Mechanics plays a dominant role in many biological systems and biomedical scenarios.
Because of the complexity of those systems, often advanced models and computational methods are mandatory to provide essential insight and unravel complex situations. This advanced webinar will cover a broad range of highly up-to-date topics in computational Biomechanics, where each individual topic is presented by an international leading scientist in the respective field.
Wednesday, December 2
08.40 - 09.00 Welcome
09.00 - 10.30 Session I - Wolfgang A. Wall
11.00 - 12.30 Session I - Wolfgang A. Wall
14.00 - 15.30 Session II - Dominique Chapelle
16.00 - 17.30 Session II - Dominique Chapelle
Thursday, December 3
09.00 - 10.30 Session III - Christian Cyron
11.00 - 12.30 Session III - Christian Cyron
14.00 - 15.30 Session IV - Marek Behr
16.00 - 17.30 Session IV - Marek Behr
Friday, December 4
09.00 - 10.30 Session VI - Bernhard A. Schrefler
11.00 - 12.30 Session V - Antonio De Simone
14.00 - 15.30 Session V - Antonio De Simone
16.00 - 17.30 Session VI - Bernhard A. Schrefler
Marek Behr (Chair for Computational Analysis of Technical Systems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
Session IV - Lectures on "Shear Stress and Blood Damage in Biomedical Devices"
Topics covered: Physiological modeling in cardiovascular flow simulation; constitutive models for blood; computational prediction of hemolysis; numerical design of biomedical devices.
Dominique Chapelle (Inria and Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France)
Session II - Lectures on "Cardiac Biomechanics"
Topics covered: Introduction to cardiac physiology; active and passive behavior in cardiac tissue; Huxley’s sliding filament theory; coupling with blood circulation; experimental and clinical validations.
Christian Cyron (Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht & Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)
Session III - Lectures on "Growth and Remodeling of Biological Tissues"
Topics covered: Introduction into mechanobiology; basics of soft tissue mechanobiology and bone mechanobiology; computational modeling of growth and remodeling.
Antonio De Simone (SISSA-MathLab, Trieste, Italy & The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy)
Session V - Lectures on "Biomechanics of Cell Motility"
Topics covered: Introduction to cell motility; mathematical modeling of cell motility; controlled motility by controlled shape change; applications to unicellular swimmers and to bio-inspired swimming micro-robots.
Bernhard A. Schrefler (CISM, Udine & DICEA, University of Padua, Italy & TUM Institute for Advanced Studies, Munich, German)
Session VI - Lectures on "Computational Oncophysics"
Topics covered: Modelling of tumor growth as a two phase system; as a three (+) phase system; modelling of angiogenesis; modelling of drug delivery and drug efficiency.
Wolfgang A. Wall (Inst. for Computational Mechanics & Center for Computational Biomedical Eng., TU Munich, Germany)
Session I - Lectures on "Respiratory Biomechanics"
Topics covered: Introduction to the respiratory system; biomechanical aspects/questions and modeling approaches wrt human lungs; computational methods for resolved and reduced dimensional respiratory models; concrete clinically relevant scenarios and Covid-19 relevant aspects.
The webinar will be hosted on the Microsoft Teams platform.
The registration fee is 100.00 Euro + VAT*, where applicable (bank charges are not included).
CISM will financially support students participating in the Advanced Webinar by providing free registration to a number of PhD student and early stage researchers.
A message of confirmation will be sent to accepted participants.
The application deadline is
November 30, 2020 December 1, 2020 - 12.00 a.m. (UTC/GMT +1).
* Italian VAT is 22%.