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CBC Publications 2007 - 2017

CBC only reports publications where a significant part of the research has been funded by CBC. By this we mean that at least one of the authors of the reported publications must have his/her main affiliation with CBC, and has contributed to the publication as laid out in Simula's publication guidelines.

Publications from people with part time positions at CBC are generally not counted, unless the research is particularly relevant for a CBC project. Such exceptions from the main rule are few, and must in all cases be approved by the director of the center.

Authors in bold are part of CBC

Articles in International Journals

  1. Computation of Hemodynamics in the Circle of Willis
    M. S. Alnæs, J. G. Isaksen, K.-A. Mardal, B. Romner, M. K. Morgan and T. Ingebrigtsen
    Stroke, vol. 38, pp. 2500—2505, 2007
  2. Third Order Accurate Non-Polynomial Reconstruction on Rectangular and Triangular Meshes
    R. Artebrant
    Journal of Scientific Computing, vol. 30, pp. 193—221, 2007
  3. Vorticity-strain Residual-Based Turbulence Modelling of the Taylor-Green Vortex
    R. E. Bensow, M. G. Larson and P. Westerlund
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, vol. 54, pp. 745—756, 2007, [DOI]
  4. A Unified Framework of Multi-Objective Cost Functions for Partitioning Unstructured Finite Element Meshes
    X. Cai and N. Bouhmala
    Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol. 31, pp. 1711—1728, 2007
  5. A Note on the Efficiency of the Conjugate Gradient Method for a Class of Time-Dependent Problems
    X. Cai, B. F. Nielsen and A. Tveito
    Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, vol. 14, pp. 459—467, 2007
  6. Level Set Method for Positron Emission Tomography
    T. Chan, H. Li, O. M. Lysaker and X.-C. Tai
    International Journal of Biomedical Imaging, pp. 1—15, 2007
  7. Tsunami Generation and Propagation From the Mjølnir Asteroid Impact
    S. Glimsdal, G. K. Pedersen, H. P. Langtangen, V. Shuvalov and H. Dypvik
    Metheoritics & Planetary Science, vol. 42, pp. 1473—1493, 2007
  8. An Unconditionally Stable Numerical Method for the Luo-Rudy 1 Model Used in Simulations of Defibrillation
    M. Hanslien, J. Sundnes and A. Tveito
    Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 208, pp. 375—392, 2007
  9. A Sharp Interface Finite Element Method for Elliptic Interface Problems; Formulation and Investigation in One Space Dimension
    K. Holmås and H. P. Langtangen
    International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, vol. 34, pp. 287—312, 2007
  10. Efficient Compilation of a Class of Variational Forms
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, vol. 33, 2007
  11. Adaptive Finite Element Approximation of Multiphysics Problems
    M. G. Larson and F. Bengzon
    Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 24, pp. 505—521, 2007, [DOI]
  12. Automating the Finite Element Method
    A. Logg
    Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, vol. 14, pp. 93—138, 2007
  13. A Comparison of Non-Standard Solvers for ODEs Describing Cellular Reactions in the Heart
    M. C. MacLachlan, J. Sundnes and R. J. Spiteri
    Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, vol. 10, pp. 317—326, 2007
  14. A Linear System of Partial Differential Equations Modeling the Resting Potential of a Heart With Regional Ischemia
    M. C. MacLachlan, J. Sundnes, O. Skavhaug, O. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen and A. Tveito
    Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 210, pp. 238—252, 2007
  15. An Order Optimal Solver for the Discretized Bidomain Equations
    K.-A. Mardal, B. F. Nielsen, X. Cai and A. Tveito
    Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, vol. 14, pp. 83—98, 2007
  16. Order Optimal Preconditioners for Implicit Runge-Kutta Schemes Applied to Parabolic PDE's
    K.-A. Mardal, T. K. Nilssen and G. A. Staff
    SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 29, pp. 361—375, 2007
  17. Using Python to Solve Partial Differential Equations
    K.-A. Mardal, O. Skavhaug, G. T. Lines, G. A. Staff and Å. Ødegård
    Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 9, pp. 48—51, 2007
  18. Optimal Monodomain Approximations of the Bidomain Equations
    B. F. Nielsen, T. S. Ruud, G. T. Lines and A. Tveito
    Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol. 184, pp. 276—290, 2007
  19. On the Possibility for Computing the Transmembrane Potential in the Heart With a One Shot Method; an Inverse Problem
    B. F. Nielsen, X. Cai and O. M. Lysaker
    Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 210, pp. 523—553, 2007
  20. On the Use of the Resting Potential and Level Set Methods for Identifying Ischemic Heart Disease; an Inverse Problem
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker and A. Tveito
    Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 220, pp. 772—790, 2007
  21. Transversely Isotropic Membrane Shells With Application to Mitral Valve Mechanics. Constitutive Modelling and Finite Element Implementation
    V. E. Prot, B. H. Skallerud and G. A. Holzapfel
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 71, pp. 987—1008, 2007, [DOI]
  22. A Finite Element Method for Modelling Electromechanical Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Piezoelectric Media
    S. Rahman, H. P. Langtangen and C. H. W. Barnes
    Communications in Computational Physics, vol. 2, pp. 271—292, 2007
  23. Pulse-Induced Acoustoelectric Vibrations in Surface-Gated GaAs-Based Quantum Devices
    S. Rahman, T. M. Stace, H. P. Langtangen, M. Kataoka and C. H. W. Barnes
    Physical Review B: Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, vol. 75, 2007
  24. On the Accuracy of Operator Splitting As Applied to Discretized Reaction Diffusion Systems
    A. Schroll, G. T. Lines and A. Tveito
    International Journal of Computer Mathematics, vol. 84, pp. 871—885, 2007
  25. Increasing the Accuracy in Locally Divergence-Preserving Finite Volume Schemes for MHD
    R. Artebrant and M. Torrilhon
    Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 227, pp. 3405—3427, 2008
  26. Two-Parameter Fracture Mechanics and Circumferential Crack Growth in Surface Cracked Pipelines Using Line-Spring Elements
    E. Berg, B. H. Skallerud and C. Thaulow
    Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 75, pp. 17—30, 2008, [DOI]
  27. Ultimate Fracture Capacity of Pressurized Pipes With Defects - Comparisons of Large Scale Testing and Numerical Simulations
    E. Berg, E. Østby, C. Thaulow and B. H. Skallerud
    Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 75, pp. 2352—2366, 2008, [DOI]
  28. Tracking Airborne Legionella and Legionella Pneumophila at a Biological Treatment Plant
    J. M. Blatny, B. A. P. Reif, G. Skogan, Ø. Andreassen, A. Høiby, E. Ask, V. Waagen, D. Aanonsen, I. S. Aaberge and D. A. Caugant
    Enviromental Science & Technology, vol. 42, pp. 7360—7367, 2008, [DOI]
  29. Mechanisms of Transmurally Varying Myocyte Electromechanics in an Integrated Computational Model
    S. G. Campbell, S. N. Flaim, C. H. Leem and A. D. McCulloch
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, vol. 366, pp. 3361—3380, 2008, [DOI]
  30. Convection Models in the Kamchatka Region Using Imposed Plate Motion and Thermal Histories
    S. Clark and D. Müller
    Journal of Geodynamics, vol. 46, pp. 1—9, 2008
  31. Episodicity in Back-Arc Tectonic Regimes
    S. Clark, D. Stegman and D. Müller
    Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, vol. 171, pp. 265—279, 2008
  32. An Explicit Finite Difference Scheme for the Camassa-Holm Equation
    G. M. Coclite, K. H. Karlsen and N. H. Risebro
    Advances in Differential Equations, vol. 13, pp. 681—732, 2008
  33. Discovering Regulators of the Drosophila Cardiac Hypoxia Response Using Automated Phenotyping Technology
    J. D. Feala, J. H. Omens, G. Paternostro and A. D. McCulloch
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 1123, pp. 169—177, 2008, [DOI]
  34. Stochastic Binding of Ca2+ in the Dyadic Cleft: Continuous Vs. Random-Walk Description of Diffusion.
    J. E. Hake and G. T. Lines
    Biophysical Journal, vol. 94, pp. 4184—4201, 2008, [DOI]
  35. A Note on Discontinues Rate Functions for the Gate Variables in Mathematical Models of Cardiac Cells
    M. Hanslien, J. Sundnes and N. Holden
    Procedia Computer Science, vol. 1, pp. 945—950, 2008
  36. Analysis of a 1D Incompressible Two-Fluid Model Including Artificial Diffusion
    H. Holmås, T. Sira, M. Nordsveen, H. P. Langtangen and R. Shulkes
    IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics, vol. 73, pp. 651—667, 2008
  37. A Pseudospectral Fourier Method for a 1D Incompressible Two-Fluid Model
    H. Holmås, D. Clamond and H. P. Langtangen
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, pp. 639—658, 2008
  38. Algorithms and Data Structures for Multi-Adaptive Time-Stepping
    J. Jansson and A. Logg
    ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, vol. 35, pp. 1—24, 2008
  39. Effect of Heterogeneous APD Restitution on VF Organization in a Model of the Human Ventricles
    R. H. Keldermann, K. t. Tusscher, M. Nash, R. Hren, P. Taggart and A. V. Panfilov
    American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, vol. 294, pp. H764—H774, 2008
  40. Benchmarking Domain-Specific Compiler Optimizations for Variational Forms
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, vol. 35, pp. 1—18, 2008
  41. A Posteriori Error Estimates for Mixed Finite Element Approximations of Elliptic Problems
    M. G. Larson and A. Målqvist
    Numerische Mathematik, vol. 108, pp. 487—500, 2008
  42. The Role of Mechanoelectric Feedback in Vulnerability to Electric Shock
    W. Li, V. Gurev and A. D. McCulloch
    Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, vol. 97, pp. 461—478, 2008, [DOI]
  43. On the Frequency of Automaticity During Ischemia in Simulations Based on Stochastic Perturbations of the Luo-Rudy 1 Model
    S. Linge, G. T. Lines, J. Sundnes and A. Tveito
    Computers in Biology and Medicine, vol. 38, pp. 1218—1227, 2008
  44. Cardiac Resynchronization: Insight From Experimental and Computational Models
    J. Lumens, K. Vernooy, J. H. Omens, L. J. Mulligan, T. Delhaas, T. Arts, A. D. McCulloch and F. W. Prinzen
    Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, vol. 97, pp. 543—561, 2008, [DOI]
  45. On the Applicability of Bovine Morsellized Cortico-Cancellous Bone As a Substitute for Human Morsellized Cortico-Cancellous Bone for in Vitro Mechanical Testing
    K. B. Lunde, O. A. Foss and B. H. Skallerud
    Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 41, pp. 3469—3474, 2008, [DOI]
  46. Constitutive Models for Constrained Compression of Unimpacted and Impacted Human Morselized Bone Grafts
    K. B. Lunde, O. A. Foss, L. Fosse and B. H. Skallerud
    Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, vol. 130, pp. 61014, 2008, [DOI]
  47. The Fluid Phase of Morsellized Bone: Characterization of Viscosity and Chemical Composition
    K. B. Lunde, M. Sletmoen, B. T. Stokke and B. H. Skallerud
    Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, vol. 1, pp. 199—205, 2008, [DOI]
  48. Mathematical Simulations of Ligand-Gated and Specific Cell-Type Effects in the Human Atrium
    M. Maleckar, J. L. Greenstein, N. A. Trayanova and W. R. Giles
    Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, vol. 98, pp. 161—70, 2008
  49. Polarity Reversal Lowers Activation Time During Diastolic Field Stimulation of the Rabbit Ventricles: Insight Into Mechanisms
    M. Maleckar, M. C. Woods, V. Y. Sidorov, M. R. Holcomb, D. N. Mashburn, J. P. Wikswo and N. A. Trayanova
    American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, vol. 295, pp. H1626—H1633, 2008
  50. Conditional Velocity Statistics in the Double Scalar Mixing Layer - a Mapping Closure Approach
    M. Mortensen and S. M. d. B. Kops
    Combustion Theory and Modelling, vol. 12, pp. 929—941, 2008, [DOI]
  51. Penalty Methods for the Numerical Solution of American Multi-Asset Option Problems
    B. F. Nielsen, O. Skavhaug and A. Tveito
    Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, vol. 222, pp. 3—16, 2008
  52. Automated Code Generation for Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
    K. B. Oelgaard, A. Logg and G. N. Wells
    SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 31, pp. 849—864, 2008
  53. Fracture of Anodic-Bonded Silicon-Thin Film Glass-Silicon Triple Stacks
    L. Y. Shang, Z. L. Shang and B. H. Skallerud
    Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 75, pp. 1064—1082, 2008, [DOI]
  54. Modeling of the Ventricular Conduction System
    K. t. Tusscher and A. V. Panfilov
    Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, vol. 96, pp. 152—170, 2008
  55. Three-Component Vectorial Proper Orthogonal Decomposition of Axisymmetric Wake Behind a Disk
    M. Tutkun, P. B. V. Johansson and W. K. George
    AIAA Journal, vol. 46, pp. 1118—1134, 2008, [DOI]
  56. A Condition for Setting Off Ectopic Waves in Computational Models of Excitable Cells
    A. Tveito and G. T. Lines
    Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 213, pp. 141—150, 2008, [DOI]
  57. A View Toward the Future of Subsurface Characterization: CAT Scanning Groundwater Basins
    J. T. C. Yeh, C.-H. Lee, K.-C. Hsu, W. A. Illman, W. Barrash, X. Cai, J. Daniels, E. Sudicky, L. Wan, G. Li and C. L. Winter
    Water Resources Research, vol. 44, 2008, [DOI]
  58. Surface Roughness Characterization for Fatigue Life Predictions Using Finite Element Analysis
    S. K. Ås, B. H. Skallerud and B. W. Tveiten
    International Journal of Fatigue, vol. 30, pp. 2200—2209, 2008, [DOI]
  59. Unified Framework for Finite Element Assembly
    M. S. Alnæs, A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal, O. Skavhaug and H. P. Langtangen
    International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering, vol. 4, pp. 231—244, 2009
  60. Stability of Lagrange Elements for the Mixed Laplacian
    D. N. Arnold and M. E. Rognes
    Calcolo, vol. 46, pp. 245—260, 2009, [DOI]
  61. Bifurcating Solutions to the Monodomain Model Equipped With FitzHugh-Nagumo Kinetics
    R. Artebrant
    Journal of Applied Mathematics, vol. 2009, 2009, [DOI]
  62. Cyclic Plasticity Modelling for ANDES Thin Shell and Line-Spring Finite Elements
    E. Berg, K. H. Holthe and B. H. Skallerud
    International Journal of Applied Mechanics, vol. 1, pp. 201—233, 2009, [DOI]
  63. A Multilevel Approach for the Satisfiability Problem
    N. Bouhmala and X. Cai
    ISAST Transactions on Computers and Intelligent Systems, vol. 1, pp. 29—37, 2009
  64. Effect of Transmurally Heterogeneous Myocyte Excitation-contraction Coupling on Canine Left Ventricular Electromechanics
    S. G. Campbell, E. Howard, J. Aguado-Sierra, B. A. Coppola, J. H. Omens, L. J. Mulligan and A. D. McCulloch
    Experimental Physiology, vol. 94, pp. 541—552, 2009, [DOI]
  65. Aproaching Cardiac Modeling Challenges to Computer Science With CellMl-Based Web Tools
    R. S. Campos, R. M. Amorim, C. M. Costa, B. L. de Oliveira, C. Barbosa, J. Sundnes and R. W. d. Santos
    Future Generation Computer Systems, vol. 26, pp. 462—470, 2009
  66. A Study on Modified Szabo's Wave Equation Modeling of Frequency-Dependent Dissipation in Ultrasonic Medical Imaging
    W. Chen, X. Zhang and X. Cai
    Physica Scripta, vol. 2009, pp. 014014, 2009, [DOI]
  67. Double Large Field Stereoscopic PIV in a High Reynolds Number Turbulent Boundary Layer
    S. Coudert, J. M. Foucaut, J. Kostas, M. Stanislas, P. Braud, C. Fourment, J. Delville, M. Tutkun, F. Mehdi, P. B. V. Johansson and W. K. George
    Experiments in Fluids, vol. 50, pp. 1—12, 2009, [DOI]
  68. Motion of the Cerebellar Tonsils in the Foramen Magnum During the Cardiac Cycle
    J. Cousins and V. Haughton
    American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol. 30, pp. 1587—1588, 2009
  69. Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Ventricular Fibrillation Dynamics
    P. Deuflhard, B. Erdmann, R. Roitzsch and G. T. Lines
    Computing and Visualization in Science, vol. 12, pp. 201—205, 2009
  70. Metabolism As Means for Hypoxia Adaptation: Metabolic Profiling and Flux Balance Analysis
    J. D. Feala, L. C. Coquin, D. Zhou, G. G. Haddad, G. Paternostro and A. D. McCulloch
    BMC Systems Biology, vol. 3, pp. 3—91, 2009, [DOI]
  71. Systems Approaches and Algorithms for Discovery of Combinatorial Therapies
    J. D. Feala, J. Cortes, P. M. Duxbury, C. Piermarocchi, A. D. McCulloch and G. Paternostro
    Systems Biology and Medicine, vol. 2, pp. 181—193, 2009, [DOI]
  72. Mind the Gap: a Guideline for Large Eddy Simulation
    W. K. George and M. Tutkun
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, vol. 367, pp. 2839—2847, 2009, [DOI]
  73. Lagrangian Particle Dispersion in Turbulent Flow Over a Wall Mounted Obstacle
    D. G. E. Grigoriadis and S. C. Kassinos
    International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, vol. 30, pp. 462—470, 2009, [DOI]
  74. Immersed Boundary Method for the MHD Flows of Liquid Metals
    D. G. E. Grigoriadis, S. C. Kassinos and E. V. Votyakov
    Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 228, pp. 903—920, 2009
  75. An Unconditionally Stable Second Order Method for the Luo-Rudy 1 Model Used in Simulations of Defibrillation
    M. Hanslien, R. Artebrant, J. Sundnes and A. Tveito
    International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling, vol. 6, pp. 627—641, 2009
  76. An Assessment of Ductus Venosus Tapering and Wave Transmission From the Fetal Heart
    L. R. Hellevik, J. Vierendeels, T. Kiserud, N. Stergiopulos, F. Irgens, E. Dick, K. Riemslagh and P. Verdonck
    Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, vol. 8, pp. 509—517, 2009, [DOI]
  77. Unified Finite Element Discretizations of Coupled Darcy-Stokes Flow
    T. K. Karper, K.-A. Mardal and R. Winther
    Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, vol. 25, pp. 311—326, 2009
  78. A Computational Study of Mother Rotor VF in the Human Ventricles
    R. H. Keldermann, K. t. Tusscher, M. Nash, C. P. Bradley, R. Hren, P. Taggart and A. V. Panfilov
    American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, vol. 296, pp. H370—H379, 2009
  79. Intracellular Ca2+ Nonlinear Wave Behaviours in a Three Dimensional Ventricular Cell Model
    P. Li and A. Holden
    Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, vol. 238, pp. 992—999, 2009, [DOI]
  80. Synchronizing Computer Simulations With Measurement Data for a Case of Atrial Flutter
    G. T. Lines, S. Linge, M. C. MacLachlan and A. Tveito
    Annals of Biomedical Engineering, vol. 37, pp. 1287—1293, 2009
  81. Numerical Solution of the Bidomain Equations
    S. Linge, J. Sundnes, M. Hanslien, G. T. Lines and A. Tveito
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, vol. 367, pp. 1931—1951, 2009
  82. CSF Flow Dynamics at the Cranio-Vertebral Junction Studied With an Idealized Model of the Subarachnoid Space and Computational Flow Analysis
    S. Linge, V. Haughton, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol. 31, pp. 185—192, 2009
  83. Efficient Representation of Computational Meshes
    A. Logg
    International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering, vol. 4, pp. 283—295, 2009
  84. The Modified Cam Clay Model for Constrained Compression of Human Morsellised Bone: Effects of Porosity on the Mechanical Behaviour
    K. B. Lunde and B. H. Skallerud
    Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, vol. 2, pp. 43—50, 2009, [DOI]
  85. Global C^1 Maps on General Domains
    A. E. Løvgren, Y. Maday and E. M. Rønquist
    Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences (M3AS), vol. 19, pp. 803—832, 2009, [DOI]
  86. Direct Simulation of the Limiting Flux: I. Interpretation of the Experimental Results
    S. Ma, S. C. Kassinos and D. Kassinos
    Journal of Membrane Science, vol. 337, pp. 81—91, 2009, [DOI]
  87. K+ Current Changes Account for the Rate Dependence of the Action Potential in the Human Atrial Myocyte
    M. Maleckar, J. L. Greenstein, W. R. Giles and N. A. Trayanova
    American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, vol. 297, pp. 1398—1410, 2009
  88. Derivation of the Conditional Moment Closure Equations for Spray Combustion
    M. Mortensen and R. W. Bilger
    Combustion and Flame, vol. 156, pp. 62—72, 2009, [DOI]
  89. The Micromechanics of Fluid-Solid Interactions During Growth in Porous Soft Biological Tissue
    H. Narayanan, E. M. Arruda, K. Grosh and K. Garikipati
    Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, vol. 8, pp. 167—181, 2009, [DOI]
  90. Preconditioning by Inverting the Laplacian; an Analysis of the Eigenvalues
    B. F. Nielsen, A. Tveito and W. Hackbusch
    IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis, vol. 29, pp. 24—42, 2009
  91. Experimental and Analytical Strength Analysis of Double-Lap Joints for Marine Applications
    H. Osnes and D. McGeorge
    Composites Part B: Engineering, vol. 40, pp. 29—40, 2009
  92. Subject Specific Finite Element Analysis of Implant Stability for a Cementless Femoral Stem
    S. H. Pettersen, T. S. Wik and B. H. Skallerud
    Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 24, pp. 480—487, 2009, [DOI]
  93. Subject Specific Finite Element Analysis of Stress Shielding Around a Cementless Femoral Stem
    S. H. Pettersen, T. S. Wik and B. H. Skallerud
    Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 24, pp. 196—202, 2009, [DOI]
  94. Towards Reproducible Descriptions of Neuronal Network Models
    H. E. Plesser, M.-O. Gewaltig and E. Nordlie
    PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 5, 2009, [DOI]
  95. Finite Element Analysis of the Mitral Apparatus: Annulus Shape Effect and Chordal Force Distribution
    V. E. Prot, H. Rune and B. H. Skallerud
    Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, vol. 8, pp. 43—55, 2009
  96. Nonlinear Solid Finite Element Analysis of Mitral Valves With Heterogeneous Leaflet Layers
    V. E. Prot and B. H. Skallerud
    Computational Mechanics, vol. 43, pp. 353—368, 2009
  97. Hypertrophic Gene Expression Induced by Chronic Stretch of Excised Mouse Heart Muscle
    A. M. Raskin, M. Hoshijima, E. Swanson, A. D. McCulloch and J. H. Omens
    Mol Cell Biomech., vol. 6, pp. 145—159, 2009
  98. Towards Sensitizing the Nonlinear v^2-f Model to Turbulence Structures
    B. A. P. Reif, M. Mortensen and C. A. Langer
    Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, vol. 83, pp. 185—203, 2009, [DOI]
  99. Efficient Assembly of H(div) and H(curl) Conforming Finite Elements
    M. E. Rognes, R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 36, pp. 4130—4151, 2009
  100. Modelling of and Mixed Finite Element Methods for Gels in Biomedical Applications
    M. E. Rognes, M.-C. Calderer and C. Micek
    SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, vol. 70, pp. 1305—1329, 2009, [DOI]
  101. Characterization of CSF Hydrodynamics in the Presence and Absence of Tonsillar Ectopia by Means of Computational Flow Analysis.
    A. Roldan, O. Wieben, V. Haughton, T. Osswald and N. Chesler
    American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol. 30, pp. 941—946, 2009
  102. A Computationally Efficient Method for Determining the Size and Location of Myocardial Ischemia
    T. S. Ruud, B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker and J. Sundnes
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 56, pp. 263—272, 2009
  103. Evaluation of Fracture Mechanics Parameters for Free Edges in Multi-Layered Structures With Weak Singularities
    L. Y. Shang, Z. L. Zhang and B. H. Skallerud
    International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol. 46, pp. 1134—1148, 2009, [DOI]
  104. Comments on the Evaluation of the Stress Intensity Factor for a General Re-Entrant Corner in Anisotropic Bi-Materials
    L. Y. Shang, Z. L. Zhang and B. H. Skallerud
    Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 76, pp. 1373—1379, 2009, [DOI]
  105. Three-Dimensional High-Resolution Imaging of Cardiac Proteins to Construct Models of Intracellular Ca2+ Signalling
    C. Soeller, I. Jayasinghe, P. Li, A. Holden and M. Cannell
    Experimental Physiology, vol. 94, pp. 496—508, 2009, [DOI]
  106. Idiopathic Syringomyelia: Phase-Contrast MR of Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Dynamics at Level of Foramen Magnum
    A. F. Struck and V. Haughton
    Radiology, vol. 253, pp. 184—190, 2009, [DOI]
  107. A Second Order Algorithm for Solving Dynamic Cell Membrane Equations
    J. Sundnes, R. Artebrant, O. Skavhaug and A. Tveito
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 56, pp. 2546—2548, 2009
  108. Organization of Ventricular Fibrillation in the Human Heart: Experiments and Models
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  224. Slow Ca2+ Sparks De-Synchronize Ca2+ Release in Failing Cardiomyocytes: Evidence for Altered Configuration of Ca2+ Release Units?
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    S. Land, S. Arens, C. M. Augustin, L. Baron, S. Castro, A. Crozier, M. Favino, T. E. Fastl, T. Fritz, H. Gao, A. Gizzi, B. E. Griffith, D. E. Hurtado, R. Krause, X. Luo, M. P. Nash, S. Pezzuto, G. Plank, S. Rossi, D. Ruprecht, G. Seemann, N. P. Smith, J. Sundnes, J. Rice, N. A. Trayanova, D. Wang, Z. J. Wang and S. A. Niederer
    Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol. 471, 2015
  306. Parallel performance modeling of irregular applications in cell-centered finite volume methods over unstructured tetrahedral meshes
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  311. A Nitsche-based Cut Finite Element Method for a Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem
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    M. Noack and T. Gillberg
    Geophysics, vol. 80, 2015
  316. A Two-Scale Method using a List of Active Sub-Domains for a Fully Parallelized Solution of Wave Equations
    M. Noack
    Journal of Computational Science, vol. 11, pp. 91—101, 2015
  317. Increased Membrane Capacitance Is the Dominant Mechanism of Stretch-Dependent Conduction Slowing in the Rabbit Heart: a Computational Study
    B. L. de Oliveira, J. Sundnes, S. Wall and A. D. McCulloch
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  318. Determining Tidal Turbine Farm Efficiency in the Western Passage using the Disc Actuator Theory
    S. Rao, H. Xue, M. Bao and S. W. Funke
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  319. Poro-elastic modeling of Syringomyelia – a systematic study of the effects of pia mater, central canal, median fissure, white and gray matter on pressure wave propagation and fluid movement within the cervical spinal cord
    K.-H. Støverud, M. S. Alnæs, H. P. Langtangen, V. Haughton and K.-A. Mardal
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    Annals of Biomedical Engineering, vol. 43, pp. 1422—1431, 2015
  322. Designing Large Arrays of Tidal Turbines: a Synthesis and Review
    R. Venell, S. W. Funke, S. Draper, C. Stevens and T. Divett
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    K. P. Vincent, M. J. Gonzales, A. K. Gillette, C. T. Villongco, S. Pezzuto, J. H. Omens, M. J. Holst and A. D. McCulloch
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  325. Arrhythmia risk stratification of patients after myocardial infarction using personalized heart models
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    Nature Communications, vol. 7, 2016, [DOI]
  326. Adjoint Multi-Start Based Estimation of Cardiac Hyperelastic Material Parameters using Shear Data
    G. Balaban, M. S. Alnæs, J. Sundnes and M. E. Rognes
    Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology, pp. 1—13, 2016
  327. Optogenetic defibrillation terminates ventricular arrhythmia in mouse hearts and human simulations
    T. Bruegmann, P. M. Boyle, C. Vogt, T. Karathanos, H. Arevalo, B. Fleishmann, N. A. Trayanova and P. Sasse
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    J. L. Bruse, K. S. Mcleod, G. Biglino, H. N. Ntsinjana, C. Capelli, T.-Y. Hsia, M. Sermesant, X. Pennec, A. M. Taylor and S. Schievano
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    J. L. Bruse, E. Cervi, K. S. Mcleod, G. Biglino, M. Sermesant, X. Pennec, A. M. Taylor, S. Schievano and T.-Y. Hsia
    Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol. 103, pp. 645—654, 2016, [DOI]
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    J. L. Bruse, A. Khushnood, K. S. Mcleod, G. Biglino, M. Sermesant, X. Pennec, A. M. Taylor, T.-Y. Hsia and S. Schievano
    The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, vol. 153, pp. 418—427, 2016, [DOI]
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    IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis, vol. 37, pp. 138—169, 2016, [DOI]
  332. Improved Reduced-Order Modelling of Cerebrovascular Flow Distribution by Accounting for Arterial Bifurcation Pressure Drops.
    C. Chnafa, K. Valen-Sendstad, O. Brina, V. Pereira and D. A. Steinman
    Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 51, pp. 83—88, 2016
  333. Integration of cost modelling within the micro-siting design optimisation of tidal turbine arrays
    D. Culley, S. W. Funke, S. Kramer and M. D. Piggott
    Renewable Energy, vol. 85, pp. 215—227, 2016, [DOI]
  334. A surrogate-model assisted approach for optimising the size of tidal turbine arrays
    D. M. Culley, S. W. Funke, S. C. Kramer and M. D. Piggott
    International Journal of Marine Energy, 2016
  335. A guide to uncertainty quantification and sensitivity analysis for cardiovascular applications
    V. G. Eck, W. P. Donders, J. Sturdy, J. Feinberg, T. Delhaas and L. R. Hellevik
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 32, 2016, [DOI]
  336. The Split Bregman Algorithm Applied to PDE-Constrained Optimization Problems With Total Variation Regularization
    O. L. Elvetun and B. F. Nielsen
    Computational Optimization and Applications, vol. 63, pp. 1—26, 2016
  337. PDE-constrained optimization with local control and boundary observations: Robust preconditioners
    O. L. Elvetun and B. F. Nielsen
    SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, vol. 38, pp. A3461—A3491, 2016, [DOI]
  338. Robustness of common hemodynamics indicators with respect to numerical resolution in 38 middle cerebral artery aneurysms
    Ø. Evju, J. M. Pozo, A. Frangi and K.-A. Mardal
    Accepted for publication in PLOS ONE, 2016
  339. The Number of Distinct Eigenvalues of a Matrix After Perturbation
    P. E. Farrell
    Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, vol. 37, pp. 572—576, 2016, [DOI]
  340. Linear and nonlinear solvers for variational phase-field models of brittle fracture
    P. E. Farrell and C. Maurini
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 109, pp. 648—667, 2016, [DOI]
  341. The trade off between tidal-turbine array yield and environmental impact: a multi-objective optimisation problem
    R. d. Feu, S. W. Funke, S. C. Kramer, D. M. Culley, J. Hill, B. Halpern and M. D. Piggott
    Renewable Energy, vol. 114, pp. 1247—1257, 2016
  342. Association of pulse pressure gradient across cranio-cervical junction as derived from phase-contrast magnetic resonance imaging and invasively measured pulsatile intracranial pressure in symptomatic patients with Chiari malformation type 1
    R. Fric, E. K. Lindstrøm, G. Ringstad, K.-A. Mardal and P. K. Eide
    Acta Neurochirurgica, vol. 158, 2016
  343. Design optimisation and resource assessment for tidal-stream renewable energy farms using a new continuous turbine approach
    S. W. Funke, S. C. Kramer and M. D. Piggott
    Renewable Energy, vol. 99, pp. 1046—1061, 2016, [DOI]
  344. Conditions on optimal support recovery in unmixing problems by means of multi-penalty regularization
    M. Grasmair and V. Naumova
    Inverse Problems, vol. 32, 2016, [DOI]
  345. Tension behaviour of HNBR and FKM elastomers for a wide range of temperatures
    A. Ilseng, B. H. Skallerud and A. H. Clausen
    Journal of Polymer Testing, vol. 49, pp. 128—136, 2016, [DOI]
  346. Direct numerical simulations of transitional hydrodynamics of the cerebrospinal fluid in Chiari I malformation – the role of cranio-vertebral junction
    K. Jain, G. Ringstad, P.-K. Eide and K.-A. Mardal
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 2016
  347. Transitional hemodynamics in intracranial aneurysms - Comparative velocity investigations with high resolution Lattice Boltzmann simulations, normal resolution ANSYS simulations and MR imaging
    K. Jain, J. Jiang, C. Strother and K.-A. Mardal
    Medical Physics, vol. 43, 2016
  348. A three-dimensional coupled Nitsche and level set method for electrohydrodynamic potential flows in moving domains
    A. Johansson, M. Garzon and J. A. Sethian
    Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 309, pp. 88—111, 2016
  349. Methodology for morphometric analysis of modern human contralateral premolars
    G. F. Johnsen, J. Sundnes, J. Wengenroth and H. J. Haugen
    Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography, vol. 40, pp. 617—625, 2016
  350. Non-Newtonian versus Numerical Rheology: Practical Impact Of Shear-thinning On The Prediction Of Stable And Unstable Flows In Intracranial Aneurysms.
    O. M. Khan, D. A. Steinman and K. Valen-Sendstad
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 33, 2016
  351. On the Quantification and Visualization of Transient Periodic Instabilities in Pulsatile Flows
    O. M. Khan, C. Chnafa, D. Gallo, F. Molinari, U. Morbiducci, D. A. Steinman and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Journal of Biomechanics, pp. 179—182, 2016
  352. Preconditioners for saddle point systems with trace constraints coupling 2D and 1D domains
    M. Kuchta, M. Nordaas, J. C. G. Verschaeve, M. Mortensen and K.-A. Mardal
    SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, vol. 38, 2016
  353. Accelerating Detailed Tissue-Scale 3D Cardiac Simulations Using Heterogeneous CPU-Xeon Phi Computing
    J. Langguth, Q. Lan, N. Gaur and X. Cai
    International Journal of Parallel Programming, pp. 1—23, 2016, [DOI]
  354. Physics-based computer simulation of the long-term effects of cardiac regenerative therapies
    L. C. Lee, J. Sundnes, M. Genet and S. T. Wall
    Technology, vol. 4, pp. 23–29, 2016
  355. An integrated electromechanical-growth heart model for simulating cardiac therapies
    L. C. Lee, J. Sundnes, M. Genet, J. F. Wenk and S. T. Wall
    Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology, vol. 15, pp. 791–803, 2016
  356. Simple T wave metrics may better predict early ischemia as compared to ST segment
    G. T. Lines, B. L. de Oliveira, O. Skavhaug and M. Maleckar
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 64, pp. 1305—1309, 2016, [DOI]
  357. Robust preconditioners for PDE-constrained optimization with limited observations
    K.-A. Mardal, B. F. Nielsen and M. Nordaas
    BIT Numerical Mathematics, vol. 57, pp. 405—431, 2016
  358. Ventricular structure in ARVC: Going beyond volumes as a measure of risk
    K. S. Mcleod, S. Wall, I. S. Leren, J. Saberniak and K. Haugaa
    Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 18, pp. 73, 2016, [DOI]
  359. High Performance Python for Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flows
    M. Mortensen and H. P. Langtangen
    Computer Physics Communications, vol. 203, pp. 53—65, 2016
  360. Ill-posed Point Neuron Models
    B. F. Nielsen and J. Wyller
    The Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience, vol. 6, 2016, [DOI]
  361. A Biophysical Systems Approach to Identifying the Pathways of Acute and Chronic Doxorubicin Mitochondrial Cardiotoxicity
    B. L. de Oliveira and S. A. Niederer
    PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 12, 2016, [DOI]
  362. Space-discretization error analysis and stabilization schemes for conduction velocity in cardiac electrophysiology
    S. Pezzuto, J. E. Hake and J. Sundnes
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 32, 2016, [DOI]
  363. Contributions of prestrains, hyperelasticity, and muscle fiber activation on mitral valve systolic performance
    V. E. Prot and B. H. Skallerud
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 2016, [DOI]
  364. Roadmap for cardiovascular circulation model
    S. Safei, C. P. Bradley, V. Suresh, K. Mithraratne, A. Muller, H. Ho, D. Ladd, L. R. Hellevik, S. W. Omholt, J. G. Chase, L. O. Müller, S. M. Watanabe, P. J. Blanco, B. de Bono and P. J. Hunter
    American Journal of Physiology, vol. 594, pp. 6909—6928, 2016, [DOI]
  365. Panda: A Compiler Framework for Concurrent CPU+GPU Execution of 3D Stencil Computations on GPU-accelerated Supercomputers
    M. Sourouri, S. Baden and X. Cai
    International Journal of Parallel Programming, 2016, [DOI]
  366. Computational Investigation of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics in the Posterior Cranial Fossa and Cervical Subarachnoid Space in Patients with Chiari I Malformation
    K.-H. Støverud, H. P. Langtangen, G. A. Ringstad, P. K. Eide and K.-A. Mardal
    PLOS ONE, vol. 11, 2016
  367. Computing rates of Markov models of voltage-gated ion channels by inverting partial differential equations governing the probability density functions of the conducting and non-conducting states
    A. Tveito, G. T. Lines, A. Edwards and A. D. McCulloch
    Mathematical Biosciences, vol. 277, pp. 126—135, 2016
  368. Solving 3D Time-Fractional Diffusion Equations by High-Performance Parallel Computing
    W. Zhang and X. Cai
    Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis, vol. 19, pp. 140—160, 2016, [DOI]
  369. High resolution data assimilation of cardiac mechanics
    G. Balaban, H. Finsberg, H. H. Odland, M. E. Rognes, S. Ross, J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering, 2017, [DOI]
  370. Geometric MCMC for infinite-dimensional inverse problems
    A. Beskos, M. Giolami, S. Lan, P. E. Farrell and P. A. Stuart
    Journal of Computational Physics, vol. 335, pp. 327—351, 2017, [DOI]
  371. Detecting Clinically Meaningful Shape Clusters in Medical Image Data: Metrics Analysis for Hierarchical Clustering applied to Healthy and Pathological Aortic Arches
    J. L. Bruse, A. Khushnood, K. S. Mcleod, H. N. Ntsinjana, T.-Y. Hsia, M. Sermesant, X. Pennec, A. M. Taylor and S. Schievano
    IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2017, [DOI]
  372. Analysis of Carrier's Problem
    J. Chapman and P. E. Farrell
    SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, vol. 77, pp. 924—950, 2017, [DOI]
  373. Computing stationary solutions of the two-dimensional Gross–Pitaevskii equation with deflated continuation
    E. G. Charalampidis, P. Kevrekidis and P. E. Farrell
    Accepted for publication in Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, 2017, [DOI]
  374. Effects of arterial wall models and measurement uncertainties on cardiovascular model predictions
    V. G. Eck, J. Sturdy and L. R. Hellevik
    Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 50, pp. 188—194, 2017, [DOI]
  375. Robustness of common hemodynamic indicators with respect to numerical resolution in 38 middle cerebral artery aneurysms.
    Ø. Evju, J. M. Pozo, A. Frangi and K.-A. Mardal
    PloS one, vol. 12, 2017
  376. A Preconditioner for the Ohta–Kawasaki Equation
    P. E. Farrell and J. W. Pearson
    SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, vol. 38, pp. 217—225, 2017, [DOI]
  377. Multivariate Polynomial Chaos Expansions with Dependent Variables
    J. Feinberg, V. G. Eck and H. P. Langtangen
    Accepted for publication in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 2017
  378. Reconstructing wave profiles from inundation data
    S. W. Funke, P. E. Farrell and M. D. Piggott
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol. 322, pp. 167—186, 2017, [DOI]
  379. Variational data assimilation for transient blood flow simulations
    S. W. Funke, M. Nordaas, Ø. Evju, M. S. Alnæs and K.-A. Mardal
    Accepted for publication in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 2017
  380. A numerical investigation of intrathecal drug and gene vector dispersion within the cervical subarachnoid space
    P. T. Haga, G. Pizzichelli, M. Mortensen, M. Kuchta, S. H. Pahlavian, E. Sinibaldi, B. A. Martin and K.-A. Mardal
    Plos One, vol. 12, pp. 1—21, 2017, [DOI]
  381. Interstitial Solute Transport in 3D Reconstructed Neuropil Occurs by Diffusion Rather than Bulk Flow
    K. E. Holter, B. Kehlet, A. Devor, T. J. Sejnowski, A. M. Dale, S. W. Omholt, O. P. Ottesen, E. A. Nagelhus, K.-A. Mardal and K. H. Pettersen
    PNAS, 2017
  382. Adjoint-based estimation of cardiac activation times
    S. Kallhovd, M. Maleckar and M. E. Rognes
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 2017
  383. A posteriori error analysis of round-off errors in the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations
    B. Kehlet and A. Logg
    Numerical Algorithms, vol. 76, 2017, [DOI]
  384. Cerebral aneurysm blood flow simulations: There’s solver settings and then there’s solver settings
    O. M. Khan, K. Valen-Sendstad and D. A. Steinman
    Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 61, pp. 280—280, 2017
  385. Parameter-robust discretization and preconditioning of Biot's consolidation model
    J. Lee, K.-A. Mardal and R. Winther
    SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, vol. 39, pp. 1—24, 2017
  386. Studying dyadic structure-function relationships: a review of current modeling approaches and new insights into Ca2+ (mis)handling
    M. M. Maleckar, A. Edwards, W. Louch and G. T. Lines
    Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology, vol. 11, pp. 1—11, 2017, [DOI]
  387. The opportunities and challenges for biophysical modelling of adverse and beneficial drug actions on the heart
    S. Niederer, B. L. de Oliveira and M. J. Curtis
    Current Opinion in Systems Biology, vol. 4, pp. 29—34, 2017, [DOI]
  388. Hybrid Genetic Deflated Newton Method for Global Optimisation
    M. Noack and S. W. Funke
    Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, vol. 325, pp. 97—112, 2017, [DOI]
  389. Application of the adjoint approach to optimise the initial conditions of a turbidity current (AdjointTurbidity 1.0)
    S. D. Parkinson, S. W. Funke, J. Hill, M. D. Piggott and P. A. Allison
    Geoscientic Model Development, pp. 1051—1068, 2017, [DOI]
  390. Contributions of prestrains, hyperelasticity, and muscle fiber activation on mitral valve systolic performance
    V. E. Prot and B. H. Skallerud
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 33, 2017
  391. Nanoindentation and finite element modelling of chitosan–alginate multilayer coated hydrogels
    V. E. Prot, B. T. Stokke, G. Maurstad, T. Sherstova and B. H. Skallerud
    Soft Matter, vol. 12, pp. 7338—7349, 2017
  392. From molecular to continuum modelling of bistable liquid crystal devices
    M. Robinson, C. Luo, P. E. Farrell, R. Erban and A. Majumdar
    Liquid Crystals, pp. 1—18, 2017, [DOI]
  393. cbcbeat: an adjoint-enabled framework for computational cardiac electrophysiology
    M. E. Rognes, P. E. Farrell, S. W. Funke, J. E. Hake and M. Maleckar
    Journal of Open Source Software, 2017, [DOI]
  394. Rupture prediction of cerebral aneurysms: a nation-wide matched case-control study of hemodynamics at time of diagnosis.
    T. Ø. Skodvin, Ø. Evju, C. A. Helland and J. G. Isaksen
    Accepted for publication in Journal of Neurosurgery, 2017
  395. Modeling the differentiation of A- and C-type baroreceptor firing patterns
    J. Sturdy, J. T. Ottesen and M. S. Olufsen
    Journal of Computational Neuroscience, vol. 41, pp. 11—30, 2017
  396. An Evaluation of the Accuracy of Classical Models for Computing the Membrane Potential and Extracellular Potential for Neurons
    A. Tveito, K. H. Jæger, G. T. Lines, Ł. Paszkowski, J. Sundnes, A. Edwards, T. Mäki-Marttunen, G. Halnes and G. T. Einevoll
    Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, vol. 11, pp. 27, 2017

