7/6/22    11:00 - 13:00
Physics-based and data-driven methods for computational cardiology I  
Minisymposium organized by Pasquale C. Africa, Marco Fedele, Ivan Fumagalli, Stefano Pagani and Francesco Regazzoni
Room: Spitsbergen
Chair: Pasquale Claudio Africa
CoChair: Francesco Regazzoni
Boundary integral discretization of the cell-to-cell bidomain model of cardiac electrophysiology
Simone Pezzuto, Giacomo rosilho de Souza and Rolf Krause

OPTIMA: Personalized treatment of persistent atrial fibrillation in a simulation-driven clinical trial
Ryan P. Bradley, Rheeda L. Ali, Carolyna Y.A. Pinto, Adityo Prakosa, Patrick M. Boyle, Syed Y. Ali, David D. Spragg, Hugh Calkins and Natalia A. Trayanova

The role of scar and border zone geometric features on the genesis and maintenance of re-entrant ventricular tachycardia in patients with previous myocardial infarction: a simulation study
Simone Scacchi, Vincenzo Gionti, Piero Colli Franzone, Luca F. Pavarino, Roberto Dore and Cesare Storti

mathematical modelling and learning in electro-physiology
Damiano Lombardi and Fabien Raphel

Efficient identification of biomechanical properties in cardiac models based on physics-informed neural networks
Federica Caforio, Francesco Regazzoni, Stefano Pagani, Alfio Quarteroni, Gernot Plank and Gundolf Haase

Myocardial material parameter estimation in the presence of unknown boundary tractions
Anastasia Nasopoulou, David Nordsletten, Steven Niederer and Pablo Lamata