To take part, please, on June 26 after 5:45 pm Novosibirsk time (UTC+7) connect to the Zoom conference via this link: https://zoom.us/j/93473879731.
Mathematical modeling of physiological processes in spheres close to real anatomy is still a challenging task. Realistic calculated geometries of anatomic structure are vital for patient-oriented models as well as for phantom models. A lot of biomedical applications are based on personalized 3D reconstruction of parts of body or even the whole human. These reconstructions are often presented as medical images. For such applications we need both model equations with methods of their approximate solving and calculated nets and areas.
The talk will cover the methodology of building personalized mathematical models for a couple of medical applications:
- modeling of electrical impedance diagnostics
- modeling of ultrasound diagnostics
- estimation of hemodynamical value of coronary artery stenosis
- modeling of the blood flow in the left ventricle of the human heart
- modeling of the closure of the reconstructed aortic valve
The talk will also demonstrate the results achieved by a group of researchers from Marchuk Institute of Numerical Mathematics RAS and Sechenov University.