Larisa P. Dzyubak

DzyubakLarisa P. Dzyubak,

PhD, Associate Professor.

 

 

Specialization :

main field: applied mathematics, mechanics, mathematical modelling and numerical methods in scientific research

current research interests: stability of nonlinear dynamical systems, investigation of chaos occurrence in smooth and discontinuous nonlinear dynamical systems, modelling of hysteretic systems.

 

Publications: 

– General number of publications: over 60

– Number of papers in refereed journals: 23

– Number of communications to scientific meetings: 27

 

PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

The 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th International Conferences on Dynamical Systems – Theory and Applications (2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 Łódź, Poland); The 6th International Symposium on nonlinear mechanics “Nonlinear Sciences and Applications” (2003, Nish, Serbia and Montenegro); The 1st Scientific-Technical Polish-Ukrainian Conference on Todays Technologies of Production and Modelling (2003, Chmielnitskiy-Satanov, Ukraine); XXI Symposium on “Vibrations in physical systems” (2004, Poznań-Kiekrz, Poland); The fourth World Congress of Nonlinear Analysis (2004, Orlando, Florida, USA); The 1st, 2nd, 3rd International Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics (2004, 2007, 2010 Kharkov, Ukraine); the Fifth EUROMECH Nonlinear Dynamics Conference, ENOC2005, (2005, Eindhoven, The Netherlands), International Conference “Topical Problems in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics”, (2006 Kharkov, Ukraine), EUROMECH Colloquium 498 “Nonlinear Dynamics of Composite and Smart Structures” (2008,  Kazimierz Dolny, Poland), International Conference on Nonlinear Phenomena in Polymer Solids and Low-Dimensional Systems (2008, Moscow, Russia), Int. Conference “Modelling and Simulation” (2008 Gaborone, Botswana), EUROMECH Colloquium 503 “Nonlinear Normal Modes, Dimension Reduction and Localization in Vibrating Systems”, (2009, Frascati (Rome), Italy), the 7th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference ENOC2011 (2011, Rome, Italy), The V International Scientific Conference “Design engineering and scientific applications in MATLAB” (2011, Kharkov, Ukraine)

 GRANTS FOR RESEARCH:

  • The Grant of the State Committee in Science and Technology, 1995-1996
  • The Grant of the National Ukrainian Academy of Sciences for Young Scientists, 1996-1998
  • The Grant of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for Young Scientists, 1999-2001
  • The Grant of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for Young Scientists, 2001-2002
  • The Grant of the J. Mianowski Foundation of Polish Science Support, 2003 (fellowship for the scientific work in Poland during September-December)
  • State budget theme МО903 “Development of numerical-analytic methods of linear and non-linear mechanics problems study for composite plates and shallow shells with complex geometry”, January-March 2007
  • Grant 0040/B/T02/2010/38 of the Ministry for Science and Higher Education of Poland for years 2010-2012
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, influence of piezoelectric hysteresis on the rotor speed characteristics in an ultrasonic motor, in Proc. of the 12th Conference on Dynamical Systems – Theory and Applications, Łódź, December 2-5, (Poland), 2013, Vol. 2 “Applications”, pp. 679-686.
  2. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Chaos caused by hysteresis and saturation phenomenon in 2-DOF vibrations of the rotor supported by the magneto-hydrodynamic bearing, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 21(10), 2011, 2801-2823.
  3. J. Awrejcewicz and L.P. Dzyubak, Modelling, chaotic behavior and control of dissipation properties of hysteretic systems, In: Models and Applications of Chaos Theory in Modern Sciences, Z. Elhadj, (Ed.), Science Publishers, British Isles, ISBN 978-1-57808-722-8; 2011, pp. 1–23.
  4. J. Awrejcewicz and L.P. Dzyubak, Numerical analysis of a rotor dynamics in the magneto-hydrodynamic field, In: Numerical Simulations / Book 2, Jan Awrejcewicz, (Ed.), InTech, ISBN 979-953-307-249-3, pp. 1-22.
  5. J. Awrejcewicz and L.P. Dzyubak, 2-dof nonlinear dynamics of a rotor suspended in the magneto-hydrodynamic field in the case of soft and rigid magnetic materials, Int. J. of Non-Linear Mechanics 45 (2010) 919–930.
  6. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, C.-H. Lamarque, Modelling of hysteresis using Masing–Bouc-Wen’s framework and search of conditions for the chaotic responses, Communications in Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation 13, 2008, 939-958.
  7. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Stick-slip chaos prediction in self-excited two-dof hysteretic systems with friction, International Review of Mechanical Engineering (IREME). Vol. 1, n. 1, 2007, pp. 1-17.
  8. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Hysteresis modelling and chaos prediction in one- and two-dof hysteretic models, Archive of Applied Mechanics. vol. 77, 2007, pp. 261-279.
  9. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Quantifying smooth and non-smooth regular and chaotic dynamics, Special Issue of International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 15(6) (2005) 2041-2055.
  10. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, C. Grebogi, Estimation of chaotic and regular (stick-slip and slip-slip) oscillations exhibited by coupled oscillators with dry friction, Nonlinear Dynamics 42(2), 2005, 383-394.
  11. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Influence of hysteretic dissipation on chaotic responses, Journal of Sound and Vibrations, vol. 284, 2005, pp. 513-519.
  12. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, C. Grebogi, A direct numerical method for quantifying regular and chaotic orbits, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 19, 2004, 503-507.
  13. J. Awrejcewicz, L. Dzyubak, Stick-slip chaotic oscillations in a quasi-autonomous mechanical system, International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, 4(2), 2003, 155-160.