Beating motion from heart phantom actuation

Beating motion from heart phantom actuation, by camille Krewcun, Inria & Matteo Selmi, Microport. Examples of navigation of a lead numerical model inside a virtual anatomy, and the same scenario in a benchmark where the real commercial lead is navigated through a 3D printed anatomical phantom. This video is the first proof of concept (POC) of […]

SimCardioTest at Vivatech

On 18 June 2022, Simcardiotest was attending the Vivatech event in Paris. Time to disctribute flyers and to show a demo by Buntheng Ly, PhD student with maxime Sermesant, Inria on prediction of sudden cardiac death… a real success! 

SimCardioTest at the World AI Cannes Festival

From 14 to 16 April,  the WORLD AI CANNES FESTIVAL 2022 gathered thousands of professionals and visitors during 3 days through a rich and diversified program,  to discover and understand the multiple ways in which artificial intelligence will impact profession, activity and life. SimCardioTest scientists attended this event and presented their work in different ways: […]

SimCardioTest General Assembly and hands-on on V&V

From 23 to 25 March, SimCardioTest organised its first General Assembly. Time was dedicated to share updates on each workpackage and use case advances. Intensive hands-on sessions were also organised to define the different potential applications and questions of interest for each use case, a key aspect in the Verification & Validation process. The first […]

Verification & validation of in-silico models, a european effort

SimCardioTest takes the mature field of cardiac simulations and brings it further through a web-based platform to perform standardised in-silico trials for testing the efficacy and safety of drugs and devices in 3 concrete use cases. The verification and uncertainty quant-ification, to abide by the standards, will allow to quantify discretisation error (in time and […]

Research Positions at UPV

Our Partner Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) seeks two highly motivated candidates (pre or post-doc) to develop computational multiscale personalized models of the electrical activity of the heart to enable the in silico testing of drug efficacy and safety under healthy and pathological conditions. This 3 year position is in the framework of SimCardioTest. The […]

SimCardiotest workshop on verification & validation of in-silico models

SimCardioTest takes the mature field of cardiac simulations and brings it further through a web-based platform to perform standardised in-silico trials for testing the efficacy and safety of drugs and devices in 3 concrete use cases. The verification and uncertainty quant-ification, to abide by the standards, will allow to quantify discretisation error (in time and […]

What computational sciences can do for your heart

Article on SimCardioTest use cases, published in The Project Respoitory Journal – vol 10 -July 2021.  p76-77 published by the European Dissemination Media Agency. By Michèle Barbier, Oscar Camara, Yves Coudière, Beatriz Trenor & Maxime Sermesant.