FLOWLab member Autumn Zemlicka was a participant in the SPUR (Summer Program for Undergraduate Research) in Paul M Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering at CU Boulder. She worked on creating image based models for cardiovascular systems with a focus on the hepatic circulation system. Her work is featured on the ME Department website:
Prof. Mukherjee will be presenting FLOWLab stroke and cerebrovascular flow research efforts at the CU Anschutz Stroke/NH didactics on August 27, 2020.
Prof. Mukherjee and Joseph Wilson's latest research on designing a negative pressure isolation space for nursing and care facilities to manage SARS-CoV-2, will be presented at the virtual CCTSI CU-CSU Summit "COVID-19 and the Colorado Research Environment" on August 19. Prof. Mukherjee will also co-chair a poster session. The manuscript on this work is up on medRxiv:
Three FLOWLab members - Akshita Sahni, Chayut Teeraratkul, Joseph Wilson - presented their research at the recently concluded 6th Annual Rocky Mountain Fluid Mechanics Symposium on August 4, 2020. In addition, Prof. Mukherjee moderated the symposium panel on "Diversity and Inclusion in the Fluid Dynamics Community.". Congratulations FLOWLab!
FLOWLab doctoral student Chayut Teeraratkul won the student poster competition at the 2020 Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium (RMACC) High Performance Computing Symposium. Chayut has earned an all expenses paid trip to the Super Computing Conference SC20 later in November to present our work on parallel implementation of a hybrid particle-continuum finite element framework for blood clot biomechanics. Congratulations Chayut!