Workshop Mathematical Modeling

International workshop Mathematical Modeling in Hemodynamics

Faculté des Sciences et Techniques
Campus Métare
Salle du conseil

Organised by MODMAD, ENSMSE and ICJ.

 

 

 

The workshop is devoted to an important trend in biomathematics, mathematical modeling in hemodynamics.

This workshop continues the series of conferences on multiscale methods and applications in engineering and biology. Such methods combine microscopic and macroscopic descriptions of the phenomena and are usually based on asymptotic and numerical analysis of the microscopic model equations. The application of these methods allows creating new more adequate and more precise models in biology and medicine.

The workshop will bring together the well-known specialists in the topic and young researchers and students.  The theoretical results will be presented together with the numerical and computer experiments. 

Poster of the workshop

 

 Organizers:

S. Avril, Mines Saint-Etienne, France
G. Panasenko, University Jean Monnet, Université de Lyon, France

 

Speakers  :

Miquel Aguirre, Mines Saint-Étienne, France,
Stéphane Avril, Mines Saint-Étienne,France,
Cristobal Bertoglio, Bernouilli Institute, Groningen, Netherlands,
Antonio Gil, Swansea University, UK,
Aleksandr Grigoriev, North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia,
Yiqian He, Dilian University, China,
Marie-Hélène Lafage Proust, University Jean Monnet, France,
Grigory Panasenko, University Jean Monnet, France,
Konstantin Pileckas, Vilnius University, Lithuania,
Olga Stikoniene, Vilnius University, Lithuania,
Yury Vassilevskii, Institute of Numerical Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia..

 

Program

Preliminary Program

November 19, 2018

9:00-9:15

 Opening 

9:15-9:45

 Yury Vassilevskii, Institute of Numerical Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

 Numerical modelling of incompressible flows in time-dependent domains and hemodynamic applications

9:50-10:20

 Cristóbal Bertoglio, Johann Bernoulli Institute, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

 Inverse problems in hemodynamics from MRI

10:25-10:45  

 Coffee break

10:45-11:15

 Antonio Gil, Swansea University, UK,

 An enhanced Immersed Structural Potential Method for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems

11:20-11:50

 Stéphane Avril, Mines Saint-Etienne, France

 Correlation between wall shear stress and wall rupture  properties in ascending thoracic aortic aneurysms

12:00-13:30

 Lunch

November 20, 2018 

10:10-10:40  

 Konstantinas Pileckas, Vilnius University, Lithuania

 TBA

10:45-11:15

 Olga Stikoniene, Vilnius University, Lithuania

 Frédéric Chardard, University Jean Monnet/University of Lyon, Saint-Etienne, France

 Modeling of flows in a network of thin tubes

11:20-11:50

Aleksandr Grigoriev, North-Eastern Federal University

Two-level approach for modeling blood flow in liver / liver lobule

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:30   

  Marie-Hélène Lafage Proust, University Jean Monnet/University of Lyon, Saint-Etienne, France

 TBA

14:35-15:05

 Yiqian He, Dilian University, China,

 A gradient-enhanced continuum damage  model for healing in soft tissue with growth and remodeling.

15:10-15:40

 Miguel Aguirre, Mines Saint-Etienne, France

 Implementation of an ALE - Coupled Momentum Method for the simulation of patient-specific nonlinear FSI phenomena in CRIMSON.

15:45-16:05

 Coffee break

16:05-16:35

 Grigory Panasenko, University Jean Monnet/University of Lyon, Saint-Etienne, France

 Coupling of models for viscous flows of different dimension.

16:40-17:00

 Closing of the workshop discussions

 

Abstracts

Miquel Aguirre:   Implementation of an ALE - Coupled Momentum Method for the simulation of patient-specific nonlinear FSI phenomena in CRIMSON
Stéphane Avril:    Correlation between wall shear stress and wall rupture  properties in ascending thoracic aortic aneurysms 
Cristobal Bertoglio:   Stable open boundary conditions in fluid dynamics
Antonio Gil:  An enhanced Immersed Structural Potential Method for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems
Aleksandr Grigoriev:   Two-level approach for modeling blood flow in liver / liver lobule 
Yiqian He:   A gradient-enhanced continuum damage model for healing in soft tissue with growth and remodeling 
Marie-Hélène Lafage Proust:   Bone vascularization: its role in the bone-organ
Grigory Panasenko:   Coupling of models for viscous flows of different dimension 
Konstantin Pileckas:   Stationary Navier-Stokes problem in 2D exterior domain  
Olga Stikoniene:   Modeling of flows in a network of thin tubes
Yury Vassilevskii:   Numerical modelling of incompressible flows in time-dependent domains and hemodynamic applications

 

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Photo of the workshop

 

   

 

 

 

 

Contacts

Prof. Grigory PANASENKO
Grigory.Panasenko @ univ-st-etienne.fr