|Modelling of Physical Processes Centre|
Centre established in 1999 year . In scientific themes and investigations take part the scientists from Mathematics and Informatics faculty of Šiauliai University (nonlinear diffusion and Schrodinger equations investigations) and Physics faculty of Vilnius university (superdiffusion). According prof. A.J. Janavičius theoretical investigations of nonlinear diffusion and experiments of Vilnius university physist was found a new phenomenon in physics – superdiffusivity in crystal silicon at room temperature generated by soft X-rays ( A. J. Janavičius, S. Balakauskas, V. Kazlauskienė, A. Mekys, R. Purlys and J. Storasta, Superdiffusion in Si Crystal Lattice Irradiated by Soft X-Rays, Acta Physica Polonica. A. ISSN 0587-4246. 2008, Vol. 114, No. 4. p. 779-790). The superdiffusivity was used for modeling of materials properties and creation of new technologies for electronic devices production using introduction of impurities in semiconductors at room temperature avoiding damage of crystals lattice. Obtained results are presented in Poland, Lithuanian scientific Journals and material’s of international conferences. Center involved students and young investigators of Šiauliai university for magister and doctorate studies in Kaunas and Vilnius universities. Center unit scientists of Šiauliai University (prof. A.J. Janavičius, prof. D. Jurgaitis, doc. K. Žilinskas, doc. S. Turskienė, dr. Ž. Norgėla, lector M. Stoncelis) taking part in matematical modeling of physical processes. Centre proposed scientific project for MITA agency, took part in beginning of our students collaboration with Modena university in Italy.
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