The award relates to his research aiming to advance computationalmethods in Machine Learning (ML) in the framework of high-speed flows and acoustics
The paper on "Machine-Learning Methods for Computational Science and Engineering” by Professor Dimitris Drikakis et al. was recognised by the peer-reviewed journal in its inaugural Best Paper Awards
The paper on "Machine-Learning Methods for Computational Science and Engineering” by Professor Dimitris Drikakis et al. has been shortlisted for the “Computation 2020 Best Paper Award”
The University’s Defence and Security Research Institute actively participates in the 10-year anniversary CYPSEC.
The University of Nicosia congratulates Professor Dimitris Drikakis for joining the Editorial Board of the prestigious journal Nature Scientific Reports.
University of Nicosia researchers Dbouk and Drikakis return with more important input in reviewing social distancing guidelines; small droplets of saliva can emerge from a face mask, with some droplets then traveling as far as 1 metre.
According to a University of Nicosia paper published in Physics of Fluids, a mild cough occurring in low wind speeds of 4-15 km/h can propel saliva droplets for up to 6 metres. Important input in reviewing social distancing guidelines in windy conditions.
Professor Dimitris Drikakis recently received a personal Research Award from the US Air Force Office for Scientific Research.
The new institute will undertake research and training activities on defence and security in collaboration with partners in government; industry; and other academic and research centres nationally and internationally.