Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics

 

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives

The transfer of the physical, mathematical and engineering concepts into the clinical practice (medical reality) is a current challenging task. It requires a profound interdisciplinary approach and the careful combination of qualitative fluid dynamics understandings with quantitative techniques of analysis. Time appears mature for contributions from cardiovascular fluid mechanics modeling to the future clinical practice.

Substantial progresses are becoming more and more realistic by combining the technical capabilities developed in engineering areas with the improving quantitative knowledge in physiology and pathophysiology. The latter has substantially benefited of the new quantitative diagnostic tools. This meeting aims to join researchers, with different backgrounds, working in the different fields involving cardiovascular fluid dynamics.

Topics cover theoretical aspects, computational models, and experimental techniques, including also clinical measurements and interfacing with medical imaging. The objective is to face together the challenge of progressing in this area and design together some future clinical solutions.

in partnership with

visit UNICA website
visit Ingegneria website
visit UNICA Dipartimento Ingegneria Ingegneria del Territorio website visit Euromech website
visit Ecoftac website
visit Provincia di Cagliari website visit Gruppo Italiano di Idraulica website

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