[1] E. Marušić-Paloka, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Flow of a micropolar fluid through a channel with small boundary perturbation,

Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung A 71 (7) (2016), 607-619.

[2] U.S. Mahabaleshwar, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, F.J. Suárez-Grau, Effects of small boundary perturbation on the MHD duct flow,

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 44 (1) (2017), 83-101.

[3] I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Asymptotic approximation of the nonsteady micropolar fluid flow through a circular pipe,

Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Volume 2018 (2018), Article ID 6759876, 16 pages.

[4] M. Beneš, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Existence and uniqueness of the generalized Poiseuille solution for nonstationary micropolar flow in an infinite cylinder,

Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, Vol. 2018 (2018), No. 148, pp. 1-26.

[5] M. Beneš, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Rigorous derivation of the asymptotic model describing a nonsteady micropolar fluid flow through a thin pipe,

Computers & Mathematics with Applications 76 (9) (2018), 2035-2060.

[6] I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Asymptotic analysis of the nonsteady micropolar fluid flow through a curved pipe,

Applicable Analysis 99 (12) (2020), 2045-2092.

[7] E. Marušić-Paloka, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, On the Darcy-Brinkman-Boussinesq flow in a thin channel with irregularities,

Transport in Porous Media 131 (2) (2020), 633-660.

[8] M. Beneš, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Leray's problem for the nonstationary micropolar fluid flow,

Mediterranean Journal of Mathematics 17, 50 (2020), pp. 1-32.

[9] E. Marušić-Paloka, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Justification of the higher-order effective model describing the lubrication of a rotating shaft with micropolar fluid,

Symmetry 2020, 12 (3), 334, in Special Issue: Recent Advances in Micropolar Fluids, G. Lukaszewicz, P. Kalita (Eds.) (2020), pp. 1-21.

[10] I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, On the heat flow through a porous tube filled with incompressible viscous fluid,

Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung A 75 (4) (2020), 333-342.

[11] I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Effects of the viscous dissipation on the Darcy-Brinkman flow: Rigorous derivation of the higher-order asymptotic model,

Applied Mathematics and Computation 386 (2020), Article ID 125479, pp. 1-12.

[12] G. Lukaszewicz, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, Asymptotic analysis of the thermomicropolar fluid flow through a thin channel with cooling,

Applicable Analysis 101 (9) (2022), 3141-3169.

[13] M. Beneš, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, On viscous incompressible flows of nonsymmetric fluids with mixed boundary conditions,

Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 64 (2022), 103424 pp. 1-21.

[14] M. Beneš, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, B. Rukavina, Nonzero boundary condition for the unsteady micropolar pipe flow: well-posedness and asymptotics,

Applied Mathematics and Computation 427 (2022), Article ID 127184, pp. 1-22.

[15] E. Marušić-Paloka, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, MHD flow through a perturbed channel filled with a porous medium,

Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society 45 (2022), 2441-2471.

[16] I. Pažanin, M.Radulović, B. Rukavina, Rigorous derivation of the asymptotic model describing a steady thermomicropolar fluid flow through a curvilinear channel,

Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Physik 73, 195 (2022), pp. 1-25.

[1] E. Marušić-Paloka, I. Pažanin, M. Radulović, On the lubrication of a rotating shaft with incompressible micropolar fluid,

Proceedings of the Conference Topical Problems of Fluid Mechanics 2020, Prague / D.Šimurda, T.Bodnar (Eds.) (2020), pp. 160-167.

[1] Rigorous justification of the asymptotic model describing the nonsteady micropolar pipe flow,

Seminar Katedra Matematiky, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, 21.11.2017.

[2] On the Darcy-Brinkman-Boussinesq flow in a thin channel with irregularities,

Seminar Katedra Matematiky, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, 18.02.2020.

[3] Justification of the higher order moder describing a rotating shaft filled with micropolar fluid, Symposium on Difference & Differential Equations and Applications 2021,

International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2021, Sheraton Rhodes Resort, Rhodes, Greece, 21.09.2021.

