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Roman Szafran

  • Phd
  • Assistant Professor
  • Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
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Research interests

GPU simulationsBio-MEMSMicrofluidicslattice-BoltzmannLab on chip

About

My recent projects and interests: "Microflow" The CFD open source code based on lattice-Boltzmann method for simulation of flows in microscale, especially in bio-MEMS chips and lab-on-a-chip devices with GPU/CUDA support. "Tumor on chip" A microfluidic platform for preparation of living models of different kinds of human tumors. A lab-on-chip device mimics processes that occurs in artificial tissues under controlled flow conditions eg. oxygen, nutrients, drug and metabolite delivery. It is designed to easily explore processes and intratissue relationships on the cellular level in living systems.

Co-authors (20)

  • Jonas Latt
  • Piotr Patronik

Publications (5)

  • Memory layout in GPU implementation of lattice Boltzmann method for sparse 3D geometries

    • Tomczak T
    • Szafran R
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  • Removal of cationic dyes from aqueous solutions using microspherical particles of fly ash

    • Witek-Krowiak A
    • Szafran R
    • Modelski S
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  • Minimum circulation velocity in a spouted bed apparatus with draft tube

    • Kmiec A
    • Ludwig W
    • Szafran R
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  • Minimum circulation velocity in a spouted bed apparatus with draft tube

    • Kmiec A
    • Ludwig W
    • Szafran R
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  • Application of CFD modelling technique in engineering calculations of three-phase flow hydrodynamics in a jet-loop reactor

    • Szafran R
    • Kmiec A
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

October 2004 - Present