• Abou Orom, Lara

    Dr. Abou Orom, Lara

    Lecturer
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    abouormla@rhu.edu.lb

    Dr. Abouorm, part timer at Rafik Hariri University, College of Science & Information Systems. She obtained a Ph.D. in mathematics and mechanical engineering from Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne , France. Ever since 2011 she’s been teaching different courses in MATH at Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne (2011 - 2013) and Rafik Hariri University-Lebanon, Notre Dame University (2014 till present) and Lebanese university (2014 till present) . The taught courses covered a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to: numerical Analysis, linear Algebra, calculus III, calculus II, ODE, PDE, advanced calculus I and II, topology, advanced statistics for business.

     

     Her main research interests are the integro differential equations, partial differential equations, stabilizations methods applied to Stokes and Darcy flows. Dr. Abouorm has more than 9 publications in different International Conferences such Aveiro , ECOMAS (Austria) , FPCCM1 , Auckland as well as International Journals such as Key Engineering Materials, European Journal of Computational Mechanics.

     

    EDUCATION

    • degree in mathematical and mechanical engineering, from Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne, France, 2013
    • degree in applied maths from Joseph Fourier university, Grenoble, France, 2010
    • degree in pure maths from the Lebanese University, Faculty of Science (Branch I), Beirut, Lebanon, 2009

     

    PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

    • Integro differential equations
    • Stabilization methods
    • Traveling waves equations

     

    REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

    • Simulation par éléments finis des procédés par infusion de résine, Julien Bruchon, Sylvain Drapier, Guillaume Pacquaut, Nicolas Moulin, Lara Abouorm, Lavoisier, pp:383-393
    • Monolithic approach of Stokes-Darcy coupling for LCM process modelling. L. Abouorm, N. Moulin, J. Bruchon and S. Drapier: Key Engineering Materials Vol. 554-557(2013) p. 447-455
    • Stokes/Darcy coupling in severe regimes using multiscale stabilization for mixed finite elements: monolithic approach versus decoupled approach,L. Abouorm, R. Troian, S. Drapier, J. Bruchon and N. Moulin: European Journal of Computational Mechanics
    • A robust monolithic approach for resin infusion based process modelling, L.AbouOrm, M.Blaise, S.Drapier, J.Bruchon and N.Moulin,Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 611-612 (2014) pp 306-315
    • Stokes/Darcy coupling: comparison of numerical and experimental results between coupled and decoupled approaches, L.Abouorm, A.Dereims, S.Drapier,J,Bruchon, N.moulin. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design journal - Elsevier