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STIMULATE auf der CMFF22 in Budapest

Vom 30. August bis zum 2. September reisten Mitarbeitende des Forschungscampus STIMULATE nach Budapest zur 18. Conference on Modelling Fluid Flow (CMFF), um ihre neusten Forschungsergebnisse vorzustellen und sich mit dem internationalen Fachkollegium über aktuelle Themen in der numerischen Strömungsmechanik auszutauschen.

Im Workshop für biomedizinische Strömungen, welcher von Prof. Gabor Janiga geleitet wurde, sind zwei am Forschungscampus STIMULATE durchgeführte Projekte vorgestellt worden:

  • Jana Korte: Can black blood MRI predict hemodynamics in intracranial aneurysms? - An analysis of in-vitro signal intensity and CFD
  • Janneck Stahl: Multimodal hemodynamic evaluation of vessel wall enhanced cerebral draining veins for the assessment of arteriovenous malformations

(September 2022)

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STIMULATE at the CMFF22 in Budapest

From August 30 to September 2, members of the STIMULATE research campus traveled to Budapest to attend the 18th Conference on Modeling Fluid Flow (CMFF) to present their latest research results and to discuss current topics in computational fluid dynamics with international colleagues.

In the workshop on biomedical flows, which was chaired by Prof. Gabor Janiga, two projects carried out at the research campus STIMULATE were presented:

  • Jana Korte: Can black blood MRI predict hemodynamics in intracranial aneurysms? - An analysis of in-vitro signal intensity and CFD
  • Janneck Stahl: Multimodal hemodynamic evaluation of vessel wall enhanced cerebral draining veins for the assessment of arteriovenous malformations

(September 2022)

 

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