• H. Kersken, C. Frey
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Non-reflecting boundary condition at interfaces for flow simulations in turbomachinery using the method laid out by Giles [1] and Saxer [2] require averages or Fourier decomposition [...]

  • C. Le Touze, N. Rutard
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We describe some numerical methods developed in ONERA's Cedre platform to solve diffuse interface multifluid models with a view to realistic industrial applications. These [...]

  • A. Sheikh Al-Shabab, B. Grenko, D. Vitlaris, P. Tsoutsanis, A. Antoniadis, M. Skote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A representative shock absorber geometry is developed based on the general guidelines available in the literature, and it is validated against experimental measurements from [...]

  • N. Goffart, B. Tartinville, K. Puri, C. Hirsch, S. Pirozzoli
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, a high-order implicit large-eddy simulation of an oblique shockwave/boundary layer interaction at Mach 2.3 is performed. The high-order solver is based on the [...]

  • B. Klose, C. Morsbach, M. Bergmann, E. Kügeler
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Implicit large-eddy simulations of the high-pressure turbine cascade VKI-LS89 under transonic operating conditions using a high-order accurate discontinuous Galerkin spectral [...]

  • M. Stadt, A. Layton
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    During pregnancy, major adaptations in renal morphology, hemodynamics, and transport occur to achieve the volume and electrolyte retention required in pregnancy. These complex [...]

  • H. Amino, C. Flageul, B. Carissimo, M. Ferrand
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We present a conservative second order staggered time scheme for dry and moist variable density air flow implemented in the open source CFD solver code saturne. The staggered [...]

  • T. Pichard
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We focus on a toy problem which corresponds to a simplification of a boiling twophase flow model. This model is a hyperbolic system of balance laws with a source term defined [...]

  • E. Adebayo, P. Tsoutsanis, K. Jenkins
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We present in this work shock-/interface-capturing numerical methods in the finitevolume central-weighted essentially non-oscillatory (CWENO) reconstruction scheme on unstructured [...]

  • C. Lambride, A. Syrakos, G. Georgiou
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The development length needed for tube flows to re-adjust from a uniform to the fully-developed velocity profile is usually defined as the length required for the centerline [...]

  • F. Trias, D. Santos, J. Hopman, A. Gorobets, A. Oliva
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Estimations of the grid size and computational cost for direct numerical simulation (DNS) and large-eddy simulation (LES) of Rayleigh-Bénard convection (RBC) are presented [...]

  • A. Duben, J. Ruano, F. Trias, A. Gorobets
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This article presents the investigation of different grey-area mitigation (GAM) techniques towards achieving accurate subsonic turbulent round jet aerodynamics and aeroacoustics [...]

  • N. Begum, A. Ouazzi, S. Turek
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this contribution, we shall be concerned with the question of wellposedness of thixoviscoplastic flow problems in context of FEM approximations.We restrict our analysis [...]

  • C. Dorn, S. Wulfinghoff
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We formulate a material model for micro-magneto-mechanics based on the generalized standard material approach. Our model includes exchange, elastic, anisotropy, demagnetizing [...]

  • C. Ruiz, M. Chávez-Modena, A. Martínez-Cava
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Sensitivity analysis is considered a fundamental tool in aerospace engineering, allowing to evaluate the impact of parameters variations, and optimize the aerodynamic and [...]

  • A. Imperiale
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We derive an efficient numerical scheme for transient wave propagation in configurations where a fluid domain and a solid domain are separated by a thin coating material. [...]

  • S. Agdestein, B. Sanderse
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Simulating multi-scale phenomena such as turbulent fluid flows is typically computationally very expensive. Filtering the smaller scales allows for using coarse discretizations, [...]

  • T. Schmidt, B. Kriegesmann, R. Seifried
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper a robust topology optimization algorithm for linear elastic structures in unilateral contact is presented. The deformation of the linear elastic structure is [...]

  • G. Bletsos, L. Radtke, A. Düster, T. Rung
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This paper reports on numerical experiments on arterial bypass-graft anastomoses. Bypass-grafts are oftentimes used in surgical procedures to divert blood around narrowed [...]

  • P. Sivel, C. Frey
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In computational fluid dynamics (CFD), unsteady computations are cost-intensive. The Harmonic Balance (HB) method [7] represents a cost-efficient alternative. Here, for timeperiodic [...]

