ISMG research activities span across several disciplines in theoretical and applied science, more specifically in:
- Non-linear mechanics analysis of solids and (bio)structures
- In silico Multiphysics and Multiscale models
- Finite Element Methods; Agent-based Modelling; Boundary Element Methods; Isogeometric Analysis Methods; Meshless Methods
- Mathematical Biology; Mathematical Modelling; Image Modelling & Analysis; Patient-specific biomechanical modelling
- High-performance computing (HPC): parallel programming through CPU-/GPU-based procedures; object-oriented programming
SMG, in collaboration with external partners and members, is developing mathematical and computational (in silico) models. The two major projects that are under continuous development are:
- FEB3, a suite of finite element and isogeometric analysis solvers for multiscale problems. More info about the project can be read through its wiki: https://bitbucket.org/vasvav/feb3-finite-element-bioengineering-in-3d/wiki/Home
- invitro_neuro, an agent-based modelling simulator that is founded on the BioDynaMo platform. More info about the project can be read through its wiki: https://bitbucket.org/vasvav/invitro_neuro/wiki/Home
However, more data produced throughout our research work can be publicly accessed through the Figshare repository (https://figshare.com/authors/Vasileios_Vavourakis/2853761).
You can also visit our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVlCpOKREId0mIBP8SCw9dQ) for more simulation demos and animations.