Books

  1. Python Scripting for Computational Science
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2008
  2. A Primer on Scientific Programming With Python
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2009
  3. Introduction to Partial Differential Equations; a Computational Approach
    A. Tveito and R. Winther
    Springer, 2009
  4. Statistical Theory and Modeling for Turbulent Flows
    P. A. Durbin and B. A. P. Reif
    Wiley, 2010
  5. Elements of Scientific Computing
    A. Tveito, H. P. Langtangen, B. F. Nielsen and X. Cai
    Springer, 2010
  6. A Primer on Scientific Programming With Python
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2011
  7. Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers
    B. Andersson, R. Andersson, L. Håkansson, M. Mortensen, R. Sudiyo and B. van Wachem
    Cambridge University Press, 2012
  8. A Primer on Scientific Programming With Python
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2012
  9. The Finite Element Method: Theory, Implementation, and Applications
    M. G. Larson and F. Bengzon
    Springer, 2013
  10. A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2014
  11. A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2016
  12. Finite Difference Computing with Exponential Decay Models
    H. P. Langtangen
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer. Verlag, 2016
  13. Scaling of Differential Equations
    H. P. Langtangen and G. K. Pedersen
    Springer International Publishing, 2016
  14. Finite Difference Computing with PDEs
    H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2016
  15. Programming for Computations - A gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations with MATLAB/Octave
    S. Linge and H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2016
  16. Programming for Computations - A Gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations with Python
    S. Linge and H. P. Langtangen
    Springer, 2016
  17. Computing characterizations of drugs for ion channels and receptors using Markov models
    A. Tveito and G. T. Lines
    Springer, 2016
  18. Statistical Atlases and Computational Models of the Heart. Imaging and Modelling Challenges
    T. Mansi, K. S. Mcleod, M. Pop, K. Rhode, M. Sermesant and A. Young
    Springer International Publishing, 2017
  19. Mesh dependence in PDE-constrained optimisation
    T. Schwedes, D. A. Ham, S. W. Funke and M. D. Piggott
    Springer Research Brief, 2017

Edited Books

  1. Quantitative Information Fusion for Hydrological Sciences
    X. Cai and J. T. C. Yeh
    Springer, 2008
  2. MekIT´09. Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics
    B. H. Skallerud and H. I. Andersson
    Tapir Academic Press, 2009
  3. Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision
    X.-C. Tai, K. Mørken, O. M. Lysaker and K.-A. Lie
    Springer, 2009
  4. Simula Research Laboratory - by Thinking Constantly About It
    A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne
    Springer, 2009
  5. Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method
    A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells
    Springer, 2012
  6. Conversations About Challenges in Computing
    A. M. Bruaset and A. Tveito
    Springer, 2013
  7. Proceedings of the 26th Nordic Seminar on Computational Machanics
    A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and A. Massing
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2013
  8. Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics
    Springer-Verlag
    2015
  9. Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics
    Springer-Verlag
    2015
  10. Proceedings of the MekIT'15 Eighth National Conference on Computational Mechanics.
    International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE).
    2015

Chapters in Books

  1. A Hybrid Approach to Efficient Finite Element Code Development
    A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal, M. S. Alnæs, H. P. Langtangen and O. Skavhaug
    in Petascale Computing - Algorithms and Applications, Edited by D. A. Bader, Chapman and Hall, 2007
  2. The Reduced Basis Element Method for Fluid Flows
    A. E. Løvgren, E. M. Rønquist and Y. Maday
    in Analysis and Simulation of Fluid Dynamics, Edited by C. Calgaro, J.-F. Coulombel and T. Goudon, Birkhäuser, pp. 129—154, 2007
  3. A Multilevel Greedy Algorithm for the Satisfiability Problem
    N. Bouhmala and X. Cai
    in Advances in Greedy Algorithms, Edited by W. Bednorz, IN-TECH Education and Publishing, pp. 39—54, 2008
  4. Att Lösa En Differentialekvation
    A. Logg
    in Människor och matematik. Läsebok för nyfikna, Edited by O. Helenius and K. Wallby, Nationellt centrum för matematikutbildning, NCM, pp. 95—110, 2008
  5. Turning Rocks Into Knowledge - Experiences and Results From an Industrial Collaboration in Computational Geosciences
    A. M. Bruaset
    in Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, Edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, Springer, pp. 553—600, 2009
  6. Scientific Computing: Why - How - What - What's Next
    H. P. Langtangen and J. Sundnes
    in Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, Edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, Springer, pp. 237—248, 2009
  7. Computer Simulations of the Heart
    G. T. Lines and J. Sundnes
    in Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, Edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, Springer, pp. 259—276, 2009
  8. Past and Future Perspectives on Scientific Software
    A. Logg, H. P. Langtangen and X. Cai
    in Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, Edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, Springer, pp. 321—362, 2009
  9. Can ECG Recordings and Mathematics Tell the Condition of Your Heart?
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, K.-A. Mardal, A. Tveito, C. Tarrou, K. Haugaa, A. Abildgaard and J. G. Fjeld
    in Simula Research Laboratory - by thinking constantly about it, Edited by A. Tveito, A. M. Bruaset and O. Lysne, Springer, pp. 287—319, 2009
  10. A Computational Framework for Patient-Specific Multi-Scale Cardiac Modeling
    J. Aguado-Sierra, F. V. Lionetti, D. Hunt, C. T. Villongco, M. Gonzales, S. G. Campbell and A. D. McCulloch
    in Patient-Specific Modeling of the Cardiovascular System; Technology-Driven Personalized Medicine, Springer, pp. 202—223, 2010
  11. The Mjølnir Tsunami
    S. Glimsdal, G. Pedersen, H. P. Langtangen, V. Shuvalov and H. Dypvik
    in The Mjølnir Impact Event and its Consequences, Edited by F. Tsikalas, H. Dypvik and M. Smelror, Springer, pp. 257—271, 2010
  12. The Optics of Bruising
    L. L. Randeberg, B. H. Skallerud, N. E. Langlois, O. A. Haugen and L. O. Svaasand
    in Optical-Thermal Response of Laser-Irradiated Tissue, Edited by A. J. Welch and M. J. van Gemert, Springer, 2010
  13. Automatic Calibration of Depositional Models
    A. Schroll
    in Automated Scientific Computing, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, 2010
  14. Left Ventricular Implantation of Biomaterials
    S. Wall, J. Wenk, C.-S. Jhun and J. Guccione
    in Computational Cardiovascular Mechanics - Modeling and Applications in Heart Failure, Edited by J. M. Guccione, G. S. Kassab and M. B. Ratcliffe, Springer, pp. 227—239, 2010
  15. Parallel Computing Engines for Subsurface Imaging Technologies
    J. T. C. Yeh, X. Cai, H. P. Langtangen, J. Zhu and C.-F. Ni
    in Advanced Computational Infrastructures for Parallel and Distributed Adaptive Applications, Edited by M. Parashar and X. Li, Wiley, pp. 29—43, 2010
  16. Construction of Preconditioners by Mapping Properties for Systems of Partial Differential Equations
    K.-A. Mardal and R. Winther
    in Efficient preconditioning methods for elliptic partial differential equations, Edited by O. Axelsson and J. Karatson, Bentham Science Publishers, pp. 65—84, 2011
  17. UFC: a Finite Element Code Generation Interface
    M. S. Alnæs, A. Logg and K.-A. Mardal
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 279—298, 2012
  18. UFL: a Finite Element Form Language
    M. S. Alnæs
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 299—334, 2012
  19. SyFi and SFC: Symbolic Finite Elements and Form Compilation
    M. S. Alnæs and K.-A. Mardal
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 269—278, 2012
  20. Lessons Learned in Mixed Language Programming
    J. E. Hake and K.-A. Mardal
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 363—381, 2012
  21. A Coupled Stochastic and Deterministic Model of Ca2+ Dynamics in the Dyadic Cleft
    J. E. Hake
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 611—627, 2012
  22. Constructing General Reference Finite Elements
    R. C. Kirby and K.-A. Mardal
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 117—128, 2012
  23. FErari: an Optimizing Compiler for Variational Forms
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 235—243, 2012
  24. Finite Element Variational Forms
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 129—136, 2012
  25. Common and Unusual Finite Elements
    R. C. Kirby, A. Logg, M. E. Rognes and A. R. Terrel
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 91—116, 2012
  26. Tensor Representation of Finite Element Variational Forms
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 157—167, 2012
  27. Discrete Optimization of Finite Element Matrix Evaluation
    R. C. Kirby, M. G. Knepley, A. Logg, R. Scott and A. R. Terrel
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 161—168, 2012
  28. The Finite Element Method
    R. C. Kirby and A. Logg
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 73—90, 2012
  29. A FEniCS Tutorial
    H. P. Langtangen
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 1—70, 2012
  30. Error Estimation and Adaptivity
    M. G. Larson and F. Bengzon
    in Encyclopedia of applied and computational mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer, 2012
  31. DOLFIN: a C++/Python Finite Element Library
    A. Logg, G. N. Wells and J. E. Hake
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 173—225, 2012
  32. Finite Element Assembly
    A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 137—142, 2012
  33. FFC: the FEniCS Form Compiler
    A. Logg, K. B. Ølgaard, M. E. Rognes and G. N. Wells
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 223—234, 2012
  34. Block Preconditioning of Systems of PDEs
    K.-A. Mardal and J. B. Haga
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 643—654, 2012
  35. Simulation of Transitional Flows
    M. Mortensen, K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 419—438, 2012
  36. A Computational Framework for Nonlinear Elasticity
    H. Narayanan
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 527—544, 2012
  37. Automated Testing of Saddle Point Stability Conditions
    M. E. Rognes
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 655—670, 2012
  38. An Adaptive Finite Element Solver for Fluid-structure Interaction Problems
    K. Selim
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 554—572, 2012
  39. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow
    S. Støle-Hentschel, S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren and K.-A. Mardal
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 455—470, 2012
  40. A Comparison of Some Common Finite Element Schemes for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations
    K. Valen-Sendstad, A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal, H. Narayanan and M. Mortensen
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 395—418, 2012
  41. Computational Hemodynamics
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal and A. Logg
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 439—454, 2012
  42. Dynamic Simulations of Convection in the Earth's Mantle
    L. Vynnytska, S. Clark and M. E. Rognes
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 587—602, 2012
  43. Instant: Just-in-Time Compilation of C/C++ in Python
    I. Wilbers, K.-A. Mardal and M. S. Alnæs
    in Automated Solution of Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method, Edited by A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal and G. N. Wells, Springer, pp. 253—268, 2012
  44. Escaping the Zombie Threat by Mathematics
    H. P. Langtangen, K.-A. Mardal and P. Røtnes
    in Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education, University of Chicago Press, 2013
  45. Calcium Signaling in Cardiomyocyte Models With Realistic Geometries (6th Edition)
    A. P. Michailova, A. Edwards, J. E. Hake, M. Hoshijima and A. D. McCulloch
    in Cardiac Electrophysiology: From Cell to Bedside, Edited by D. Zipes and J. Jalife, Elsevier Science, pp. 33.1—33.10, 2013
  46. Patient–Specific Parameter Estimation for a Transversely Isotropic Active Strain Model of Left Ventricular Mechanics
    S. U. Gjerald, J. E. Hake, S. Pezzuto, J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer International Publishing, pp. 93–104, 2014
  47. Parallel Computing
    X. Cai
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 1129—1132, 2015
  48. On the Assumption of Laminar Flow in Physiological Flows: Cerebral Aneurysms As an Illustrative Example
    Ø. Evju and K.-A. Mardal
    in Modeling the Heart and the Circulatory System, Edited by A. Quarteroni, Springer International Publishing, pp. 177—195, 2015
  49. Calcium Dynamics
    J. Koivumäki
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer, pp. 169—170, 2015
  50. Scientific Computing
    H. P. Langtangen, U. Rüde and A. Tveito
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer-Verlag, pp. 1302—1310, 2015
  51. Granger Causality for Ill-Posed Problems: Ideas, Methods, and Application in Life Sciences
    V. Naumova, K. Hlavackova-Schindler and S. V. Pereverzyev
    in Statistics and Causality: Methods for Applied Empirical Research, Edited by W. Wiedermann and A. von Eye, John Wiley & Sons Limited Wiley, pp. 1—41, 2015
  52. Bidomain Model: Computation
    J. Sundnes
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 125—128, 2015
  53. Electro-Mechanical Coupling in Cardiac Tissue
    J. Sundnes
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015
  54. Computational Partial Differential Equations
    A. Tveito, H. P. Langtangen and R. Winther
    in Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics, Edited by B. Engquist, Springer-Verlag, pp. 271—278, 2015
  55. Cerebrospinal fluid flow in adults.
    W. Bradley, V. Haughton and K.-A. Mardal
    in Handbook of clinical neurology, Edited by J. C. Masdeu and G. Gonzalez, Elsevier, pp. 591—603, 2016
  56. Calcium Signaling in Cardiomyocyte Models With Realistic Geometries (7th Edition)
    A. Edwards, J. E. Hake, A. P. Michailova, M. Hoshijima and A. D. McCulloch
    in Cardiac Electrophysiology: From Cell to Bedside, Edited by D. Zipes and J. Jalife, Elsevier Science, 2016
  57. Meta-Learning Based Blood Glucose Predictor for Diabetic Smartphone App
    V. Naumova, L. Nita, J. Poulsen and S. V. Pereverzyev
    in Prediction Methods for Blood Glucose Concentration. Lecture Notes in Bioengineering., Springer International Publishing, pp. 93—105, 2016
  58. Astrocytic Ion Dynamics: Implications for Potassium Buffering and Liquid Flow
    G. Halnes, K. H. Pettersen, L. Øyehaug, M. E. Rognes, E. A. Nagelhus and G. T. Einevoll
    in Computational Geoscience, Springer, 2017
  59. Multi-penalty regularization for detecting relevant variables
    K. Hlavackova-Schindler, V. Naumova and S. V. Pereverzyev
    in Recent Applications of Harmonic Analysis to Function Spaces, Differential Equations, and Data Science, Edited by I. Pesenson, Springer International Publishing, 2017

Refereed Proceedings

  1. Lattice Boltzmann Method and Turbidity Flow Modeling
    O. Al-Khayat, A. M. Bruaset and H. P. Langtangen
    in MekIT'07 : Fourth National Conference in Computational Mechanics, 2007
  2. Application of Symbolic Finite Element Tools to Nonlinear Hyperelasticity
    M. S. Alnæs, K.-A. Mardal and J. Sundnes
    in Fourth national conference on Computational Mechanics (MekIT'07), 2007
  3. Locally Divergence-Preserving Schemes of Higher Order
    R. Artebrant
    in PAMM, Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 2007
  4. Benchmark of a Tsunami Run-Up Code
    R. E. Bredesen, H. P. Langtangen and G. Pedersen
    in MekIT'07. Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  5. Making Hybrid Tsunami Simulators in a Parallel Software Framework
    X. Cai and H. P. Langtangen
    in International Workshop on Applied Parallel Computing (PARA'06), 2007
  6. Parallelisation and Numerical Performance of a 3D Model for Coupled Deformation, Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Sedimentary Basins
    J. B. Haga, A. M. Bruaset, X. Cai, H. P. Langtangen, H. Osnes and J. Skogseid
    in MekIT'07. Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  7. A First-Approach Towards Patient-Specific 2D FSI-Simulation of Mitral Valve Dynamics During Diastolic Filling
    L. R. Hellevik, S. K. Dahl and B. H. Skallerud
    in MekIT-07, Fourth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  8. A Case Study in High-Performance Mixed-Language Programming
    H. P. Langtangen
    in Applied Parallel Computing - State of the Art in Scientific Computing (PARA'06), 2007
  9. Efficient Representation of Computational Meshes
    A. Logg
    in MekIT'07. Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  10. Earth Modelling Using Distance Fields Derived by Fast Marching
    S. A. Petersen, Ø. Hjelle and S. L. Jensen
    in EAGE 69th Conference & Exhibition, London, 2007
  11. Bioinformatics' Challenges to Computer Science
    M. Cannataro, M. Romberg, R. W. d. Santos and J. Sundnes
    in Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Computational Science, Part III, 2008
  12. A 2D Patient-Specific FSI Assessment of Mitral Valve Dynamics During Diastolic Filling
    S. K. Dahl, L. R. Hellevik and B. H. Skallerud
    in 8th world Congress on Computational Mechanics/5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied sciences and Engineering, Venice, Italy, 2008
  13. Lagrangian Particle Dispersion in Turbulent Flow Over a Wall Mounted Obstacle
    D. G. E. Grigoriadis and S. C. Kassinos
    in 7th international ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modeling and Measurements, 2008
  14. Efficient Simulations of Wall Bounded Magnetohydrodynamics Flows
    D. G. E. Grigoriadis and S. C. Kassinos
    in 6th GRACN International Congress on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  15. On the Efficiency of Python for High-Performance Computing: a Case Study Involving Stencil Updates for Partial Differential Equations
    H. P. Langtangen and X. Cai
    in Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Complex Processes, 2008
  16. Modelling Adverse Pressure-Gradient Boundary Layers Using the Nonlinear V2f Model in Combinationwith a Structure Based Model
    M. Mortensen, B. A. P. Reif and C. A. Langer
    in 7th international ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modeling and Measurements, 2008
  17. Effect of Embedded Defects in Pipelines Subjected to Plastic Strains During Operation
    E. Olsø, E. Berg, K. H. Holthe, B. Nyhus, B. H. Skallerud, C. Thaulow and E. Østby
    in Proceedings of the Eighteenth (2008) International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, 2008
  18. Earth Recursion, an Important Component in Sharead Earth Model Builders
    S. A. Petersen and Ø. Hjelle
    in Proceedings from the 70th EAGE Conference & Exhibition, 2008
  19. Modeling Particle Deposition in the Human Lungs
    H. Radhakrishnan and S. C. Kassinos
    in 6th GRACM International Congress on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  20. Using LES to Model Turbulent Particle Transport in Lungs
    H. Radhakrishnan and S. C. Kassinos
    in 7th international ERCOFTAC Symposium on Engineering Turbulence Modeling and Measurements, 2008
  21. Multiscale Modeling of the Acoustic Properties of Lung Parenchyma
    M. Siklosi, O. Jensen, R. Tew and A. Logg
    in Modelling of the Respiratory System Biomechanical, Computational and Mathematical Aspects, 2008
  22. Space-Time Correlations From a 143 Hot-Wire Rake in High Reynold Number Turbulent Boundary Layer
    M. Tutkun, W. K. George, J. Delville, J. M. Foucaut, S. Coudert and M. Stanislas
    in AIAA Theoretical Fluid Mechanics Conference, 2008
  23. Turbulent Effects of Liquid Metal Flow Under Strong Fringing Magnetic Fields
    X. Albets-Chico, D. G. E. Grigoriadis, S. C. Kassinos and B. Knaepen
    in 6th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, 2009
  24. Development of a National Workshop to Teach Norwegian Ph.D. Students in Engineering and Science How to Communicate Research
    M. Alley, A. M. Bruaset, M. D. Marshall, M. M. Sundet and S. Zappe
    in 2009 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2009
  25. Tracking Pathogenic Biological Agents in Air - a Case Study of the Outbreak of Legionellosis in Norway
    J. M. Blatny, E. M. Fykse, B. A. P. Reif, Ø. Andreassen, J. S. Olsen and V. Waagen
    in 7th Symposium on chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological threats, 2009
  26. Teaching PhD Students Effective Communication of Scientific Research
    A. M. Bruaset, M. M. Sundet, M. Alley, M. D. Marshall and S. E. Zappe
    in ICERI2009 Proceedings CD, 2009
  27. A Flexible Stochastic Approach to Constraining Uncertainty in Forward Stratigraphic Models
    S. Clark, A. M. Bruaset, T. O. Sømme and T. M. Løseth
    in 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 2009
  28. Implicit Interaction of Two Rigid Mitral Leaflets in a Partitioned Fluid-Structure Approach
    S. K. Dahl, J. Vierendeels, J. Degroote, S. Annerel, B. H. Skallerud and L. R. Hellevik
    in MekIT'09. Fifth  national  conference  on  Computational  Mechanics, 2009
  29. Numerical Simulation of Low-Velocity Impact Loading of Polymeric Materials
    H. Daiyan, F. Grytten, E. Andreassen, O. V. Lyngstad, H. Osnes, R. Gaarder and E. Hinrichsen
    in The 7th European LS-DYNA Conference, 2009
  30. Consequence Management Challenges After Indoor Dispersion of a Toxic Chemical
    M. Endregård, B. A. P. Reif, T. Vik and O. Busmundrud
    in 7th Symposium on chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological threats, 2009
  31. Predicting Particle Deposition in the Human Airways With RANS
    H. E. Fossum and B. A. P. Reif
    in MekIT´09. Fifth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  32. Extension of the Immersed Boundary Method for Liquid-Metal Magnetohydrodynamics
    D. G. E. Grigoriadis and S. C. Kassinos
    in Immersed Boundary Methods: Current status and Future Research Directions, 2009
  33. On the Performance of an Algebraic Multigrid Preconditioner for the Pressure Equation With Highly Discontinuous Media
    J. B. Haga, H. P. Langtangen, B. F. Nielsen and H. Osnes
    in MekIT'09.  Fifth  national  conference  on  Computational  Mechanics, 2009
  34. How Do Scientists Develop and Use Scientific Software?
    J. E. Hannay, H. P. Langtangen, C. MacLeod, D. Pfahl, J. Singer and G. Wilson
    in Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering, 2009
  35. On Material Modelling of Umbilical Vein
    P. R. Leinan, L. R. Hellevik, V. E. Prot, T. Kiserud and B. H. Skallerud
    in Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics (MekIT´09), 2009
  36. Evolution of Intracellular Ca2+ Waves From About 10,000 RyR Clusters: Towards Solving a Computationally Daunting Task
    P. Li, W. Wei, X. Cai, C. Soeller, M. Cannell and A. V. Holden
    in The Fifth International Conference on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart, 2009
  37. Effect of Tonsilar Position on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Spinal Subarachnoid Space Studied With Computational Fluid Dynamics
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    in ASNR - 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology, 2009
  38. Mathematical Based Imaging of Regional Ischemia
    O. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen, P. Grøttum, K. Haugaa, J. G. Fjeld and A. Abildgaard
    in World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, 2009
  39. Uncertainty Analysis of the Mechanics of the Heart
    H. Osnes, S. Clark and J. Sundnes
    in Proceedings of the Twenty Second Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  40. Subject Specific Finite Element Analysis of Callus Distraction - a Preliminary Study
    S. H. Pettersen, A. Aamodt, O. A. Foss and B. H. Skallerud
    in Fifth national conference on Computational Mechanics (MekIT´09), 2009
  41. CFD Modeling of Turbulent Flow and Particle Deposition in Human Lungs
    H. Radhakrishnan and S. C. Kassinos
    in Conference Proceedings of the International Conference of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (2009), 2009
  42. Using LES to Model Turbulent Particle Transport in Human Lungs
    H. Radhakrishnan and S. C. Kassinos
    in The 6th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena (TSFP6), 2009
  43. A Two Dimensional Model of Coupled Electromechanics in Cardiac Tissue
    B. M. Rocha, B. L. de Oliveira, R. W. d. Santos, E. T. Magalhães, L. P. d. S. Barra and J. Sundnes
    in Proceedings of the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, 2009
  44. Simulating Heart Valve Dynamics in FEniCS
    K. Selim and A. Logg
    in MekIT´09. Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  45. Proper Orthogonal Decomposition of Velocity and Scalar Fields in Shear Generated Turbulence
    M. Tutkun, B. A. P. Reif, P. B. V. Johansson and J. Werne
    in MekIT´09. Fifth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  46. Implementing a K-E Turbulence Model in the FEniCS Finite Element Programming Environment
    K. Valen-Sendstad, M. Mortensen, H. P. Langtangen, B. A. P. Reif and K.-A. Mardal
    in MekIT'09.  Fifth  national  conference  on  Computational  Mechanics, 2009
  47. Numerical Modeling of Aerosol Dispersion Inside a Rotating Aerosol Chamber
    M. Vartdal and B. A. P. Reif
    in MekIT´09. Fifth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  48. Large Eddy Simulations of the Evaporation From a Liquid Pool Beneath a Turbulent Air Flow
    T. Vik and B. A. P. Reif
    in MekIT´09. Fifth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  49. CFD Simulations of the Evaporation From a Liquid Pool in a Turbulent Flow
    T. Vik, B. A. P. Reif and M. Endregård
    in 7th Symposium on chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological threats, 2009
  50. Using Cython to Speed Up Numerical Python Programs
    I. Wilbers, H. P. Langtangen and Å. Ødegård
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  129. Towards Detailed Tissue-Scale 3D Simulations of Electrical Activity and Calcium Handling in the Human Cardiac Ventricle
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  131. Fast Sweeping vs. Fast Marching for Eikonal Methods of Electrophysiology - A Potential for Significantly More Efficient Computation?
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    J. Sturdy, V. G. Eck, J. Feinberg, H. P. Langtangen and L. R. Hellevik
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    J. Sturdy, V. G. Eck and L. R. Hellevik
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  139. A Validation of Coupling Carotid and Aortic Baroreflex Models to a 1D Blood Flow Model of the Systemic Arterial Tree
    J. Sturdy, V. G. Eck and L. R. Hellevik
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    K. Valen-Sendstad
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  141. Flow Instabilities in Volume-Matched Sidewall ICA Aneurysms: A Possible Association with Rupture Status?
    K. Valen-Sendstad, A. Lauric, D. A. Steinman and A. M. Malek
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  142. On the assumption of laminar flow in the cerebrovasculature: Implications for CFD insights into aneurysm initiation and rupture?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
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  143. Are computer simulations misleading us about the nature of blood flow in the brain?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
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  144. The Oasis Navier-Stokes Solver: Theory, Accuracy, Applications, and High-Performance Computing Capabilities.
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  145. The FDA Nozzle Benchmark: In Theory There Is No Difference Between Theory and Practice, but in Practice There Is.
    A. Bergersen, M. Mortensen and K. Valen-Sendstad
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  146. An Objective Framework for Digital Removal of Bifurcation Aneurysms - Incremental Improvements?
    A. Bergersen, C. Chnafa, D. Gallo, M. Piccinelli and K. Valen-Sendstad
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  147. Inconsistency Is the Only Thing in Which Men Are Consistent: Can Subtle Flow Rate Assumptions Have Large Implications?
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  148. Can Manipulation of Arterial Morphology Shed Light on the Mechanobiological Stimuli Behind Aneurysm Initiation?
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  149. A Benchmark Standard Model of a Generic Medical Device; All Models Are Wrong, but Some Are Useful.
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  150. New Insights in Ventriculo-Arterial Coupling and Ventricular Shape in Repaired Tetralogy of Fallot: A Retrospective Cohort Study
    G. Biglino, N. Arya, K. S. Mcleod and S. Schievano
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  151. Looks Do Matter! Aortic Arch Shape Following Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Palliation Correlates with Cavopulmonary Physiology and Outcomes
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  152. CMR-based 3D Statistical Shape Modelling Reveals Left Ventricular Morphological Differences Between Healthy Controls and Arterial Switch Operation Survivors
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  153. Impact of Outflow Boundary Conditions on Flow Rates in Cerebrovascular CFD Models.
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  154. A Simple and Rational Approach to Outflow Conditions in Cerebrovascular CFD Models.
    C. Chnafa, K. Valen-Sendstad, O. Brina, V. Pereira and D. A. Steinman
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    K. S. Mcleod, K. R. Suther, H. Brun, B. Smevik, A. E. Fiane, H. L. Lindberg and E. Hopp
    in American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, 2016
  166. Computational models of doxorubicin mitochondria cardiotoxicity
    B. L. de Oliveira
    in Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 2016
  167. Comparison of tetrahedral and hexahedral meshes for finite element simulation of cardiac electro-mechanics
    B. L. de Oliveira
    in VII European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, 2016
  168. Matlab2cpp: A Matlab-to-C++ code translator
    G. Y. Paulsen, J. Feinberg, X. Cai and B. Nordmoen
    in IEEE 2016 11th System of Systems Engineering Conference (SoSE), 2016
  169. A multiple kernel learning framework to investigate the relationship between ventricular fibrillation and first myocardial infarction
    M. Marciniak, H. Arevalo, J. Tfelt-Hansen, K. A. Ahtarovski, T. Jespersen, R. Jabbari, C. Glinge, N. Vejlstrup, T. Engstrom, M. Maleckar and K. S. Mcleod
    in Functional Imaging and Modelling of the Heart, 2017
  170. Improving Understanding of Long-Term Cardiac Functional Remodelling via Cross-Sectional Analysis of Polyaffine Motion Parameters
    K. S. Mcleod, M. Sermesant and X. Pennec
    in Functional Imaging and Modelling of the Heart, 2017
  171. Dictionary Learning from Incomplete Data for Efficient Image Restoration
    V. Naumova and K. Schnass
    in EUSIPCO, 2017

Conference Proceedings

  1. Automated Solution of Differential Equations
    A. Logg
    in ICIAM 2007: 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2007
  2. An Overview of the FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    in 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  3. CFD Analysis of Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Cranio-Cervical Region
    A. E. Løvgren, S. Linge, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    in 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  4. Patient-Specific Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulations in the Circle of Willis
    O. C. Myklebust, S. Hentschel and K.-A. Mardal
    in 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  5. Collaborative Computational Frameworks and the Growth Problem
    H. Narayanan, K. Garikipati and A. Logg
    in The mathematics of growth and remodelling of soft biological tissues, 2008
  6. Automated Computational Modelling for Solid Mechanics
    K. B. Oelgaard, G. N. Wells and A. Logg
    in IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical, Modelling and Computational Aspects of Inelastic Media, 2008
  7. On the Biomechanical Analysis of Bruises
    B. H. Skallerud, A. Winnem, L. L. Randeberg and L. Svaasand
    in 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  8. Two-Point Cross-Spectral and POD Analysis of High Reynold Number Zero Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layer
    M. Tutkun, W. K. George, J. M. Foucaut, S. Coudert, M. Stanislas and J. Delville
    in Bulletin of American Physical Society, 61th Annual meeting of the APS Division of fluid dynamics, 2008
  9. Measuring Spectra With Burst-Mode LDA
    C. Velte, W. K. George, M. Tutkun and B. Frohnapfel
    in Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 61th Annual meeting of the APS Division of fluid dynamics, 2008
  10. GPU Accelerated Solvers for ODEs Describing Cardiac Membrane Equations
    F. V. Lionetti, A. D. McCulloch and S. Baden
    in Proceeding of the GPU technology Conference, 2009
  11. GPU Accelerated Electrophysiology Simulations
    F. V. Lionetti, A. D. McCulloch and S. Baden
    in Proceedings of the 2009 ACM/IEEE Conference on supercomputing (SC 2009), 2009
  12. Alternative Elasticity Modeling Approaches for Mitral Valve Analysis: Consequences for Stress and Deformation Prediction
    B. H. Skallerud and V. E. Prot
    in Proceeding of the 22nd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  13. Tissue Fiber Families in the Mitral Valve - Constitutive Modelling Numerical Analysis and Potential Clinical Application
    B. H. Skallerud
    in Proceeding of the 22nd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  14. CSF Flow in Chiari I and Syringomyelia - From the Perspective of Fluid Dynamics
    K.-H. Støverud, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    in Proceedings of the XIX Symposium Neuroradiologicum, Bologna, Italy, 2010
  15. Flexible Software Tools for Computational Turbulence
    M. Mortensen and H. P. Langtangen
    in Proceedings of the 25th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics (NSCM-25), 2012
  16. Least Squares Fitting of a Cardiac Hyperelasticity Model Using an Automatically Derived Adjoint Equation
    G. Balaban, J. Sundnes, M. S. Alnæs and M. E. Rognes
    in Proceedings of NSCM-27: the 27th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2014
  17. A Hierarchy of Approaches for the Optimal Design of Tidal Turbine Arrays
    D. M. Culley, S. W. Funke, S. C. Kramer and M. D. Piggott
    in ICOE 2014 (5th International Conference on Ocean Energy), 2014
  18. Stochastic arterial flow simulations
    V. G. Eck, J. Feinberg, H. P. Langtangen and L. R. Hellevik
    in Proceedings of the 27th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2014
  19. Effects of parametric uncertainty in blood flow simulations
    V. G. Eck, J. Feinberg, H. P. Langtangen and L. R. Hellevik
    in Virtual Physiological Human Conference 2014, Trondheim, 2014
  20. A Markov-State Model for the Regulation of the Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Ca2+ ATPase by Phospholamban
    P. M. Kekenes-Huskey, A. Edwards, J. E. Hake, A. P. Michailova, A. J. McCammon and A. D. McCulloch
    in Annual meeting in Biophysical society, 2014
  21. A Computational Method for Determining Left Ventricular Diastolic Fiber Strain Relative to a Zero Pressure Geometry
    G. Balaban and S. Wall
    in USART Workshop, 2015
  22. Personalization of a Cardiac Compuational Model using Clinical Measurements
    H. Finsberg, G. Balaban, J. Sundnes, M. E. Rognes and S. Wall
    in 28th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2015
  23. Optimization of a Spatially Varying Cardiac Contraction parameter using the Adjoint Method
    H. Finsberg, G. Balaban, M. E. Rognes, J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    in FEniCS'16, 2016
  24. Shape Optimization with Multiple Meshes
    J. S. Dokken, S. W. Funke, A. Johansson and S. Schmidt
    in FEniCS Conference 2017, 2017

Technical Reports

  1. PhD: Simulation of Deformation and Heat Flow in Sedimentary Basins
    J. B. Haga, H. Osnes, H. P. Langtangen and A. M. Bruaset
    Simula, 2007
  2. Mohr-Coulomb Stress in the Code for Deformation and Heat Flow in Sedimentary Basins
    H. Osnes
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2007
  3. Extrapolation From a Very Low Number of Computer Experiments
    R. Lorentzen, Ø. Hjelle, H. P. Langtangen and A. M. Bruaset
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2010
  4. Finding the Set of Measurements Necessary to Reveal the State of a Static System
    R. Lorentzen
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2011
  5. A Uniform Inf-Sup Condition With Applications to Preconditioning
    K.-A. Mardal, J. Schoberl and R. Winther
    Simula, 2012
  6. Parallel Solvers for Static Hamilton-Jacobi Equations in Three Dimensions
    T. Gillberg, A. M. Bruaset, M. Sourouri and Ø. Hjelle
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2013
  7. A Multilevel Solver for Gaussian Constrained CMB Realizations
    D. S. Seljebotn, K.-A. Mardal, J. Jewell, H. K. Eriksen and P. Bull
    2013
  8. Is PGAS ready for the challenge of energy efficiency? A study with the NAS benchmark.
    J. Lagravière, P. H. Ha and X. Cai
    UiT, 2015

Manuals

  1. UFC Specification and User Manual 1.0
    M. S. Alnæs, A. Logg, K.-A. Mardal, O. Skavhaug and H. P. Langtangen
    2007
  2. DOLFIN User Manual
    A. Logg and G. N. Wells
    2007
  3. FFC User Manual
    A. Logg
    2007
  4. UFL Specification and User Manual
    M. S. Alnæs and A. Logg
    2009
  5. Combining FEniCS With Your Favorite Software in C, C++, Fortran, Or MATLAB
    K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    2013

Theses

  1. Modelling and Numerical Analysis of the Porcine and Human Mitral Apparatus
    V. E. Prot
    Ph.D. Thesis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2008
  2. Structure of Zero Pressure Gradient High Reynolds Number Turbulent Boundary Layersn
    M. Tutkun
    Ph.D. Thesis, Chalmers University of Technology, 2008
  3. A Compiler Framework for Automatic Linearization and Efficient Discretization of Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
    M. S. Alnæs
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2009
  4. Calcium Dynamics in Signaling Micro Domains of Cardiac Myocytes - a Modelling Study
    J. E. Hake
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2009
  5. Subject Specific Finite Element Analysis of Bone for Evaluation of the Healing of a Leg Lengthening and Evaluation of Femoral Stem Design
    S. H. Pettersen
    Ph.D. Thesis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2009
  6. Mixed Finite Element Methods With Applications to Viscoelasticity and Gels
    M. E. Rognes
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2009
  7. Contributions to Simplifying Bidomain Simulations
    T. S. Ruud
    Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, 2009
  8. Mesoscale Modeling of Particle Flow
    O. Al-Khayat
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2010
  9. Numerical Methods for Basin-Scale Poroelastic Modelling
    J. B. Haga
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2011
  10. Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction and Incompressible Flow
    K. Selim
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2011
  11. Computational Cerebral Hemodynamics
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2011
  12. Numerical Simulations of Blood Flow in the Left Side of the Heart
    S. K. Dahl
    Ph.D. Thesis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2012
  13. Biomechanical Modeling of Fetal Veins. the Umbilical Vein and Ductus Venosus Bifurcation
    P. R. Leinan
    Ph.D. Thesis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2012
  14. Analysis and Implementation of Finite Element Methods on Overlapping and Fictitious Domains
    A. Massing
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2012
  15. Domain-Specific Translator and Optimizer for Massive On-Chip Parallelism
    D. Unat
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, San Diego, 2012
  16. Effective Use of Multicore-Based Parallel Computers for Scientific Computing
    W. Wei
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2012
  17. Fast and Accurate Front Propagation for Simulation of Geological Folds
    T. Gillberg
    Ph.D. Thesis, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo, 2013
  18. Computational models of Cardiac Electromechanics
    B. L. de Oliveira
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2014
  19. Relation Between the Chiari I Malformation and Syringomyelia From a Mechanical Perspective
    K.-H. Støverud
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2014
  20. PDE-constrained optimization: Preconditioners and diffuse domain methods
    O. L. Elvetun
    Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology Faculty of Environmental Science and Technology Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2015
  21. Some Improvements and Applications of Non-intrusive Polynomial Chaos Expansions
    J. Feinberg
    Ph.D. Thesis, UiO, 2015
  22. Scalable Heterogeneous Supercomputing: Programming Methodologies and Automated Code Generation
    M. Sourouri
    Ph.D. Thesis, UiO, 2015
  23. Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity Analysis for Cardiovascular Models
    V. G. Eck
    Ph.D. Thesis, 2016
  24. Transition to Turbulence in Physiological Flows: Direct Numerical Simulation of Hemodynamics in Intracranial Aneurysms and Cerebrospinal Fluid Hydrodynamics in the Spinal Canal
    K. Jain
    Ph.D. Thesis, UniPrint, University of Siegen, 2016
  25. Adjoint Data Assimilation Methods for Cardiac Mechanics
    G. Balaban
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2017
  26. Computational hemodynamics in cerebral aneurysms: Robustness of rupture risk indicators under different model assumptions
    Ø. Evju
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2017
  27. Computational tools for clinically driven models of cardiac electro-mechanics
    S. Kallhovd
    Ph.D. Thesis, University of Oslo, 2017
  28. Numerical characterization of high-frequency flow fluctuations in intracranial aneurysms
    O. M. Khan
    Ph.D. Thesis, 2017
  29. Preconditioners for Singular Problems and Coupled Problems with Domains of Different Dimensionality
    M. Kuchta
    Ph.D. Thesis, 2017
  30. New Theoretical and Numerical Methods for Wave-Motion Modeling and Optimization
    M. Noack
    Ph.D. Thesis, The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo, 2017
  31. Operator preconditioning for PDE-constrained optimisation and multiscale problems
    M. Nordaas
    Ph.D. Thesis, 2017

Talks

  1. Introduction to Particle Based Lattice Boltzmann Methods
    O. Al-Khayat
    Minisymposium Talk, 2007
  2. Lattice Boltzmann Method and Turbidity Flow Modeling
    O. Al-Khayat, A. M. Bruaset and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at MekIT'07: Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  3. Computing the Mechanics of the Heart
    M. S. Alnæs
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, 2007
  4. Application of Symbolic Finite Element Tools to Nonlinear Hyperelasticity
    M. S. Alnæs, K.-A. Mardal and J. Sundnes
    Talk at MekIT'07: Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2007
  5. Overcoming Obstacles With Graph Based Programming Models
    S. Baden
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, Simula, 2007
  6. A Data Centric View of Scientific Computing
    S. Baden
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, 2007
  7. A Sustainable Software Ecosystem
    S. Baden
    Talk at CBC Workshop on High-Performance and Parallel Computing, 2007
  8. Benchmark of a Tsunami Run-Up Code
    R. E. Bredesen, G. Pedersen and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at the MekIT'07: Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, Norway, 2007
  9. By Thinking Constantly About It - Scientific Computing in Simula
    A. M. Bruaset
    Invited talk at College of Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 2007
  10. On a Future Software Platform for Demanding Multi-Scale and Multi-Physics Problems
    X. Cai and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at SIAM CSE07 Conference, Costa Mesa, CA, Feb. 19-23, 2007
  11. Simulating Tsunami Propagation on Parallel Computers Using a Hybrid Software Framework
    X. Cai
    Guest lecture given at the University of Stuttgart, March 12, 2007
  12. On Building Parallel Algorithms and Software for Hydraulic Tomography
    X. Cai
    Talk at SIAM GS2007 Conference, March 19-22, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, 2007
  13. Building Hybrid Parallel PDE Software by Domain Decomposition and Object-Oriented Programming
    X. Cai
    Talk at the ICCM 2007 Conference, April 4-6, Hiroshima, Japan, 2007
  14. Bridging the Gap Between Computational Scientists and HPC
    X. Cai
    Article published in Meta, Number 3, 2007
  15. Making Parallel PDE Software by Object-Oriented Programming
    X. Cai
    Guest lecture given at Hohai University, China, May 17, 2007
  16. A First-Approach Towards Patient-Specific 2D FSI-Simulation of Mitral Valve Dynamics During Diastolic Filling
    S. K. Dahl
    Talk at CBC seminar on Biomechanics, Trondheim, November 15th, 2007
  17. Optimal Coupling in a Multiscale Model
    H. Enger, J. Feder, A. Malthe-Sørenssen and H. P. Langtangen
    Poster at the Kongsberg Seminar on geology, Kongsberg, Norway, 2007
  18. Parallelisation and Numerical Performance of a 3D Model for Coupled Deformation, Fluid Flow, and Heat Transport in Porous Geological Formations
    J. B. Haga, A. M. Bruaset, X. Cai, H. P. Langtangen, H. Osnes and J. Skogseid
    Talk at the Fourth National Conference on Computational Mechanics (MekIT'07), Trondheim, Norway, 2007
  19. Subcellular Calsium Handling
    J. E. Hake
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, 2007
  20. Stochastic Binding of Ca2+ Ions in the Dyadic Cleft Continuous Vs Random Walk Description of Diffusion
    J. E. Hake and G. T. Lines
    Presentation at ICIAM 07, 2007
  21. Stochastic Binding of Ca2+ Ions in the Dyadic Cleft Continuous Vs Random Walk Description of Diffusion
    J. E. Hake and G. T. Lines
    Poster presentation at 5th Annual CHFR Symposium, 2007
  22. Stable Numerical Methods for Cell Models Used in Simulations of Ventricular Defibrillation
    M. Hanslien
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, 2007
  23. A Pseudospectral Fourier Method Applied to an Incompressible Two-Fluid Model
    H. Holmås, D. Clamond and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at the International Conference on Multiphase Flow, ICMF 2007, Leipzig, Germany, 2007
  24. Computational Modeling of Huge Tsunamis From Asteroid Impacts
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited keynote lecture at the International conference on Computational Science 2007 (ICCS'07), Beijing, China, 2007
  25. Multiscale Modeling of Turbulent Flow
    M. G. Larson
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, 2007
  26. Adaptivity and Error Estimation for Multiphysics Problems
    M. G. Larson
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, 2007
  27. Simulations and Experiments With the BSCC Mechanical Heart Valve Prosthesis
    P. R. Leinan
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomechanics, Trondheim, 2007
  28. Cardiac Computing at Simula
    G. T. Lines
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, 2007
  29. Overview of the Cardiac Computations Project
    G. T. Lines
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, 2007
  30. Requirements on PDE Solver Componentsfor Multiphysics Simulation
    M. Ljungberg
    Talk at Works on Software issues in Computational Science and Engineering, 2007
  31. Efficient Representation of Computational Meshes
    A. Logg
    Talk at MekIT'07, Trondheim, 2007-05-23, 2007
  32. Software Components for Solving PDEs
    A. Logg and O. Skavhaug
    Talk at Modelling and Computation of Biomedical Processess Workshop, Simula Oslo, 2007-06-12, 2007
  33. Finite Element Code Generation: Simplicity, Generality, Efficiency
    A. Logg
    Talk at Software Issues in Computational Science and Engineering (SCSE 2007), Uppsala, 2007-08-11, 2007
  34. Activities at Simula: FEniCS and the Center for Biomedical Computing
    A. Logg
    Computational and Applied Mathematics Seminar, Chalmers Göteborg, 2007-09-26, 2007
  35. Automated Solution of Differential Equations
    A. Logg
    Talk at 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2007), Zürich, 2007-07-18, 2007
  36. PDE Methods for Identifying Ischemic Heart Disease
    O. M. Lysaker and B. F. Nielsen
    Presented at the 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2007
  37. Reduced Basis Modeling of Complex Flow Systems
    A. E. Løvgren, E. M. Rønquist and Y. Maday
    Invited talk at the Modelling and Scientific Computing group at EPFL, Switzerland, November, 2007. Also presented at the workshop on Modelling and Computation of Biomedical Processes at CBC, Simula, June 7-14, 2007
  38. Simulation of Atrial Arrhytmias
    M. C. MacLachlan
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, Simula, 2007
  39. Computation of Hemodynamics in the Circle of Willis
    K.-A. Mardal
    Talk at Workshop: Modelling and Computation of Biomedical Processes - June 7-14, 2007, 2007
  40. Finite Elements With Symbolic Computations and Code Generation
    K.-A. Mardal
    Talk at Software Issues in Computational Science and Engineering (SCSE 2007), Uppsala, 2007-08-11, 2007
  41. Multi-Scale Modeling of Cardiac Electromechanical Interactions
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, Simula, 2007
  42. The Numerical Implications of Multi-Phasic Mechanics Assumptions Underlying Growth Models
    H. Narayanan, K. Garikipati, K. Grosh and E. M. Arruda
    Talk at the Ninth U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, San Fransisco, California, 2007
  43. Reshaping Tumour Growth
    H. Narayanan
    Talk at the 2007 University of Michigan Engineering Graduate Student Symposium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2007
  44. Inverse Solutions for Assesing Myocardial Ischemia
    B. F. Nielsen
    Talk at CBC, Seminar on Electrophysiology Modeling, Simula, 2007
  45. Can Inverse Problems Tell You the Condition of Your Heart?
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker and M. G. Larson
    Zurich Intelligencer; International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM), Springer-Verlag, 2007
  46. The G3 F2PY for Connection Python and FORTRAN 90 Programs
    P. Peterson
    Talk at Workshop on Software Issues in Computational Science and Engineering, Uppsala, Sweden, 2007
  47. Solid Finite Element Analysis of the Mitral Valve
    V. E. Prot
    Talk at CBC Seminar on Biomechanics, Trondheim, 2007
  48. Effects on Connective Tissue Pathologies on Mitral Valve Response
    V. E. Prot, B. H. Skallerud and G. A. Holzapfel
    Talk at the Conference on Modeling of heterogeneous materials with application in construction and biomedical engineering, Prague, 2007
  49. Mixed Finite Element Methods and Applications to Deformations of Elastic-Like Materials
    M. E. Rognes
    Centre of Mathematics for Applications, 2007
  50. The Free Energy, the Boundary Value Problem and Then What?
    M. E. Rognes
    Ferroelectric phenomena in liquid crystals, Kent State University, 2007
  51. Multiscale Modeling of the Acoustic Properties Og Lung Parenchyma
    M. Siklosi
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, Simula, 2007
  52. Modeling of the Mitral Valve in the Heart
    B. H. Skallerud
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, Simula, 2007
  53. Using Mathematical Models to Test Physiological Hypotheses
    J. Sundnes
    Invited talk at the annual meeting of the Scandinavian Physiological Society, 2007
  54. Computational Techniques for Heart Muscle Mechanics
    J. Sundnes
    Minisymposium talk at ICIAM 07, Zurich, 2007
  55. Software Components for Biomedical Flows
    J. Sundnes
    National seminar on medical technology, NFA (Norsk forening for automatisering), 2007
  56. A Finite Element Model of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Mechanics
    J. Sundnes, M. S. Alnæs and K.-A. Mardal
    VII International conference on computational plasticity, 2007
  57. Challenges With Distributing PyCC Environment
    Å. Ødegård
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Computing, Simula, 2007
  58. Particle-Based Methods in the Modelling of Turbidity Currents and Turbidites
    O. Al-Khayat, T. M. Løseth, A. M. Bruaset and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at the 33rd IGC Congress in Oslo, 2008
  59. Numerical Modeling of Turbidity Flow With the Lattice Boltzmann Method
    O. Al-Khayat, A. M. Bruaset and H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at the Computational Geoscience workshop, 2008
  60. A Coupled Lattice Boltzmann Model for a Turbulent Sand-Laden Fluid Flow
    O. Al-Khayat, H. P. Langtangen and A. M. Bruaset
    Talk at the DSFD conference in Brazil, 2008
  61. SFC - the SyFi Form Compiler
    M. S. Alnæs and K.-A. Mardal
    Talk at the FEniCS 08 Workshop, March 5-7,Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2008
  62. Surface and Embedded Crack in the Offshore Pipelines Subjected to Plastic Strains
    E. Berg, B. H. Skallerud and K. H. Holthe
    Talk at the 6th international Conference on Computation of Shell and Spatial Structures, 2008
  63. Parallel Computing; Why & How?
    X. Cai
    Lecture at the 2008 Winter School on Parallel Computing, Jan. 20-25, Geilo, Norway, 2008
  64. High-Performance Computing on Distributed-Memory Architecture
    X. Cai
    Lecture at the 2008 Winter School on Parallel Computing, Jan. 20-25, Geilo, Norway, 2008
  65. Simulation of Tsunami Propagation
    X. Cai
    Talk at the 2nd eScience Meeting, Jan. 21-22, Geilo, Norway, 2008
  66. Use of Advanced Computing in Tomographic Surveys
    X. Cai
    Talk at PARA 2008, May 13-16, Trondheim, Norway, 2008
  67. Resource-Efficient Simulation Of Tsunami Wave Propagation on Parallel Computers
    X. Cai
    Invited talk at 2nd Internationsal Symposium for Integrated Predictive Simulation System for Earthequake and Tsunami Disaster, October 21-22, Tokyo, Japan, 2008
  68. Lithospheric Modelling: Research Directions at Simula
    S. Clark
    Talk at the GeoMath08, workshop, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2008
  69. Geodynamics: the Physics and Mathematics of Terrestrial and Extra-Terrestrial Processes
    S. Clark
    Talk at the Center for Biomedical Computing Annual Meeting, 2008
  70. Simulating and Visualising the Earth As a Dynamic System
    S. Clark
    Talk given to Valler High School Teachers, 2008
  71. Handling Uncertainty in Numerical Models of Sedimentary Deposition: a Stochastic Approach
    S. Clark, A. M. Bruaset and T. M. Løseth
    Talk given at the 33rd International Geological Congress, 2008
  72. Slabs in the Mantle - Dynamic Topography and Mantle Rheology in the South-Western Pacific
    S. Clark, M. Gurnis and D. Müller
    Talk given at the 33rd International Geological Congress, 2008
  73. A 2D Patient-Specific FSI Assessment of Mitral Valve Dynamics During Diastolic Filling
    S. K. Dahl, L. R. Hellevik and B. H. Skallerud
    Presented at 8th.World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM8)/5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineeering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, 2008
  74. Parallel Computations and the Finite Element Method
    J. B. Haga
    Invited talk at Sintef Applied Mathematics group, 2008
  75. Modelling the Mesoscopic Length Scale of EC Coupling: the Diadic Cleft
    J. E. Hake and G. T. Lines
    Invited talk at 'European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology', 2008
  76. Imaging the Craniovertebral Juction
    V. Haughton
    Talk at the 35th Annual Course on Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain Rush-Presbyterian, Chicago, 2008
  77. The Chiari I Malformation From the Perspective of Hans Chiari
    V. Haughton
    Talk at the Chiari Conference, Northwest Research and Education Institute, 2008
  78. The Chiari I Malformation From the Perspective of Modern Imaging
    V. Haughton
    Talk at the Chiari Conference, Northwest Research and Education Institute, 2008
  79. Wave Propagation in the Human Fetal Ductus Venosus-Umbilical Vein Bifurcation
    L. R. Hellevik
    Talk at Reproductive Bioengineering, Wenns im Piztal, Austria, 2008
  80. Numerical Python
    H. P. Langtangen, O. Al-Khayat and A. M. Bruaset
    Four day course at the University of Erlangen, 2008
  81. Fluid Structure Interaction Modeling of Pulsations of the Fetal Umbilical Cord
    P. R. Leinan
    Talk at the 8th Workd Congress on Computational Mechanics, 2008
  82. Chiari Malformation - the Problem and a Mathematical Approach
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk, Vindern Medical Center, 8th of December, Oslo, Norway, 2008
  83. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in Normal and Chiari Subjects
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    talk, Seminar at CBC (Simula Research Laboratory), 16th of December, Oslo, Norway, 2008
  84. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Simulations - Normal Subjects and Patients With Chiari I Malformation
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    talk, Seminar at CBC (Simula Research Laboratory), 31st of October, Oslo, Norway), 2008
  85. Simulating the Cerebral Fluid Flow Associated With Chiari I Malformation in Idealized Geometries
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    talk, Seminar at CBC (Simula Research Laboratory), 25th of June, Oslo, Norway., 2008
  86. Simulating the Cerebral Fluid Flow Associated With Chiari I Malformation in Idealized Geometries
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    talk, Seminar at CBC (Simula Research Laboratory), 20th of May, Oslo, Norway., 2008
  87. A Symbolic Engine for Finite Element Exterior Calculus
    A. Logg
    Talk at the European Finite Element Fair 2008, Chalmers, Gøteborg, 30th of May, 2008
  88. FSI Development at CBC
    A. Logg
    Invited speaker at the Workshop on FSI for Biomedical Applications, Trondheim, 8th of September, 2008
  89. The FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Inviteted speaker at the Workshop on Data Structures for Finite Element and Finite Volume Computations, Freie Universität Berlin, 29th of February, 2008
  90. Just-in-Time Compilation of Finite Element Variational Forms
    A. Logg
    Talk at the Finite Element Circus and Rodeo, Louisiana State University, Baton Rogue, USA, 7th of March, 2008
  91. FEniCS Tutorial
    A. Logg
    Talk at CBC Seminar, Oslo, 6th of November, 2008
  92. A Symbolic Engine for Finite Element Exterior Calculus
    A. Logg
    Talk at the Workshop on Automating the Development of Scientific Computing Software (FEniCS'08), Lousiana State University, Baton Rogue, USA, 5th of March, 2008
  93. Computer Simulations for Identifying Ischemic Heart Disease; a Validation Study
    O. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen, P. Grøttum, A. Abildgaard, J. Fjeld and K. Haugaa
    Presented at the BBG-MedViz seminar at the Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, 2008
  94. Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Inverse Problem of Electrocardiography
    O. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen, P. Grøttum, A. Abildgaard, J. Fjeld and K. Haugaa
    Presented at the Fourth International Conference Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation, Turkey, 2008
  95. CFD Analysis of Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Cranio-Cervical Region
    A. E. Løvgren, S. Linge, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at the 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, October 16-17, 2008
  96. Coupling of Human Atrial Myocytes and Myofibroblasts Can Lead to Conduction Disturbances
    M. Maleckar, J. L. Greenstein, W. R. Giles and N. A. Trayanova
    HRS Scientific Sessions 2008, 2008
  97. Scientific Computing at Simula
    K.-A. Mardal, K. Valen-Sendstad, O. C. Myklebust and S. Hentschel
    Invited Talk at Workshop on Cerebral Aneurysms and Subarachnoidal Hemorrhage, Tromsø Jan 24-26, 2008
  98. Two Steps Towards Automating Efficient Solution of Inverse Problems
    K.-A. Mardal, B. F. Nielsen and M. S. Alnæs
    Invited Talk at the FEniCS 08 Workshop, March 5-7,Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2008
  99. Blood Flow Computations at Simula
    K.-A. Mardal, K. Valen-Sendstad, O. C. Myklebust and S. Hentschel
    Invited talk at Medical Physics, University of Wisconsin, March 11., 2008
  100. Hemodynamics in the Circle of Willis
    K.-A. Mardal
    Invited talk at Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics, Muenster, Germany, November 18, 2008
  101. Seminar: Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at the MURPA eSeminar, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 2008
  102. Towards Image-Based Patient-Specific Multi-Scale Modeling of the Failing Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Invited talk at the 2008 SIAM Life Sciences Conferences, Session MS35, Montreal, Canada, 2008
  103. Physiome Research in the USA
    A. D. McCulloch
    Invited talk at ICT-BIO, The European Commission, Brussels, 2008
  104. Mechanobiology of Normal and Failing Myocardium
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at the Physiology Department, Oxford University, 2008
  105. Emerging Role for Multi-Scale Modeling in the Biomechanical Device Industry
    A. D. McCulloch
    Keynote talk at the 3rd ASME Frontiers in Biomechanical Devices Conference, Irvine, California, USA, 2008
  106. Systems Biology and Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Seminar at the University of Washington, Department of Bioengineering, 2008
  107. Systems Biology and Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Plenary lecture at Pacific Biocomputing Symposium, Kona, Hawaii, 2008
  108. Systems Biology and Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at University of Illinois, Chicago, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, 2008
  109. Multi-Scale Modeling of Cardiac Mechanoenergetics
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at the Welcome Trust Physiome Workshop on Multi-scale Modeling of the heart, Auckland, New Zealand, 2008
  110. Multi-Scale Modeling of Cardiac Electromechanics
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at the Biomechanical Engineering Math Seminar, Worchester Polytechnic Institute, 2008
  111. Multi-Scale Modeling of Cardiac Electromechanics
    A. D. McCulloch
    Talk at the Symposium on Computational Physiology, Experimental Biology 2008, San Diego, 2008
  112. Multi-Scale Modeling and Systems Biology of Cardiac Regulatory Mechanisms
    A. D. McCulloch
    Invited talk at the MEI International Symposium Physiome and Systems Biology for Integrated Life Sciences and Predictive Medicine, San Fransisco, 2008
  113. Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart
    A. D. McCulloch
    Invited talk at the NCRR P41 Directors, National Library of Medicine, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 2008
  114. Multi-Scale Modeling of Ventricular Electromechanics
    A. D. McCulloch
    Invited talk at the Cardiovascular System Dynamics Society HVIII Conference, St. Louis, USA, 2008
  115. Mechanosensing and Mechanotransduction in the Myocardium
    A. D. McCulloch
    Seminar at the Cardiology Department, Academic Hospital Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2008
  116. Patient-Specific Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulations in the Circle of Willis
    O. C. Myklebust, S. Hentschel and K.-A. Mardal
    Invited talk at the 21st Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, October 16-17, 2008
  117. Toward a Goal-Oriented Error-Controlled Solver for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations
    H. Narayanan
    Talk at the 2008 Robust Flow Solver Workshop at Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway, 2008
  118. On the Use of Computer Simulations for Identifying Ischemic Heart Disease; Theoretical and Practical Aspects
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, A. Tveito, A. Abildgaard, J. G. Fjeld and K. Haugaa
    Presented at the workshop Mathematics in Medicine/Biology, Centre of Mathematics for Applications, Department of Mathematics, University of Oslo, 2008
  119. Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Inverse Problem of Electrocardiography
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, A. Tveito, A. Abildgaard, J. G. Fjeld and K. Haugaa
    Presented at Institut für Mathematik und Wissenschaftliches Rechnen, Karl Franzes Universität in Graz, Austria. Also presented at Institut für Numerische und Angewandte Mathematik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany, 2008
  120. The Inverse Problem of Identifying Ischemic Heart Disease
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, A. Tveito, A. Abildgaard, J. G. Fjeld and K. Haugaa
    Presented at the annual meeting of European Cardiac Simulation Group, Bologna, Italy, 2008
  121. Solid Versus Membrane Finite Elements in Analysis of the Mitral Valve: a Case Study
    V. E. Prot and B. H. Skallerud
    Talk at the 6th International Conference on Computation of Shell & Spatial Structures, 2008
  122. Mitral Valve Finite Element Analysis Using Human Uniaxial Tensile Data
    V. E. Prot
    Talk at Talk at 8th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Venice, 2008
  123. Turbulens - Det Siste Uløste Problemet I Klassisk Fysikk
    B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at Popular Mathematics (POPMAT), University of Oslo, 2008
  124. Compiling H(div) and H(curl) Variational Forms
    M. E. Rognes
    Automating the development of scientific computing software, Louisiana State University, 2008
  125. Mixed Finite Elements for Viscoelasticity
    M. E. Rognes
    Invited talk at the Computer Science department, University of Chicago, 2008
  126. Introduction to Finite Elements: Saddle Point Problems
    M. E. Rognes
    Ferroelectric phenomena in soft matter systems, American Institute of Mathematics, 2008
  127. Well-Based Calibration of Geological Models
    A. Schroll
    Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2008
  128. Automatic Calibration of Depositional Models: an Inverse Problems Approach
    A. Schroll
    Talk at 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, 2008
  129. On Computational Mathematical Modeling
    A. Schroll
    Colloquium, The University of Southern Danmark, 2008
  130. Stochastic Analysis of Turbulence: N-Scale and N-Point Correlations in Homogeneous an Inhomogeneous Turbulent Flows
    R. Stresing, M. Tutkun, S. Lück and J. Peinke
    Presented at the iTi Conference on Turbulence III, Bertinoro, Italy, 2008
  131. Computational Challenges in Mathematical Models of the Heart
    J. Sundnes
    Talk at Norwegian University of Life Sciences, January 30th, 2008
  132. The Role of Genome and Regulatory Network Architecture Canalization in the Evolution of Multi-Trait Polymorphism and Sympatric Speciation.
    K. t. Tusscher
    presentation at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis at the University of Oslo, Department of Biology, 2008
  133. Evolutionary Biology for Non-Biologists
    K. t. Tusscher
    talk at the yearly CBC seminar, 2008
  134. Genome and Gene Regulatory Network Canalization in the Evolution of Polymorhism and Sympatric Speciation.
    K. t. Tusscher
    presentationat Symposium Celebrating 30 years of Bioinformatics at Utrecht University, 2008
  135. Large Scale Structures of High Reynold Number Turbulent Boundary Layers
    M. Tutkun
    Invited talk at the Workshop on Wall Bounded Shear Flows: Transistion and Turbulence, Cambridge University, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Science, 2008
  136. Developing Flow Solver Methodology for Patientspecific Simulation of Hemodynamics
    K. Valen-Sendstad, A. Logg and K.-A. Mardal
    Talk at Workshop on Finite Element Methods for Fluids and Fluid-Structure Interaction, June 5, 2008
  137. The Unified Form Language
    M. S. Alnæs
    Presentation at the FEniCS'09 Workshop, 2009
  138. The Unified Form Language
    M. S. Alnæs
    Internal presentation at CBC, 2009
  139. Preconditioning in Inverse Problems
    M. Burger and B. F. Nielsen
    Minisymposium at the Applied Inverse Problems conference, Vienna, Austria, 2009
  140. Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulation of Mitral Valve Dynamics in a Subject-Specific Geometry During Diastolic Filling
    S. K. Dahl
    Invited talk at the MI-Lab seminar; Cardiac imaging and LV mechanics, Trondheim, Norway, November 10th, 2009
  141. Fluid Structure Interaction With an User Defined Subroutine
    S. K. Dahl
    Invited talk at Fluent Users Group at SINTEF / NTNU, June 3rd, 2009
  142. Implicit Interaction of Two Rigid Mitral Leaflets in a Partitioned Fluid-Structure Approach
    S. K. Dahl, J. Vierendeels, J. Degroote, S. Annerel, B. H. Skallerud and L. R. Hellevik
    Talk at MekIT'09, Trondheim, May 27th, 2009
  143. Predicting Particle Deposition in the Human Airways With RANS
    H. E. Fossum and B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at Mekit'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, 2009
  144. On the Perfermance of an Algebraic Multigrid Preconditioner for the Pressure Equationwith Highly Discontinuous Media
    J. B. Haga, H. P. Langtangen, B. F. Nielsen and H. Osnes
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  145. MRI Research and Techniques for CSF Flow
    V. Haughton
    ASAP's Chiari & Syringomyelia Conference: Quest for Understanding, 2009
  146. CSF Flow in the Chiari I Malformation Evaluated With PC MR and Computation Flow Design
    V. Haughton
    Nordic Society of Neuroradiology, 2009
  147. Imaging Evaluation of the Chiari I Malformation
    V. Haughton
    Meeting and symposium of the American Syringomyelia Alliance Project, 2009
  148. Experience With Merging Mathematics, Numerical Methods, Physics and Programming From Day 1
