Igor Ostanin

Research Scientist at Skoltech

Igor Ostanin has graduated from the Department of Physics and Engineering of Novosibirsk State Technical University in 2008. In 2009 he entered a graduate program of the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota. In 2010 he obtained his M.S., and in 2014 - Ph.D. degree. His master project was related to the development of boundary element techniques in application to problems of geomechanics. His Ph.D. research was concerned with multiscale mechanical modeling of nanostructured materials with distinct element method.

Research interests:

Numerical modeling of the mechanics of solids spanning from numerical techniques of solving partial differential equations to computational material science and multiscale modeling

Research Project:

Development of efficient numerical techniques of optimization of the mechanical properties of 2D and 3D structures and composites.

All publications, sorted by year

  1. Igor Ostanin, Ivan Tsybulin, Mikhail Litsarev, Ivan Oseledets, and Denis Zorin. What lies beneath the surface: topological-shape optimization with the kernel-independent fast multipole method. arXiv preprint 1612.04082, 2016. URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1612.04082. [ bib ]
  2. I. Ostanin, A. Mikhalev, D. Zorin, and I. Oseledets. Engineering optimization with the fast boundary element method. WIT Transactions on Modelling and Simulation, 61:7, 2015. doi:10.2495/BEM380141. [ bib ]
  3. Igor Ostanin, Roberto Ballarini, and Traian Dumitrica. Distinct element method for multiscale modeling of cross-linked carbon nanotube bundles: from soft to strong nanomaterials. Journal of Materials Research, xxx(xx):–, 2015. Accepted manuscript. To appear in 2015 Focus Issue on Soft Nanomaterials. [ bib ]
  4. Igor Ostanin, Yuxiang Ni, Yuezhou Wang, and Traian Dumitrica. Nanomechanics of polycrystalline nanoparticles with the distinct element method. Engineering Materials and Technology, xxx(xx):–, 2015. Accepted manuscript. [ bib ]
  5. Igor Ostanin, Denis Zorin, and Ivan Oseledets. Toward fast topological-shape optimization. arXiv preprint 1503.02383, 2015. URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1503.02383. [ bib ]
  6. Wang Youezhou, Igor Ostanin, Christian Gaidau, and Traian Dumitrica. Twisting carbon nanotube ropes with the mesoscopic distinct element method: geometry, packing, and nanomechanics. Langmuir, 31(45):12323–12327, 2015. doi:10.1021/acs.langmuir.5b03208. [ bib ]
  7. Igor Ostanin. Multiscale modeling of carbon nanotube materials with distinct element method. PhD thesis, University of Minnesota, 2014. [ bib ]
  8. Igor Ostanin, Roberto Ballarini, and Traian Dumitrica. Distinct element method modeling of carbon nanotube bundles with intertube sliding and dissipation. Journal of Applied Mechanics, 81(6):06004, 2014. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/1.4026484, doi:10.1115/1.4026484. [ bib ]
  9. Yuezhou Wang, Matthew R. Semler, Igor Ostanin, Erik K. Hobbie, and Traian Dumitrica. Rings and rackets from single-wall carbon nanotubes: manifestations of mesoscale mechanics. Soft Matter, 10:8635–8640, 2014. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C4SM00865K, doi:10.1039/C4SM00865K. [ bib ]
  10. Traian Dumitrica, Roberto Ballarini, and Igor Ostanin. Multiscale modeling of carbon nanotube material using distinct element method. In DEM6 Conference, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO. 2013. [ bib ]
  11. Igor Ostanin, Roberto Ballarini, David Potyondy, and Traian Dumitrica. A distinct element method for large scale simulations of carbon nanotube assemblies. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 61(3):762 – 782, 2013. URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022509612002372, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2012.10.016. [ bib ]
  12. Yuezhou Wang, Cristian Gaidau, Igor Ostanin, and Traian Dumitrica. Ring windings from single-wall carbon nanotubes: a distinct element method study. Applied Physics Letters, 103(18):–, 2013. URL: http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/apl/103/18/10.1063/1.4827337, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4827337. [ bib ]
  13. Traian Dumitrica, Roberto Ballarini, and Igor Ostanin. Distinct element approach for modeling carbon nanotube systems. In Minnesota Chapter of American Vacuum Society, St.Paul, MN. 2012. [ bib ]
  14. Traian Dumitrica, Roberto Ballarini, David Potyondy, and Igor Ostanin. Novel mesoscopic approach for modeling carbon nanotube system. In APS March Meeting, Boston, MA. 2012. [ bib ]
  15. Igor A. Ostanin, Sofia G. Mogilevskaya, Joseph F. Labuz, and John Napier. Complex variables boundary element method for elasticity problems with constant body force. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 35(4):623 – 630, 2011. URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0955799710003012, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enganabound.2010.11.008. [ bib ]
  16. Igor Ostanin. Novel boundary element software with applications to geomechanics. Master's thesis, University of Minneosta, 2010. [ bib ]
  17. Igor Ostanin, Sofia Mogilesvksaya, and Joseph Labuz. Complex variables boundary element method for elasticity problems with constant body force. In EMI-2010, Los-Angeles, CA. 2010. [ bib ]
  18. Igor Ostanin, Sofia Mogilesvksaya, and Joseph Labuz. Elastic gravitational stresses in inhomogeneous slopes. In RSS 2010 Symposium Stabilité des Versants rocheux, 26. 2010. [ bib ]
  19. D. Berkaev, E. Bykov, V. Cherepanov, V. Kozak, Igor Ostanin, and V. Repkov. Beam measurement system of vepp-2000 injection channels. In ICALEPC, Kobe, Japan. 2009. [ bib ]
  20. D. Berkaev, E. Bykov, V. Cherepanov, V. Kozak, Igor Ostanin, and V. Repkov. Beam measurement system of vepp-2000 injection channels. In RUPAC-2008, Zvenigorod, Russia. 2008. [ bib ]
  21. D. Berkaev, P. Cheblakov, I. Koop, Igor Ostanin, and V. Kozak. Control system for injection channels of vepp-2000 collider. In RUPAC-2008, Zvenigorod, Russia. 2008. [ bib ]
  22. Igor Ostanin. Beam measurement system at the injection channels of vepp-2000 complex. Master's thesis, Novosibirsk State Technical University, 2008. [ bib ]

News

26/05/2016 A TT-eigenvalue solver that finally works
12/05/2016 Exponential machines and tensor trains
06/04/2016 Convergence analysis of a projected fixed-point iteration
30/03/2016 Compress-and-eliminate solver for sparse matrices
01/12/2015 New paper in SIMAX

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