A Lecture by Professor Abbaszadeh for University of Hassan al-Din in Indonesia

 | Post date: 2021/11/7 | 
Hassan al-Din University of Indonesia (UNHAS) has set up a support program to promote the university and support its professors and researchers, in which the university professors, in collaboration with international researchers, submit a joint research proposal to the LPDP. In this regard, the university invites international professors for international relations under world class university (WCU) program. In the eighth series of webinars titled Top Scientist Webinar, Dr. Mostafa Abbaszadeh from Amirkabir University of Technology, department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Applied Mathematics program was invited as a guest speaker on October 30, 2021, to present the RBF-FD Technique online workshop.
Dr. Mostafa Abbaszadeh is in Applied Mathematics, department of Mathematics and Computer Science at AUT, and his colleague Professor Mohammad Ivan Azis is a professor at the department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Hassan al-Din University. These two professors are working together and with this cooperation the following articles have been published:
  1.   M Abbaszadeh, M Dehghan, MI Azis, The meshless local Petrov–Galerkin method based on moving Taylor polynomial approximation to investigate unsteady diffusion–convection problems of anisotropic functionally …, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 132, 469-48.
  2.  MI Azis, M Abbaszadeh, M Dehghan , A LT-BEM for an unsteady diffusion-convection problem of another class of anisotropic FGMs, International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 1-16.
  3. M Abbaszadeh, M Bayat, M Dehghan, MI Azis, Investigation of generalized Couette hydromagnetic flow of two-step exothermic chemical reaction in a channel via the direct meshless local Petrov–Galerkin method, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 125, 178-189.
  4. MI Azis, M Abbaszadeh, M Dehghan, I Solekhudin, A boundary-only integral equation method for parabolic problems of another class of anisotropic functionally graded materials, Materials Today Communications 26, 101956

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