Hamlyn Library, level 4 Bessemer Building 13:00-16:00 Wednesday 4th November 2015
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is playing an important role in furthering our understanding of blood flow. From investigating the fundamental relationships between anatomical morphology and blood flow to designing patient-specific stent grafts to stabilize flow, CFD provides us with a wealth of tools that allow researchers to not just observe and analyse flow patterns, but also to simulate the effects of proposed interventions. This ability to simulate promises to enable us to plan more effective treatment and surgery and design better implants.
This half-day workshop introduces some of the cutting edge research into patient-specific computational fluid dynamics that is taking place at Imperial College London. The workshop is open to anyone with an interest in flow simulation in the biomedical domain. The workshop will include a series of short talks by researchers and a discussion about the future of patient specific flow simulation.
To register your interest in the workshop, please contact the workshop organiser Dr Robert Merrifield (firstname.lastname@example.org).