Human-made global climate change will have significant impacts at regional and coastal scales on marine systems, dependent socioeconomies and ocean services. These can strongly interact with regional and local human-activity induced pressures such as fishing, pollution, and eutrophication. The challenges of understanding climate and ocean change at European and global scales require expertise exceeding that […]
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For the last several years Tija Sīle, a researcher from the Institue of Numerical Modelling, has actively worked on developing the New European Wind Atlas (NEWA). Together with researchers from all across Europe she has developed and introduced a new methodology for the assessment of wind conditions. The findings have been published in Geoscientific Model […]
Recently an interview with one of the researchers from the Institute of Numerical modelling – Ģirts Zāģeris, was published in the journal Ir. Ģirts does not only work as a researcher and continues his doctoral studies, he is also a physics’ teacher in the Riga State Gymnasium No. 1. Ģirts Zāģeris started giving physics’ lectures […]
From October 23 to December 23, 2020, researcher Mihails Birjukovs from the Institute of Numerical Modelling (INM) will be a visiting researcher in Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf. Together with the local magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) group Mihails will be working on researching MHD bubble flow and mesoscale metal solidification at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics. During the visit, X-ray […]
The series of neutron radiography experiments at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) were successfully completed at the beginning of October. Scientists from the Institute of Numerical Modelling (INM) – Mihails Birjukovs, Jevgēņijs Teličko, Pēteris Zvejnieks and Mārtiņš Klevs – observed magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) bubble flow in a liquid gallium model system for different gas flow rates […]
Photos from Riga City Council’s visit to the UL Academic Centre. Mārtiņš Staķis, the mayor of Riga, and Vilnis Ķirsis, the deputy mayor, also visited the Institute of Numerical Modelling. Prof. Indriķis Muižnieks, the rector of the University of Latvia, and Prof. Vjačeslavs Kaščējevs met up with the mayor of Riga, Mārtiņš Staķis, and the […]
To celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Department of Electrodynamics and Continuum Mechanics (ENVMK) on the 7th of October at the House of Sciences an exhibition opening was organised. The guests were addressed by the ENVMK founder prof. Juris Miķelsons and by one of the first ENVMK alumni – prof. Andrejs Cēbers.
We invite you to an exhibition opening on the 7th of October at 15:00 at the House of Sciences (2nd floor) to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of Department of Electrodynamics and Continuum Mechanics (ENVMK) Department of Electrodynamics and Continuum Mechanics (in Latvian – Elektrodinamikas un Nepārtrauktas Vides Mehānikas Katedra or ENVMK) was established in […]
On the 1st of September 2020, the project EuroCC has begun, its aim is to establish national high-performance computing (HPC) centres in 33 countries all over Europe. The main task of the National Competence HPC centres is to advance the use of high-performance computing in research, education, in the public sector and the industry. The […]
Pauls Stradiņš Clinical University Hospital’s (PSCUH) Scientific Institute in collaboration with the Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Centre and the University of Latvia are successfully following through with the objectives of project New Technologies for Targeted Tracing, Testing and Treatment of COVID-19 Patients (3-T project) (Nr. VPP-COVID-2020/1-0025). On the 30th of September, a scientific meeting […]
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