Plenary Speakers



   Darkhan Akhmed-Zaki

   Head of the Computer Sciences Laboratory

   Scientific Research Institute of Mechanics and Mathematics, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

   Almaty, Kazakhstan




Information system for oil recovery analysis

Now are known a lot of studies and computer programs which investigated oil recovery processes (UTCHEM, ECLIPSE, GPAS, STARS). But it are realized computer modeling based on knowledge sets (features, behavior, state and etc.) of well-known oil-recovery technology in oil industry. Our article addresses about modernization of the information system for oil recovery analysis (ISAR-2) and its deployment carried out in between 2005-2015. ISAR-2 includes following software modules: distributed databases that store geo-physical and physic-hydro dynamical properties of the fluids/stratum; databases of mathematical and engineering models for two and three phases fluids flow in anisotropic and nonuniform porous media; interactive web visualization of computing results in 2D-3D via Internet connection; high-performance computing models for supercomputer and mobile platform execution. ISAR-2 functionality can easily be extended by adding new models of technological oil recovery, and has quick access to the hydrodynamics simulator capabilities using built-in authorization.



   Alexander V. Avdeev

   Intel Russia/CIS Business Development Manager, PhD

   Software and Services Group

   Novosibirsk, Russia




Intel software for solving research and industrial problems: Modern trends of high performance computing

Hardware technologies in High Performance Computing are continuously undergoing major changes and rapidly increasing performance capabilities, but the software and the underlying code legacy is often left unchanged or even neglected. This leads to performance gaps and underutilized hardware assets. The talk is devoted to Intel programming techniques and software tools required to achieve the highest performance on systems built on the current and future generations of Intel® processors, including coprocessors Intel® Xeon Phi ™. We will consider the latest Intel software tools - Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2016 (which include optimized compilers, math libraries and tools for optimization and parallelization of programs) and examples (success stories) of Intel software usage for solving industrial and research problems. We will also discuss Intel University/Academic programs.





   Igor V. Bychkov

   Director of ISDCT, Academician of RAS

   Matrosov Institute for System Dynamics and Control Theory (ISDCT) of SB RAS

   Irkutsk, Russia




Technologies of heterogeneous programming systems integration in the informational computing environment of mathematical modeling and data analysis

The solution of complicated task usually requires usage of distributed programming systems realized on various platforms. The informational computing environment for mathematical modeling and data analysis was developed in the ISDCT of SB RAS. It uses WPS standard for service publication and provides the set of technologies that ease the solution of complex tasks by making the development and deployment of distributed services easier. Also, the JavaScript extension was developed in order to build services interaction.



   Peyman Givi

   Director, Laboratory for Computational Transport Phenomena

   Professor, Mechanical & Petroleum Engineering, University of Pittsburgh

   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA



Quantum Computing and Its Potential for Turbulence Simulations

A tutorial will be provided of quantum computing (QC) and the way it has made significant speed-up in various simulations.  A review will also be provided of the large eddy simulation of turbulent flows via the stochastic filtered density function (FDF) methodology.  The potentials of the quantum speed-up in FDF simulation via QC appear to be significant.  This can results to a revolutionary means by which turbulence simulations can be conducted in future.




   Andreas Griewank

   Professor of Mathematics at the Humboldt University, Germany,

   and Yachay Tech University, Ecuador

   Berlin, Germany




Nonsmooth Numercis via Piecewise Linearization

Classical numerical methods exploit smoothness of nonlinear problem functions to approximate them locally by linear or higher order models. Many application areas of current interest involve functions that are nonsmooth, i.e. have kinks or jumps, for example due to phase transitions.
We demonstrate that certain classes of nonsmooth functions can be well approximated by piecewise linear functions, and how these models can be utilized for the fundamental numerical tasks of equation solving, optimization, and the integration of differential equations.



