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Electromechanical Model of Cardiac Muscle Tissue with Mechano-Electrical Feedback
Electromechanical Model of Cardiac Muscle Tissue with Mechano-Electrical Feedback
On 12th of March 2020 one of the leading experts of RUDN Research Center Mathematical Modelling in Biomedicine Fyodor A. Syomin held an open lecture Electromechanical Model of Cardiac Muscle Tissue with Mechano-Electrical Feedback

Many heart diseases are associated with arrhythmias of various nature. For a deeper understanding of the causes of arrhythmias formation and conditions of their persistence, as well as for the development of accurate personalized models that could be applied in medical practice, a detailed model of myocardial electromechanics is needed. Such a model should consider the interconnections of processes of various nature, and, if possible, be quite simple from a computational point of view. RUDN mathematicians present a prototype of the electromechanical model of the myocardium, in which the description of the electrical activation of the cardiac muscle by a simple Aliev-Panfilov model is coupled with a new model of myocardial mechanics developed by the group of the report author. The simulation results for the appearance and propagation of spiral waves of the action potential in deformable myocardium are shown. The effects of mechano-electrical feedback taken into account and introduced at the levels of the cell and tissue are demonstrated.

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The conference was attended by more than 100 participants from the United States, Russia, Egypt, Australia, India, Mexico, South Africa, Nepal. The main topics were dedicated to issues of diabetes and metabolic disorders, complications of diabetes, modern methods of prevention and treatment
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22 Oct
Science Festival NAUKA 0+ 2020

The First online Science Festival -2020 October 9, 17, Science Festival took place at RUDN University. The scientific festival which is carried out within the framework of the All-Russian Festival of Science

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22 Oct
Anastasia Daraseliya, RUDN postgraduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology, participated in the The IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications

Anastasia Daraseliya, RUDN postgraduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology, participated in the The IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications was held in London (UK) from August 31 to September 3, 2020. The conference was held online on Whova platform together with Zoom.

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20 Jul
"How Kaiser Wilhelm Got into a Galosh": a Modern View of the Coverage of the Paris Peace Conference

It would be shortsighted to underestimate the outcomes of the First world war. The mistakes made in this war, which were not taken into consideration, largely determined the further course of history of the 20th century. The radical restructuring of the world order did not solve all the accumulated problems. Over the past hundred years, researchers have been rethinking the role of the first world war: one of the key projects, which brought together 28 participants from 11 countries, was completed in the Romanian city of Alba Iulia at the conference “International Treaties of the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)”. According to its results, a collective monograph was published in the very heart of the victorious Entente, at Cambridge Scholars Publishing, entitled “The Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920) and Its Aftermath. Settlements, Problems and Perceptions”.

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