PIMS Lunchbox Lecture: Artem Korobenko

  • Date: 04/05/2018

Dr. Artem Korobenko
(University of Calgary, Schulich School of Engineering)


Dr. Artem Korobenko is an Assistant Professor in the University of Calgary, Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He is a recipient of J.W. Fulbright Fellowship and  a member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), US Association of Computational Mechanics (USACM), International Association of Computational Mechanics (IACM) and Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI). He is a vice-chair for Committee on Fluid-Structure Interaction (CFSI) of the Applied Mechanics Division (AMD) of ASME. Dr. Korobenko has a BEng (with great honour) in aerospace engineering from National Aerospace University “Kharkov Aviation Institute” in Ukraine (2009), MSc in mechanical engineering from Clemson University (2011) and PhD in structural engineering with a specialization in computational science from the University of California, San Diego (2014).

He is working on development of high-fidelity multidisciplinary methods for the analysis and design of complex systems in wind energy, civil, aerospace and offshore/marine engineering using large-scale computing. Current research topics include fluid-structure interaction (FSI), dynamically-data-driven simulations (DDDS), damage modelling in aerospace composite structures, atmospheric flow modelling over complex terrains, numerical modelling of compressible reactive flows and cavitation flows around propellers.


Calgary, Alberta


Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction Framework: from Theory to Applications


A flexible Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) framework is presented. The framework is derived on the basis of an Augmented Lagrangian formulation for FSI, and is suitable for matching and non-matching interface discretization. The key constituents of the framework are presented, including stabilized and multi-scale methods for fluid mechanics posed on a moving domain, advanced geometry modelling based on Isogeometric Analysis (IGA), and coupling strategies. The presentation is infused with a variety of FSI simulations in wind energy, aerospace and marine engineering.


Where: Odd Fellows Building, 100 6 Avenue, SW, Calgary, AB

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018

When: 12:00-1:00pm


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The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences is grateful to Cenovus Energy, Alberta Advanced Education and Technology, and the University of Calgary for their support of this series of lectures.