Computational Fluid Dynamics
Solid and Structural Biomechanics
Health Decision Support Systems
Pre and post processing
* Stabilized finite element and finite difference methods in incompressible biofluid mechanics.
* Bio-Absorption theory application in vessel structures for atheroma plack and biochemical studies.
* Finite element methods for fluid flow and analysis.
* Numerical methods applied in multidisciplinary problems in fluid biomechanics (fluid structure interaction, thermal flows, absorption theory etc).
* Coupling 3D with 2D or 1D models to improve study details.
* Finite element methods for linear and non linear analysis of solids structures.
* Coupled problems in solid biomechanics (fluid structure interaction, thermal flows, absorption theory etc).
* Finite element methods for biomechanical devices analysis and prototype design (stent, prosthesis, etc).
* Finite element methods analysis of solid biology structures (hearth mechanics, vessel stresses response, etc).
* Development of intelligent platform to help physician work, informatization of routinely medical work.
* Finite element use to improve medical diagnosis and to perfect analysis processes.
* Biostatistical models applied ad hoc for several medical problems and cases.
* Bioinformatic technology solutions to coupled finite elements methods with biostatistical tools and artificial intelligence.
* Monte-Carlo methods for stochastic analysis in computational biomechanics and in biofluid dynamics.
* Parameter identification via stochastic methods.
* Coupling of TIC solutions, stochastic methods and finite element methods to improve and get faster medical analysis and decision
* Development of simulation platform for cardiovascular problems.
* Finite element for the simulation of problematic scenarios (aneurism, lumen obstruction, deformation, etc).
* Finite element for the study of cholesterol and platelets vessel absorption.
* 1D-Vessel model of whole human body. General information coupled to specific 2D or 3D studies.
* Reconstruction of real geometries starting by DICOM images.
* Automatic 2D and 3D geometries for vessel obstruction or aneurisms formation analysis.
Development of biocompatible geometries for internal or external devices (stents, internal prosthesis, etc).
* Finite element for stress testes with biomaterials and medical devices.
* Design and study of biocompatible devices for human medical use or experimental use.
* New constitutive models for biomaterial and shape memory materials.
* Parameter identifications in constitutive models of biomaterials.
* Development of artificial neural networks (ANN) for optimization, inverse analysis and medical decision support fast decision taking.
* Integration of artificial neural networks (ANN) in decision support systems combining wireless sensors, computer simulations methods and artificial intelligence technology.
Development of artificial intelligence techniques based in agent simulations.
* Applications of artificial neural networks (ANN) technology for parameter identification in constitutive laws
* Development of intelligent finite element methods via Al Technology
* Finite element methods for the analysis of brain cellular activity in pathological and physiological scenarios.
* 1D Finite element methods to study the propagations of neuronal signals in complex networks.
Statistical methods to fast response in biochemical brain analysis.
* Dementia diseases studies: finite element methods and bioinformatic solutions to reinforce the investigation about the causes of several brain dysfunction.
* Amyloids, Polymers and Cerebral Membrane Characterization
|Magnetic Resonance (2D)
|Deformable isosurface model
|Meshing of heart and aorta
|Meshing of heart
* Segmentation and 3D reconstruction of medical images.
* Meshing of segmented geometries: creation of surface meshes or volume meshes.
* Visualization of 4D images (3D + time), creation of flux vectors and study of time developing in the image.
* Anatomical real cases.
* Coupling with simulation programs and with finite element methods solver.
* Friendly platform and portability of the informatics solutions adopted.
* Finite Element Method for the simulation of the urinary bladder and its parts like the destrusor (little smooth muscle)
* Study of biological materials and its multi-scale hierarchy, creation of simplificated models with classical nonlinear continuum mechanics theory.
* Characterization of destrusor-tissue model is based in the representation (based on hyperelastic matrix, and viscoelastic fibres)
* Analisys of the interaction between bladder wall with urine modelled via the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM)
* Development and maintenance of GiD pre and post processing system (www.gidhome.com).
* Development of methods for generating structure and unstructured meshes.
* Development of input data technology for large scale computational problems.
* Graphical visualization techniques for large scale simulation problems.
* Generation of input data for finite element analysis from medical images.
* Meshless methods for parameterization of geometries for shape optimization problems.