Four teaching positions are available in the Mechanics Department of École Polytechnique, including one full-time faculty position (Assistant Professor) in Bio-materials! See https://www.linkedin.com/posts/eric-charkaluk-99170965_postes-ouverts-au-d%C3%A9partement-de-m%C3%A9canique-activity-7160643818109734914-AdlQ for more details.
Martin Genet (with the help of Philippe Moireau and Patrick Le Tallec) just introduced a new formulation of the equilibrium gap principle in the context of finite element motion tracking, cf. https://doi.org/10.5802/crmeca.228! The code is available online (https://gitlab.inria.fr/mgenet/dolfin_warp), and there are even freely available Jupyter notebooks to reproduce the figures Continue ReadingNew paper on mechanical regularization for motion tracking
Martin Genet will be a keynote speaker at the BIOREME (Biophysical Modelling in Respiratory Medicine) Network Conference 2024, which will be held in Nottingham, UK, next January—it is still time to register so do not hesitate to do so if you are interested in pulmonary biomechanical modeling!
This week MΞDISIM is taking part to the MécaBioSanté GdR annual workshop, this year at INSA-Lyon:
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