Simone Rossi gave the April 24 NYU biomathematics/computational biology colloquium on his work on modeling cardiac dynamics. The title of his talk is Computational Modeling of Cardiac Electromechanics.
Charles Puelz gave the April 10 NC State biomathematics seminar on his PhD thesis work. The title of his talk was Computational modeling of Fontan hemodynamics.
Elijah DeLee defended his undergraduate honors thesis, Assessing the Scalability of Parallel Programs: Case studies from IBAMR, on Friday, April 6. Elijah will be graduating with honors in May. Congratulations, Elijah!
Several group members will be presenting their research at this weekend’s SIAM SEAS conference at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Ben Vadala-Roth is speaking on IB models of incompressible elasticity in MS 22: Biological Fluid-Structure Interaction Systems at Low to Intermediate Reynolds Numbers at noon on Saturday.
Mike Lee is speaking on FSI models of bioprosthetic heart valves in MS 23: Innovations in Biomechanical Modeling of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiology at 11:40 on Saturday.
Charlie Talbot is speaking about his work on developing peridynamic models of soft biological materials in MS 26: Advances in Applied Mathematics.
In addition, Aaron Barrett is presenting a poster on his work on numerical methods for FSI in complex (polymeric) fluids, and Charles Puelz and Margaret Anne Smith are presenting a poster on their work on developing a new FSI heart model.
Congratulations to Aaron Barrett, who successfully completed his oral qualifying exam on numerical methods for fluid-structure interaction in complex (viscoelastic) fluid environments!
Charles Puelz gave the November 1 Virginia Tech numerical analysis seminar on his PhD thesis work. The title of his talk was Discretizations of 1D blood flow models and an application to the Fontan physiology.
Charles Puelz gave the September 1 UNC applied math colloquium on his PhD thesis work. The title of his talk was One dimensional vessel network models for studying abnormal physiologies.
Simone Rossi’s paper on extending the mondomain and bidomain models describing excitation propagation in cardiac muscle has been accepted for publication!
S. Rossi and B. E. Griffith. Incorporating inductances in tissue-scale models of cardiac electrophysiology. Chaos. Accepted for publication
Ali Hasan’s paper from his undergraduate thesis work on image-based modeling of the aortic root has been accepted for publication!
A. Hasan, E. M. Kolahdouz, A. Enquobahrie, T. G. Caranasos, J. P. Vavalle, and B. E. Griffith. Image-based immersed boundary model of the aortic root. Med Eng Phys. Accepted for publication