  • N. Pynaert, J. Wauters, G. Crevecoeur, J. Degroote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Airborne wind energy (AWE) is an emerging technology for the conversion of wind energy into electricity by flying crosswind patterns with a tethered aircraft connected to [...]

  • F. Kristoffersen, M. Larsson, S. Johnsen, W. Schröder, B. Müller
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A 3D fluid-structure interaction (FSI) code is under development. The fluid domain (Navier-Stokes) solver will employ a sharp interface ghost node immersed boundary method [...]

  • R. Schussnig, S. Dreymann, A. Jafarinia, T. Hochrainer, T. Fries
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Aortic flows with thrombus formation represent a challenging application of fluidstructure interaction (FSI) in biomechanics where blood flow, thrombus, and vessel wall are [...]

  • A. Margetis, E. Papoutsis-Kiachagias, K. Giannakoglou
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Gradient-based optimization for large-scale problems governed by unsteady PDEs, in which gradients with respect to the design variables are computed using unsteady adjoint, [...]

  • G. Abate, J. Riemenschneider
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The design of aeronautical components commonly involves two highly coupled disciplines: aerodynamics and structural mechanics. The interaction between them becomes even more [...]

  • P. A. S. F. Silva, P. Tsoutsanis, A. Antoniadis, K. Jenkins
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work describes the computational cost and accuracy of high-order numerical schemes on a simplified concept of multiple reference frame (MRF) technique using mixedelement [...]

  • D. Abreu, C. Junqueira-Junior, E. Dauricio, J. Azevedo
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, a discontinuous Galerkin scheme is employed to perform large-eddy simulations of supersonic jet flows. A total of four simulations are performed with different [...]

  • N. Delaissé, P. Havaej, D. Fauconnier, J. Degroote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Elastohydrodynamically lubricated contacts are an example of a strongly coupled fluid-structure interaction problem. Typically, these problems are solved in a partitioned [...]

  • J. Sebastian, F. Kummer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, we are going to present a high-order shock fitting approach based on a cut-cell method. We formulate a suitable Constraint Optimization Problem and develop [...]

  • D. Yuan, P. Tsoutsanis, K. Jenkins
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper we develop a family of arbitrarily high-order non-oscillatory hybrid Finite Volume/Discontinuous Galerkin schemes for turbulent flows on mixed-element unstructured [...]

  • M. Paszynski, R. Grzeszczuk, W. Dzwinel, D. Pardo
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Numerical solutions of Partial Differential Equations with Finite Element Method have multiple applications in science and engineering. Several challenging problems require [...]

  • E. Schillaci, J. Vera, N. Morozova, J. Rigola
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, a numerical framework aimed at simulating the transport of contaminants and infectious agents within a closed domain is presented. The method employs mature [...]

  • N. Morozova, F. Trias, V. Vanovskiy, C. Oliet, E. Burnaev
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, we present a multi-fidelity machine learning surrogate model, which predicts comfort-related flow parameters in a ventilated room with a heated floor. The model [...]

  • P. Karakitsios, P. Kolios, A. Leontaris, G. Karaiskos
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Geomiso TNL is a new both on-premises and cloud-based software, which delivers isogeometric analysis (IGA) and 3D design with splines. It combines IGA and cloud computing, [...]

  • Y. Güçlü, S. Hadjout, A. Ratnani
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Psydac is a Python 3 library for the solution of partial differential equations, which combines the convenience of a domain specific language with the speed of a high-performance [...]

  • S. Yildiz, H. Pehlivan-Solak, M. Diez, O. Goren, M. Nikbay
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Advanced applications of multi-fidelity surrogate modelling techniques provide significant improvements in optimization and uncertainty quantification studies in many engineering [...]

  • N. Kodunthirappully Narayanan, R. Wüchner, J. Degroote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This paper proposes a new partitioned coupling approach to simulate the wind induced excitation of a membrane structure with ponding water. This approach uses three different [...]

  • P. Karakitsios, V. Tsotoulidi, P. Kolios, G. Mprellas
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper the new Geomiso SEA software (www.geomiso.com) is proposed for applications on inelastic static isogeometric analysis with shell elements. This hybrid program [...]

