Today Martin Genet shared some views on the future of pulmonology during a round table with Olaf Mercier (Hôpital Marie Lannelongue - Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph), Irène Vignon-Clémentel (INRIA) & Caroline Caramella (Hôpital Marie Lannelongue - Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph) on "The lung - platform for integration and Continue ReadingM3DISIM @ E4H
This week Jessica Manganotti, Jérôme Diaz, Mahdi Manoochehrtayebi & Martin Genet presented work on the circulation, the heart & the lung at the 7th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering (CMBE22) in Milano, Italy, illustrating the broad spectrum of the team!
It's fall! Time for MΞDISIM to welcome new doctoral fellows: Giulia Merlini will be working with Jean-Marc Allain and Sébastien Imperiale on cornea biomechanics. Alice Peyraut will be working with Martin Genet and Philippe Moireau on lung poromechanics and estimation. Welcome to both and enjoy your time in the team!
Martin Genet will be presenting some collaborative work with Nicole Tueni and Jean-Marc Allain on the origin of the anisotropy of the myocardium at the 46th congress of the francophone society of biomechanics (SB 2021) next week! He will also chair a session on "Cellular & Tissular Biomechanics".
Martin Genet will be presenting some collaborative work with Cécile Patte and Dominique Chapelle on Personalized Pulmonary Mechanics at the 17th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (CMBBE 2021) this week!
Today Nicole Tueni defended her thesis! Congrats Nicole and best wishes for the future!! By the way, her PhD thesis is available at https://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/tel-03330458.
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 Reading(Closed) PhD on Modeling and Estimation of Lung Poromechanics
Today Cécile Patte defended her thesis! Congrats Cécile and best wishes for the future!!