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at Telemark College, Engineering Faculty, Porsgrunn, Norway, 2009
  149. Techniques for Achieving High Performance in Numerical Python Codes
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at Telemark College, Engineering Faculty, Porsgrunn, Norway, 2009
  150. Experience With Python in a Major Educational Reform
    H. P. Langtangen
    Minisymposium talk at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Miami, USA, 2009
  151. Modeling and Simulation
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at a Tekna Labor Union seminar, 2009
  152. Python As an Important Tool in a Major Science Education Reform
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at Telemark College, Engineering Faculty, Porsgrunn, Norway, 2009
  153. Sex Differences in Intracranial Bifurcation Geometry and Blood Flow Velocity Result in Stronger Hemodynamic Forces Upon the Female Vessel Wall
    H. Lindekle and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Talk: Received award for best young presenter at the Nordic Society of Neuroradiology Meeting in 2009, 2009
  154. Antiarrhythmic Drug Identifaction
    G. T. Lines, A. Tveito and P. Li
    Presented at the Bidomain Workshop, Graz, Austria, 2009
  155. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Investigations With Modelling and Simulation
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    invited talk at The Chiari Institute, 14th of January, New York, U.S.A., 2009
  156. Simulating Normal and Abnormal CSF Flow With Idealized Geometries
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    talk, seminar on cerebrospinal fluid flow, 16th of January, University of Wisconsin, U.S.A., 2009
  157. Tonsilar Herniation - How Is the CSF Flow Influenced?
    S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    Invited talk at Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo, Norway, 5th of June, 2009
  158. GPU Accelerated Electrophysiology Simulations.
    F. V. Lionetti, A. D. McCulloch and S. Baden
    Talk, Poster at GPU Technology conference, San Jose, California, 2009
  159. GPU Accelerated Electrophysiology Simulations
    F. V. Lionetti, A. D. McCulloch and S. Baden
    Talk, poster at the 2009 ACM/IEEE Conference on Supercomputing (SC 2009), 2009
  160. FEniCS: Automated Computing
    A. Logg
    Workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, 2009-05-04, 2009
  161. Introduction to FEniCS'09
    A. Logg
    Talk at FEniCS'09, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, 2009-06-11, 2009
  162. Automatic Code Generation and the FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Talk at Opportunities and Challenges in Computational Geodynamics, Caltech, 2009-03-30, 2009
  163. Automated Finite Element Discretization
    A. Logg
    Talk at Workshop on Compatible and Innovative Discretizations for Partial Differential Equations, Oslo, 2009-06-18, 2009
  164. Parallel Data Structures and Algorithms in DOLFIN
    A. Logg
    Talk at HPC Workshop, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, 2009-06-16, 2009
  165. DOLFIN: Automated Finite Element Computing
    A. Logg
    Talk at ENUMATH'09, Uppsala, 2009-07-03, 2009
  166. Real-Time Flow Simulation
    A. E. Løvgren, Y. Maday, E. M. Rønquist and S. Deparis
    Invited talk at The Chiari Institute, New York, U.S.A., January 14th, 2009
  167. Real-Time Computation of CSF Flow
    A. E. Løvgren, Y. Maday, E. M. Rønquist and S. Deparis
    Invited talk at a seminar for cerebrospinal fluid flow, University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A., January 16th, 2009
  168. The Reduced Basis Element Method: Offline-Online Decomposition in the Nonconforming, Nonaffine Case
    A. E. Løvgren, Y. Maday and E. M. Rønquist
    Invited talk at the reduced basis mini-symposium at ICOSAHOM 09, Trondheim, Norway, June 22-26, 2009
  169. The Spectral Element Method Used to Assess the Quality of a Deformed Mesh
    A. E. Løvgren, Y. Maday and E. M. Rønquist
    contributed talk at ICOSAHOM 09, Trondheim, Norway, June 22-26, 2009
  170. Stabilized Reduced Basis Approximation of the Navier-Stokes Equations in Deformed Domains
    A. E. Løvgren and S. Deparis
    Contributed talk at the workshop on Model Reduction of Parametrized Systems, Münster, Germany, Sept. 16-18, 2009
  171. Electrotonic Coupling Between Human Atrial Myocytes and Fibroblasts Alters Excitability and Repolarization
    M. Maleckar
    GRC Conference 2009 - Cardiac Arrhythmia Mechanisms, 2009
  172. Cerebral Blood Flow
    K.-A. Mardal, S. Hentschel, A. Logg and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Invited talk at Telemark College, Engineering Faculty, Porsgrunn, Norway, 2009, 2009
  173. Patient-Specific Simulations of Stroke and Syringomyelia
    K.-A. Mardal, S. Hentschel, A. Helgeland, H. P. Langtangen, S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren, A. Logg and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Talk : Advisory commitee meeting FFI project P1112 Aerosols: Dispersion, Transport and Consequences, Nov 03, 2009
  174. CSF Flow Modelling
    K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton, S. Hentschel, H. P. Langtangen, S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Invited talk at CSR Flow Research Conference at University of Wisconsin, Nov 9, 2009
  175. Patient-Specific Hemodynamics in FEniCS
    K.-A. Mardal, S. Hentschel, A. Logg and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Invited talk at the minisymposium on Computational Vascular and Cardiovascular Mechanics at USNCCM 2009, 2009
  176. Patient-Specific Hemodynamics in FEniCS
    K.-A. Mardal, A. Logg, S. Hentschel, O. C. Myklebust and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Presentation at the FEniCS 09 Workshop, 2009
  177. Some Biomedical Applications at Simula
    K.-A. Mardal, A. Helgeland, S. Hentschel, H. P. Langtangen, A. Logg, S. Linge, A. E. Løvgren and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Talk at the CBC Workshop on Computational Biology with UMB, 2009
  178. Modelling, Mathematical Properties and Validation of the Inverse Ischemia Problem
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, A. Tveito, K. Haugaa, A. Abildgaard, J. G. Fjeld and M. Burger
    Presented at the Bidomain Workshop, Graz, Austria, 2009
  179. The Inverse Ischemia Problem; Mathematical Models and Validation
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker, P. Grøttum, K. Haugaa, J. G. Fjeld and A. Abildgaard
    Presented at the Applied Inverse Problems conference, Vienna, Austria, 2009
  180. An Operator Theoretical Approach to Preconditioning Optimality Systems
    B. F. Nielsen and K.-A. Mardal
    Presented at the Applied Inverse Problems conference, Vienna, Austria, 2009
  181. Recent Contributions to the Inverse Problem of Electrocardiography
    B. F. Nielsen
    Minisymposium at the Applied Inverse Problems conference, Vienna, Austria, 2009
  182. Python for Scientific Computing at SIAM CSE 2009
    F. Perez, H. P. Langtangen and R. LeVeque
    Article in the SIAM News magazine, 2009
  183. Subject Specific Finite Element Analysis of a Callus Distraction - a Preliminary Study
    S. H. Pettersen, A. Aamodt, O. A. Foss and B. H. Skallerud
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  184. Simulation and Visualization of the Early Early Visual System Using PyNEST and ConnPlotter
    H. E. Plesser, K. Austvoll and E. Nordlie
    Talk at the Kongsberg Vision Meeting, The Norwegian Association of Optometrists, 2009
  185. Automated Error Control. Current Status and Future Ambitions
    M. E. Rognes
    Simula seminar, 2009
  186. Efficient Assembly of H(div) and H(curl) Conforming Variational Forms
    M. E. Rognes
    ICOSAHOM, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2009
  187. Mixed Finite Element Methods for Linear Viscoelasticity
    M. E. Rognes
    Compatible and innovative discretizations for PDEs. Algorithms, analysis and implementation. Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, 2009
  188. Mathematical Modeling
    A. Schroll
    SDU Science Day, 2009
  189. Simulating the Heart Valve Dynamics in FEniCS
    K. Selim and A. Logg
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  190. Alternative Elasticity Modeling Approaches for Mitral Valve Analysis: Consequences for Stress and Deformation Prediction
    B. H. Skallerud and V. E. Prot
    Talk at the 22nd Nordic seminar on Computational Mechanics, Aalborg, Denmark, October 22-23 2009, 2009
  191. Tissue Fiber Families in the Mitral Valve - Constitutive Modelling Numerical Analysis and Potensial Clinical Application
    B. H. Skallerud
    Invited keynote talk at the 22nd Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, Aalborg, Denmark, October 22-23 2009, 2009
  192. Computer Modeling of Cardiac Electro-Mechanics - Models and Numerical Methods
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall and H. Osnes
    Talk at Cardiac Modeling seminar, Simula Research Laboratory, 2009
  193. Multiscale Models of Physiological Systems
    J. Sundnes
    Guest lecture at the course Bioinformatics for molecular biology, University of Oslo, 2009
  194. Simulation of Strongly Coupled Electro-Mechanics in an Infarcted Left Ventricle
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall and H. Osnes
    Invited talk at the workshop Bidomain 2009, University of Graz, 2009
  195. Computational Biology of Cardiac Arrhythmias and Evolutionary Processes
    K. t. Tusscher
    invited talk, May 2009, Dundee, 2009
  196. Genetic Architecture in Polymorphism and Sympatric Speciation
    K. t. Tusscher
    workshop talk, July 2009, Vienna, 2009
  197. Evolution of Complex, Differentiated Body Plans, Work in Progress
    K. t. Tusscher
    invited talk, April 2009, Groningen, 2009
  198. The Role of Genome and Gene Regulatory Network Canalization in the Evolution of Multi-Trait Polymorphisms and Sympatric Speciation
    K. t. Tusscher
    invited talk, September 2009, Groningen, 2009
  199. Proper Orthogonal Decomposition of Velocity and Scalar Fields in Shear Generated Turbulence
    M. Tutkun, B. A. P. Reif, P. B. V. Johansson and J. Werne
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  200. Optimizations of Common Scientific Kernels on GPU
    D. Unat and S. Baden
    Poster presented at the Early Adopters PhD Workshop: Building the Next Generation of Application Scientists, Supercomputing Conference 2009, Portland, OR, USA, 2009
  201. Simulation Methodology for Bioflows
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal and A. Logg
    Talk : Advisory commitee meeting FFI project P1112 Aerosols: Dispersion, Transport and Consequences, May 05, 2009
  202. Implementing a K-E Turbulence Model in the FEniCS Finite Element Programming Environment
    K. Valen-Sendstad, M. Mortensen, H. P. Langtangen, B. A. P. Reif and K.-A. Mardal
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  203. Numerical Modeling of Aerosol Dispersion Inside a Rotating Aerosol Chamber
    M. Vartdal and B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  204. Large Eddy Simulations of the Evaporation From a Liquid Pool Beneath a Turbulent Air Flow
    T. Vik and B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  205. Using Cython to Speed Up Numerical Python Programs
    I. Wilbers, H. P. Langtangen and Å. Ødegård
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  206. Unsteady RANS Modelling of Pollutant Dispersion in an Idealized Urban Area
    E. M. M. Wingstedt and B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at MekIT'09: Fifth National Conference on Computational Mechanics, Trondheim, May 26-27, 2009
  207. A Lumped Particle Modeling Framework for the Transport of Particles
    O. Al-Khayat
    Talk at CBC workshop on Tsunami Modelling, 2010
  208. A Multiscale Lumped Particle Modeling Framework for the Simulation of Turbidity Currents
    O. Al-Khayat
    Poster at the 7th EGU General Assembly, vol 12, Vienna, 2010
  209. Technological Disruption: Opportunities for Change
    S. Baden
    International FEniCS'10 workshop, KTH, Stockholm, 2010
  210. GPUs: Supercomputers for All, Opportunities and Folklore
    S. Baden
    Talk at PDC/CSC, KTH, Stockholm, 2010
  211. GPUs: Supercomputers for All, Opportunities and Folklore
    S. Baden
    Talk at Section for Scientific Computing, Technical University of Denmark, 2010
  212. Microplate Modeling of the Afar Depression Using 4D Lithospheric Model (4DLM) and Splates: Implications for Development of Plate Boundaries
    H. C. Bender, A. Thurmond, J. Skogseid and S. Clark
    Talk given at Geological Society of America, 2010
  213. The Baby Justicia Project: Biomechanical Investigations of the Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS)
    A. Blechingberg, K.-A. Mardal, F. Strisland, J. Sundnes, T. O. Rognum, Å. Vege, M. Weensvangen and A. Stray-Pedersen
    WCB2010, Seminar session, Head/Brain Injury - Models, 2010
  214. Computational Simulations of the Shaken Baby Syndrom - History and Challenges
    A. Blechingberg
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  215. Detailed Numerical Analyses of the Aliev-Panfilov Model on GPGPU
    X. Cai, D. Unat and S. Baden
    Talk at PARA2010 Conference, 2010
  216. Parallel Programming Using Python
    X. Cai
    CBC Seminar on advanced use of Python programming language, 2010
  217. Mitralklaffens Form I Systolen
    S. K. Dahl
    Presented at Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo, Norway, March, 2010
  218. Effect of Mitral Valve Shape on Flow Dynamics During Left Ventricular Contraction
    S. K. Dahl and B. H. Skallerud
    World Congress in Biomechanics, Singapore, 2010
  219. On Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow
    V. Haughton
    CBC Workshop on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Brain and Spinal Canal - Clinical, Experimental and Mathematical Models and Problems, Simula, May 28, 2010
  220. Analysis and Implementation of High-Precision Finite Element Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations With Application to the Lorenz System
    B. Kehlet
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  221. Meshbuilder Brainstorming
    B. Kehlet
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  222. A Reference Solution for the Lorenz System on [0, 1000]
    B. Kehlet and A. Logg
    8th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM), Rhodes, Greece, September 19-25, 2010
  223. Computational Modeling of Huge Tsunamis From Asteroid Impacts
    H. P. Langtangen
    Computational Geoscience seminar, 2010
  224. Implementation of FEM Assembling in DOLFIN
    A. Logg
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  225. FEniCS: Automated Scientific Computing
    A. Logg
    8th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM), Rhodes, Greece, September 19-25, 2010
  226. Nya Verktyg, Nya Möjligheter
    A. Logg
    Sveriges matematiklärarförening (SMaL), 2010
  227. FEniCS 1.0 (?)
    A. Logg
    FEniCS'10, KTH, Stockholm, 2010
  228. Automated Scientific Computing
    A. Logg
    23rd Chemnitz FEM Symposium, 2010
  229. Automated Scientific Computing
    A. Logg
    Docentföreläsning, Chalmers University of Technology, 2010
  230. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control
    A. Logg and M. E. Rognes
    China-Norway-Sweden Workshop on Computational Mathematics, 2010
  231. Stochastic Variation of Tsunami Run-Ups Due to Heterogenous Slip on Reverse Faults
    F. Løvholt, S. Bazin, R. E. Bredesen, C. B. Harbitz, D. Kohn and H. Bungum
    Poster at the 7th EGU General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts (European Geoscience Union), Copernicus, 2010
  232. Right Through the Heart: Perspectives and Problems
    M. Maleckar
    CBC Workshop, Right Through the Heart: Snapshots of Current and Future Research in Cardiac Modeling, 2010
  233. CSF Strømning I Forbindelse Med Chiari Malformasjon Og Syringomyelia
    K.-A. Mardal
    CBC Workshop on Clinical Issues Related to the Cerebrospinal Fluid, 2010
  234. Convergence Theory for Adaptive Finite Elements
    A. Massing
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  235. Nitsche's Method on Overlapping Meshes in 3D
    A. Massing
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  236. Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Inverse Ischemia Problem
    B. F. Nielsen, O. M. Lysaker and P. Grøttum
    Presented at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, 2010
  237. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control for Stationary Variational Problems
    M. E. Rognes and A. Logg
    Talk at FEniCS'10, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 2010
  238. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control for Stationary Variational Problems
    M. E. Rognes and A. Logg
    Presentation at the European Finite Element Fair 2010, University of Warwick, 2010
  239. A Framework for Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control
    M. E. Rognes and A. Logg
    Talk at BIT 50 - Trends in Numerical Computing, 2010
  240. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control With Applications to Fluid Flow
    M. E. Rognes and A. Logg
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Cerebral Blood Flow and Stroke - Clinical, Experimental and Mathematical Models and Problems, 2010
  241. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control With Applications to Nonlinear Elasticity
    M. E. Rognes and A. Logg
    Talk at DSPDEs 2010 - Emerging Topics in Dynamical Systems and Partial Differential Equations, Barcelona, 2010
  242. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control
    M. E. Rognes
    8th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM), Rhodes, Greece, September 19-25, 2010
  243. Scientific Computing - the (he)art of Modern Sciences
    A. Schroll
    Forskningens Dag, SDU, 2010
  244. An Adaptive Finite Element Method for Fluid Structure-Interaction Problems
    K. Selim
    Talk at FEniCS'10, 2010
  245. A Posteriori Error Analysis of Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction
    K. Selim
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  246. Using Python for Scientific Computing
    O. Skavhaug
    CBC Seminar on advanced use of Python programming language, 2010
  247. Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) - Oscillating Flow and Pressure
    K.-H. Støverud, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    CBC Workshop on Aerosols: Dispersion, Transport and Effects, Simula, November 10, 2010
  248. CSF Hydrodynamic in Patients With Syringomyelia and Chiari I Malformations
    K.-H. Støverud, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and H. P. Langtangen
    Annual NUPUS meeting in Freudenstadt, 2010
  249. From a Physical Problem to Computer Simulations
    K.-H. Støverud, K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    CBC Workshop on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Brain and Spinal Canal - Clinical, Experimental and Mathematical Models and Problems, Simula, May 28, 2010
  250. Introduction to Programming a GPU With CUDA and a Case Study: Accelerating Stencil Computation With GPUs
    D. Unat and S. Baden
    2010
  251. Accelerating Finite Difference Method on Graphic Processors (GPUs)
    D. Unat
    CBC Seminar on GPU Programming and Computing - May 4, 2010
  252. Optimizing the Aliev-Panfilov Model of Cardiac Excitation on Heterogeneous Systems
    D. Unat, X. Cai and S. Baden
    Talk at Para 2010: State of the Art in Scientific and Parallel Computing in Reykjavik on June 6-9, 2010, 2010
  253. Revisiting Finite Element Matrix Assembly
    D. Unat
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  254. Presence of Turbulence in Intracranial MCA Aneurysms
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    CBC Workshop on Aerosols: Dispersion, Transport and Effects, Simula, November 10, 2010
  255. A Note on the Efficiency and Accuracy of Some Common Finite Element Schemes for the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  256. Towards a Virtual Lung
    A. Wahlberg
    International FEniCS'10 workshop, KTH, Stockholm, 2010
  257. Meshing the Human Lung
    A. Wahlberg
    AC/DC seminar series, 2010
  258. Basic Electromechanical Simulations
    S. Wall
    CBC Seminar Series on Computational Cardiac Modeling, 2010
  259. Parallel Programming, OpenMP
    W. Wei
    CBC Lecture on Parallel Programming, OpenMP, March 17, 2010
  260. The Unified Form Language - a Domain Specific Language for Finite Element Methods
    M. S. Alnæs
    European Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications (ENUMATH), 2011
  261. A Function-Centric Generic Framework for Parallelization
    X. Cai
    Talk at CLS Workshop at UiO on April 13, 2011
  262. Study of the Computational Efficiency for Different Usages of Pythoning
    X. Cai
    Talk at CLS Workshop at UiO on April 13, 2011
  263. Efficient Computations of Initial-Value Problems Involving Fractional Derivatives
    X. Cai and W. Zhang
    Talk at the seminar on wave propagation in complex media, November 23, 2011
  264. Parallel Simulation of Particle Transport Using OpenMP
    X. Cai
    Guest lecture at UCSD on January 31, 2011
  265. Programming With OpenMP and Mixed MPI-OpenMP
    X. Cai
    Invited lecture at pre-conference workshop of NOTUR 2011, 2011
  266. Programming With OpenMP and Mixed MPI-OpenMP
    X. Cai
    Invited lecture during USIT's Research Computing Services training week, November 14-17, 2011
  267. A Semi-Ordered Fast Iterative Method (SOFI) for Monotone Front Propagation in Simulations of Geological Folding
    T. Gillberg
    The 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2011), 2011
  268. Code Generation for ODEs
    B. Kehlet
    Talk at Biocomp Seminar, Simula Research Laboratory, 2011
  269. Code Generation for Time Dependent Problems
    B. Kehlet
    Talk at FEniCS'11 / Red Raider Minisymposium 2011, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 2011
  270. Computational Modeling of Intracellular Calcium Dynamics in Human Atrial Myocytes: Impact on Action Potential Morphology
    J. Koivumäki
    Seminar at the Technical University of Dresden, Germany, 2011
  271. Abnormal Flows in the Brain and the Spine: How to Better Understand Diseases by Computations
    H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at the Computational Life Science seminar, University of Oslo, 2011
  272. Kaos I Hjernen - Ny Innsikt Gjennom Simuleringer
    H. P. Langtangen
    University of Oslo 1-day seminar: Realister invaderer helsevesenet, 2011
  273. Kaos I Hjernen - Ny Innsikt Gjennom Simuleringer
    H. P. Langtangen
    Talk at Fysikkforeningen, 2011
  274. Solving Poisson's Equation With DOLFIN 0.2.11 (2002): a Study of the Portability of Scientific Codes Across the Time Domain
    A. Logg
    Talk at Biocomp Seminar, Simula Research Laboratory, 2011-09-28, 2011
  275. Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction and Incompressible Flow
    A. Logg
    Talk at FEniCS'11 / Red Raider Minisymposium 2011, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 2011-11-03, 2011
  276. Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction and Incompressible Flow
    A. Logg
    Talk at Simula/NTNU Workshop, Simula Research Laboratory, 2011-11-17, 2011
  277. The FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Talk at EuroSciPy 2011 / Python in Physics, Ecole normale supérieure, Paris, 2011-08-09, 2011
  278. The FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Workshop on Multiscale Problems and Methods, Simula Research Laboratory, 2011-06-17, 2011
  279. The FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Talk at NOTUR 2011, University of Oslo, 2011-05-23, 2011
  280. The FEniCS Project
    A. Logg
    Talk at Det Norske Veritas 2011-05-11, 2011
  281. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in the Upper Cervical Canal in Patients With the Chiari I Malformation
    K.-A. Mardal, K.-H. Støverud, V. Haughton, S. Linge, H. P. Langtangen, G. Rutkowska and I. N. Drøsdal
    1ST CSF Hydrodynamics Symposium, 2011
  282. FEniCS: an Attempt to Combine Simplicity, Generality, Efficiency and Reliability
    K.-A. Mardal
    Python-based Software for Solving Partial Differential Equations Minisymposium at SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 2011
  283. Simulating Blood Flow in Cerebral Aneurysm
    K.-A. Mardal, K. Valen-Sendstad and Ø. Evju
    Minisymposium Numerical Methods for Biomedical Problems on Enumath, 2011
  284. The Finite Element Library FEniCS and Simulation of Blood Flow in Cerebral Aneurysms
    K.-A. Mardal, K. Valen-Sendstad, M. S. Alnæs, M. Mortensen, H. P. Langtangen and B. A. P. Reif
    Talk at CSB Seminar, University of Stuttgart, 2011
  285. Efficient Preconditioning of Optimality Systems
    K.-A. Mardal and B. F. Nielsen
    Precond 11, 2011
  286. Efficient Implementation of Nitsche's Method on Overlapping Meshes for Interface Problems in 3D
    A. Massing
    FEF 2011, Munich, Germany, 2011
  287. Efficient Implementation of Nitsche's Method on Overlapping Meshes for Coupled Problems in 3D
    A. Massing
    Coupled Problems 2011, Kos, Greece, 2011
  288. Efficient Implementation of Nitsche's Method on Overlapping Meshes in 3D
    A. Massing
    CSE 2011, Reno Nevada, USA, 2011
  289. Nitsche's Method for Fictitious Domain and Overlapping Meshes (in 3D)
    A. Massing
    FEniCS'11 / Red Raider Minisymposium 2011, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, November 2011, 2011
  290. Nitsche's Method for Fictitious Domain and Overlapping Meshes (in 3D)
    A. Massing
    UMIT Research Seminar, Umeå, Sweden, 2011
  291. The Role of K+ Channels in Human Articular Chondrocyte Electrophysiology: a Computational Perspective
    H. Narayanan
    CaMo Seminar, Oslo, Norway, 2011
  292. Finite Element Analysis of the Mitral Valve With Active Muscle Fibres
    V. E. Prot and B. H. Skallerud
    SIAM CSE Reno, Nevada, USA, 2011
  293. FEniCS After 1.0: Current Trends at CBC@Simula
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at FEniCS'11 / Red Raider Minisymposium 2011, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, November 2011, 2011
  294. More Or Less Shocking: Using Energy Estimates to Answer Scientific Questions
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at Biocomp Seminar, Simula Research Laboratory, October 2011, 2011
  295. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at CBC workshop on Biomechanics, November 2011, 2011
  296. Error Control and Adaptivity for the Non-Expert
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Modeling, 2011
  297. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control a Posteriori Error Estimation and Adaptivity in Finite Element Exterior Calculus
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at USNCCM '11, Minneapolis, 2011
  298. Bringing Error Control to the Non-Expert - Automation of a Posteriori Error Estimation
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Multiscale Problems and Methods, 2011
  299. The FEniCS Project
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at Imperial College, 2011
  300. Goal-Oriented Error Control Automated!
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at SIAM CSE Reno, Nevada, USA, 2011
  301. FEniCS: the Next Generation PDE Software
    M. E. Rognes
    Talk at CBC Workshop on Biomedical Modeling, 2011
  302. Self Calibrating, Adaptive Models in the Geo- and Life Sciences
    A. Schroll
    Inverse Problems Workshop, 2011
  303. On Automated Computational Modeling in the Geo- and Life Sciences
