On December 30th, 2019 rector magnificus of the University of Latvia signed the order to form the Institute of Numerical Modelling (INM) under the Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Optometry.
The Institute is based on the Laboratory for Mathematical Modeling of Environmental and Technological Processes (VTPMML), established in 1994, which has grown radically over 25 years of expansion.
Opening of the our new rooms at Zellu Str. 23.
More pictures from the opening.
Sergejs Spitāns has successfully defended his PhD thesis "Investigation of turbulent free surface flow of liquid metal in electromagnetic field" during the session of the specialized Promotion Board in Physics and Astronomy of the University of Latvia on August 28th, 2015 (scientific supervisor A. Jakovics
). Reviewers of the work were Dr. phys. Sergejs Pavlovs (Latvia), Dr. phys. Valdis Bojarevičs (UK)un Dr. Knud Thomsen (Switzerland).
In the frame of European Union Construction Week 2015 in Latvia our laboratory was organized a workshop at Energy efficiency research centre located at the Botanical Garden of the University of Latvia "Energy Efficiency Monitoring".
Our laboratory has successfully participated in the "REHVA Annual Meeting and Conference 2015" presenting a paper "Analysis of Thermal Comfort Conditions and Actual Energy Efficiency for Different Heating Systems in Test Buildings" as a poster.
Our laboratory has successfully participated in the exhibition "Māja I 2015".
Our laboratory has successfully participated in the exhibition "Environment and Energy" held in Riga. Visitors were introduced to the latest ESF co-financed project in the field of building energy efficiency research.
Results of the research of building constructions´ energy efficiency and sustainability in Latvian climate has been published (University of Latvia, scientific editor A. Jakovičs, 326 p.).
Dr. phys. Uldis Bethers takes over the management of the laboratory after the elections. Until now, almost 20 years the laboratory headed by Dr. phys. Andris Jakovičs.
On June 26, Energy Efficiency Center was opened at University of Latvia, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics (LU FMF).
Center was opened by University´s rector Mārcis Auziņš and the head of LU FMF Department of Physics Sandris Lācis, as well as by the author, founder and dirtor of the Center Andris Jakovičs.
The center, which is located in the basement floor of Faculty the Physics and Mathematics, has 9 workplaces, conference room, powerful computer cluster, as well as experimental and measurement equipment, many of which are unique no only for Latvia.
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Stanislavs Gendelis is certificated by Infrared Training Center as Level 2 Thermographer.
Mihails Ščepanskis has successfully defended his PhD thesis "The Modelling of the Behaviourof Solid Inclusions in the EM Induced Recirculated Turbulent Flows of Liquid Metal" during the session of the specialized Promotion Board in Physics and Astronomy of the University of Latvia on February 7th, 2014 (scientific supervisor A. Jakovics). Reviewers of the work were Dr. V. Bojarēvičs (UK), Dr. I. Grants (Germany) un Dr. K. Ērglis (Latvia).
More than 80 participants take part and 13 presentations were presented at 72nd University´s of Latvia Scientific Conference Session "Building thermophysics, energy efficiency and sustainability in Latvian climate". Main research results and analysis presented include the monitoring data of the first experiment run year in 5 test buildings. This study was implemented by our laboratory.
More information about project and research results can be gound here (in Latvian): www.eem.lv
The 7th international colloquium "Modelling for Electromagnetic Processing" will be organized by Institute of Electrotechnology, University of Hannover in collaboration with our laboratory at 16-19 September, 2014.
On the 17th - 20th October our laboratory has successfully participated in the exhibition "Environment and Energy" held in Riga. Visitors were introduced to the latest ERDF co-financed project in the field of building energy efficiency research.
Laboratory workers have successfully participated in the international conference "CLIMA 2013" from 16 to 19 June, presenting 4 scientific papers.