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Computational Modeling & Regulatory Science 1:
Verification and Validation

Tuesday, April 16, 10:30-12:00
Meridian Ballrooms 4, Graduate Minneapolis

Organizer: Marc Horner, ANSYS, Inc.

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Marc Horner, ANSYS, Inc.

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Jeff Bischoff, Zimmer Biomet

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Prasanna Hariharan, US Food & Drug Administration

"Verification in Computational Modeling of Medical Devices"
Ismail Guler, Research Fellow, Boston Scientific Corporation


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Speaker Bios:

Ismail Guler, Research Fellow, Boston Scientific Corporation
Ismail Guler is a research fellow and a member of the Virtual Engineering Team at Boston Scientific Corporation performing computational modeling to help with development of medical devices. He is also a lecturer in Biomedical Engineering Department at University of Minnesota teaching a course on computational modeling of medical devices. He is a member of the ASME V&V 40 subcommittee.


Presentation Abstracts:

"Verification in Computational Modeling of Medical Devices"
The ASME V&V 40 Verification Working Group focuses on the application of code and calculation (solution) verification best practices in computational modeling of medical devices. The working group is structured into two subgroups, which are currently organizing challenge problems covering code verification for computational fluid dynamics (Womersley flow example) and calculation verification for computational solid mechanics (stent and hip stem examples). The work and results from these challenge problems will be presented.


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