Arthur Le Gall : Conference paper accepted in Computing in Cardiology

It has been shown that Systolic Period Duration (SPD) measured with trans-esophageal echocardiography (TEE) is significantly shorter compared to measurements made with radial arterial pressure waveform. This difference could be interpreted in terms of arterial pressure amplifi- cation, a mechanism by which arterial pressure waveform is transformed alongside the arterial Continue ReadingArthur Le Gall : Conference paper accepted in Computing in Cardiology

New paper on A. Armiento PhD work on protein polymerisation

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 PhD work on protein polymerisation

New paper on microneurography and the cardiac baroreflex

Team member Alexandre Laurin recently published new methods to explore the relationship between the nervous and cardiovascular systems. The paper significantly simplifies existing techniques and diminishes the time-window necessary to obtain valid information. Their findings also support the idea that although the timing of norepinephrine bursts at the artery bed Continue ReadingNew paper on microneurography and the cardiac baroreflex

(Closed) PhD position on Cardiac Biomechanical Modeling of Chronic Right Ventricle Loading and its Impact on the Left Ventricle Health

MΞDISIM research team of Inria Saclay Ile-de-France jointly with University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, is opening an interdisciplinary PhD position combining cardiac simulations of the heart function with clinical data of patients with congenital heart diseases of the right ventricle (RV). Stenosis of the pulmonary valve is a Continue Reading(Closed) PhD position on Cardiac Biomechanical Modeling of Chronic Right Ventricle Loading and its Impact on the Left Ventricle Health

PhD position on Shape observers for elastodynamics problems – Applications to medical imaging and to the characterisation of red blood cells

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

M3DISIM in Le Parisien

Following our demo at the inauguration of the new wing of the Alan Turing building, Le Parisien had a conversation with Alexandre Laurin about seismocardiography. His work involves the development of an app that records SCGs and uses the team's models to perform incisive analysis.    

New paper on seismocardiography signal analysis

M3DSIM post-doctoral researcher Alexandre Laurin recently published an article titled Accurate and consistent automatic seismocardiogram annotation without concurrent ECG in the journal Physiological Measurements. It describes software that was written to distinguish the various parts of the seismocardiogram signal with no user input. It can be used to obtain heart-rate-variability, Continue ReadingNew paper on seismocardiography signal analysis

Aurora Armiento's PhD defense

Aurora Armiento defended today her PhD work on "Inverse problems and data assimilation methods applied to proteins polymerization" (in French), carried out under the supervision of Marie Doumic and Philippe Moireau. Congrats Aurora! You can find her PhD thesis on TEL, as well as some literature on HAL: