NEWS AND EVENTS

January 10, 2019

Our CFD simulation of the "elastic" lung is the academic winner of the ANSYS 2019 Hall of Fame Competition.

We used ANSYS solutions to develop a unique CFD-based elastic lung model that accurately simulated the human respiratory system. Using human digital twins that ca...

November 12, 2018

Check the Webinar:

http://www.engineering.com/webinars/webinarmain.aspx?resid=798

October 10, 2018

It is our great pleasure to announce a new academic partnership with EEES, to integrate ROCKY DEM into lung aerosol dynamics. EEES will provide our lab 4 ROCKY Academic Research 64 cores or 8 GPU’s for the simulation of irregularly shaped particle agglomerations in lun...

October 10, 2018

Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) models were employed for lung aerosol dynamics studies, which are capable of providing in-depth knowledge based on the natural laws of physics in a noninvasive manner in decades. However, existing CFD models assume the lung airway wall...

March 29, 2018

Ahmadreza's paper “Computational analysis of deposition and translocation of inhaled nicotine and acrolein in the human body with e-cigarette puffing topographies” has been published on Aerosol Science and Technology Congrats! https://doi.org/10.1080/02786826.2018.1447...

February 23, 2018

Our conference paper titled "A New Patient-Specific Targeted Pulmonary Drug Delivery Method to Treat Lung Cancer Using E-Cigarette Technology" is selected as one the "Best Presentations" at AIChE Annual Meeting 2017!

February 12, 2018

Our pilot project proposal entitled, "A Virtual Human System for Health Risk Assessments in a Representative Whole-lung Configuration Associated with Welding Fume Exposure" has been funded by NIOSH Southwest Center for Occupational & Environmental Heatlh (SWCOEH). The...

December 1, 2017

Great honor to have Dr. Thierry Marchal visiting us today. It is exciting to vision the future of in silico personalized healthcare, and we will continuously contribute to this goal with the CBBL-ANSYS partnership.

November 15, 2017

Our invited paper "An In Silico Subject-Variability Study of Upper Airway Morphological Influence on the Airflow Regime in a Tracheobronchial Tree" in MDPI Bioengineering.

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