Computational Biofluids Group



Our research involves the application of fundamental conservation laws, such as the conservation of mass, momentum, and energy, to improve the understanding of transport in biological systems. Our primary interest is usually in diseased or pathological systems. In order to solve the partial differential equations resulting from the application of conservation laws, we tend to focus our efforts on higher-order finite element methods, which can provide high-accuracy, and on algebraic multigrid solvers, which can provide computational efficiency.






People:

Jeff
Jeff Heys
(advisor)

Prathish
Prathish Kumar
Airway particle deposition

Joshua Gosney
Joshua Gosney
Simulation of microbubble adhesion

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