- Prof. Maggie Johnson, John Hopkins University
- Dr Gábor Závodszky, University of Amsterdam
- Derek Groen, Lecturer in Simulation and Modelling
The human body is an inherently multiscale phenomenon, comprising a range of physical processes, ranging in length and time scales from atomic movements, involved in e.g. drug-binding, all the way up to human population dynamics and epidemiology. As a logical consequence, modelling aspects of the human body frequently require modelling approaches, where simulated processes on one scale are applied to inform those on one or more simulated processes on different scales and, if necessary, vice versa.
This symposium focuses on these types of multiscale models in biomedicine. We are particularly seeking contributions that propose new multiscale models and algorithms, ground-breaking applications in industry or society, new tools and formalisms to strengthen the fabric of multiscale modelling approaches in biomedicine approaches, and efforts to validate multiscale models against measurements.
|Dynamics of nonequilibrium self-assembly through reaction-diffusion simulations
|Predictions of Age-specific Hip Fracture Incidence in Elderly British Women based on a Virtual Population Model
|Suitability of Scaled Generic Musculoskeletal models in Predicting Longitudinal Changes in Joint Contact Forces in Children with Juvenile Idiopathic arthritis
|Refining low-resolution Cryo-EM structures with Bayesian inference driven integration of multiscale simulations
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|Coupling scheme for a high-performance multiscale blood flow simulation workflow
|In Silico Assessment of Cardio-protection by Therapeutic Hypothermia
|HPC simulations for in-silico drug testing in humans: therapeutic strategies in acute myocardial ischemia
|Is insulating border necessary for human sinoatrial node spontaneous activity?
|Dwight Nissley and Frederick Streiitz
|Multiscale Modeling of RAS on Cellular Membranes
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