Charles Puelz gave a talk at the 2018 ECCM-ECFD meeting in Glasgow, Scotland on our recent work on whole-heart modeling. The title of his talk was *Immersed boundary finite element hyperelastic heart model.*

# Category: Talks

# Simone Rossi gives the NYU biomathematics/computational biology colloquium

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 gives the NC State biomathematics seminar

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**.*

# SIAM SEAS at UNC

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.

# Charles Puelz gives the Virginia Tech numerical analysis seminar

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 gives the UNC applied math seminar

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 .*