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  • Barcelona Virtual Physiological Human Summer School 2016

    Barcelona VPH Summer School 2016, May 30th - June 3rd, 2016

    Dept. Information and Communication Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Virtual Physiological Human Institute

    Information and registration: http://bcnvph.org

    This Summer School provides a thorough overview and hands-on experience in state-of-the-art Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) research. The key concepts of this methodological and technological framework will be presented using illustrative cases and enriched with hands-on analysis under supervision of the experts.

    The Summer School is jointly organised by the Philips - UPF CardioFunXion Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate Program and The Virtual Physiological Human Institute, and the support of the Spanish Network of Excellence in Biomechanics.

    Fees:
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    Students and Technicians Early Registration. 100 EUR
    Virtual Physiological Institute (VPHI) / European Society of Biomechanics (ESB) members. 100 EUR
    Regular Early registration: 200 EUR


    Speakers:
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    Day 1: Pathophysiology - Basic Science and Clinical Understanding

    - Bart Bijnens, ICREA - UPF, Cardiovascular Pathophysiology
    - Marta Sitges, IDIBAPS-Clinic Hospital, Clinical Cardiac Imaging
    - Karin Würtz, ETHZ, Intervertebral Disc Pathophysiology

    Day 2: Input Measurements - Acquisition, processing, quantification

    - James Sharpe, ICREA-CRG, Imaging and Modelling in Organogenesis
    - Mathieu de Craene, Philips Cardiac Image Analysis
    - Gemma Piella, UPF Machine Learning

    Day 3: Multiphysics/Multiscale Models - Organ, cell, molecular

    - Blanca Rodríguez, Univ. Oxford, Computational Cardiovascular Science
    - Jérôme Noailly, UPF Spine Multiscale and Biophysical Modelling
    - Liesbet Geris, Univ. Ličge Complex and Gene Regulation Modelling of Osteochrondral Systems

    Day 4: Computational Aspects - Implementation, Validation, Coupling

    - Christian Hellmich, Vienna University of Technology, Multiscale and Patient-specific Modelling of Bone
    - Mariano Vázquez, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, High Performance Computational Modelling
    - José Manuel García Aznar, Univ. Zaragoza Cell and Collective Cell Modelling

    Day 5: Applications - Understanding, Decision-support, Therapy support

    - Maxime Sermesant, INRIA, Patient-specific cardiac Modelling
    - Óscar Cámara, UPF Cardiac Electrophysiology Modelling
    - Miguel Ángel González Ballester, ICREA - UPF Computer-assisted Surgery


    Parallel activities:
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    - Visits to the Barcelona Supercomputing Center and the ALBA Synchrotron
    - Poster session & contest
    - Hands-on
    Last edited by Jerome Noailly; April 25, 2016, 10:24 AM.
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