Prof. Michael Vynnycky

Funded Investigator Modelling
University of Limerick

Biography

Michael has recently joined the University of Limerick as a Professor of Applied Mathematics. He previously held the role of head of the Division of Casting of Metals, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. He has held research positions in the UK, Japan, Ireland, Sweden, Brazil and France.  He obtained his PhD from Oxford University in 1991. Michael’s research has relevance to areas such as the development of batteries, fuel cells, the Mpemba effect, steel casting, smectic A liquid crystals and drug dissolution. He is a member of the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI) at UL.  Michael is involved in the Pharm5 Modelling theme.

Research Expertise

Modelling of industrial problems

Fluid mechanics

Electrochemistry

Energy

Stefan problems

Asymptotic methods

Moving boundary problems

Drug diffusion

Publications

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