Mykhaylo Andriychuk

Pidstryhach Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics

Prof. Andriychuk obtained the M.Sc. degree in computational mathematics from the Lviv National University, the Ph.D. degree in application of computational techniques from the Kyiv National University, and the D.Sc. degree in mathematical modelling from the Lviv Polytechnic National University in 1976, 1987, and 2015, respectively. He has been employed by the Pidstryhach Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics (IAPMM), Ukraine for more than 40 years. Currently, he is the Head of Department of the Numerical Methods in Mathematical Physics at the IAPMM. His professional performance includes more than 160 papers in the scientific journals and international conference proceedings, which concern to the diffraction and antenna synthesis theory, optimization methods and nonlinear integral and matrix equations. He is author of two monographs in antenna theory. Dr. Andriychuk is IEEE Member since 1995, and IEEE Senior Member since 2003.

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Numerical Simulation - from Theory to Industry is the edited book containing 25 chapters and divided into four parts. Part 1 is devoted to the background and novel advances of numerical simulation; second part contains simulation applications in the macro- and micro-electrodynamics. Part 3 includes contributions related to fluid dynamics in the natural environment and scientific applications; the last, fourth part is dedicated to simulation in the industrial areas, such as power engineering, metallurgy and building. Recent numerical techniques, as well as software the most accurate and advanced in treating the physical phenomena, are applied in order to explain the investigated processes in terms of numbers. Since the numerical simulation plays a key role in both theoretical and industrial research, this book related to simulation of many physical processes, will be useful for the pure research scientists, applied mathematicians, industrial engineers, and post-graduate students.

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