AWMA virtual seminar n°8

AWMA virtual Seminar n°8

The speaker, Fatma Zohra NOURI is professor at Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria. Fatma Zohra Nouri graduated in Mathematics at University of Annaba, Algeria in 1983. She received a PhD in 1988 in the department of Applied Mathematics at Strathclyde University, UK. She is Director of the Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulation Laboratory. She has written more than 100 scientific and pedagogical publications, including chapters in books, and held positions of invited and visiting professor in Europe, Africa and Middle East. Her current research interest focus on differential equations, numerical analysis, mathematical modeling, image processing and computing. She is also involved in mathematics in industry, medicine, pharmacology and sciences of plant international study groups, since 2009.


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Meeting number (access code):  965 7274 7584
Meeting password: 828748
Date Thursday,  May 06 2021
Time 14:00-15:00 (UTC)
Speaker Prof. Fatma Zohra NOURI
Affiliation  Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria
Domain Applied Mathematics( Numerical analysis)
Title Mullti-Phasic Flows and Applications

Multiphase flow is of important to a variety of processes in natural and engineered porous media with complex heterogeneous features; including interactions among matters such as water, air, and oil. In fluid mechanics/dynamics, multiphase flow is simultaneous flow of materials with different states or phases (i.e. gas, liquid or solid), or materials with different chemical properties but in the same state or phase (i.e. liquid-liquid systems). A persistent theme throughout the study of multiphase flows is the need to model and predict the detailed behavior of those flows and the phenomena that they manifest.

The latest developments combine a powerhouse of theoretical, analytical, and numerical methods to create stronger verification and validation modeling methods. There are three ways in which such models are explored:

  • experimentally, through equipped laboratory-sized models,
  •  theoretically, using mathematical equations,
  • computationally or numerically, exploiting the power of computers to study the complexity of the flow.

These models can be applied effectively for image inpainting.


Thursday, May 6, 2021