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Team presentation

REO project-team is working on the numerical simulation of biological flows. Its main objectives are:

  • the modeling of blood flows in large vessels and air flows in the respiratory tract
  • the design and the analysis of efficient and robust numerical methods for such flows
  • the development of numerical software to help for medical decisions and the improvement of existing medical devices

The team is bi-located at INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt center (near Versailles) and the Jacques-Louis Lions laboratory of University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6). It is made of about 22 people, including 10 permanent members (6 from INRIA, 4 from JL Lions laboratory)

Research themes

Direct and inverse modeling and computational methods for

  • fluid-structure interaction problems: interaction blood / arteries or cardiac valves
  • cardiac electrophysiology and electromechanical coupling
  • aerosol deposition in the respiratory tract

Keywords: Scientific computing, Numerical analysis, Computational biomechanics , Cardiovascular system , Cardiac electrophysiology, Respiratory system , Fluid-structure interaction

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