project teams as follows: 

Name Surname Home University Project Team
Sergio Corridore Università degli Studi di Catania Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Idoia Cortes García Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Núria Folguera Blasco Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Carme  Font Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Florian Gensheimer Universität Koblenz-Landau Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Marcin Michalowski Politechnika Wroclawska Environment, "Climate Friendly Forest Owner"
Sergiy Fritsche Universität Koblenz-Landau Modelling eye structure
Danilo Giuffrida Università degli Studi di Catania Modelling eye structure
Arkadiusz Jedrzejewski Politechnika Wroclawska Modelling eye structure
Marek Skarupski Politechnika Wroclawska Modelling eye structure
Iolanda Velho Universidade de Lisboa - IST Modelling eye structure
Karunia Putra    Wijaya Universität Koblenz-Landau Modelling eye structure
Guillermo M. Álamo Meneses    Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Semiconductors (TBD)
Marco Coco Università degli Studi di Catania Semiconductors (TBD)
Ángel  Ramos Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Semiconductors (TBD)
Adriel Sosa Marco Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Semiconductors (TBD)
Zeinab Ahmadi Zeleti Lappeenranta University of Technology Wind energy
Sérgio G.  Guimarães Faculdade de Ciências-Universidade de Lisboa     Wind energy
Ghezlane Halhoul Merabet    Université Mohamed V de  Rabat, Morocco Wind energy
Ivan Martynov Lappeenranta University of Technology Wind energy
Miika Tolonen Lappeenranta University of Technology Wind energy

 

This event will be a Workshop on Computational and Modelling Problems for Industry, and it will be held at Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland (7th to 11th, September 2015).

The problems to be developed in the workshop are the following:

1. How to measure the intra-ocular pressure.

   Dr. Lukasz Plociniczak - Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland)

The intra-ocular pressure (IOP) is one of the most important parameters which are relevant for a proper eye care. It is essentially a pressure of a fluid that fills the interior chambers of the eye and it is measured in mmHg. Ophthalmologists agree that the range of IOP for normal and healthy eyes lies between 10 and 20 mmHg with the mean around 15-16mmHg. The value of IOP that is located above the aforementioned normal range may be an indicator of a development of a disease called the glaucoma which in turn may lead to a vision damage and even blindness. Therefore, the determination of a true value of IOP is crucial for diagnosing this very serious sight disorder.

2. Thrusters with additional stators.

   Dr. Joonas Sorvari - Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)

Today’s tunnel thrusters in ships have only one fix pitch or controllable pitch propeller. With this configuration thruster outflow have tangential component which creates thrust and radial component creating mainly losses. Objective is to design stator blades which would enhance the efficiency of the propeller, by using this radial component, in order to create additional thrust.

3. Solar farm modeling.

   Dr. Felipe Diaz - University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

The problem to be solved is the modeling of a photovoltaic farm as arises in real life. Placing it in different locations such as level ground, a horizontal or sloping roof shall be considered.

4. Detection and compensation of Vortex Induced Vibrations.

   Dr. Sergey Lupuleac - Saint Petersburg State Polytecnical University (Russia)

As a part of deliveries of work over riser systems FMC Technologies provide riser monitoring systems. The systems perform measurements of load and deformation at specified positions on the work-­‐over systems and on permanent equipment such as subsea trees and wellheads. Based on load input from sensors the FMC monitoring system can continuously calculate load distributions in lower stack.

5. Non-aerobic water purification reactor.

   Dr. Tuomo Kauranne - Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)

Anaerobic wastewater purification processes have been increasingly used in the last few decades. These processes are important because they have positive effects: depollution of higher organic loading, which includes low sludge production and high pathogen removal, methane gas production and low energy consumption. The increased interest in these processes has stimulated mathematical modelling, because it is usually much faster and less expensive to model a system and to simulate its operation than to perform laboratory experiments. Here we need to analyse how mathematical descriptions of bacterial population dynamics can model real data. Parameters which are simultaneously determined using information from the experiments have more reliable estimates. We ask the group to construct a model to predict the outlet Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) with respect to varying operational parameters such as organic loading, COD/ sulphate ratio and reaction time and compare it with actual results.

6. Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell.

   Dr. Massimo Camarda - Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI, Switzerland)

The project will concentrate on modeling and performance optimization of a semiconductor device, focusing on a pn junction, which is a key component in solar cells.

7. Mathematical modeling of displacements and thermal stresses in anisotropic materials in cooling.

   Dr. Jari Järvinen - CSC, Finish IT Center for Science

In this theme, the mathematical equations for transient and coupled heat transfer, displacements and thermal stresses are formulated for isotropic/anisotropic 3D and axi-symmetric solid material (sapphire) during the cooling. It is assumed, that the solid is initially at temperature close to its melting point temperature, and the cooling takes place until the solid is at room temperature. The cooling is organized with decreasing heater power (heat source) in the system, or with decreasing temperature (transient Dirichlet) boundary condition on the external wall of the system.

