Barcelona VPH Summer School 2017, May 22nd – 26th, 2017 | Marie Curie Alumni Association

Barcelona VPH Summer School 2017, May 22nd – 26th, 2017

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Barcelona VPH Summer School 2017, May 22nd – 26th, 2017

Flow Phenomena in Biomedicine

Dept. Information and Communication Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Virtual Physiological Human Institute

Information and registration: http://bcnvph.org


This Summer School provides a thorough overview and hands-on experience in state-of-the-art Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) research. The key concepts of this methodological and technological framework will be presented using illustrative cases and enriched with hands-on analysis under supervision of the experts. The focus on this 2nd edition will be Flow Phenomena in Biomedicine. The Summer School includes a poster session.

The Summer School is jointly organised by the Philips - UPF CardioFunXion Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate Program and The Virtual Physiological Human Institute, and the support of the Spanish Network of Excellence in Biomechanics.


Fees:
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Students and Technicians Early Registration. 100 EUR

Virtual Physiological Human Institute (VPHI) / European Society of Biomechanics (ESB) members. 100 EUR

Regular Early registration: 200 EUR


Confirmed Speakers:

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Day 1: Pathophysiology - Basic Science and Clinical Understanding

- Gemma Vilahur (Catalan Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences - ICCC)

- Xavier Trepat (ICREA, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia - IBEC)

- Javier Bermejo (Gregorio Marañón Hospital)


Day 2: Input Measurements - Acquisition, processing, quantification

- María Pilar Arroyo de Grandes (i3A - University of Zaragoza)

- Alberto Gómez (King's College London)

- José Rodríguez (Vall d'Hebron Hospital)


Day 3: Multiphysics/Multiscale Models - Organ, cell, molecular

- René van Donkelaar (Eindhoven University of Technology)

- Miguel Ángel Martínez Barca (University of Zaragoza)

- Kristin McLeod (Simula Research)

HONORARY VPH LECTURE

- Tina Morrison (Deputy Director, Division of Applied Mechanics, FDA)

Flow modelling for device and therapy regulation (18:00-19:00). Session in streaming

Day 4: Computational Aspects - Implementation, Validation, Coupling

- Eugenio Oñate (International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering - CIMNE)

- Pablo Lamata (King’s College London)

- Hernán Morales (Philips)


Day 5: Applications - Understanding, Decision-support, Therapy support

- Bindi Brook (University of Nottingham)

- Óscar Cámara (DTIC, Universitat Pompeu Fabra)


Parallel activities:

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- Poster session & contest

- Hands-on sessions

 

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