This section lists currently open Bachelor and Master student projects in the fields of mathematics, computer science, data-science, engineering and related fields.
Feel free to contact the respective employees for further information or approach us to present your own project ideas!
Geometric multiscale modeling of the cardiovascular system
Blood flow in the human body is an incredibly complex, yet fascinating problem. Understanding hemodynamics is a crucial aspect of today's computational medicine and is a promising field for future use in clinical support. To reduce complexity and thus the computational burden, simplifications regarding the fluid dynamics can be made. The resulting pipe networks allow capturing flow phenomena without resolving the 3D flow field.
Within this project, we work together to develop numerical methods for flow of an incompressible viscous fluid through a pipe, simple networks, and finally couple the developed algorithms to our in-house flow solver ExaDG.
For further information, consider the project description or contact Dr. Richard Schussnig (firstname.lastname@example.org).