Alexey Geynts

Professor at Chalmers, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Alexey Geynts (Heintz) is a professor in applied mathematics. His research area is kinetic theory of mass transport, particularly in heterogeneous materials. He also conducts research in geometric dynamics of surfaces with applications to biological membranes.

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Showing 24 publications

2016

Osmosis for non-electrolyte solvents in permeable periodic porous media

Alexey Geynts, A. Piatnitski
Networks and Heterogeneous Media. Vol. 11 (3), p. 471-499
Journal article
2016

Monitoring Dynamic Moisture Gradients in Wood using Inserted Relative Humidity and Temperature Sensors

Charlotta Bylund Melin, Tobias Gebäck, Alexey Geynts et al
e-Preservation Science. Vol. 13, p. 7-14
Journal article
2015

Investigation of the Effect of the Tortuous Pore Structure on Water Diffusion through a Polymer Film Using Lattice Boltzmann Simulations

Tobias Gebäck, M. Marucci, Catherine Boissier et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Vol. 119 (16), p. 5220-5227
Journal article
2015

A numerical method for simulation dynamics of incompressible lipid membranes in viscous fluid

Alexey Geynts
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics. Vol. 289, p. 87-100
Journal article
2014

A Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Advection-Diffusion Equation with Neumann Boundary Conditions

Tobias Gebäck, Alexey Geynts
Communications in Computational Physics. Vol. 15 (2), p. 487-505
Journal article
2014

Fast Numerical Method for 2D Initial-Boundary Value Problems for the Boltzmann Equation

Alexey Geynts, Piotr Kowalczyk
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). Vol. 8385 (PART 2), p. 499-509
Paper in proceedings
2013

MicroPIV methodology using model systems for flow studies in heterogeneous biopolymer gel microstructures

Kristin Sott, Tobias Gebäck, Maria Pihl et al
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. Vol. 398 (15 May 2013), p. 262-269
Journal article
2008

A convolution thresholding scheme for the Willmore flow

Richards Grzhibovskis, Alexey Geynts
Interfaces and Free Boundaries. Vol. 10 (2), p. 139-153
Journal article
2008

Fast numerical method for the Boltzmann equation on non-uniform grids

Alexey Geynts
Journal of Computational Physics. Vol. 227 (13), p. 6652-2670
Journal article
2005

A convolution-thresholding approximation of generalized curvature flows

Richards Grzhibovskis, Alexey Geynts
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis. Vol. 42 (6), p. 2652-2670
Journal article
2004

Fast numerical method for the Bolzmann equation on non-uniform grids

Alexey Geynts, Piotr Kowalczyk, Richards Grzhibovskis
Preprint
2003

A convolution-thresholding scheme for the Willmore flow

Richards Grzhibovskis, Alexey Geynts
Preprint
2002

On a kinetic approach to generalised curvature flows and its applications

Richards Grzhibovskis, Alexey Geynts
Preprint
2002

A new consistent discrete-velocity model for the Boltzmann equation.

Alexey Geynts, Vladislav Panferov
Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences. Vol. 25 (7), p. 571-593
Journal article
2001

Entropy inequalities for evaporation/condensation problem in rarefied gas dynamics.

Alexey Geynts, Bobylev Alexander, Richards Grzhibovskis
Journal of Statistical Physics. Vol. 102 (5-6), p. 1151-1176
Journal article
2000

Entropy indequalities for evaporation/condensation problem in rarefied gas dynamics

A. V. Bobylev, Richards Grzhibovskis, Alexey Geynts
Preprint
1999

Initial-boundary value problems in irregular domains for nonlinear kinetic equations of Boltzmann type.

Alexey Geynts, Leif Arkeryd
Transport Theory and Statistical Physics. Vol. 28 (2), p. 105-134.
Journal article
1999

A new consistent discrete-velocity model for the Boltzmann equation

Vladislav Panferov, Alexey Geynts
Preprint
1997

On the solvability and asymptotics of the Boltzmann equation in irregular domains.

Alexey Geynts, Leif Arkeryd
Communications in Partial Differential Equations. Vol. 22 (11-12), p. 2129-2152
Journal article

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