PhD fellowship on Multi-Scale Modeling of Lung Poromechanics

Context & Objectives The lungs are the primary organs of the respiratory system in humans and many animals, responsible for molecular exchanges between external air and internal blood through mechanical ventilation. It has an extraordinary complex architecture, with the inherent fractal structure of the bronchial and blood vessel trees, as Continue ReadingPhD fellowship on Multi-Scale Modeling of Lung Poromechanics

2019 arrivals

It's fall! Time for M3DISIM to welcome new doctoral fellows: Guillaume Baillif, MS, will be working with Frédérique Clément Jona Joachim, MD, will be working with Fabrice Vallée & Dominique Chapelle Jessica Manganotti, MS, will be working with Sébatien Imperial & Philippe Moireau Welcome to all and enjoy your time Continue Reading2019 arrivals

2019 interns

It's spring! Time for M3DISIM to host a few internships: Laura Wolff (Master student from Paris-Saclay University) will work on multiscale mechanics of blood clot with Jean-Marc Allain. Camille Declerck (Master student from ENSAM, on her way to Medical School) will work on cardiac muscle structure and mechanics with Jean-Marc Continue Reading2019 interns

New paper with MSU and ETHZ on Mechanical Regularization for Medical Image Registration

Title: Equilibrated warping: Finite element image registration with finite strain equilibrium gap regularization Authors: Martin Genet, Christian T. Stoeck, Constantin von Deuster, Lik Chuan Lee, Sebastian Kozerke Abstract: In this paper, we propose a novel continuum finite strain formulation of the equilibrium gap regularization for image registration. The equilibrium gap Continue ReadingNew paper with MSU and ETHZ on Mechanical Regularization for Medical Image Registration

2018 Interns

It's spring! Time for M3DISIM to host a few internships: Jérôme Diaz (Fourth year student at École Polytechnique within the Paris-Saclay University Biomechanical Engineering Master) will work on a cylindrical ventricular model with Martin Genet and Philippe Moireau. Chloé Giraudet (Master's student from Paris-Saclay University Biomechanical Engineering Master) will work Continue Reading2018 Interns