    A. Schroll
    Numerical methods for hyperbolic equations Recent trends and future directions (SAMHYP), ETH Zürich, Switzerland, 2011
  304. Ongoing Research: Characterize CSF Flow and Identify the Cause of Syringomyelia With CFD
    K.-H. Støverud and V. Haughton
    The workshop Working Toward a Day Without Pain Gala, Buffalo, 2011
  305. Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Flow in Chiari I and Syringomyelia
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Seminar / Third semester presentation, 2011
  306. The Use and Potential of FEniCS in Medical Applications
    K.-H. Støverud
    FEniCS'11 / Red Raider Minisymposium 2011, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, November 2011, 2011
  307. CSF Flow and Pressure in the Cervical Spine
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Workshop on Biomedical Modeling, 2011
  308. Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Oscillating Flow and Pressure
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Workshop on CSF Flow Associated with Chiari and Syringomyelia, 2011
  309. The Effect of Varying Cross-Sectional Areas on Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow and Pressure in the Cervical Spine
    K.-H. Støverud
    MekIT'11 Sixth national conference on Computational Mechanics, 2011
  310. Strongly Coupled Electro-Mechanics Simulations of the Infarct Injured Heart
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    International Conference on Numerical Methods and Applied Mathematics, Greece, 2011
  311. Computational Cerebral Hemodynamics
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal, M. Mortensen, B. A. P. Reif and H. P. Langtangen
    The Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, 2011
  312. Simulation Methodology for Cerebral Blood Flow
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal, M. Mortensen, B. A. P. Reif and H. P. Langtangen
    Biomedical Simulation Lab, Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, 2011
  313. Direct Numerical Simulation of Transitional Flow in Patient-Specific Intracranial Aneurysms
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal, M. Mortensen, B. A. P. Reif and H. P. Langtangen
    ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference, 2011
  314. 'Turbulence' in Cerebral Aneurysms
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal, M. Mortensen, H. P. Langtangen, B. A. P. Reif and D. A. Steinman
    CBC Workshop on Biomechanics, 17-18 November, 2011
  315. Modeling the Infarct Injured Heart, Insights Into Mechanical Dysfunction
    S. Wall
    SIAM CSE Reno, Nevada, USA, 2011
  316. Multi-Scale Modeling of the Heart - Computational Approaches and Applications to Biomedicine
    S. Wall
    Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah,, 2011
  317. News in C++11
    M. S. Alnæs
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  318. Numerical Comparison of Preconditioned Oneshot and Steepest Descent on Linear Elliptic Optimal Control Problems
    M. S. Alnæs
    OCIP 2012, 2012
  319. Efficient Compilation of Complex Tensor Algebra Expressions
    M. S. Alnæs
    FEniCS Workshop 2012, Simula Research Laboratory, 2012
  320. Automation of PDE Constrained Optimization - Algorithmic Differentiation As Abstract Building Blocks in High Level Algorithms
    M. S. Alnæs
    ECCOMAS 2012, Wien, 2012
  321. A Domain Specific Language and Symbolic Library for FEM Formulations of PDEs - the Unified Form Language
    M. S. Alnæs
    FEniCS@Imperial Day, Imperial College London, 2012
  322. Understanding the Performance of Stencil-Based Computations on Multicore CPU
    X. Cai
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  323. Some Perspectives on High-Performance Computing in the Geosciences
    X. Cai
    Computational Geoscience Workshop, Geilo, January 19, 2012
  324. Scientific Computing Needs Supercomputers, But Also Something Else!
    X. Cai
    Invited lecture at National University of Defence Technology, China, March 29, 2012
  325. An Inverse Approach to Stratigraphic Modelling
    S. Clark, L. Vynnytska and A. Schroll
    34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 2012
  326. Non-Newtonian Effects in Cerebral Aneurysms. a Computational Study on 12 Patient Specific Aneurysms
    Ø. Evju, K. Valen-Sendstad and K.-A. Mardal
    ICS '12, 2012
  327. A Parallel 3D Front Propagation Algorithm for Simulation of Geological Folding on GPUs
    T. Gillberg
    EAGE 74th Conference & Exhibition, 2012
  328. Massively Parallel Front Tracking
    T. Gillberg
    Computational Geoscience Workshop, 18-20 January 2012 in Geilo, 2012
  329. Triangular Surface Mesh Improvement and Tetrahedral Mesh Generation Using GAMer and Blender
    J. E. Hake
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  330. CSF Flow: Acquisition Strategies
    V. Haughton
    Lecture at International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Orlando, FL, 2012
  331. Robust Mesh Generation
    B. Kehlet
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  332. Divergent Action Potential Morphology in Human Atrial Cells Vs. Tissue: Underlying Ionic Mechanisms
    J. Koivumäki, T. Christ, G. Seemann and M. Maleckar
    Computing in Cardiology conference, 2012
  333. Calcium Buffering in Human Atrial Myocytes
    J. Koivumäki, M. Maleckar, T. Christ and N. Rozmaritsa
    CaMo-UCSD Workshop, San Diego, USA, 2012
  334. Excitation-Contraction Coupling in Human Atrial Myocytes: Remodeling in Atrial Fibrillation
    J. Koivumäki and P. Tavi
    Seminar at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, KIT, Germany, 2012
  335. Flexible Specification of Large Systems of Nonlinear PDEs
    H. P. Langtangen and M. Mortensen
    Keynote talk at the 2nd HPC^3 Workshop on High-Performance Computing, KAUST, Saudi-Arabia, 2012
  336. Elements of Scientific Computing
    G. T. Lines and X. Cai
    3-day intensive course given at National University of Defence Technology, China, October 16-18, 2012
  337. Towards Modeling Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy - Can Simulation Shed Light on a Complex Disease Process?
    M. Maleckar
    ardiac Physiome Workshop, San Diego, 2012
  338. Will FEniCS Fly?
    K.-A. Mardal and H. P. Langtangen
    FEniCS 12 workshop, 2012
  339. The Finite Element Library FEniCS + Blood Flow Simulations in Cerebral Aneurysms
    K.-A. Mardal
    Marsden's lab at UCSD, 2012
  340. The Finite Element Library FEniCS
    K.-A. Mardal
    Steinman's lab, University of Toronto, 2012
  341. Are Zombies a Threat to Mankind?
    K.-A. Mardal, H. P. Langtangen and P. Røtnes
    Invited talk for the opening of RF kjelleren at the University of Oslo, 2012
  342. Efficient Preconditioning of Optimality Systems
    K.-A. Mardal, B. F. Nielsen and M. S. Alnæs
    EMG 2012, 2012
  343. On Well-Posedness and Stability
    K.-A. Mardal
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  344. Blood Flow in Cerebral Aneurysms - Can Turbulence Be a Risk Indicator?
    K.-A. Mardal
    SDU workshop, 2012
  345. The C(ontinuous) I(nterior) P(enalty) Method
    A. Massing
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  346. Nitsche's Method for Fictitious Domains and Overlapping Meshes: Analysis and Implementation
    A. Massing
    FEniCS 12, 2012
  347. Nitsche-Based Overlapping and Fictitious Domain Methods for the Stokes Problem
    A. Massing
    Chemnitz FEM Symposium, 2012
  348. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods Problem on Cut and Composite Meshes - a Look Behind the Scenes
    A. Massing
    ACM Seminar, Institute for Computational Mechanics, TU München, 2012
  349. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods for the Stokes Problem on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    Graduate School CE Seminar, Darmstadt, 2012
  350. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods for the Stokes Problem on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    Brighton, 2012
  351. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods for the Stokes Problem on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    Internal seminar, TU Darmstadt, 2012
  352. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods for the Stokes Problem on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    Internal Seminar, University of Oslo, 2012
  353. Flexible Software Tools for Computational Turbulence
    M. Mortensen
    Keynote talk at the 25th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2012
  354. The Minimal Residual Method Applied to Ill-Posed Optimality Systems; Eigenvalues and Convergence Properties
    B. F. Nielsen and K.-A. Mardal
    Numerical Methods for Optimal Control and Inverse Problems workshop, Munich, Germany, 2012
  355. Effects of an Orthogonal Contractile System in the Anterior Leaflet on the Systolic Mitral Valve Response: a Nonlinear Finite Element Study
    V. E. Prot
    10th International Symposium on Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Berlin, 2012
  356. Techniques for Automated Treatment of Variational Forms Over Arbitrary Dimension Tensor Product Finite Elements
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  357. Automated FEniCS Frameworks for Adjoint Models and Their Applications
    M. E. Rognes
    KAUST, 2012
  358. The FEniCS Project: a Short Course
    M. E. Rognes
    KAUST, 2012
  359. Automatically Generated Solvers for Variational Formulations of Time-Dependent Partial Differential Equations
    M. E. Rognes
    ECCOMAS, 2012
  360. The FEniCS Project: a Tutorial
    M. E. Rognes
    Imperial College, 2012
  361. The FEniCS Project: a Modern Framework for the Automated Solution of PDEs by FEM
    M. E. Rognes
    Computational Geoscience Workshop, 2012
  362. High Resolution FV Methods for Stochastic Balance Laws
    A. Schroll
    Intl. Conf. High Performance Scientific Computing, Hanoi, Vietnam, 2012
  363. A DEMOSTRAT Roud-Trip: the Forward and Inverse Model
    A. Schroll
    Geilo Winter School, 2012
  364. Strong Stability Preserving Stochastic Runge Kutta Methods
    A. Schroll
    Geilo Winter School, 2012
  365. The Relation Between Chiari I and Syringomyelia -Model Concepts
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Workshop on Adjoint-Based Methods for Transient Problems: Software and applications, 2012
  366. Relation Between Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia
    K.-H. Støverud
    Summer School on Modeling and Simulation of Soft Tissue BioMechanics, 2012
  367. CSF Flow Dynamics: Effects of Viscosity and Inertia
    K.-H. Støverud, V. Haughton, H. P. Langtangen and K.-A. Mardal
    ANSR 2012, New York, 2012
  368. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - the Basics
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  369. Effects of Pulsatile CSF Pressure on the Spinal Cord Tissue
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC Seminar series, 2012
  370. Computer Simulations of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Heart
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    CBC Workshop on Adjoint-Based Methods for Transient Problems: Software and Applications, 2012
  371. On the Stability of Operator Splitting Schemes for Strongly Coupled Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2012
  372. Strongly Coupled Simulations of Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    CBC seminar, 2012
  373. Numerical Methods for Strongly Coupled Simulations of Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    Workshop on efficient solvers in biomedical applications, Graz, Austria, 2012
  374. Computer Models of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Contracting Heart
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    Workshop on computational models in biomedicine, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil, 2012
  375. Computer Models of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Contracting Heart
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    Seminar at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment, 2012
  376. Towards Patient-Specific Models of Strongly Coupled Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall and S. U. Gjerald
    Cardiac Physiome Workshop, San Diego, 2012
  377. Computational Models of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Infarct Injured Heart
    J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    National PhD conference in medical Imaging, Trondheim, Norway, 2012
  378. Is CFD Misleading Us About the Nature of Wall Shear Stresses in Cerebral Aneurysms?
    K. Valen-Sendstad and D. A. Steinman
    The 7th International Symposium on Biomechanics in Vascular Biology & Cardiovascular Disease, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2012
  379. Status of Effective Translation of Complicated Forms in FEniCS - the UFLACS Project
    M. S. Alnæs
    Jesus College, Cambrigde, 2013
  380. Towards Navier-Stokes Data Assimilation for Hemodynamics Using Automated Adjoint Methods
    M. S. Alnæs
    V International Symposium on Modelling of Physiological Flows (MPF2013), 2013
  381. Computational Investigation of Parent Artery Flow Reversal for Basilar Top Aneurysm
    M. S. Alnæs
    5th Asia Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics & 4th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics, 2013
  382. Data Assimilation With Navier-Stokes Splitting Schemes and Dolfin-Adjoint
    M. S. Alnæs
    CBC and CCI Workshop on Advancing Numerical Technologies in the Cardiac Domain, May 15, 2013
  383. Status of Effective Translation of Complicated Forms in FEniCS
    M. S. Alnæs
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  384. Computing at a Million Mobiles Per Second
    S. Baden
    National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, China, 2013
  385. Computing at a Million Laptops Per Second
    S. Baden
    21st High Performance Computing Symposia, San Diego, 2013
  386. Automatic Differentiation of a Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem
    G. Balaban
    FEniCS'13 workshop, Cambridge, 2013
  387. Mint: a User-Friendly C-to-CUDA Code Translator
    X. Cai, D. Unat and S. Baden
    Talk given at SIAM CSE'13, February 25, 2013
  388. Scientific Computing on Accelerator-Based Supercomputers
    X. Cai
    Guest lecture at FFI, September 20, 2013
  389. Adopting Heterogeneous Hardware Platforms for Scientific Computing
    X. Cai
    Guest lecture at Technical Unviersity of Denmark, December 5, 2013
  390. Introduction to Scientific Writing
    X. Cai
    Intensive course given at National University of Defence Technology, China, October 17-19, 2013
  391. Flexible Finite Element Methods for Geodynamics
    S. Clark
    SIAM conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, June 17-20, 2013
  392. PDE-Constrained Optimization Problems With Box Constraints
    O. L. Elvetun and B. F. Nielsen
    International Conference on Preconditioning Techniques for Scientific and Industrial Applications, Oxford, 2013
  393. Patient-Specific Simulations of Vasospasm in 3 Different Cases
    Ø. Evju, K.-A. Mardal, S. J. Bakke and A. G. Sorteberg
    Modelling Physiological Flows, 2013
  394. Using Adjoints to Answer Scientific Questions
    P. E. Farrell
    CBC and CCI Workshop on Advancing Numerical Technologies in the Cardiac Domain, May 15, 2013
  395. Developing and Implementing Parallel Algorithms for Fold Simulations in 3D
    T. Gillberg
    Presented during a workshop at Simula: Using the GPU for Scientific Computing: coding concepts and a look at applications in structural geology http://simula.no/intranet/news/using-the-gpu-for-scie\ ntific-computing-coding-concepts-and-a-look-at-appl, 2013
  396. A General ODE Translator (Gotran): Towards a Versatile Tool for General ODEs
    J. E. Hake
    CBC and CCI Workshop on Advancing Numerical Technologies in the Cardiac Domain, May 15, 2013
  397. Analysis of a System of Elliptic Partial Differential Equations and Its Possible Boundary Conditions When Discretized With Hermite and Lagrange Elements
    A. R. Hope
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  398. Quantifying the Computability of the Lorenz System
    B. Kehlet
    International Conference on Adaptive Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS2013), 2013
  399. Re-Parametrisation of Atrial INa: INa,late and DV/dtmax Dependence on RMP As Test Cases
    J. Koivumäki
    NECCEVISEE Workshop, 2013
  400. Human Atrial Myocyte Studies in Silico
    J. Koivumäki
    NECCEVISEE Workshop, 2013
  401. Bringing Flow Simulations to the Clinic
    H. P. Langtangen
    Invited lecture at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI Institute), University of Utah, USA, 2013
  402. Building Simulation Software for the Next Decade: Tools and Trends
    H. P. Langtangen
    International Workshop on Mantle and Litosphere Dynamics, Klækken hotel, Norway, 2013
  403. Observability of Ischemia and the Need for Patient Specific Geometrical Models in Inverse ECG
    G. T. Lines, O. M. Lysaker and B. F. Nielsen
    Computing in Cardiology, Zaragoza, Spain, 2013
  404. The FEniCS Project - Organization, Practices, Maintenance and Distribution
    A. Logg
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  405. Computing Ischemic Regions in the Heart: on the Use of Internal Electrodes
    O. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen and S. Wall
    Computing in Cardiology, 2013
  406. Efficient Preconditioning of Optimality Systems With Non-Self-Adjoint State Operators
    K.-A. Mardal and B. F. Nielsen
    IFIP 2013, minisymposia Preconditioning for PDE-Constrained Optimization, Linz, Austria, 2013
  407. Operator Preconditioning for Well-Posed and Ill-Posed Problems
    K.-A. Mardal
    Preconditioning 2013, 2013
  408. On the Assumption of Laminar Flow in the Modeling of Physiological Flow
    K.-A. Mardal
    Modelling of physiological flows (MPF 2013), 2013
  409. A Robust Nitsche-Based Fixed-Grid Method for Fluid Problems With Applications to Domain-Bridging and FSI Problems
    A. Massing
    FEF2013, San Diego, 2013
  410. Analysis and Implementation of Nitsche-Based Domain-Bridging Method for Fluid Problems
    A. Massing
    SIAM CSE'13, Boston, 2013
  411. Finite Element Methods for Cut and Composite Meshes Using FEniCS
    A. Massing
    FEniCS'13, Cambridge, 2013
  412. Cut and Composite Mesh Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems With Large Deformation
    A. Massing
    Coupled Problems 2013, Ibiza, 2013
  413. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    AMCG Seminar, Imperial College, London, 2013
  414. Nitsche-Based Finite Element Methods on Cut and Composite Meshes
    A. Massing
    USNCCM12, Raleigh, 2013
  415. Nitsche-Based Cut and Composite Mesh Methods for Fluid and Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems
    A. Massing
    XFEM 2013, Lyon, 2013
  416. Computing Physiological Flows: From Cutting Meshes and Automated Code Generation to Optimization of Flow
    A. Massing
    Mox Seminar, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, 2013
  417. Preliminary Study of the Impact of Spinal Cord Nerve Roots and Denticulate Ligaments on Drug Movement in the Cervical Spinal Subarachnoid Space
    M. Mortensen
    Nordic Semiar on Computational Mechanics, 2013
  418. FEniCS: a Free Software for the Automated and Efficient Solution of Differential Equations
    M. Mortensen
    University of Waterloo, Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering, Seminar Series, 2013
  419. FEniCS and Its Application in Biomedical Computing
    M. Mortensen
    Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, 2013
  420. FEniCS on a Moebius Strip
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  421. Solving PDEs Over Manifolds With FEniCS
    M. E. Rognes
    FEniCS'13, Cambridge, 2013
  422. An Adjoint-Enabled Simulation Framework for Cardiac Electrophysiology
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC/CCI workshop Advancing numerical technologies in the cardiac domain, 2013
  423. Nitsche Based Methods for Unfitted Meshes for the Brinkman Problem
    J. Sogn
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  424. Automated Code Generation for Coupling Heterogeneous Computing Devices
    M. Sourouri
    Extreme Scaling Workshop 2013, Boulder, CO, USA, 2013
  425. Effect of Oscillatory CSF Pressure on Fluid Movement in the Spinal Cord
    K.-H. Støverud
    V International Symposium on Modelling Physiological Flow (MPF2013), 2013
  426. Effect of Oscillatory Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure on the Spinal Cord Tissue
    K.-H. Støverud
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  427. Patient-Specific Models of Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall, S. U. Gjerald, J. E. Hake and B. L. de Oliveira
    Federal University of Juiz de Fora, 2013
  428. Impact of CFD Solution Strategy on Predicted Aneurysm Hemodynamics: Good News and Bad News
    K. Valen-Sendstad and D. A. Steinman
    8th International Symposium on Biomechanics in Vascular Biology and Cardiovascular Disease, Rotterdam, 2013
  429. Impact of CFD Solution Strategy on Predicted Aneurysm Hemodynamics: Good News and Bad News
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    CBC seminar series, 2013
  430. Automatic Differentiation of a Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem
    N. n. specified
    Visit to Biomedical Simulation Lab, University of Toronto, 2013
  431. The Unified Form Language – Features, implementation and future
    M. S. Alnæs
    PRISM Workshop, Imperial College London, 2014
  432. High level abstractions for finite element methods – The Unified Form Language and the FEniCS project
    M. S. Alnæs
    CBC/Uppsala workshop, Simula Research Laboratory, 2014
  433. Computing at a Million of Mobiles Per Second
    S. Baden
    Rutgers University, 2014
  434. Embedded domain specific languages: How everyone can be an expert performance programmer
    S. Baden
    Stony Brook University, Dept of Biomedical Informatics, 2014
  435. Engineering for High Performance through Domain Specific Translations
    S. Baden
    Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014
  436. Engineering for High Performance through Domain Specific Translations
    S. Baden
    Computer Science Department, University in Uppsala, 2014
  437. Passive Cardiac Mechanics Calibration Using Reduced Order Unscented Kalman Filtering
    G. Balaban
    Presentation at the Uppsala-Simula Scientific Computing Seminar, 2014
  438. Cut Finite Element Methods for Multi-Physics Problems (in FEniCS!)
    E. Burman, S. Claus, P. Hansbo, M. G. Larson and A. Massing
    18th European Conference on Mathematics for Industry, 2014
  439. PDE-Constrained Optimisation in Hilbert Spaces
    S. W. Funke and M. Nordaas
    FEniCS'14 workshop, Paris, 2014
  440. Lecture on PDE-constrained optimization with FEniCS
    S. W. Funke
    Zhjiang University, Hangzhou, China, 2014
  441. Arrhythmogenic Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets for Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia: A Simulation Study in a Human Ventricular Myocyte
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2014
  442. Mathematical Modeling of Ca Handling and Computational Studies of Ca-related Arrhythmogenesis in Heart
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    National University of Defense Technology, China, 2014
  443. A generic right ventricle model for simulating patient-specific pacing procedures from echocardiography data
    S. U. Gjerald, S. Sarvari, H. H. Odland and S. Wall
    Workshop on Models for surgical decision support at VPH2014 in Trondheim, 2014
  444. A fully 3D hybrid Nitsche and Level Set methods for electrohydrodynamic potential flows in moving domains
    A. Johansson
    6th European Conference on Compuational Fluid Dynamics, Barcelona, 2014
  445. A High Order Nitsche Cut Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems
    A. Johansson
    27th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2014
  446. Blockwise Adaptive Finite Element Solution of a Coupled PDE-ODE System
    A. Johansson
    Chalmers University of Technology, 2014
  447. Usable Structured Meshes: How to do efficient adaptivity and how to handle complex geometries
    A. Johansson
    Center for Biomedical Computing, 2014
  448. In and Out of Tune
    A. Johansson
    Center for Biomedical Computing, 2014
  449. A High Order DG Cut Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems
    A. Johansson and M. G. Larson
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2014
  450. A short introduction to discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin methods
    A. Johansson
    Biocomp seminar, 2014
  451. Localization and not extent of fibrofatty infiltration is the primary factor determining conduction disturbance in a computational model of arrhythomogenic cardiomyopathy
    S. Kallhovd, V. Mezzano, S. U. Gjerald, J. Saberniak, F. Sheikh, H. Haugaa and M. Maleckar
    VPH 2014, Trondheim, Norway, 2014
  452. Mshr - Mesh Generation in FEniCS
    B. Kehlet
    Talk at FEniCS'14 workshop in Paris, 2014
  453. Action Potential Repolarisation in Healthy and Fibrillating Human Atria: Contribution of Small Conductance Calcium-Activated Potassium Channels
    J. Koivumäki, L. Skibsbye, T. Christ, M. Maleckar and T. Jespersen
    Conference of the Scandinavian Physiological Society, 2014
  454. Computational Models of Cardiac Electrophysiology in Healthy and Fibrillating Human Atria
    J. Koivumäki
    Seminar at the Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, UKE, Hamburg, 2014
  455. How to Easily Implement Sophisticated Tailored Algorithms in Computational Turbulence
    H. P. Langtangen
    Department of Mathematics, University of Oxford, UK, 2014
  456. Code Generation for High-Level Problem Specification and HPC
    H. P. Langtangen
    London University College, London, UK, 2014
  457. CCFEM implementation in FEniCS
    A. Logg
    Simula multiphysics workshop, 2014
  458. Automated Solution of Differential Equations
    A. Logg
    Computer science and engineering seminar, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014
  459. A Finite Element method for the Einstein-Vlasov system
    A. Logg
    Biocomp lunch seminar, Simula, Oslo, 2014
  460. Periodic table of the Finite Elements (part I)
    A. Logg
    Computational and Applied Mathematics seminar, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014
  461. Automated Solution of Differential Equations
    A. Logg
    Hyperfit seminar, University of Copnehagen, Denmark, 2014
  462. Periodic table of the Finite Elements (part II)
    A. Logg
    Computational and Applied Mathematics seminar, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014
  463. Periodic table of the Finite Elements (part III)
    A. Logg
    Computational and Applied Mathematics seminar, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014
  464. Multimesh FEM in FEniCS
    A. Logg
    FEniCS'14 Workshop, University of Chicago center in Paris, France, 2014
  465. Automated Solution of Differential Equations
    A. Logg
    Svenska matematikersamfunnets høstmøte, 2014
  466. Periodic table of the Finite Elements
    A. Logg
    Biocomp lunch seminar, Simula, Oslo, 2014
  467. Electrophysiology and advanced simulation techniques focused on atrial fibrillation
    M. Maleckar
    Annual Meeting of the Scandinavian Physiological Society, 2014
  468. Er Zombier En Trussel Mot Menneskeheten?
    K.-A. Mardal, T. Seland, H. P. Langtangen and P. Røtnes
    Upop aften - Det norske student samfund, 2014
