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Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations of phenomena and processes occurring in nonhomogeneous many-particle systems




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Prof. DSc Daniel Danchev - Project leader


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Prof. DSc Jordan Brankov


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Assoc. Prof. DSc Stanimir Iliev


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Assoc. Prof. Dr Stefan Stefanov


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Assoc. Prof. Dr Nina Pesheva


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Assist. Nadezhda Banzarova


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Assoc. member- Assoc. Prof. Dr Sl. Slavtchev


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PhD student - Galin Valchev


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The goal of this project is the obtaining of new theoretical results for the fluctuation interactions and the thermodynamic behaviour of low-dimensional fluid systems. Density fluctuations of a low-dimensional fluid system, e.g., thin film, in the neighborhood of the critical point "fluid-vapor" leads to the appearance of an effective interaction force, known as Casimir force, between the plates confining the fluid and also to an effective interaction between objects immersed in the fluid. Depending on the material properties of the fluid and the immersed objects, this effective interaction could be an attractive force or an repulsive force. Taking into account the presence of this type of interaction is very important for the proper functioning of micro and nano- devices and of the nano-technologies. This is the reason why this kind of studies are so exceptionally popular now.






Modified date:04-06-2014