529 Computational Biomechanics and Biomedicine
Maxim Solovchuk, National Health Research Institutes
Tony W. H. Sheu, National Taiwan University
Computational methods play a fundamental role in modern science and health research. This symposium is aimed to provide a platform to get computational experts to share recent simulation efforts in areas of biomedical and biofluid dynamics, treatment planning and computational surgery. Medical acoustics can also play its role in the simulation, including hyperthermia and focused ultrasound therapy. The topics include, for example, the computational hemodynamics with/without coupling with thermal and mass transfers, cavitation simulation, applications of fluid-structure interactions for biomedical applications. This symposium highly welcomes the topics of animal flow simulation, biological flow-elastic structure interaction hydrodynamics.