Jean-Marc Allain is co-chairing the upcoming workshop "Biomechanics from cells to tissues", which "aims to bring together engineers, physicists and life scientists working at the interface between mechanics, biology and medicine to exchange recent results and stimulate further interactions within the Paris-Saclay and broader Paris area.". Martin Genet will be Continue ReadingJean-Marc Allain co-chair, Martin Genet plenary speaker @ upcoming Parisian Biomechanics Workshop
The second paper of Aurora Armiento and Philippe Moireau has been published in PLOS One. In this paper, we invesitage how models and data assimilation can be very useful tools to study oligomerisation processes and propose new pathways consistent with experimental observations. This article correspond to the second publication associated Continue ReadingNew paper on A. Armiento's PhD work on protein polymerisation
In mechanics, can we physically characterize a dynamical system by observing its shape variations? More precisely, given an (infinite-dimensional) dynamical system, how can we assimilate the shape of the deforming domain to estimate the complete solution and eventually identify some physical parameters? Our problem belongs to the category of data Continue ReadingPhD position on Shape observers for elastodynamics problems – Applications to medical imaging and to the characterisation of red blood cells
Philippe Moireau is defending his research habilitation today in Amphi Sophie Germain. Please download his manuscript here.
Philippe Moireau presented the team at the 2016 Inria scientific colloquium (Video in French).
The Cemracs is a scientific event of the SMAI (the french Society of Applied and Industrial Mathematics) scientific which aims to bring together scientists from both the academic and industrial communities during 6 weeks at CIRM in Luminy (Marseille, France). The Cemracs 2016 (July 18th - August 26th) is devoted this year to numerical challenges Continue ReadingCemracs 2016 co-organized by Philippe Moireau
The Biomechanical Engineering Master is a second-year (M2) specialty program of the University of Paris-Saclay Master of Mechanics. The aim of the program is to provide students with specialization in the application of mechanics to biological and biomedical systems. All instruction is in English and is delivered by a group Continue ReadingM3DISIM participates in new Master's in biomechanical engineering