Masoud Nickaeen
Masoud Nickaeen
Senior Scientist, Metrum Research Group
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Transport, resealing, and re-poration dynamics of two-pulse electroporation-mediated molecular delivery
Y Demiryurek, M Nickaeen, M Zheng, M Yu, JD Zahn, DI Shreiber, H Lin, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1848 (8), 1706-1714, 2015
352015
A free-boundary model of a motile cell explains turning behavior
M Nickaeen, IL Novak, S Pulford, A Rumack, J Brandon, BM Slepchenko, ...
PLOS Computational Biology 13 (11), e1005862, 2017
332017
Newton multigrid least-squares FEM for the V-V-P formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations
M Nickaeen, A Ouazzi, S Turek
Journal of Computational Physics 256 (1), 416–427, 2014
212014
The radiation and variable viscosity effects on electrically conducting fluid over a vertically moving plate subjected to suction and heat flux
P Malekzadeh, MA Moghimi, M Nickaeen
Energy Conversion and Management 52 (5), 2040-2047, 2011
132011
Actin assembly produces sufficient forces for endocytosis in yeast
M Nickaeen, J Berro, TD Pollard, BM Slepchenko
Molecular biology of the cell 30 (16), 2014-2024, 2019
102019
Performance aspects of a mixed s‐v LSFEM for the incompressible Navier‐Stokes equations with improved mass conservation
A Schwarz, J Schröder, S Serdas, S Turek, A Ouazzi, M Nickaeen
PAMM 13 (1), 513-514, 2013
82013
Unite to divide – how models and biological experimentation have come together to reveal mechanisms of cytokinesis
DB Cortes, A Dawes, J Liu, M Nickaeen, W Strychalski, AS Maddox
Journal of Cell Science 131 (24), jcs203570, 2018
62018
A comparative study of mixed least-squares FEMs for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
A Schwarz, M Nickaeen, S Serdas, C Nisters, A Ouazzi, J Schröder, ...
International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering 17 (1), 80-97, 2018
62018
An Alternative Strategy for the Solution of Heat and Incompressible Fluid Flow Problems via the Finite Volume Method
M Nickaeen, A Ashrafizadeh, S Turek
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 62 (5), 393-411, 2012
52012
Numerical simulation of fluid flow and heat transfer in an industrial continuous furnace
SD Rad, A Ashrafizadeh, M Nickaeen
Applied Thermal Engineering 117, 263–274, 2017
42017
Least‐squares finite element methods for the Navier‐Stokes equations for generalized Newtonian fluids
S Serdas, A Schwarz, J Schröder, S Turek, A Ouazzi, M Nickaeen
PAMM 14 (1), 623-624, 2014
32014
Simulation of the mechanics of actin assembly during endocytosis in yeast
M Nickaeen, J Berro, TD Pollard, BM Slepchenko
bioRxiv, 518423, 2019
12019
Newton-Multigrid Least-Squares FEM for S-V-P Formulation of the Navier-Stokes Equations
A Ouazzi, M Nickaeen, S Turek, M Waseem
Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications - ENUMATH 2013 103, 651-659, 2015
12015
Efficient FEM and multigrid solvers for the least squares method with application to non-Newtonian fluid flows
M Nickaeen
Dissertation, Technische Universität Dortmund, 2014, 2014
12014
Influence of higher interpolation orders in mixed LSFEM for the incompressible Navier‐Stokes equations
S Serdas, A Schwarz, J Schröder, S Turek, A Ouazzi, M Nickaeen
PAMM 13 (1), 301-302, 2013
12013
A Characteristic-Based Split Finite Volume Algorithm for the Solution of Incompressible Flow Problems
M Nickaeen, A Ashrafizadeh
Proc. Fifth European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics 1, 177, 2010
12010
Using COMSOL Multiphysics® Software for Benchmarking Problems in Cell Migration
M Nickaeen, IL Novak, A Mogilner, BM Slepchenko
2016
A Semi-Implicit CBS Finite Volume Algorithm for the Solution of Incompressible Flow Problems
M Nickaeen, A Ashrafizadeh
18th Annual Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, 2010
2010
Comparison Between Two Characteristic-Based Split Finite Volume Methods for the Solution of Incompressible Flow Problems
M Nickaeen, A Ashrafizadeh
13th Annual and 2nd International Fluid Dynamics Conference, 33, 2010
2010
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