World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific Program with Invited Speakers for Track 10: Cardiovascular Science and Engineering

Program Chairs: Prof Brian Thomas (Medical Physics) and Prof Mark Pearcy (Biomedical Engineering)

Track Number Track/Topic Name:
Paper Title
Speakers Status
10 Cardiovascular Science and Engineering Prof Kozaburo Hayashi
Dr Geoff Tansley
 
 
Topic: Cardiac Mechanics and Function

Title: Finite Element Analysis of 3-D Left Ventricular Endocardial Wall Motion
Dr Kevin D Costa
Department of Biomedical Engineering
USA
Accepted
 
Topic: Cardiac Mechanics and Function

Title: Cardiac structure and function: a continuum mechanics
Prof Bruce Smaill
Bioengineering Institute
New Zealand.
Accepted
 
Topic: Cardiovascular Variability

Title: Experimental and clinical guide to cardiovascular variability (Dr Bart Verheyden and Dr Frank Beckers also contributing)
Prof Andre Aubert
Labo Experimentele Cardiologie, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Belgium
Accepted
 
Topic: Cardiovascular Variability

Title: Quantifying non-linear behaviour of cardiovascular variability (Dr Bart Verheyden and Dr Andre E Aubert also contributing)
Dr Frank Beckers
Laboratory Experimental Cardiology,
Belgium
Accepted
 
Topic: Heart Valve Mechanics and Dynamics

Title: Mechanical Heart Valve Closing Dynamics Simulation with a Fluid-Structure Interaction Model
Prof Krishnan Chandran
Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Iowa
USA
Accepted
 
Topic: Heart Valve Mechanics and Dynamics

Title: The Design and Function of the Native Aortic Valve
Dr Ivan Vesely
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Lerner research Institute, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
USA
Accepted
 
Topic: Vascular Mechanics

Title: Mechanical factors in the fetal programming of vascular disease: the role of elastin.
Prof Stephen E. Greenwald
Department of Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology
UK
Accepted


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