  • S. Frei, E. Burman, M. Fernandez, F. Gerosa
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In order to make the numerical simulation of atherosclerotic plaque growth feasible, a temporal homogenization approach is employed. The resulting macro-scale problem for [...]

  • J. Wackers, R. Pellegrini, M. Diez, A. Serani, M. Visonneau
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The efficiency of simulation-driven design optimization based on surrogate models, depends strongly on the suitability of the surrogate model for the simulation data on which [...]

  • T. Flament, J. Deü, A. Placzek, M. Balmaseda, D. Tran
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This work concerns the numerical modeling of the vibrations of geometrically nonlinear structures coupled with a fluid flow. Firstly, a reduced-order model (ROM) for the geometrically [...]

  • H. Dolfen, D. Van Hauwermeiren, A. Bral, J. Degroote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Axial flows in tube bundle geometries are omnipresent in nuclear power plants, including fuel assemblies and heat exchangers. The tubes are often long and slender which makes [...]

  • eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Most of the Unreinforced Masonry (URM) buildings are quite old in Europe based on 'Building stock inventory to assess seismic vulnerability across Europe' [1] report. [...]

  • D. Khimin, J. Roth, T. Wick
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    This contribution is related to the key-note lecture `Space-time fluid-structure interaction with adjoint-based methods for error estimation and optimization' given in [...]

  • B. Sauren, S. Klarmann, S. Klinkel
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this contribution, the displacement-based scaled-boundary finite element method (SBFEM) is extended to a mixed displacement-pressure formulation for the geometrically and [...]

  • G. Bertaglia
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Most epidemiological models are rooted in the pioneering work proposed by Kermack and McKendrick and are based on systems of deterministic ODEs, which describe the temporal [...]

  • A. Kubik, A. Ramos, B. Ivorra, M. Vela-Pérez, M. Ferrández
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In December 2019, a new coronavirus, the SARS-CoV-2, was detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Since then, many mathematical models have been developed to study the possible [...]

  • A. Chiozzi, E. Benvenuti, G. Manzini, N. Sukumar
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The virtual element method (VEM), is a stabilized Galerkin scheme deriving from mimetic finite differences, which allows for very general polygonal meshes, and does not require [...]

  • T. Alemán, M. Halla, C. Lehrenfeld, P. Stocker
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Driven by the challenging task of finding robust discretization methods for Galbrun's equation, we investigate conditions for stability and different aspects of robustness [...]

  • V. Maltsev, P. Tsoutsanis, M. Skote
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    A hybrid FV/DG framework is developed for the simulation of compressible multispecies flows on unstructured meshes with a five-equation Diffuse-Interface Model [1]. The high [...]

  • M. Lahooti, G. Vivarelli, F. Montomoli, S. Sherwin
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work a high-order spectral-h/p element solver is employed to efficiently but accurately resolve the flow field around the NACA0012 aerofoil.

  • R. Carniello, J. Florindo, E. Abreu
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In this work, we present an application of modern deep learning methodologies to the numerical solution of two dimensional hyperbolic partial differential equations in transport [...]

  • M. BUCCI, J. GRATIEN, T. FANEY, T. NAKANO, G. CHARPIAT
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The volume of fluid (VoF) method is widely used in multi-phase flow simulations to track and locate the interface between two immiscible fluids. A major bottleneck of the [...]

  • S. Wassing, S. Langer, P. Bekemeyer
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The numerical approximation of solutions to the compressible Euler and Navierstokes equations is a crucial but challenging task with relevance in various fields of science [...]

  • A. Alla, L. Saluzzi
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The computation of feedback control using Dynamic Programming equation is a difficult task due the curse of dimensionality. The tree structure algorithm is one the methods [...]

  • P. Horn, B. Koren, S. Portegies Zwart
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    In order to understand when it is useful to build physics constraints into neural networks, we investigate different neural network topologies to solve the N -body problem. [...]

  • D. Panagiotopoulos, W. Desmet, E. Deckers
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Krylov subspace recycling [1] is often deployed to accelerate the iterative solution of sequences of linear systems. Such approaches reuse a continuously updated deflation [...]

