MS-Word file - Tohoku University

advertisement
AFI/TFI-2004 Mini-Symposium
MS1: Fluid Informatics in Bio-Fluid Systems
Final Program
November 12, 2004 10:10 – 17:40
Room: Shirakashi 2
Venue: Sendai International Center
http://www.sira.or.jp/icenter/index_e.html
Scope: The field of Biofluid systems is one of the research fields in which the concept of fluid
information takes an important roll for further development of the research. In the mini-symposium
entitled "Fluid Informatics in Bio-Fluid Systems", the way of subtraction of huge fluid information from
complex biofluid systems and its utilization are discussed in a wide spectrum of viewpoint ranging from
micro to macro scale in both experimental and computational approaches.
10:10 – 10:20 OPENING REMARKS
Toshiyuki Hayase (Organizar, Tohoku Univ.)
10:20 – 12:00 PRESENTATIONS: FLOWS IN BLOOD VESSEL
Chair: Satoyuki Kawano (Tohoku University)
MRI Based Validation of CFD in the Cardiovascular System
Shigeo Wada*, Masanori Nakamura**, Suguru Yokosawa*, Haruo Isoda***, Ken-ichi Tsubota, Takami
Yamaguchi**
* Dept. Bioengineering and Robotics, School of Engineering, Tohoku University, ** JSPS Fellow,
University of Gent, Belgium, *** Dept. Radiology, Hamamatsu Medical University
Development of a Simulation System of Hemodynamics based on VOF-FVM with Rectangular
Coordinate
Hidehito Iwase*, Ryutaro Himeno*, Kazuaki Fukasaku**, Shigeho Noda***
* RIKEN, ** Kasukabe Central Hospital, *** Fujitsu Nagano System Engineering
Ultrasonic-Measurement-Integrated Simulation of Blood Flow in the Aorta with an Aneurysm
Kenichi Funamoto*, Hayase Toshiyuki*, Saijo Yoshifumi**, and Tomoyuki Yambe**
* Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, ** Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer, Tohoku
University
Effect of the Blood Vessel Viscoelasticity on the Blood Pressure Wave Propagation: Numerical Analysis
Using One-Dimensional Viscoelastic Tube Model
Tomoki Kitawaki*, Masashi Shimizu**
* Okayama University Medical School, ** Tokyo Institute of Technology
12:00 – 13:30 LUNCH
13:30 – 14:30 MS1 KEYNOTE LECTURE
Chair: Toshiyuki Hayase (Tohoku University, Japan)
Quantitative Flow Visualization and Its Application to Biological Flows
Mory Gharib
California Institute of Technology
14:30 – 16:10 PRESENTATIONS: FLOWS IN CELL SCALE
Chair: Shigeo Wada (Tohoku University)
Effect of Cell Stiffness on Transit Through Pulmonary Capillary Network
Atsushi Shirai*, Ryo Fujita**, and Toshiyuki Hayase*
* Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, ** Graduate School of Information Science, Tohoku
University
Numerical Simulation of Deformation of a Red Blood Cell in Small Blood Vessel
Kiyoshi Bando and Kenkichi Ohba
Kansai University
Development of Drug Delivery Systems using Shock Wave and Bubble Collapsing
Ichiro Yamanoi* and Masaaki Tamagawa**
* Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto Univeristy, ** Graduate School of Life Science and Sytems
Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
Ultrasound Mediated Gene Expression using Microbubbles
Tetsuya Kodama*, YukioTomita**, Ken-ichiro Koshiyama***, Martin Blomley****
* Biomedical Engineering Research Organization, Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University, **
Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University of Education, *** Division of Mechanical Science, Graduate
School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, **** Imaging Sciences Department, Clinical Sciences
Division, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London
16:10 – 16:25 BREAK
16:25 – 17:40 PRESENTATIONS: FLOWS IN DNA SCALE
Chair: Masaaki Tamagawa (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Cell Permeabilization Induced by Shock Wave Impulse
Kenichiro Koshiyama*, Tetsuya Kodama**, Takeru Yano*, and Shigeo Fujikawa*
* Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, ** Biomedical Engineering Research
Organization, Tohoku University
Fractal Dimension Analysis in Self-Assembled Poly(dA)・Poly(dT) DNA Network on Mica Surface
Satoyuki Kawano
Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Tohoku University
Ab Initio Study of DNA Double Strand Breaks by Hydroxyl Radical
Youhei Maruyama*, Masanori Tachikawa**, and Satoyuki Kawano*
* Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Tohoku University, ** Quantum Chemistry Division, Graduate
School of Integrated Science, Yokohama City University
Note:
Keynote lecture: 60 min including discussion
Presentations: 25 min including discussion
2004.10.26
Download
Random flashcards
Pastoralists

20 Cards

Radioactivity

30 Cards

African nomads

18 Cards

History of Europe

27 Cards

Historical eras

16 Cards

Create flashcards