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Director of the Institute

prof. Ewa Majchrzak D.Sc, Ph.D. Eng.

e-mail: Ewa.Majchrzak@polsl.pl
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Silesian University of Technology
pokój 102
tel. +48 32 237 1204, tel. +48 32 237 1487
Schedule on polsl.pl



Affiliation:
Institute of Computational and Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Silesian University of Technology
ul. Konarskiego 18a, PL - 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
Tel:+48 32 2371204, Fax:+48 32 2371282
E-mail: ewa.majchrzak@polsl.pl

Discipline:
Computational Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computational Thermomechanics and Materials Science

Education:
MS, Eng - Applied Mathematics, Silesian University of Technology (1980)

Qualifications:
Ph.D Silesian University of Technology, in: construction and machines exploitation (1987)
D.Sc. (habilitation) Silesian University of Technology (1991)
Professor (scientific title) President of Poland (A. Kwaśniewski) (1996)


Professional Positions:
  1. Director of Institute of Computational Mechanics and Engineering (since 2014) and Deputy Head of Department for Strength of Materials and Computational Mechanics, Silesian University of Technology (1997 – 2012)
  2. Member of Committee of Mechanics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2012 – present)
  3. Silesian Branch of Polish Academy of Sciences in Katowice, Foundry Commission, member since 1987, Chair of Section on Numerical Methods (1992-1995)
  4. Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Metallurgy, Section on Casting Processes Theory, member since 1991
  5. Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Mechanics, Section on Numerical Methods in Mechanics, member (1999-2011)
  6. Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Mechanics, Section on Optimization and Control, member (2003 – 2011)
  7. Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Mechanics, Section on Biomechanics, member since 2007
  8. Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee on Informatics, Section on Computational Science, member (2007 – 2010)
  9. World Foundrymen Organization, International Commission 3.3: Computer Simulation of Casting Processes, Section of Computer Methods in Foundry, founder member
  10. Gliwice Branch of Polish Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, member, member of Audit Committee (1997-1999)
  11. Technical Association of Polish Foundrymen, member since 1982
  12. Polish Association for Computational Mechanics, member since 1996
  13. Coordinator of interdisciplinary postgraduate studies “Bioengineering” in frames of “1st stage of the complex program od Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice development” sponsored by EU
  14. Member of Scientific Committee, lecturer of „School of Mathematics” – Conferences “Exact Sciences in Technics” in frames of “Development plan of Czestochowa University of Technology” sponsored by EU

Editorial Boards:
  1. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
  2. Scientific Research of the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Czestochowa University of Technology
  3. Archives of Foundry Engineering
  4. Modelowanie Inżynierskie

Honors and Awards:
  1. Visiting Professor at VUT Brno, Czech Republic, 1997-2007
  2. Brown Cross of Merit 1994
  3. Silver Cross of Merit 1998
  4. Golden Cross of Merit 2002
  5. Shield for Person of Merit for Silesian University of Technology, 1998
  6. Commission of National Education’ Medal, 2006
  7. Knight’s Cross of the Polonia Restituta Order, 2009
  8. Awards of Ministry of Education for two books

Chairs and Members of Conferences Scientific Committee:
  1. International Conference on Parallel Processing & Applied Mathematics, 1999, 2001, member of Scientific Committee
  2. Annual International Symposium “Mezinarodni Sympozium Metody hodnoceni struktury a vlastnosti materialu”, member of Scientific Committee, since 2000
  3. Conference ,,Moving Boundaries VI'', Greece, 2001, Member of Scientific Committee
  4.  International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, member of Scientific Committee
  5. Annual Conference on Solidification of Metals and Alloys, member of Scientific Committee
  6.  ECCOMAS International Symposium IPM on Inverse Problems in Mechanics of Structure and Materials, 2011, 2013, Poland, member of Scientific Conference
  7.  Annual International Conference Achievements in Mechanical & Materials Engineering, member of Scientific Committee (2000-2007)
  8. Conference “Exact Sciences in Technics” 2009, 2010, 2011, member of Scientific Committee

Scientific profile:
Computational science and engineering, heat and mass transfer, bioheat transfer, sensitivity analysis, inverse problems, boundary element method, multiscale heat transfer modelling

Superviser:
Supervisor of 11 Ph.D. Theses, 2 Ph.D Theses in preparation.

Main scientific achievements:

  • Application of the boundary element method in numerical modelling of solidification process. The basic algorithm of the BEM has been extended for strongly non-linear differential equations by introducing the additional procedures linearizing the problem considered. Different variants of the BEM for unsteady thermal diffusion equations were developed. These results were presented in the series of papers published among others in Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, Journal of Cast Metal Research, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Archives of Foundry Engineering, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and summarized in the monograph "Boundary element method in heat transfer", 2001 and chapter "Boundary element method" in book "Numerical Methods in Computations of Foundry Processes'' (B. Mochnacki, J.S. Suchy, 1995).
  • Numerical modelling of bio-heat transfer. Numerical methods, in particular the BEM and FDM, have been applied to the computations of steady and transient temperature fields in domain of biological tissue. The continuous and vessels models were developed. Additionally one can find the papers devoted to numerical simulation of freezing process (cryosurgery), burns prediction etc. The results of scientific researches in this scope have been presented, among others, in: E.Majchrzak, Application of general boundary element method for numerical solution of bioheat transfer equation, Chapter 18 in: J.Murin, V.Kompis, V.Kutis (eds), Computational Modelling and Advanced Simulations, Springer, 2011, 343-361; E.Majchrzak, Modeling and analysis of thermal phenomena, Part IV in: Technical Mechanics, Volume XII: Biomechanics, ed. R.Będziński, IPPT PAN, Warsaw, 2011, 223-361 (in Polish); in the paper published in: CMES: Computer Modelling in Engineering and Sciences, Computer-Assisted Mechanics and Engineering Sciences, Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
  • Sensitivity analysis. The sensitivity analysis of temperature distribution with respect to perturbations of thermal process parameters is also the subject of interest. In particular, the problems of non-linear transient heat diffusion have been considered. The numerical algorithms concerning the transition of basic solution on the others ones corresponding to disturbed input data were presented, among others, in the papers published in Materials Science Forum, Giessereiforschung - International Foundry Research, Archives of Foundry Engineering.
  • Inverse problems in heat and bioheat transfer. Essential achievements in the scope of numerical methods application for inverse problems solution. The inverse problems are connected with identification of parameters determining the course of solidification in a system casting-mould, in other words the strongly non-linear tasks concerning the non-homogeneous domains are considered. The essential part of research works is connected with the identification problems concerning the thermal processes proceeding in living tissues. As an example, the problem of size and position of tumor region on the basis of measurements of temperature field on skin surface has been solved (Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 2007) and the identification of electromagnetic field parameters assuring the cancer destruction during hyperthermia treatment has been done (Inverse Problems in Science & Engineering, 2011).
  •  Microscale heat transfer. The mathematical models of the heat transfer in microscale are essentially different in comparison with the classical macro approach. The existing results have been presented, among others, in the papers published, among others, in Computer Modelling in Engineering and Sciences, Computer Methods in Materials Science, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Scientific Research of the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of Czestochowa University of Technology.

Publications:

Published over 400 papers; 44 of them were published in ISI Web of Science journals. The author of 5 books, editor of 2 books, author of 7 chapters in books and many invited lectures at national and international conferences.


List of publications at the database of the Main Library of the Silesian University of Technology
(database is in the process of upgrading):

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 - Web of Science
 - Journal Citation Reports

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