Victor D. Seremet,
Ph.D., Dr. Sc.

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   I. My Teaching Interest
Mathematics:
  1. Methods to derive the domain Green's functions and matrices for ordinary and partially 2&3D differential equations and systems, including differential equations of mathematical physics, especially static and dynamical elasticity and thermo elasticity (differential equations of elliptic types)

  2. Applied mathematics

  3. Theoretical mecanics

  4. Differential and integral calculus

  5. Elementary and high mathematics

  6. Mathematical physics differential equations

  7. Differential and integral equations

Applied mechanics:
  1. Strength of materials

  2. Structural mechanics

  3. Structural engineering

  4. Solid mechanics

  5. Mechanics of soils

  6. Solution of 3D boundary value problems of theory of elasticity, thermo elasticity, viscous elasticity and thermo viscous elasticity

  7. Creep of concrete, polymers and metals

  8. Concrete, metal and wood elements of constructions

   II. Elaboration of New Courses and of Teaching and Methodical Activities:
  1. Elaboration and teaching of a new course on Greenís functions constructing for ordinary differential equations and their application for linear elastic beams

  2. Elaboration and teaching of a new course on Greenís functions and matrices constructing for 2D differential equations and their application for linear elastic plates and shells

  3. Elaboration and teaching of a new course on Greenís functions and matrices constructing for 3D Lameís differential equations and their application for linear elastic massive structures

  4. Elaboration and teaching of a new course on Greenís functions constructing for 2D and 3D differential equations in uncoupled and coupled thermo elasticity

  5. Elaboration and teaching of a new course on Influence Element Method and its application in Solids Mechanics and

   III. Implementation of more simple research results in teaching program and new courses
These planed courses will contain a lot of examples of how to derive the Greenís functions and matrices for different canonical domains of Cartesian and polar systems of coordinates. They will be recommended to undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and postdoctoral students.
   IV. Recent elaboration of the curriculum for following subjects:
  1. Theoretical Mechanics

  2. Strength of Materials

  3. Structural Mechanics

  4. Engineering Constructions

  5. Geotechnics and Foundations

  6. Materials of Construction

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