Many diseases and associated treatments are related to flow features in the circulation system and airways. Being able to better understand and predict these flows would have a positive impact on diagnostic and treatment capabilities as well as on the design and optimization of biomedical systems. To this respect, advanced numerical and experimental methods are natural complements to the medical imaging techniques used in the clinical routine. The purpose of SIG37 is to bring together scientists (e.g.: researchers, engineers, physicians, medical physicists, biologists) interested in the following topics relevant to in vivo, in vitro and in silico biomedical fluid mechanics:
The SIG37 has got more than 65 members from 12 European countries. Please do not hesitate to use the form below to register your interest and join us or to contact the coordinator, or address any question about the group. We look forward to hearing from you.
2nd International School on Hemophysics - NEW DATE ANNOUNCED!!! Date: 6th - 9th October 2020 5th - 9th October 2021 Location: University of Montpellier, France SIG: SIG37 Biomedical Fluid Mechanics Organisers: Prof. F. Nicoud (University of Montpellier), Dr. M. Abkarian (CNRS6 Oct 2020
2nd International Workshop On Flow-Induced Blood Damage in Rotating Systems (BDW2020) POSTPONED to 2021 please see details on https://www.bdw2020.org/ Location: University of Rostock, Institute of Turbomachinery, Albert-Einstein Str. 2, 18059 Rostock, Germany Date: 3rd - 4th3 Sep 2020
3rd Workshop on Modelling of Biological Cells, Fluid Flow and Microfluidics 2020 Location: Hotel Rozsutec, Vratna, Slovakia Date: 9th - 13th February 2020 SIG: SIG37 Biomedical fluid mechanics Organisers: SIG37 Biomedical fluid mechanics: Prof. Franck Nicoud, University of9 Feb 2020
Report on SIG37 workshop 3rd Workshop on Modelling of Biological Cells, Fluid Flow and Microfluidics 2020 Our workshop was organized from 9-13 February 2020, it was located in Hotel Rozsutec in Vratna, Slovakia. There were 22 participants – students and researchers from universities and8 Apr 2020