 

Following is the list of participants - instructors, expert contributors and students- who have attended to the Workshop of Computational and Modeling Problems for Industry:

Name Surname Home University Role Attendance to the problem solving workshop
Sergey  Lupuleac  St. Petersburg State Politechnical University (Russia)  Instructor Detection and compensation of Vortex Induced Vibrations
Bachir  Nail  University of Djelfa (Algeria)  Invited student  Detection and compensation of Vortex Induced Vibrations
Hakim Bagua  University of Djelfa (Algeria)  Invited student Detection and compensation of Vortex Induced Vibrations
Borivoj Stepanov University of Novi Sad (Serbia) Student Detection and compensation of Vortex Induced Vibrations
Lukasz Plociniczak Wrocław University of Technology (Poland) Instructor How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Danilo Giuffrida Università degli Studi di Catania (Italy) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Karunia Putra    Wijaya University of Koblenz - Landau (Germany) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Sergiy Fritsche University of Koblenz - Landau (Germany) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Arkadiusz Jędrzejewski Wrocław University of Technology (Poland) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Marek Skarupski Wrocław University of Technology (Poland) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Maria Churilova Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Gaetano Formato University of Milan (Italy) Student How to measure the intra-ocular pressure
Jari Järvinen CSC, Finish IT Center for Science (Finland) Instructor Mathematical modeling of displacements and thermal stresses...
Tero Tuovinen University of Jyváskylá (Finland) Student Mathematical modeling of displacements and thermal stresses...
Timo Tiihonen University of Jyváskylá (Finland) Student Mathematical modeling of displacements and thermal stresses...
Verdiana Masanja University of Rwanda (Rwanda) Expert contributor Mathematical modeling of displacements and thermal stresses...
Tuomo Kauranne Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland) Instructor Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Carme Font Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Idoia Cortes Garcia Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Núria Folguera Blasco Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Florian Gensheimer University of Koblenz - Landau (Germany) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Marcin Michałowski Wrocław University of Technology (Poland) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Sergey Berezin Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Dipal Shah The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (India) Student Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Natasa Krejic University of Novi Sad (Serbia) Expert contributor Non-aerobic water purification reactor
Massimo Camarda Carmelo    Università degli Studi di Catania (Italy) Instructor Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Adriel Sosa Marco University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Guillermo M. Álamo Meneses University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Artem Eliseev Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Nadezhda Zaitseva Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Olga  Minevich Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Tatiana Pogarskaya Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic Univ. (Russia) Student Performance of a pn junction in a solar cell
Felipe Díaz Reyes  University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) Instructor Solar farm modeling
Ivan  Martynov  Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland) Student Solar farm modeling
Miika  Tolonen  Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland) Student Solar farm modeling 
Sergio  Corridore  Università degli Studi di Catania (Italy) Student Solar farm modeling 
Joonas  Sorvari  Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)  Instructor  Thrusters with additional stators 
Zeinab  Ahmadi Zeleti  Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)  Student  Thrusters with additional stators  
Asvinkumar Chaudhari  Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)  Student  Thrusters with additional stators  
Mithunkumar Bhatt  The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (India)  Student  Thrusters with additional stators  
Dhanesh  Patel  The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (India)  Expert contributor     Thrusters with additional stators  

 

Mr. Bachir Nail and Mr. Hakim Bagua, from the University of Djelfa (Algeria), have attended to this MODCLIM event as invited students by the Department of Mathematics and Physics (LUT, Finland)). 

 

This event will be held at University of Catania, Italy, along two weeks (14-27, February 2016).

MODCLIM Training School 2016 includes the following compact courses on the first week, February 15-19:

    1. Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection.

        Dr. M. Rosário Oliveira - Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa.

    2. Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models.

        Dr. Susana Serna - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

    and the compact courses on the second week, February 22-26, are:

    3. Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications.

        Dr. Giuseppe Bilotta - Università degli Studi di Catania.

    4. Dynamic Network optimization and applications in civil security.

        Dr. Jan Ohst - Universität Koblenz-Landau.

