Kateřina Škardová and Martin Genet are attending MORTech 2023 (6th International Workshop on Model Reduction Techniques) at Laboratoire de Mécanique de Paris-Saclay (LMPS), École Normale Supérieur de Paris-Saclay (ENS-PS), to learn about current trends in model reduction methods—we even met a future member of the team (more on that soon)!
It's fall! Time for MΞDISIM to welcome new members: Welcome to all and enjoy your time in the team!
MΞDISIM is present this week at the 48th Congress of the Francophone Society of Biomechanics:
Martin Genet, Jérôme Diaz, Dominique Chapelle & Philippe Moireau just introduced a new —intermediate— level in the team's cardiac model hierarchy (3D & reduced "spherical" model) with a reduced "cylindrical" model: https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cnm.3711 You can find our preprint on HAL: https://hal.science/hal-03832575
This week MΞDISIM is present at the 18th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering:
This week MΞDISIM is taking part to the MécaBioSanté GdR annual workshop: Looking forward to next year's meeting!
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Today Sébatien Imperiale defended his habilitation thesis, in front of an impressive jury: Gregoire Allaire (Institut Polytechnique de Paris) Alexandre Ern (École des Ponts ParisTech) Eric Bonnetier (Université Grenoble-Alpes) Bruno Després (Sorbonne Université) Sonia Fliss (Institut Polytechnique de Paris) Bertrand Maury (Université Paris-Sud) Patrick Joly (Institut Polytechnique de Paris)