Yuliya Turchyn

Position: Lecturer, Applied Mathematics Department

Scientific degree: Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Phone (office): (032) 239-41-78

Email: yuliya.turchyn@lnu.edu.ua

Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com.ua

Research interests

  • numerical study of initial-boundary value problems of mathematical physics.
  • singularly perturbed problems of mathematical physics.
  • finite element method.
  • mathematical modeling of mass transfer processes in living tissues.

Courses

Publications

  1. Savula, Turchyn Y. Replacements in finite element method for the problem of advection-diffusion-reaction. Journal of numerical and applied mathematics. Series Numerical Mathematics. 2019. №1(130). P. 84-98.
  2. Y. Savula, Y. Turchyn  On the approach to the numerical solution of mass transfer problem with large Peclet numbers. Mathematical Methods and Physicomechanical Fields. 2018. Vol. 61. №2. p. 150-158. [In Ukrainian]
  3. Savula Y., Turchyn Y. Exponential replacement in finite element method for the problem of advection-diffusion. Visnyk of Lviv University. Series of applied mathematics and computer science. 2017. №.25. C. 130-135. [In Ukrainian]
  4. Y. Turchyn Exponential substitution in the finite element method for advection-diffusion equations. Physical and mathematical modeling and information technology. Scientific collection, 2017, no. 24, pp. 111–117. [In Ukrainian]
  5. Y. Savula, Y. Turchyn Numerical study of the problem of drug transfer in the vessel wall. Physical and mathematical modeling and information technology. Scientific collection, 2014, no. 20, pp. 173–180. [In Ukrainian]
  6. Y. Savula, Y. Turchyn, N. Kit Computer modeling of drug transfer process in living tissues. Visnyk of Lviv University. Series of applied mathematics and computer science, 2013, no. 19, pp. 93–98.[In Ukrainian]

Biography

1991 – Born in Lviv.

EDUCATION
2019 – defended dissertation “Exponential replacement in the finite element method for singularly perturbed problems of advection-diffusion-reaction” in the specialty of mathematical modeling and computational methods.
2019 – research internship at the University of Keele, UK.
2013-2016 – Ph.D. student of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, specialty 01.05.02 “mathematical modeling and computational methods”.
2008-2013 – studied at the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, specialty “Applied Mathematics”.
1998-2008 – studied at school №37 in Lviv.

Projects

Awards

2019 – winner of the award for young scientists and researchers from the Lviv Regional Council.

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