  • J. Dietzsch, M. Groß, I. Kalaimani
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    Nowadays, fibre-reinforced materials and their accurate dynamic simulation play a significant role in the construction of lightweight structures. On the one hand, we are dealing [...]

  • F. Bonizzoni, G. Kanschat
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    We develop tensor product finite element cochain complexes of arbitrary smoothness on Cartesian meshes of arbitrary dimension. The first step is the construction of a onedimensional [...]

  • F. Bertrand
    eccomas2022.

    Abstract
    The Arts and Science Contest of the ECCOMAS Young Investigators Committee (EYIC) aims to show science in all its beauty and elegance, by visualizing scientific works with [...]

  • A. Deryugin, A. Komarnitskaya, N. Barbashiova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 169

    Abstract
    The subject of this research is the analysis of long-term budget forecasts of the constituent units of the Russian Federation. The relevance of the study is determined by [...]

  • V. Gracheva, D. Petrova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 170

    Abstract
    The Internet is a public source of information, where information can be found at minimum search cost. Social media are becoming increasingly popular among web users trying [...]

  • E. Dobronravova, M. Orekhov, I. Yakovleva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 171

    Abstract
    In this paper we estimate the effects of the Bank of Russia’s monetary policy on the Eurasian Economic Union members. The relevance of the study arises from two points: [...]

  • A. Mikhaylova, E. Timushev
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 172

    Abstract
    The issue of decentralization in the public administration system in Russia has acquired new urgency in the context of the 2020 crisis. Other countries of the world have faced [...]

  • S. Krivtsova, A. Shapkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 173

    Abstract
    Relevance. The Russian schooling system fails to effectively counteract bullying, a phenomenon common in educational organizations around the world, including the Russian [...]

  • E. Talapina, V. Yuzhakov, I. Chereshneva
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 174

    Abstract
    Enforcing fundamental human rights is a constitutional obligation of the Russian Federation. In the digital age, the risks of human rights violations are increasing, making [...]

  • V. Klimanov, M. Kazakova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 175

    Abstract
    Studying the development problems of the Arctic and the Far East has always been relevant due to the specific nature of these territories. At the same time, the existing support [...]

  • V. Yuzhakov, A. Pokida, E. Dobrolyubova, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 176

    Abstract
    Enhancing state regulatory enforcement activity aimed at minimizing risks to the public values (such as health, property, personal data, environment, and cultural heritage) [...]

  • G. Zelenina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 177

    Abstract
    An article about bringing to justice the comic in the narratives of the Jewish national movement or the movement of refuseniks, in the late USSR, about the consequences both [...]

  • E. (Kovalenko), E. Grishina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 178

    Abstract
    The coronavirus pandemic has led to drastic economic and social disruption, increasing the need for social support and social services. The purpose of this study is to trace [...]

  • S. Zemtsov, A. Mikhaylova, R. Semyonova, M. Goryachko
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 179

    Abstract
    There is a lack of complex regional analysis studies in the economic research landscape. The relevance of this study has to do with the Russian government’s high interest [...]

  • V. Yuzhakov, E. Dobrolyubova, A. Pokida, N. Zybunovskaya
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 180

    Abstract
    Enhancing the government’s regulatory enforcement and oversight performance has been considered among critical measures aimed at improving the business environment in [...]

  • N. Korol, A. Kurdin, A. Morosanova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 181

    Abstract
    Digital transformation of industries and markets remains a key challenge for the modern competition policy. Digital ecosystems are playing increasingly important roles in [...]

  • A. Morozov, K. Ionkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 182

    Abstract
    This paper studies the prerequisites for the emergence of a firm’s market power using basic models of oligopoly. The significance of the study is related to identifying [...]

  • I. Popova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 183

    Abstract
    The relevance of the study is the need to prepare the Russian teachers to work with children in difficult life situations. This task is put forward by the Russian government’s [...]

  • V. Akimova, S. Zemtsov, A. Mikhaylov, R. Semyonova
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 184

    Abstract
    Economic activity is distributed unevenly, following human resettlement, so that high-concentration zones (large cities urban agglomerations) are combined with uninhabited [...]

  • . Yu.M.Gorlin, V. Fedorov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 163

    Abstract
    Problems related to the mechanism of pension indexation in the framework of compulsory pension insurance are discussed in this paper. The analysis has allowed to identify [...]

