Problems in Patient-Specific Modeling of Electrocardiology
A/Prof. Huan-Huan Yang
Department of Mathematics, Shantou University

Computational modeling of electrocardiology (EC) has a great potential for use in improved diagnosis and prognosis of cardiac arrhythmia. However, recent computational methods usually suffer from three major limitations that hinder their clinical use: lack of efficient model personalization strategies; high computational demand from the EC solver; lack of good trade-off between the simplification of cellular ionic models and the demand on keeping enough biophysical details. In this talk we address some challenges mentioned above by the methods of derivative-based optimization and model order reduction, we also pose challenging problems in cardiology that request merged contribution from a wide variety of disciplines including but not limited to mathematics, biomedical engineering, and medicine.

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2019-11-12 9:30 AM
Room: A203 Meeting Room
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