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University of Latvia
Leibniz University of Hanover

MMP

Intensive Course for PhD students
Modelling for Material Processing
Riga, September 10-15, 2010

Supported by

Baltic-German University Office with funds from the German Academical Exchange Service (DAAD)

Center of Processes´ Analysis and Research, Ltd.


Aim and Objectives

The main aim of the intensive course is to promote exchange of experience between PhD students (preferably from the second and the third year) from different countries, who are interested in Modelling for Material Processing. They will have the possibility to work together for 8 days because after the Intensive course they are invited to attend the MMP 2010 International Scientific Colloquium.

The intensive course gives students the possibility to attend lectures held by international experts and to exchange experience with them and between themselves in the field of simulation of electromagnetic, acoustic, hydrodynamic, thermal and mass exchange processes, and in executing experimental tests related to simulations.

During the five days course the students will be asked not only to attend lectures but also to develop some projects proposed by the supervisors. At the end of the course they will be asked to present the work done in co-operation with other colleagues.


Course Office and Contact Address

Prof. A. Jakovics, Chairman of the organising committee
Ms. I. Suija, Secretary

Address:
Laboratory for Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Technological Processes,
University of Latvia
Zellu st. 8, LV-1002 Rīga, Latvia
Tel.: +371 67 033 780, Fax: +371 67 033 781


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