Sergey Simakov


Department of Computational Physics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Marchuk Institute of Numerical Mathematics RAS, Sechenov University


Sergey Simakov is an associate professor in the Department of Computational Physics of (MIPT) in Russia. He received his bachelor’s, masters’ and PhD degree from MIPT (Russia). He was rewarded by Award Best Young Teacher from V.Potanin Foundation in 2009, by Award of the President of the Russian Federation for Young Scientists in 2012. He is a partner of NESA, an expert of RACS. He was the guest editor of the Journal of Mathematical Modelling for Natural Phenomena and Computer Research and Modelling and editor of the volume “Smart Modelling for Engineering Systems”, Springer-Verlag, Germany. He supervised 2 PhD students.


His main research interests are computational mathematics, numerical methods, modelling of the wave processes in a network, modelling of biological flows including cardiovascular and respiratory systems, transport processes, development of numerical tools for biomedical applications operated with patient-specific data. He is the author of more than 60 publications in these fields. With his colleagues, he developed a complex numerical model of respiratory and cardiovascular system with regulatory mechanisms, a method of numerical assessment of haemodynamic significance of the stenosis in coronary and cerebral vessels, a model of microcirculation during tumor angiogenesis, a model of blood flow during intensive exercise.


  1. Simakov S. Modern methods of mathematical modeling of blood flow using reduced order methods. Computer Research and Modelling, 5 (10), 581-604 (2018).
  2. Golov A, Simakov S, Soe YN, Pryamonosov R, Mynbaev O, Kholodov A, Multiscale CT-based Computational Modeling of Alveolar Gas Exchange during Artificial Lung Ventilation, Cluster (Biot) and Periodic (Cheyne-Stokes) Breathings and Bronchial Asthma Attack. Computation, 5(1), 11 (2017).
  3. Bessonov N., Sequeira, A., Simakov S., Vasilevski Y., Volpert, V. Methods of Blood Flow Modelling. Mathematical Modelling for Natural Phenomena, 11 (1), 1-25 (2016).
  4. S Simakov, T Gamilov, YN Soe, Computational Study of Blood Fow in Lower Extremities Under Intense Physical Load. Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling, 28 (5), 485-504 (2013).