   Simon Jayaraj


   National Institute of Technology

   Calicut, Inidia





Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Flow and Mixing in Micro Channels Using Immersed Boundary Method

Important recent literature available in the area of micro channel flow modeling and simulation are reviewed. The topics covered include the physics of flows in micro channels and integrated modeling of micro channel flows. An immersed boundary method (IBM) based on discrete forcing approach is elaborated for numerical simulations of micro channel flow and mixing.  Standard backward facing step is considered to ensure the accuracy and feasibility of the method. Further the micro-channel is constricted with the help of triangular blocks or rectangular blocks with the intention of enhancement in mixing efficiency. Both electro-osmotic effects and channel constriction simultaneously incorporate the active and passive mixing techniques in th



  Christophe Josserand

  Research director at CNRS, PhD and Habilitation

  Institut D'Alembert, CNRS & UPMC

  Paris, France



Numerical simulation of multiphase flows

In this talk, I will present powerful numerical methods allowing the precise resolution of multiphase flow problems. I will in particular present the iconical problem of drop impact on liquid and solid surfaces, which is a key-problem of surface flows as well as a problem involving multiple applications. I will in particular focus on the interplay between the surface deformation and the gas dynamics.



   Sergey Kabanikhin

   Corresponding Member of RAS, Director-elect

   Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS

   Novosibirsk, Russia




The size of the domain of measurements is the regularization parameter in continuation problem





  Gayaz S. Khakimzyanov

  Professor, Research Scientist

  Institute of Computational Technologies SB RAS

  Novosibirsk, Russia




On Some Problems of Numerical Modelling of Surface Waves in the Framework of the Shallow Water Model





   Anvarbek Meirmanov


   Kazakh-British Technical University

   Almaty, Kazakhstan




Macroscopic Mathematical Models of Physical Processes in Porous Media via Microstructure

Mathematical models of physical processes play important rule in oil, gas and mining industries. There are different types of such models, but all of these macroscopic models do not take into account the peculiarities of processes at the microscopic (pore) level. The particular qualities of the process just postulates at the macroscopic level. That is why all these models involve a lot of phenomenological functions and constants, which obviously cannot be determined uniquely.
Our approach is based upon on the commonly accepted classical continuum mechanics at the pore level and rigorous homogenization technique.





  Oleg I. Potaturkin

  Professor, Deputy Director on Science

  Institute of Automation and Electrometry of SB RAS

  Novosibirsk, Russia



Spectral-Spatial Classification of the Earth Surface Types Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing

Potential and restrictions of hyperspectral satellite images application at the Earth surface monitoring are discussed. Spectral and spectral-spatial methods of vegetative cover types classification based on reflection spectra comparison of researched and reference objects belonging to various classes were investigated. The estimation of methods efficiency is calculated on the basis of remote sensing data processing and ground-truth observations comparison. It is shown that the examination of spatial dependence between pixels is useful for classification.



  Boris Ya. Ryabko

  Professor, Head of Laboratory

  Institute of Computational Technologies SB RAS

  Novosibirsk, Russia






Optimization of the Internet Search Based on Laws of Information Theory and Psychology

Nowadays Internet plays important role in all spheres of human life. The problem of search of the necessary information in Internet and time spent for search becomes especially actual. Electronic systems of search include  booking (theatrical, aviation, railway, etc.), literature search, search of goods on the Internet and e -learning . That is why the problem of minimization time of search becomes especially actual.
Results of our research allow to reduce search time several times, using methods of Information Theory and laws of psychology of perception.





   Nickolay Y. Shaparev

   Professor, Chief Scientist

   Institute of Computational Modelling SB RAS

   Krasnoyarsk, Russia




Modeling of absorption and transfer of radiation in an expanding sphere

The absorption and transfer radiation in a self-similarly expanding gaseous sphere illuminates by laser, resonance and continuum radiation has been numerically studied. The absorption coefficient, spectral and spatial characteristics of the absorbed and scattered radiations, and the influence of optical thickness and the ra-dial expansion velocity on them has been investigated. It is shown that expansion results, in a reduced optical thickness of the medium.




   Yury N. Zakharov

   Professor, Head of Departament

   Kemerovo State University

   Kemerovo, Russia





Computational and Experimental Research of Soil Erosion at the Bottom of Gravity Platforms

The presentation shows computational simulation of flow and surface waves affecting soil erosion at the bottom of “Prirazlomnaya” sea platform model and comparison between solutions obtained and results of laboratory experiments carried out in hydrodynamic test basin of XXIII State Marine Research and Design Institute  (Saint-Petersburg, Russia).
Fluid model described by three-dimensional system of time-dependant  Navier-Stokes equations  is used for numerical calculation of flows near the platform.