Computational Modelling in Medicine
17 - 19 September 2003, EdinburghHome | Scientific Programme & Participants | Conference Arrangements | Registration Form
Mathematical modelling and numerical simulation play a major role in many important medical applications. The meeting will be organised around the two interlinked themes of the vascular and pulmonary systems and soft tissue mechanics. The purpose is to bring together people who work on mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, simulation and direct medical applications in these and related areas, and to act as a focus to stimulate further research and the development of even more realistic medical simulations.
The meeting also incorporates (on Wednesday 17 September) the twelfth Scottish Computational Mathematics Symposium.
Joe Barbenel (Strathclyde), Sir Alfred Cuschieri (Dundee), Nick Hill (Glasgow), Oliver Jensen (Nottingham), Chris Johnson (Utah), Jonathan Sherratt (Heriot-Watt)
Penny Davies (Strathclyde - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dugald Duncan (Heriot-Watt - email@example.com)
David Sloan (Strathclyde - firstname.lastname@example.org)
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The meeting is supported by the EPSRC (UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) and LMS (London Mathematical Society).
Registration for the full meeting is now closed: for those wishing to come to only the SCMS one-day meeting, the deadline is 5 September.
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