Seminar “MRI-based modeling of blood flows (in English)”
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3 Jun 2021
Direction: Science, Education, Life in RUDN
Subdirection: Differential equations
About the event
3 June at 16:30 MSK
Mathematical and computational modeling of the cardiovascular system is increasingly giving alternatives to traditional invasive clinical procedures, and allowing for richer diagnostic metrics. In blood flows, the personalization of the models relies on inverse problems using clinical data, in particular medical images for measuring both anatomy and function of the vasculature. In this talk I will review methods to integrate models and data in the context of blood flows.
Cristóbal Bertoglio, Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen.
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