Dr. Arzani, Maryam, and Mostafa will present their work at APS DFD conference. Dr. Arzani is part of the organizing committee (abstract sorting and in charge of assigning session chairs) and will chair the “Biological Fluid Dynamics: Data-driven Hemodynamics” session. This is a new session at APS that we created for the first time due to the growing interest in using data science and machine learning in blood flow modeling. Nov 21-23 Phoenix, AZ.
We have received a new Collaborative NSF grant (ECCS-Comms Circuits & Sens Sys Program) to support our scientific machine learning research. Specifically, we will be enhancing 4D flow MRI data by data assimilation, deep learning, and image processing. In collaboration with Roshan D’Souza at UW-Milwaukee (NAU PI: Amir Arzani; UWM PI: Roshan D’Souza). Thanks NSF!
Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport (SB3C):
Sara will present her work titled “Role of coherent structures in airflow mediated infectious disease spread with expiratory particles”, and MohammadReza will present his work titled “Aortic valve dynamics coupled with growth and remodeling due to aging and calcification”. Dr. Arzani will co-chair the “Patient Specific Flow and Physiology II” session.
U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM):
Dr. Arzani will present his work titled “Hybrid Physics-based and Data-driven Modeling of Near-wall Blood Flow with Physics-Informed Neural Networks”. The recorded talk could be accessed here:
We have been awarded an NSF grant from NSF’s Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (OAC). The project is about multiscale modeling of cardiovascular disease growth. Thank you NSF! (PI: Amir Arzani).
Ali defended his MS thesis. He published three first-author journal papers, presented at multiple conferences, and contributed to other projects in our lab. He has got three fellowships (UC Berkeley, Michigan, UIUC). Ali will join University of Michigan to do his PhD in data-driven modeling in fluid mechanics. He also won NAU’s 2020 Grad College Graduate Research Assistant Award ($1000).
Mostafa will present his research on atherosclerosis biomechanics at the upcoming Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) conference on 10/17/2019 (Philadelphia, PA).
We have received a research grant from W. L. Gore & Associates for research collaboration on computer modeling of medical devices.
Mostafa will present his research on coronary artery atherosclerosis (podium talk) at the upcoming US National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM) conference on 7/28/2019 (Austin, TX). Also, Dr. Arzani is invited by the “Computational Multiphysics Modeling of Cardiovascular Systems” minisymposium organizers to present at the conference.
Ali will present his research (podium talk) related to particle transport in lung airways at the upcoming Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C) Conference on 06/25/19 (Seven Springs, PA). Dr. Arzani will be the Chair for the “Patient-specific flow and physiology” session.
Cardiovascular Biomechanics Lab students will present their research at the upcoming American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers (ASTFE) Conference on 4/14/19 (Las Vegas, NV).
We have been awarded a grant from the American Heart Association (AHA) to support our research on atherosclerosis (PI: Amir Arzani).
Congrats to our new PhD student Mostafa Mahmoudi for receiving the NAU Presidential Fellowship, and Connor Moreno for receiving the 2018-2019 NASA Space Grant Fellowship.
Dr. Arzani will present “Wall shear stress fixed points in blood flow” at the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Conference on 11/19/17 (Denver, CO).
The Cardiovascular Biomechanics Lab website is now launched!