Thesis: Scalable Domain Decomposition Methods for Solution of Statics Problems
Thesis: The assessment of possibility of initiation of parametric vibration at winding cages
High Performance Computing, Domain Decomposition Method, Krylov subspace methods, Applied Linear Algebra
- Project Spomech – Creating a multidisciplinary R&D team for reliable solution of mechanical problems, reg. no. CZ.1.07/2.3.00/20.0070 within Operational Programme ‘Education for competitiveness’ funded by Structural Funds of the European Union and state budget of the Czech Republic.
- Development and implementation of scalable the algorithms for the solution of quadratic programming contact problems.
- Computationally intensive simulations and optimization provided by Ministry of Education, MSM6198910027, http://comsio.vsb.cz/.
- International project PRACE (see http://www.prace-project.eu).
- Scalable algorithms based on the domain decomposition methods for the solution of transient contact and impact problems with friction, (Czech Science Foundation, Post-doc project 2013).
- Opportunity For Young Researchers | CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0016
The algorithms implemented in MatSol library are based on our long-term research focused on the development of scalable algorithms for multibody contact and contact shape optimization problems, 2D or 3D, with or without friction. Isotropic and anisotropic, Tresca and Coulomb friction models are supported.
Prof. Peter Wriggers’ group, Theme: Contact problems, nonlinear mechanics.