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MINISYMPOSIUM: Numerical Methods for Blood Flow Simulation

MINISYMPOSIUM organized within the International Conference

ENUMATH 2015, 14-18 September, Ankara, TURKEY

 

This minisymposium is devoted to the modern methods of mathematical and numerical modeling of blood flows and related processes. Pathologies such as thrombosis, atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, hypertension, strokes or diabetes are mainly related to disturbances of local homeostasis. Their mathematical and numerical study is an important tool for clinical diagnosis and therapeutic planning.

The minisymposium will bring together the specialists in numerical methods and mathematical modeling of blood flows. Various aspects of numerical modeling of local and global blood flows will be addressed.

 

CO-ORGANIZERS:

Adélia Sequeira, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Yuri Vassilevski, Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Moscow, Russia

Vitaly Volpert, CNRS, University Lyon 1, France



  ENUMATH 2015
  PROGRAMME
  Book of Abstracts

UT Austin | Portugal CoLab - Advanced Computing and PHYSIOMATH Autumn School and Workshop (November 9-13, 2015, Lisbon, Portugal)

                                                                           

                                                               Autumn School (November 9-13)

                                                  Data Driven Computations in the Life Sciences

                                                 

                                                            One Day Workshop (November 12)

                                           Innovative Modeling Techniques for Predictive Medicine

 

Organizing Committee:

Adélia Sequeira and Jorge Tiago (Depart. of Math and CEMAT, IST/UL); Marília Pires (Depart. of Math. Univ. Évora)

 

The aim of the School and the Workshop is to bring together doctoral candidates, postdoctoral scientists and graduates in applied mathematics, bioengineering and medicine, who wish to be involved in the fascinating research field of computational modeling of physiological problems and to interact with recognized experts.

Detailed information available at: URL: http://cemat.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/DDCLS2015

 

  • Autumn School Speakers:

            Miguel Ángel Fernández (INRIA, Paris – Rocquencourt, France)

            Alessandro Reali (Università di Pavia, Italy)

            Alessandro Veneziani (Emory University, Atlanta, USA)

 

  • Workshop Speakers:

           Chandrajit Bajaj (ICES/UT Austin, USA)

           Antonio Fasano (Univ. Firenze, Italia)

           Shaolie Hossain (Texas Heart Inst./Houston and ICES/UT Austin, USA)

           Willi Jäger (Univ. Heidelberg, Germany)

           Paula Oliveira (Univ. Coimbra, Portugal)

           Maria Neuss-Radu (Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)

           Michael Sacks (ICES/UT Austin, USA)

           Alessandro Veneziani A(Emory University, Atlanta, USA).

 

The Workshop will also include a small number of short presentations. There is no registration fee. 

Interested participants should register by sending an email to jftiago@math.tecnico.ulisboa.pt.

Deadline for applications and abstract submission: October 15, 2015.



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  UT Austin|Portugal Colab
  Center for Computational and Stochastic Mathematics

Research Fellowship 2015 (Open Position)

A research fellowship is available at AIDFM – Associação para Investigação e Desenvolvimento da Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa in the framework of the project “PHYSIOMATH – Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Human Physiology” EXCL/MAT-NAN/0114/2012. This position is funded by FCT, the Portuguese Science Foundation, and the Portuguese Ministry for Education and Science (MEC) through PIDDAC.

Research will be focused on 1) mathematical modeling of baroreflex and chemoreflex with applications to acute myocardial infarction, 2) computational modeling of the aortic insufficiency. Selected candidates must have obtained a university degree (3 years minimum) in Bioengineering or Biotechnology with a strong knowledge of physiology, mathematical modeling and numerical methods. Good programming skills are also required.

The position is available for 9 months and the monthly stipend is 745 €. There are no teaching duties associated to this position.

To ensure full consideration, interested candidates should send by email (mfaticae@medicina.ulisboa.pt) a CV and a statement of purpose describing relevant expertise and research interests.

The same email address may be used for further information.

Deadline for applications: April 10, 2015

The announcement is published in: ERACAREERS