21/7/14    11:00 - 13:00
Direct and Inverse Methods for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Biomechanics I
Minisymposium organized by C. Alberto Figueroa, Marek Behr and Wolfgang Wall
Room: Sala B3
Chair: C. Alberto Figueroa
A model of the exercise response of coronary blood flow with an application to the coronary steal phenomenon
Christopher J. Arthurs, Kevin Lau and C. Alberto Figueroa

In-vivo assessment of valvular function: An inverse modeling approach
Ankush Aggarwal and Michael S. Sacks

A sequential filtering-based framework for patient-specific parameter estimation and subsequent multiscale CFD simulations
Sanjay Pant, Benoit Fabrèges, Jean-Frédéric Gerbeau and Irène E. Vignon-Clementel

A novel approach for uncertainty quantification in patient-specific cardiovascular mechanics
Jonas Biehler, Michael W. Gee and Wolfgang A. Wall

Determining permeability and diffusivity properties of the rat aortic media
Andrew Comerford, Yean Chooi, Peter Weinberg and Spencer Sherwin

Aspects of inverse problems in mechanical circulatory device design
Marek Behr, Markus Probst and Lutz Pauli