 

Following is the list of students involved in the Training School 2016 approved by the MODCLIM Selection and Steering committees:

 

Surname Name Home University
Astuto Clarissa Universitá degli Studi di Catania
Balcerek Michal Wrocław University of Technology
Filiminov Roman Lappeenranta University of Technology
González Pérez Francisco Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Halffmann Pascal University of Koblenz-Landau
Liu    Hongtao University of Koblenz-Landau
Luca  Liliana Universitá degli Studi di Catania
Nastasi Giovanni Universitá degli Studi di Catania
Pimentel Rita Universidade de Lisboa
Riera Augé Carles Università Autònoma de Barcelona
Shah Dipal Kumarpal     Lappeenranta University of Technology
Socorro Marrero Guillermo V. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Stissi Santina Chiara Universitá degli Studi di Catania
Subtil Freitas García  Ana Universidade de Lisboa
Zorawik Tomasz Wrocław University of Technology

 

MODCLIM INTERMEDIATE PROJECT ASSIGNMENT 2016

Each of the Training school lecturers will define a project assignment that will consist of (1) studying some materials (2) working on a computational task, typically like extended and more demanding exercise and (3) editing a project report. The projects will represent the Training School 2016 topics:

                       1. Hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications,
                       2. Extracting information from data: Principal Component Analysis, Robustness, and Outlier Detection,
                       3. Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models
                       4. Dynamic Network Optimization and Applications in Civil Security.

The project titles and descriptions will be published on the MODCLIM Forum. Each MODCLIM student will be assigned to one project group.

Each student should indicate (1) His/her preferred choice and (2) the secondary choice. If some topic becomes too crowded, we will suggest some students to move to the second option. Send your preferences (topic of preference 1 and preference 2) through the MODCLIM website filling in the form available by March 3rd at the latest. We will assign the project teams based on your preferences.

The teams will work on their problem by communicating via internet, skype etc. from March to May of 2016. The MODCLIM lecturers will provide some remote guidance and supervision of the project team.

The student team should select one among themselves to act as the team leader and contact person to communicate with the lecturer. The team should self-organize, divide sub tasks, agree who will edit the final report etc.

 

INTERMEDIATE PROJEC TEAMS - 2016

According to the preferences of the students, on 13th of March of 2016 were assigned the four intermediate project teams as follows:

Surname Name Home University Project Team
Astuto Clarissa Universitá degli Studi di Catania  Smoothed particle hydrodynamic...
Bachir Nail University of Djelfa  Extracting information from data...
Balcerek Michal Wrocław University of Technology  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration...
Filiminov Roman Lappeenranta University of Technology  Dynamic network optimization and applications in Civil Security
González Pérez Francisco Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria     Smoothed particle hydrodynamic...
Hakim Bagua University of Djelfa  Dynamic network optimization and applications in Civil Security
Halffmann Pascal University of Koblenz-Landau  Extracting information from data...
Liu    Hongtao University of Koblenz-Landau  Dynamic network optimization and applications in Civil Security
Luca  Liliana Universitá degli Studi di Catania  Smoothed particle hydrodynamic...
Nastasi Giovanni Universitá degli Studi di Catania  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration...
Pimentel Rita Universidade de Lisboa  Extracting information from data...
Riera Augé Carles Università Autònoma de Barcelona  Smoothed particle hydrodynamic...
Shah Dipal Kumarpal    Lappeenranta University of Technology  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration...
Socorro Marrero Guillermo V. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration...
Stissi Santina Chiara Universitá degli Studi di Catania  Smoothed particle hydrodynamic...
Subtil Freitas García  Ana Universidade de Lisboa  Extracting information from data...
Zorawik Tomasz Wrocław University of Technology  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration...

 

Moreover, two students from the University of Djelfa (Algeria, which is an Associated Entity to MODCLIM Project) have applied for participation in the Intermediate Project Teams 2016, and they have been accepted and involved in the Project Teams "Extracting information from data: Principal Component Analysis, Robustness, and Outlier Detection" and "Dynamic network optimization and applications in Civil Security". Both students have attended (as invited students) to the Problem Solving Workshop 2015 (Lappeenranta University of Technology, September 2015).

This event will be held at University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany (from the 17th to the 21st of May, 2016), along a week. Some of the problems that will be addressed in this workshop are: 

1. Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection.

   Dr. Mª Rosário Oliveira - Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal).

The classi cation of Internet applications is a task of great importance for network operators, who need to monitor the applications running on their networks for several purposes. Given that applications have di fferent performance requirements, network managers must recognize at least the critical applications to be sure that they get the quality of service they need. Also, since applications have di fferent traffic characteristics, some may have a larger impact on the traffic but lower performance requirements or lower utility for the customers. In these cases, traffic control mechanisms may be implemented, more especially in corporate networks, to prioritize some applications, or to limit the throughput of others. Thus, traffic classi cation is useful for network managers and network designers to optimize the customers' satisfaction. Due to the increasing use of dynamic ports and encryption, statistical methods will soon become the only viable method for Internet traffic classifi cation. Typically, statistical classi fication methods are based on packet flow characteristics such as the flow duration, the mean packet sizes or the mean packetinter-arrival times. These characteristics are called flow features. In this case, when a new flow is to be classifi ed, the classi er uses a set of selected features to make its decision. Selecting the most important features is a key task for traffic classi fication that greatly impacts the e ffectiveness of the classi fication algorithms.

