Supported by WP1, this WP will aim at building blood vessel models specifically targeted at more efficient computations in simulations. Device simulation will rely on a Cosserat model, parametrized through mechanical tests and in vitro measurements (see WP4). Local implicit representations will be improved and used to compute an accurate and fast collision response, including friction forces. Besides, a manifold of vascular tree topology and morphology variations will be learned on a cohort so as to identify correspondences between a new patient vascular tree and one encoded in this manifold. This strategy will enable to perform the blood flow simulation only on local segments that are different in terms of topology and geometry and save a lot of computational time.
Persons involved in WP2:
|LORIA||Pierre-Frederic Villard (head)||Associate Professor|
|LORIA||Erwan Kerrien (main contributor)||Researcher|
|LORIA||Radhouane Jilani (main contributor)||PhD student|
|CREATIS||Méghane Ducroocq (main contributor)||PhD student|
|CREATIS||Carole Frindel||Associate Professor|
|CREATIS||Odyssée Merveille||Associate Professor|