Integrated Heart Workshop, April 15-17, 2019

With great pleasure we announce the Workshop

  Towards an integrated numerical heart model
  Coupling the relevant physics the right way

Bad Herrenalb, April 15-17, 2019

Registration:

Registration is now open until February 15, 2019.
The number of participants is limited to 40 persons.
Link to registration & Info: http://integrated-heart-model-2019.math.kit.edu

As part of the BMBFs Mathematics for Innovations programme this Workshop
will be held in Bad Herrenalb.

Objectives:
Mathematical modeling of aspects of cardiac physiology, such as
elastomechanics, electrophysiology and flow, has seen tremendous advances
during the last years. The coupling of two or more of these physics to an
integrated heart model remains challenging, though, due to differing
temporal and spatial scales and various ways of interaction.
In this workshop, we want to address the following questions: Which coupling
scenarios are relevant for certain use cases (e.g. during a physiological
heart beat or in disease modeling)? What are appropriate models to describe
the coupling and methods to solve the coupled system?
How to deal with uncertainty across multiple physics?

We will bring together experts from various disciplines.

Invited speakers

Luca Dedè, MOX - Modeling and Scientific Computing, Politecnico di Milano

Peter Kohl, Institute for Experimental Cardiovascular Medicine, University Heart Centre Freiburg Bad Krozingen

Rolf Krause, Institute of Computational Science, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano

Gary Mirams, Centre for Mathematical Medicine & Biology, University of Nottingham

Steven Niederer, Biomedical Engineering Department, King's College London

Gernot Plank, Biophysics, Medical University Graz

Maxime Sermesant, Asclepios Research Project, Inria, Sophia Antipolis

Samuel Wall, Department of Computational Physiology, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway

Organized by

Christian Wieners
Olaf Dössel
Bettina Frohnapfel
Vincent Heuveline

 

For further details please visit http://integrated-heart-model-2019.math.kit.edu