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Crash Course: Advanced Lattice Boltzmann Simulations

Prof. José-Daniel Muñoz, Simulation of Physical Systems Group, Department of Physics, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá

CIP-Pool, Konrad-Zuse-Str. 3-5

16.11.21: 14:15-15:45; 18.11.21: 14:15-15:45; 23.11.21: 14:15-15:45; 25.11.21: 14:15-15:45

We are glad, that Dr. Olfa Lopez-D’Angelo joined our institute

We are pleased about working together with Dr. Sudeshna Roy at MSS

Humboldt-Fellowship

She will work in the field: Multiscale Modelling of Additive Manufacturing

FAU Visiting Professor José-Daniel Muñoz arrived at MSS

Prof. José-Daniel Muñoz is the director of the Simulation of Physical Systems Group at the National University of Colombia (UNAL), Bogota. His research interest focuses on the numerical modeling and analysis of granular media, building materials, acoustics, fluid mechanics, vehicular traffic and statistical mechanics. José-Daniel will stay at MSS for two months.

MSS paper featured in Laborjournal: „Insufficient evidence for ageing in protein dynamics“, Nature Physics 17, 773-774 (2021)

2015 berichtet ein Forschungsteam: Proteine altern. Das Paper haben sich zwei Wissenschaftler genauer angesehen und widersprechen. Altern bei Proteinen sei noch nicht bewiesen.

MSS uses additive manufacturing to mimic human organs for the calibration of computed tomography

MSS has developed significant expertise in additive manufacturing. Around one hundred students learn a plethora of 3D printing processes every year.
In collaboration with partners from medical imaging, MSS 3D-printed imitations of human organs for the calibration of single-photon emission computed tomography.
These so-called phantoms represent the appearance of a typical patient’s brain and allow the calibration of the process with the aim of higher resolution images of the actual patient.

We appreciate that Ayman Ameen is our new PhD student at MSS

He will work in the field: Image reconstruction for Electrical Impedance Tomography using AI approaches

We are pleased that Atharva Pandit becomes our new PhD student at MSS

He will work in the field: Tracking of particles and image reconstruction in multi-beam X-ray tomography

We are glad that Meysam Bagheri is our new PhD student at MSS

He will work in the field: Physics of drying suspensions