Piotr Sebastian Skrzypacz, PhD

Assistant Professor

  • 180 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
20052020
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Mathematics

Stabilization
Projection
Discretization
Navier-Stokes Problem
Shock Capturing
Feedback Stabilization
Convection-diffusion Problems
Superconvergence
Mixed Boundary Conditions
Stokes Equations
Nonlinear Waves
Interpolants
Stokes
Convergence Analysis
Hermann Von Helmholtz
Diffraction
Finite Element Method
Mesh
Power Law
Composite
Post-processing
Basis Functions
Finite Element
Third-order Method
Cost-benefit Analysis
Projection Method
Oscillation
Fourier Method
Interpolate
Hankel
Discretization Error
A Priori Error Estimates
Optimal Error Estimates
Numerical Experiment
Finite Element Solution
Boundary Integral Equations
Violate
Energy
Poisson's equation
Boundary Value
Lagrange
Piecewise Linear
Convergence Properties
Half-space
Term
Sobolev Spaces
Boundary Stabilization
Convergence Rate
Polarization
Mass Conservation

Engineering & Materials Science

Stabilization
Catalysts
Chemical engineering
Finite element method
Diffraction
Interpolation
Membranes
Feedback
Sobolev spaces
Galerkin methods
Boundary integral equations
Mathematical operators
Chemical reactions
Composite materials
Geometry
Polarization
Boundary value problems
Partial differential equations
Cost benefit analysis
Reaction rates
Condensation
Rate constants
Conservation
Poisson equation
Reynolds number
Brick
Productivity
Trajectories
Adsorption
Kinetics
Experiments
Polynomials
Costs
Plastics

Physics & Astronomy

General

chemical engineering
pellets
catalysts
projection
velocity errors
chemical reactors
beds
porosity
mass transfer
diffusivity
trends
collocation

Physics

diffusion coefficient
temperature
heat transfer

Engineering

stabilization

Chemistry and Materials

endothermic reactions
exothermic reactions
chemical reactions

Mathematical and Computer Sciences

high Reynolds number
interpolation
Biot number