Institute annual report 2020

(version of December 22, 2020)

Human resources

The Numerical Analysis and Approximation Theory workgroup:

The Numerical Modeling workgroup:

PhD advisors

  • Dr. rer. nat. habil. Nicolae Suciu supervises PhD theses.
    He has recently supervised the thesis Filtered density functions for uncertainty assessment of transport in groundwater, by Lennart Schüler, defended on September 8, 2016, at Jena University, Germany; the thesis received the distinction Magna Cum Laudae.
  • Prof. dr. Ion Păvăloiu, honorary member, has supervised -in the past- 8 PhD theses at North University of Baia-Mare and at Babeş-Bolyai University.
  • Prof. dr. Octavian Agratini, who supervises PhD theses at Babes-Bolyai University.

Papers published in 2020 in JCR/ISI indexed journals:

Papers in JCR journals from abroad

Papers in JCR journals from Romania

Papers published in other journals

Prizes

  • M. Nechita, Sir George Jessel studentship, University College London (february 2020).

Papers accepted and published online in JCR/ISI journals [with coordinates to follow in 2021]

Preprints in Arxiv

Papers accepted

  • N. Suciu, Global random walk solutions for flow in porous media, accepted paper, ENUMATH 2019 Proceedings, to apear (Springer)

Posts in notable repositories

Members of Editorial Boards

Conferences organized

Conferences attended by the members of the Institute

International conferences

  • C.D. Alecsa, I. Boros, F. Frank, P. Knabner, M. Nechita, A. Prechtel, A. Rupp, N. Suciu, D443: Numerical benchmark study for flow in highly heterogeneous aquifers, EGU General Assembly 2020 – Sharing Geoscience Online, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-10504
  • O. Agratini, Using the sequences of linear operators to approximate signals, The 2nd International Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering, MACISE 2020, Madrid, Spain, January 18-20, 2020. https://www.macise.org/#Plenary
  • S.C. Laszlo, C.D. Alecsa, T. Pinta, An extension of the second order dynamical system that models Nesterov’s convex gradient method, Games, Dynamics and Optimization (GDO2020), Rome, Italy, February 24-26, 2020.

National conferences

Grants

  • International grant SU 415/4-1 (https://gepris.dfg.de/gepris/projekt/405338726) obtained by dr. rer. habil. N. Suciu from (Deutschefourschungs Gmemeindschaft), for the project “Integrated global random walk model for reactive transport in groundwater adapted to measurement spatio-temporal scales” (01.10.2018-30.09.2021), in progress at Erlangen-Nuernberg University.
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