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New NSF software infrastructure award

August 14, 2019

We are trilled to announce that we just received notification of a new $1.3M award through the NSF Cyberinfrastructure for Sustained Scientific Innovation program. This project will develop multiphase and low Mach number flow simulation capabilities in the IBAMR software and will re-engineer IBAMR to scale to 1000’s of cores and beyond. These capabilities will enable specific applications, including biological applications along with wave-energy converter devices and additive manufacturing (3D printing).

This is a collaborative project that will be carried out with teams of researchers at Northwestern University (PI: Neelesh Patankar), San Diego State University (PI: Amneet Bhalla), and University at Buffalo (PI: Matt Knepley).

New award on modeling IVC filters with the FDA

September 7, 2018

We are trilled to announce that we just received notification of a new $160K research award on developing models of IVC filters through the NSF/FDA Scholar-in-Residence at the FDA program. This project is in collaboration with Brent Craven in the Division of Applied Mechanics in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health at the FDA.

New award on modeling atrial fibrillation

July 23, 2018

We are trilled to announce that we just received notification of a new $2.8M research award on developing multiscale models of blood clotting in atrial fibrillation through the NIH-led multiagency Predictive Multiscale Models for Biomedical, Biological, Behavioral, Environmental and Clinical Research program. The project team includes investigators at Duke University (PI: Craig Henriquez) and the University of Utah (PI: Aaron Fogelson).