  • M. N.V., F. Yu.F
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 164

    Abstract
    Work is assigned by the foreign labor inspectorate in Russia and the labor inspectorate of Russian women inside Russia. There are cases of detection of cases of freelance [...]

  • N. Tarasova, I. Pastukhova, S. Chigrina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 165

    Abstract
    Relevance. The digitalization of the life of society, forced by the COVID-19 pandemic, determined a number of new processes and phenomena in the economic and social spheres. [...]

  • E. Dobrolyubova, V. Yuzhakov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 166

    Abstract
    Client centricity has been defined as one of the core directions for developing Russian strategy for social and economic development. Therefore, reviewing international practice [...]

  • E. Dobrolyubova, I. Shemonchuk
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 167

    Abstract
    Digital transformation is one of the national development objectives for Russia up to 2030. Its key implementation instruments at the federal level are ministerial digital [...]

  • I. Mikhel, D. Mikhel, A. Smolkin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 168

    Abstract
    The aim of the study is to analyze the history of epidemics in the ancient world and comprehend their consequences relating to the emergence of salvation religions. The relevance [...]

  • F. Portugal), R. Pereira, D. Cardoso, R. Carbas, A. Barbosa, L. Silva
    This presentation was made at 4th International Conference on Materials Design and Applications on 7-8 July 2022.

    Abstract
    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]

  • F. Portugal), R. Pereira, D. Cardoso, A. Barbosa, L. Silva
    This poster was presented at 4th International Conference on Materials Design and Applications on 7-8 July 2022.

    Abstract
    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]

  • P. Guijarro
    This presentation was made at the E-LASS event on 13-15 September 2022.

    Abstract
    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]

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    The presentation was made at the 61° Congreso de Ingenieria Naval e Industria Maritima on 26-28 October 2022.

  • J. Sa, A. Goldar
    This presentation was made at the 41st Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control on 5-7 July 2022.

    Abstract
    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]


  • Abstract
    Substantial part of heritage structures in Turkey is historic masonry arch bridges. To explore modeling issues, a numerical work has been initiated to better understand and [...]

  • S. Bayser
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 78

    Abstract
    Introduction: Motivation is an internal state that generates behaviors which trigger into actions in a specific direction and for a specific purpose. Objective: To describe [...]

  • L. Campello-Trujillo, M. Capote-Fernández
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 77

    Abstract
    Introduction: One form of organization of the teaching-learning process is on-the-job education and it is essential to contribute to the improvement of this process. Objective: [...]

  • C. Editorial
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 76

    Abstract
    Introduction: The improvement of professionals is a gradual process that occurs throughout life and through it significant learning is developed that influences professional, [...]

  • H. Bartoncello
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 75

    Abstract
    Introduction: The improvement of professionals is a gradual process that occurs throughout life and through it significant learning is developed that influences professional, [...]

  • S. Fuentealba, J. Rojas, J. Valverde, R. Suárez, L. Ares
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 74

    Abstract
    Introduction: The Protocols of protection for hemato-oncological patient care are based on the adequacy of existing and scientifically validated scales.Objective: To describe [...]

  • I. López, J. Rojas, J. Valverde, R. Suárez, L. Ares
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 73

    Abstract
    Introduction: The on-call pass is one of the means of coordination within each service that is used to schedule, manage and evaluate patient care.Objective: to describe the [...]

  • P. Roussel
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 72

    Abstract
    Introduction: The horizontal integration of health services can be strengthened through process management that makes it possible to conceive how to work through systems that [...]

  • M. Giménez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 71

    Abstract
    Introduction: Nursing as a health educator is the first to have contact with the patient who enters a service to consult or alleviate any ailment.Objective: to analyze satisfaction [...]

  • I. Kancheff
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 70

    Abstract
    Introduction: The quality of the encounter between the nurse and the patient makes the difference between a humanized practice and an instrumental one; for this reason, an [...]

  • J. Gonzalez-Argote, C. Lepez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 69

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    Introduction: Academic excellence constitutes one of the most important and controversial elements in contemporary higher education; since its determination is closely linked [...]

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    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 68

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    Introduction: Competencies are understood as an integrated combination of knowledge skills and attitudes conducive to adequate and timely performance in various contexts of [...]