My recent paper about stabilization of the advection-diffusion-reaction simulations (with possible applications to the simulations of the pathogen spread in the air) has been recognized by the Springer Nature

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Temat: Your chapter is included in a global program to ensure important research is accessible
Data: 2020-08-25 16:02
Od: Springer Nature
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Dear Maciej Paszynski,
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