 

2. Super-resolution recovery of video imaging through turbulence.

   Dr. Susana Serna - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain).

Images taken outside are often corrupted by atmospheric turbulence. Objects in distance scenes recorded by a video appear distorted due to atmospheric changes between the camera and the object. This effect is common in astronomy imaging and surveillance systems. Moreover, low-resolution images in the latter make difficult  to recognize an object which occupies a small portion of a low-resolution corrupted video. The objective is to provide a method to enhance the resolution and improve the image quality of a (low-resolution) video affected by atmospheric turbulence.

 

3. Modeling paper coating with SPH.

   Dr. Giuseppe Bilotta - Università degli Studi di Catania (Italy). 

Paper coating is a general name for a family of industrial processes whose aim is to coat paper with specific materials (polymers, resins, compound materials) to impart specific properties (a given weight, gloss, smoothness, reduced ink absorbency, water resistance, etc).

Paper coating can be differentiated by the time at which the coating happens (during paper-making: on-machine coating; or on a separate machine: off-machine coating), by the coating material used as well as by the mechanics of the process itself (gravure coating, reverse-roll, coating, gap coating, metering rod coating, slot die/extrusion coating, dip coating, curtain coating, air-knife coating, etc).

The coating materials can be of various nature, but are often compound materials of pigments (typically some clay, titanium dioxide or calcium carbonate), that impart the desired property, and binders (natural, such as starch, or synthetic, such as styrene-butadiene or vinyl acrylic latices), which ensures that the pigment particles adhere to the paper web. As such, they often exhibit non-Newtonian behavior.

The choice of coating material can also have an impact on the choice (and thus complexity and cost) of the coating process, and it is therefore important to study the behavior of each fluid under the mechanical process involved..

 

4. Modifying quickest flow problems to obtain realistic evacuation paths.

   Dr. Jan Ohst - Universitat Koblenz-Landau (Germany).

When thinking about evacuation processes the first thing that comes to mind are evacuation routes, usually designated by properly placed guiding signs. Representing the evacuation process as a dynamic flow, the edges carrying flow have a tree (or forest) structure. However, a dynamic quickest flow does in general not provide solutions with this property (some sources might use several different paths to the sinks), since there are no mechanisms present to enforce a tree structure.

In this project we aim to construct single evacuation routes for every source in a network. To do this, we explore two approaches: (a) Modifying a dynamic quickest flow solution in order to obtain the required properties, and (b) extracting a tree subgraph of the original network, on which the dynamic quickest flow problem is solved.

  

In the next llinks are available an info sheet and the preliminary schedule of the event:

 

Following is the list of participants - instructors and students- who have attended to the International Modeling Workshop 2016:

Name Surname Home University Role Attendance to the problem solving workshop
Jan   Ohst  Universität Koblenz-Landau  Instructor     Dynamic network optimization and applications in civil security
Roman  Filimonov  Lappeenranta University of Technology                        Student     Dynamic network optimization and applications in civil security
Hongtao Liu Universität Koblenz-Landau Student     Dynamic network optimization and applications in civil security
Bagua Hakim University of Djelfa Invited      student       Dynamic network optimization and applications in civil security
 Mª Rosário                   Oliveira Universidade de Lisboa  Instructor  Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection 
 Rita Pimentel Universidade de Lisboa Student Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection 
 Ana Subtil Freitas Garcia       Universidade de Lisboa   Student  Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection 
Halffmann Pascal Willi Universität Koblenz-Landau  Student Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection 
Nail Bachir University of Djelfa  Invited      student       Extracting information from data: Principal component analysis, robustness, and outlier detection 
Susana   Serna Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona  Instructor Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Dipal Kumarpal  Shah Lappeenranta University of Technology

Student  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Guillermo V. Socorro Marrero                          Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria  Student  Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Giovanni Nastasi Università degli Studi di Catania  Student Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Michal Balcerek Wroclaw University of Technology  Student Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Tomas Zorawik Wroclaw University of Technology  Student Image Analysis. Focus on image restoration based on variational models 
Giuseppe Bilotta Università degli Studi di Catania  Instructor Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications  
Francisco  González Pérez                     Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria  Student  Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications 
Clarissa Astuto Università degli Studi di Catania  Student Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications 
Liliana Luca Università degli Studi di Catania  Student Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications 
Santina Chiara Sissi Università degli Studi di Catania  Student Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications 
Carles Riera Augé Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona   Student Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for non Newtonian fluids and applications 
         

 

Photos Workshop LUT