[1] Flow of micropolar fluid through a channel with small boundary perturbation, Workshop Modern challenges in continuum mechanics,

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, Croatia, 05.04.2017. (poster)

[2] Flow of micropolar fluid through a channel with small boundary perturbation, International Conference on Differential and Difference Equations and Applications 2017,

Military Academy, Amadora, Portugal, 09.06.2017.

[3] Asymptotic analysis of a nonsteady micropolar fluid flow through a thin pipe, Emerging Trends in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 2018,

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, 21.06.2018.

[4] Rigorous derivation of a higher-order model describing the nonsteady flow of a micropolar fluid in a thin pipe, Ninth Conference on Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing,

Solaris, Šibenik, Croatia, 18.09.2018.

[5] Asymptotic analysis of the nonsteady micropolar fluid flow in a curved pipe, Equadiff 2019,

Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, 08.07.2019.

[6] Rigorous justification of the asymptotic model describing a nonsteady micropolar fluid flow through a thin curved pipe,

Multiscale Modeling in Fluid Mechanics and Fluid-Structure Interaction, Vilnius, Lihtuania, 11.10.2019.

[7] On the lubrication of a rotating shaft with incompressible micropolar fluid, Topical Problems of Fluid Mechanics 2020,

Prague, Czech Republic, 19.02.2020.

[8] On the Darcy-Brinkman-Boussinesq flow through a thin channel with slightly perturbed boundary, Tenth Conference on Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing,

Brijuni, Croatia, 14.09.2020.

[9] Rigorous derivation of the higher order model describing a rotating shaft filled with micropolar fluid, Brijuni Applied Mathematics Workshop 2021,

Brijuni, Croatia, 09.07.2021.

[10] Effects of the viscous dissipation on the Darcy-Brinkman flow, Analysis, PDEs and Applications,

Dubrovnik, Croatia, 24.06.2022.

[11] The effects of viscous dissipation on the Darcy-Brinkman flow, Equadiff15,

Brno, Czech Republic, 14.07.2022.

[1] 2014-2018, Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations of processes in thin or porous domains - MaSiMo,

scientific project (Croatian Science Foundation), investigator

[2] 2016-2019, Young Researchers' Career Development Project - Training of new doctoral students,

Croatian Science Foundation, PhD student

[3] 2018-2020, Development of the international graduate study programme of biomedical mathematics on Faculty of Science - BioMedMath,

European Social Fund (ESF), collaborator

[4] 2018-2022, Asymptotic analysis of the boundary value problems in continuum mechanics - AsAn,

scientific project (Croatian Science Foundation), investigator

[5] 2020-2023, Multiscale problems in fluid mechanics - MultiFM,

scientific project (Croatian Science Foundation), investigator

[1] Award of the Faculty of Science for young scientists in 2019./20.

** Review service ** for the international journals and conference proceedings: Journal of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, SN Applied Sciences,
Archive of Applied Mechanics, Journal of Mathematical Inequalities, ICNAAM 2021 Proceedings, Glasnik Matematički, Acta mathematica Spalatensia. Series didactica.

Undergraduate and graduate courses | Year |
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Applied Mathematical Analysis | 2022/23 |

Ordinary Differential Equations | 2022/23 |

Systems of Differential Equations | 2022/23 |

Dynamical Systems | 2022/23 |

Linear Algebra 2 | 2022/23 |

Mathematical Analysis 1 (Department of Physics) | |

Mathematical Analysis 2 (Department of Physics) | |

Fundamentals of Mathematical Analysis | |

Differential and Integral Calculus 1 | |

Methodology of Teaching in Mathematics 2 | |

Fundamentals of Algorithms |

Ph.D. courses | Year |
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Mathematical analysis of the multiscale problems in fluid mechanics | 2021/22 |

Assistant professor working at the Deparment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb.

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Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Bijenička cesta 30, 10000 Zagreb

E-mail: mradul@math.hr

Consultation: Thursday 10:00-12:00, office 207/II