Mikhail A. Sheremet
Tomsk State University
English level
The direction of training for which the graduate student will be accepted
01.06.01 Mathematics and Mechanics (educational program)
1.1.9 Mechanics of fluid, gas and plasma (field of the educational program)
The code of the field of study for which the graduate student will be accepted


List of research projects of a potential supervisor
(participation /leadership)
The Tomsk State University Development Programme (Priority–2030) (leadership)
Government task of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Project Number FSWM–2020-0036) (participation)
List of possible research topics
Convective-radiative heat transfer in complex domains;
Conjugate heat transfer in a window system;
Conjugate heat transfer in solar collectors;
Turbulent natural convection in irregular chambers with local heaters;
Complex heat transfer in porous enclosures with local heat sources;
Complex heat transfer in building elements;
Melting/solidification of PCM in engineering systems
Supervisor’s research interests
Conjugate heat and mass transfer
Natural, mixed and forced convection
Heat and mass transfer in porous media
Fluid flow and heat transfer in nanofluids
Turbulent heat and mass transfer
Convective-radiative heat transfer
Heat transfer and flow pattern in electronic systems
Bioheat and mass transfer
Heat transfer and flow pattern in building elements
Computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer

main publications
During the last 5 years (2019-2023) Prof. Dr. Mikhail Sheremet published 254 papers indexed in Web of Science or Scopus databases. h-index is 66 (Scopus).
Main published papers are
Bondareva N.S., Buonomo B., Manca O., Sheremet M.A. Heat transfer performance of the finned nano-enhanced phase change material system under the inclination influence // International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 135 (2019) 1063–1072.
Mikhailenko S.A., Sheremet M.A., Pop I. Natural convection combined with surface radiation in a rotating cavity with an element of variable volumetric heat generation // Energy 210 (2020) 118543.
Sheremet M.A., Rashidi M.M. Thermal convection of nano-liquid in an electronic cabinet with finned heat sink and heat generating element // Alexandria Engineering Journal 60(3) (2021) 2769–2778.
Bondareva N.S., Sheremet M.A. Influence of PCM heat sink shape on cooling of heat-generating elements in electronics // Applied Thermal Engineering 213 (2022) 118695.
Loenko D., Öztop H.F., Sheremet M.A. Cooling of a periodic heat-generating solid element in an electronic cabinet using a non-Newtonian pseudoplastic nanofluid and a heat-conducting substrate // International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow 33(5) (2023) 1886–1899.

specific requirements
programming languages (C++ or Fortran or others for computations)

commercial CFD software (Fluent, Comsol Multiphysics)
or open CFD software (OpenFOAM)
Research highlights
The proposed analysis will be performed using modern computational techniques (finite difference method, finite volume method, lattice Boltzmann method and others). For numerical simulation in-house computational codes will be developed. Investigations will be conducted in cooperation with foreign scientists from well-known foreign Universities.
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