Wed, 04 Mar|
CFD Simulations of the Human Brain
By Dr Tamás István Józsa, Oxford University, UK
Time & Location
04 Mar 2020, 18:00 GMT
MK43 0AL, College Rd, Cranfield, Wharley End, Bedford MK43 0AL, UK
About the Event
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Tamás is a postdoctoral research assistant at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford. His present research aims to build a multiscale numerical model of blood flow and metabolism in the brain within the framework of the INSIST project. Before joining Prof. Stephen Payne’s research group in 2018, Tamás was a PhD student at the Institute for Energy Systems, University of Edinburgh (2014-2018). During his PhD he investigated the skin friction reduction potential of compliant surfaces using Direct Numerical Simulations (DNS), high performance computing, and analytical calculations. This project built on strong synergies with an industrial partner, International Paint Ltd., and academic partners including the University of Aberdeen and the George Washington University. Tamás is a former student of the computational fluid dynamics course at Cranfield University (2013-2014). During the course he became interested in fundamental turbulence research. He studied mechanical engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics between 2008 and 2013 (BSc & MSc) where he participated in blood flow research at the Department of Hydrodynamic Systems and conducted fluid-structure interaction simulations on patient specific abdominal aortic aneurysms.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This evening is hosted by the International Society for Computational Fluid Dynamics (ISCFD), a society aimed at promoting, educating and developing solutions to real-world challenges.