  469. On the Assumption of Laminar Flow in the Modeling of Physiological Flow
    K.-A. Mardal
    Anvendt og beregningsorientert matematikk, Bergen, 2014
  470. On the Assumption of Laminar Flow of CSF in Chiari Patients
    K.-A. Mardal, A. Helgeland, V. Haughton, B. A. P. Reif and K.-H. Støverud
    international Chiari Research Group, 2014
  471. CSF Flow at Foramen Magnum
    K.-A. Mardal, K.-H. Støverud, G. Ringstad and P. K. Eide
    International Hydrocephalus Imaging Working Group,Montreal, Canada, 2014
  472. On Numerical Methods for Transitional Flow - Application to Blood Flow in Aneurysms
    K.-A. Mardal, O. M. Khan and K. Valen-Sendstad
    Quality and Validation of Computational Cardio-vascular Biomechanics, WCCM-ECCM-ECCOM, 2014
  473. Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow in Association With the Central Nervous System - Chiari and Drug Delivery
    K.-A. Mardal, K.-H. Støverud, M. Mortensen, K. Jain, B. Martin and S. Pahlavian
    MS on Computational Biomechanics, WCCM-ECCM-ECCOM, 2014
  474. Cut Finite Element Methods for Fluid and Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems
    A. Massing
    Advances in Fluid-Structure Interaction, Tokyo, Japan, 2014
  475. Multi-Scale Modeling of the Failing Heart:
From Mouse to Man
    A. D. McCulloch
    Simula-UiO-UCSD Summer School in Cardiac Modeling, 2014
  476. FEniCS - A Free Software Framework for Efficient Solution of Differential Equations, with Applications in Mechanics
    M. Mortensen
    Prague, 2014
  477. Meta-Learning Approach to the Image Denoising Problem
    V. Naumova
    SIAM Conference on Imaging Science, 2014
  478. Minimization of Multi-Penalty Functionals by Alternating Iterative Thresholding and Optimal Parameter Choices
    V. Naumova
    SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantification, 2014
  479. Meta-Learning Based Blood Glucose Predictor for Diabetic Smartphone App
    V. Naumova
    Workshop on Design, use and evaluation of prediction methods for blood glucose concentration, 2014
  480. Autumn School on Mathematical Imaging and Statistical Learning
    V. Naumova
    University of Verona, 2014
  481. Numerical Methods for Diabetes Technology
    V. Naumova
    UCSD, 2014
  482. Multi-penalty Regularization for High-Dimensional Data Learning
    V. Naumova
    UCSD, 2014
  483. Fast and accurate Solutions of the Eikonal and Transport Equations
    M. Noack, T. Gillberg and S. Clark
    Amsterdam, 2014
  484. Robust Preconditioners for PDE-Constrained Optimization With Limited Observations
    M. Nordaas
    European Multigrid Conference 2014, 2014
  485. Adaptive Finite Elements: Practice and Implementation
    M. E. Rognes
    Centre for Mathematics for Applications, University of Oslo, 2014
  486. An Adjoint-Enabled Simulation Framework for Cardiac Electrophysiology
    M. E. Rognes
    FEniCS'14 Workshop, University of Chicago center in Paris, France, 2014
  487. In Silico Physiological Flows
    M. E. Rognes
    Seminar in connection with Villani visit at Simula Research Laboratory, Fornebu, 2014
  488. High-Level Advanced Abstractions and Techniques in Finite Element Software
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC Workshop on Computational Modeling with Applications in Biomedicine and Geophysics at Simula Research Laboratory, 2014
  489. Automated Goal-Oriented Error Control and Adaptivity
    M. E. Rognes
    RCN site visit to the CBC, Simula Research Laboratory, Fornebu, 2014
  490. An Adjoint-Enabled Simulation Framework for Cardiac Electrophysiology
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC and CCI Workshop on Cardiac Modelling at Simula Research Laboratory, Fornebu, 2014
  491. Perspectives on the Current State of the Art of Computational Modelling of Fluid Flow in the Brain Parenchyma
    M. E. Rognes
    CBC and CINPLA Workshop on Modelling Liquid Transport in the Brain, Simula Research Laboratory, Fornebu, 2014
  492. A Continuum Model for Active Cardiac Muscle
    J. Sundnes and H. Narayanan
    World congress on Computational Mechanics, Barcelona, Spain, 2014
  493. Patient Specific Models of Cardiac Electro-Mechanics
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall, S. U. Gjerald, J. E. Hake and B. L. de Oliveira
    Seminar at Ecole des Mines, St Etienne, France, 2014
  494. Computational Models of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Heart
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall, S. Pezzuto, J. E. Hake and B. L. de Oliveira
    Invited mini symposium presentation at the European Conference for Mathematics in Industry, Taormina, Italy., 2014
  495. Computational Models of Electro-Mechanical Interactions in the Heart
    J. Sundnes
    The Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, Stockholm, 2014
  496. CFD Modelling of Cerebrovascular Hemodynamics: Breaking News
    K. Valen-Sendstad, O. M. Khan, M. Piccinelli and D. A. Steinman
    9th international symposium on Biomechanics in Vascular Biology and Cardiovascular Disease, Montreal, Canada, April, 2014, 2014
  497. Unstable Flow in the Carotid Siphon: Implications for Aneurysm Initiation and Rupture
    K. Valen-Sendstad, M. Piccinelli and D. A. Steinman
    World Congress of Biomechanics, 2014
  498. Flow Instabilities in Sidewall Aneurysms: a Possible Association With Rupture Status?
    K. Valen-Sendstad, A. Lauric, A. Malek and D. A. Steinman
    World Congress of Biomechanics, 2014
  499. It's not the size, but what you do with it: CFD solver settings trump model resolution.
    K. Valen-Sendstad, O. M. Khan, M. Piccinelli and D. A. Steinman
    Zurich, 2014
  500. Patient Constrained Ventricular Stress Mapping
    G. Balaban and H. Finsberg
    Lugano Switzerland, 2015
  501. Optimal Elasticity and Contraction in the Cardiac Cycle
    G. Balaban
    Oslo, Simula Research Laboratory, 2015
  502. Dyssynchronous Left Ventricular Stress Estimation
    G. Balaban
    Workshop on Advanced Numerical Techniques in Biomedical Computing: Simula Research Laboratory, 2015
  503. Non-Manifold Manifold Simulations Using FEniCS
    D. Bernstein and M. E. Rognes
    FEniCS '15, Imperial College London, UK, 2015
  504. Implementation, verification and validation of large eddy simulation models in Oasis
    J. Bø, A. Bergersen, K. Valen-Sendstad and M. Mortensen
    MekIT - Conference on Computational Mechanics - NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, 2015
  505. Sensitivity Analysis and Uncertainty Quantification in a Wave Propagation Model: A Study of Uncertain Arterial Stiffness
    V. G. Eck, J. Feinberg, J. Sturdy, H. P. Langtangen and L. R. Hellevik
    4th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering, France, 2015
  506. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    17th IMA Leslie Fox Prize Competition, Glasgow, UK, 2015, 22 June, 2015
  507. Automated adjoint finite element simulations with dolfin-adjoint
    P. E. Farrell
    AGM of NAG Ltd (keynote scientific speaker), Witney, UK, 2015, 18 September, 2015
  508. Automated adjoint finite element simulations within FEniCS
    P. E. Farrell
    NASA Langley, Langley, USA, 2015, 5 March, 2015
  509. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    IMA Conference on Numerical Methods for Simulation, Oxford, UK, 2015
  510. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    PETSc 20 year anniversary conference, Chicago, USA, 2015, 16 June, 2015
  511. Polynomial Chaos Expansions part 1: Method introduction
    J. Feinberg
    2015 eVITA Winter School - Uncertainty Quantification for Physical Phenomena, Geilo, Norway, January 18-23, 2015
  512. Polynomial Chaos Expansions part 2: Practical implementation
    J. Feinberg
    2015 eVITA Winter School - Uncertainty Quantification for Physical Phenomena, Geilo, Norway, January 18-23, 2015
  513. Polynomial Chaos Expansions part 3: Some advanced topics
    J. Feinberg
    2015 eVITA Winter School - Uncertainty Quantification for Physical Phenomena, Geilo, Norway, January 18-23, 2015
  514. Data assimilation in time-dependent blood flow simulations
    S. W. Funke
    Ankara, 2015
  515. Data assimilation in time-dependent blood flow simulations
    S. W. Funke
    London, UK, 2015
  516. Optimizing tidal turbine farms with high-level tools
    S. W. Funke and T. Roc
    Texas A&M, USA, 2015
  517. Assimilating 4D-MRI blood flow measurements using PDE-constrained optimisation
    S. W. Funke
    Oslo, 2015
  518. Role of CSF flow in the pathogenesis of Syringomyelia
    V. Haughton and K.-A. Mardal
    ASNR 53rd Annual Meeting & The Foundation of the ASNR Symposium 2015, April 25 – 30, 2015; Chicago, Illinois, 2015
  519. Plenary Lecture: Computational models for the cardiovascular system and uncertainty quantification
    L. R. Hellevik
    28th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics (NSCM28), Tallinn, Estonia, 2015, October 22-23, 2015
  520. Direct numerical simulations expose fluctuations in the cerebrospinal fluid hydrodynamics of Chiari malformation
    K. Jain
    ECI conference on CFD in Medicine and Biology II, Albufeira, Portugal, 2015, September, 2015
  521. On the modeling of transitional physiological flows
    K. Jain
    ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference, Aachen, Germany, 2015, July, 2015
  522. Exploring the critical Reynolds number for transition in intracranial aneurysms
    K. Jain
    Computational and mathematical biomedical engineering, Cachan, France, 2015, July, 2015
  523. Assessment and quantification of transitional flow in intracranial aneurysms
    K. Jain
    Summer biomechanics, bioengineering and biotransport conference, Utah, USA, 2015, June, 2015
  524. High Order Cut Finite Elements Methods
    A. Johansson
    SIAM CSE 15, Salt Lake City, 2015
  525. High Order Cut Finite Element Methods for the Stokes Problem using Fenics Multimesh Features
    A. Johansson
    FEniCS '15, London, 2015
  526. Nitsche Cut Finite Element Methods with Higher Order Elements
    A. Johansson
    USNCCM13, San Diego, 2015
  527. Cut composite mesh methods
    A. Johansson
    Enumath 2015, Ankara, 2015
  528. Significance of passive material parameters in mechanical models of the heart
    S. Kallhovd, J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    Lugano, Switzerland, 2015
  529. Implicitly adaptive time stepping
    B. Kehlet
    Oslo, Simula Research Laboratory, 2015
  530. Effect of Spinal Cord Viscoelasticity on Its Response to CSF Pressure Waves: a Computational Study
    N. Kylstad, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and M. E. Rognes
    ASNR 53rd Annual Meeting & The Foundation of the ASNR Symposium 2015, April 25 – 30, Chicago, Illinois, 2015
  531. Towards an Adaptive Einstein-Vlasov Solver
    A. Logg
    Oslo, Simula Research Laboratory, 2015
  532. How many ionic models do we need for modelling of the atria?
    M. Maleckar
    Atrial Signals 2015, 2015
  533. Putting the pieces together: towards supplementing sparse clinical data with multi physics simulation
    M. Maleckar
    Foundation Teofilo Rossi di Montelera Forum 2015, 2015
  534. Poroelastic modeling of Syringomyelia - the effects of pia mater, central canal, median fissure, white and grey matter on pressure wave propagation and fluid movement within the cervical spinal cord
    K.-A. Mardal
    International Hydrocephalus Imaging Working Group, Chicago, 2015
  535. On the complexity of the Cerebrospinal fluid flow in the upper spinal column – is the assumption of laminar flow appropriate?
    K.-A. Mardal, K. Jain, K.-H. Støverud, G. Ringstad and P. K. Eide
    Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics Society Meeting, Amiens, 2015
  536. Computational modelling of the biomechanics in the central nervous system – Chiari and syringomyelia
    K.-A. Mardal
    Complex materials; Mathematical models and numerical methods, Oslo, 2015
  537. Flows in complex geometries such as blood vessels and the central nervous system
    K.-A. Mardal
    EarthFlows kick-off meeting, Oslo, 2015
  538. Computational modelling of the biomechanics in the central nervous system – Chiari and syringomyelia
    K.-A. Mardal
    Simpla meeting, Oslo, 2015
  539. Computational modelling of the biomechanics in the central nervous system – Chiari and syringomyelia
    K.-A. Mardal
    Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, 2015
  540. Biomedical Computing at Simula Research Laboratory
    M. E. Rognes
    UNICAT Kick-off meeting, Porto, Portugal (Invited), 2015
  541. Introduction to dolfin-adjoint and its applications in cardiac electrophysiology
    M. E. Rognes
    2015 Summer School in Computational Physiology: Models, Tools, and Techniques for Cardiac Applications, 2015
  542. A 2-day training course in FEniCS and dolfin-adjoint
    M. E. Rognes
    NGCM Summer Academy, University of Southampton, 2015
  543. The FEniCS and Dolfin-adjoint Projects
    M. E. Rognes
    NGCM Summer Academy, University of Southampton, 2015
  544. Towards a Unified Framework for Automated a Posteriori Error Estimation and Adaptivity in Space-Time
    M. E. Rognes, B. Kehlet, A. Logg and M. S. Alnæs
    SIAM CSE, Salt Lake City, USA, 2015
  545. Identifying the Parameters of the Heart: Variational Data Assimilation in Cardiac Mechanics Using Dolfin-Adjoint
    M. E. Rognes, G. Balaban, J. Sundnes and M. S. Alnæs
    FEniCS '15, Imperial College London, UK, 2015
  546. New simulation technology driven by medical challenges: the Biomedical Computing Department @ Simula
    M. E. Rognes
    Oslo, Simula Research Laboratory, 2015
  547. Contributions of residual strains, hyperelasticity models, and muscle fiber activation on mitral valve systolic performance
    B. H. Skallerud and V. E. Prot
    9. European Solid Mechanics Conference, Madrid, 2015, 2015
  548. Towards robust clinical assessment of arterial compliance
    J. Sturdy, V. G. Eck, J. Feinberg, H. P. Langtangen and L. R. Hellevik
    28th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2015
  549. Computational models of electro-mechanical interactions in the heart
    J. Sundnes, S. U. Gjerald and S. Wall
    University of Uppsala, 2015
  550. On the assumption of laminar ow in the cerebrovas- culature: Implications for CFD insights into aneurysm initiation and rupture?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in Medicine and Biology II, An Engineering Conferences International (ECI) Conference series. Albufeira, Portugal, 2015
  551. Lessons learned from simulating blood flow in the brain: Preaching to the converted?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    MPNS COST Action MP1404 Simulation and pharmaceutical technologies for advanced patient-tailored inhaled medicines, Parma, Italy, 2015
  552. The 2015 Aneurysm CFD Challenge: Are we there yet?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    American Society of Mechanical Engineers Validation and Verification meeting, New York, USA., 2015
  553. The 2015 Aneurysm CFD Challenge: Variability of Segmentations, Hemodynamics, and Hemodynamic Indices: Qualitative and Preliminary Results - Incremental updates
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in Medicine and Biology II, An Engineering Conferences International (ECI) Conference series. Albufeira, Portugal, 2015
  554. Can Highly Resolved Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations Shed New Light on Aneurysm Initiation?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    Accounting for complexity in blood flow modelling, Uncertainty Quantification in Predictive Computational Vascular Mechanics, Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering, Paris, France., 2015
  555. Are computer simulations misleading us about the nature of blood flow in the brain?
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    NSCM-28 - 28th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2015
  556. The 2015 Aneurysm CFD Challenge: Variability of Segmentations, Hemodynamics, and Hemodynamic Indices: Qualitative and Preliminary Results
    K. Valen-Sendstad
    Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering & Biotransport Conference, Utah, USA, 2015
  557. Optimization Problems on Dynamical Domains with Non-Matching Meshes
    J. S. Dokken
    29th Nordic Seminar on Computational mechanics, 2016
  558. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    University of Marburg, 2016
  559. Scalable bifurcation analysis of nonlinear PDE
    P. E. Farrell
    University of Warwick, 2016
  560. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    University of Lugano, 2016
  561. Nonlinear solvers for variational fracture mechanics
    P. E. Farrell
    World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Seoul,, 2016
  562. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    Schlumberger Abingdon Technology Centre, 2016
  563. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs,
    P. E. Farrell
    Uppsala University, 2016
  564. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    Lund University, 2016
  565. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    Tufts University, 2016
  566. Deflation techniques for distinct solutions of nonlinear PDEs
    P. E. Farrell
    University of Manchester, 2016
  567. nbdime: diffing and merging notebooks
    V. T. Fauske, M. S. Alnæs and B. Ragan-Kelley
    JupyterDay Orsay, 2016
  568. nbdime: Notebook Diffing and Merging
    V. T. Fauske, M. S. Alnæs and B. Ragan-Kelley
    EuroSciPy 2016, Erlangen, Germany, 2016
  569. Designing Tidal Turbine Arrays With PDE-constrained Optimisation
    S. W. Funke
    Pilsen, Czech Republic, 2016
  570. Introduction to FEniCS and dolfin-adjoint
    S. W. Funke
    Symposium on the Application of Finite Elements in Physics and Engineering, University of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2016
  571. Designing Tidal Turbine Arrays With PDE-constrained Optimisation
    S. W. Funke
    ESCO 2016, Plzeň, Czech Republic, 2016
  572. MultiMesh: FEM on arbitrarily many intersecting meshes
    A. Johansson
    Crete, Greece, 2016
  573. Solving singular problems. The right way.
    M. Kuchta
    FEniCS'16 Workshop, Simula Research Laboratory, Oslo, Norway, 2016
  574. Heterogeneous HPC solutions in cardiac electrophysiology
    J. Langguth
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA, 2016
  575. Hierarchical partitioning of unstructured meshes in cardiac electrophysiology
    J. Langguth
    Third Workshop on Programming Abstractions for Data Locality (PADAL'16), Kobe, Japan, 2016
  576. Modelling and simulation of viscous and poroelastic fluid flow in the brain
    J. J. Lee, K.-A. Mardal, E. Piersanti and M. E. Rognes
    FEniCS16, Simula Research Laboratory, 2016
  577. On accurate and efficient simulations of multiple-network poroelastic modelling with applications to interstitial fluid flow in the human brain
    J. J. Lee, K.-A. Mardal, E. Piersanti and M. E. Rognes
    WCCM XII & APCOM VI, Seoul, 2016
  578. Overview of the modeling of water flow in and surrounding the central nervous system
    K.-A. Mardal
    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Piza, Italy, 2016
  579. Brain & Water:computational modeling of the aging brain
    K.-A. Mardal
    MedViz conference, Bergen, 2016
  580. Variational data assimilation for blood flow simulations
    K.-A. Mardal, S. W. Funke, M. Nordaas, Ø. Evju and M. S. Alnæs
    MS at SIAM UQ, Zurich, 2016
  581. Robustness of common hemodynamics indicators with respect to numerical resolution in 38 middle cerebral artery aneurysms
    K.-A. Mardal, Ø. Evju, J. Soler and A. Frangi
    MS at WCCM16, Seoul, 2016
  582. Experimental investigation of transitional effects at low Reynolds number in blood vessels: X-ray, Microphones and Simulations
    K.-A. Mardal, V. Frostlid and A. Jensen
    EarthFlows Workshop, UiO, Oslo, 2016
  583. Poroelastic modeling of the central nervous system: Chiari and dementia
    K.-A. Mardal
    Workshop on modeling of flow in live tissue: Methodological interaction between geo and life-sciences, CMR, Fantoft, Bergen, 2016
  584. Innovative solution of unmixing problems by means of multi-penalty regularization: theoretical and algorithmical aspects
    V. Naumova
    University of Graz, 2016
  585. Dictionary Learning from Incomplete Data
    V. Naumova
    2016 SIAM Conference on Imaging Science, 2016
  586. From Big Data to Big Insights
    V. Naumova
    EUMLS Final Conference, 2016
  587. Modelling the Mitochondrial Cardiotoxicity of Chemeotherapy
    B. L. de Oliveira
    Federal University of Juiz de Fora, 2016
  588. Diffing and Merging Jupyter Notebooks with nbdime
    B. Ragan-Kelley, V. T. Fauske and M. S. Alnæs
    SciPy 2016, 2016
  589. The Numerical Waterscape of the Brain
    M. E. Rognes
    Norway-Russia workshop on Biot's equations and error estimation, Voss, Norway, 2016
  590. The FEniCS and Dolfin-adjoint Projects
    M. E. Rognes
    NGCM Summer Academy, University of Southampton, 2016
  591. A 2-day training course in FEniCS and dolfin-adjoint
    M. E. Rognes
    NGCM Summer Academy, University of Southampton, 2016
  592. The FEniCS and dolfin-adjoint projects
    M. E. Rognes
    Higher-order DG methods and finite element software for modern architectures, University of Bath, UK, 2016
  593. Developing simulation technology to solve biomedical problems: analysis, implementation and applications
    M. E. Rognes, E. Piersanti and A. Massing
    University of Uppsala, 2016
  594. High-level abstractions, algorithms and applications in forward and inverse finite element solution of PDEs
    M. E. Rognes
    Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 2016
  595. Waterscales: mathematical and computational foundations for modelling cerebral fluid flow
    M. E. Rognes
    OBCE-Simula Workshop, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway, 2016
  596. Time scales of mathematics: from basic research to societal application
    M. E. Rognes
    RCN Workshop on the Importance of Mathematics for Value Creation, Lysaker, Norway, 2016
  597. Impact of material parameter uncertainty on stress in patient specific models of the heart
    J. Sundnes, S. Kallhovd and S. Wall
    SIAM Conference on uncertainty quantification, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2016
  598. Impact of material parameter variations on stress in patient specific models of the heart
    J. Sundnes, S. Kallhovd and S. Wall
    World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Seoul, South Korea, 2016
  599. Anvendt Matematikk - hvordan bruke realfag i det virkelige liv (Applied Mathemathics)
    V. Vinje
    Nærligslivets hus, Majorstuen, Oslo, 2016
  600. Simulating Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow and Spinal Cord Movement Associated with Syringomyelia
    V. Vinje, K.-A. Mardal, V. Haughton and M. E. Rognes
    Chalmers Institute of Technology, 2016
  601. The Unified Form Language and Key Points on its Translation
    M. S. Alnæs
    SIAM CSE, Atlanta, USA, 2017
  602. 3D visualization in Jupyter Notebooks
    M. S. Alnæs, V. T. Fauske and B. Ragan-Kelley
    Luxembourg, 2017
  603. Shape Optimization with Multiple Meshes
    J. S. Dokken, S. W. Funke, A. Johansson and S. Schmidt
    Luxenbourg, 2017
  604. Shape Optimization with Multiple Meshes
    J. S. Dokken
    University of Luxembourg, 2017
  605. Bifurcation analysis of PDEs and VIs with deflated continuation
    P. E. Farrell
    University College of London, 2017
  606. Bifurcation analysis of PDEs and VIs with deflated continuation
    P. E. Farrell
    University of Bath, 2017
  607. Notebooks in Version Control - diffing and merging with nbdime
    V. T. Fauske, B. Ragan-Kelley and M. S. Alnæs
    Computational Mathematics with Jupyter workshop, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2017
  608. Automatic Adjoints of Multimesh Finite Element Discretisations
    S. W. Funke, J. S. Dokken, A. Johansson and S. Schmidt
    Atlanta, USA, 2017
  609. Machine learning with expert systems
    S. W. Funke
    Simula Research Laboratory, 2017
  610. Optimization Problems in Dynamical Domains with Unfitted Meshes
    S. W. Funke, J. S. Dokken, A. Johansson and S. Schmidt
    X-DMS 2017, Umeå, 2017
  611. The Power of Python in Science and Education
    S. W. Funke
    Tromsø, 2017
  612. High order methods on arbitrarily many intersecting meshes: Multimesh
    A. Johansson, B. Kehlet, M. G. Larson and A. Logg
    FEF 2017, Rome, 2017
  613. FEM on arbitrarily many intersecting meshes: Multimesh
    A. Johansson, B. Kehlet, M. G. Larson and A. Logg
    European Finite element fair, 2017, Milano, 2017
  614. Support Recovery in Unmixing Problems using Multi-Penalty Regularization
    T. Klock
    Hangzhou, 2017
  615. Heterogeneous Manycore Simulations in Cardiac Electrophysiology
    J. Langguth, X. Cai and J. Chai
    Tenth International Workshop on Programmability and Architectures for Heterogeneous Multicores (MULTIPROG-2017), Stockholm, Sweden, 2017
  616. Physics of oscillatory CSF Flow
    K.-A. Mardal, E. K. Lindstrøm and V. Haughton
    ASSR, San Diego, 2017
  617. Experimental investigation of transitional effects at low Reynolds number in blood vessels - X-ray, microphones and simulations
    K.-A. Mardal, V. Frostlid, A. Jensen and K. Jain
    CMBE 2017, Pittsburgh, 2017
  618. Simulating the fluid flow of the lymphatic system - extracellular fluid flow
    K.-A. Mardal, K. E. Holter and K. H. Pettersen
    The 4th CSF symposium, Atlanta, 2017
  619. Computational modeling of the glymphatic system: how is waste cleared from the brain?
    K.-A. Mardal
    HPCSE 2017, Ostrava, 2017
  620. Image separation using multi-penalty regularization
    V. Naumova
    CEA Saclay, France, 2017
  621. Advanced statistics and data analysis for blood glucose prediction and diabetes
    V. Naumova
    Universitäres Herzzentrum Hamburg, 2017
  622. Innovative solution of unmixing problems by means of multi-penalty regularization
    V. Naumova
    Applied Inverse Problems, Hangzhou, China, 2017
  623. A Computational Model for the Identification of Atrial Stunning Pathways
    B. L. de Oliveira and J. Sundnes
    2017 EMI International Conference, 2017
  624. Modelling pulsatility in the context of Normal-Pressure Hydrocephalus via multiple-network poroelasticity
    E. Piersanti, J. J. Lee, K.-A. Mardal and M. E. Rognes
    5th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering, Pittsburgh, US, 2017
  625. Impact of high abstraction/high performance finite element software in biomedical computing
    M. E. Rognes
    24th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods, 2017
  626. The PDEs of our hearts and minds
    M. E. Rognes
    Women in PDEs, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2017
  627. Accurate numerical modelling of small collections of cardiac cells
    M. E. Rognes
    FEniCS'17, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2017
  628. The Waterscape of the Brain
    V. Vinje
    University of Oslo, Norway, 2017

Posters

  1. Effects of Fibroblast-Myocyte Coupling in the Infarcted Rabbit Heart
    K. McDowell, H. Arevalo, M. Maleckar, B. RC, P. G. and N. A. Trayanova
    Heart Rhythm, 2009
  2. Parallel Simulation of Dual Lithology Sedimentation
    W. Wei, S. Clark, X. Cai and A. M. Bruaset
    2009
  3. A Stochastic Model of the Ryanodine Receptor Featuring Coupled Gating and Competitive Binding of Luminal and Cytosolic Ca2+ and Mg2+
    J. E. Hake, W. E. Louch, K. Haugen, I. Sjaastad, O. M. Sejersted, A. D. McCulloch, A. P. Michailova and G. T. Lines
    2011
  4. Contributions of Multiple T-Tubules and Membrane Ca2+ Flux Localization to Sub-Cellular Ca2+ Signaling in Rabbit Ventricular Myocytes
    P. M. Kekenes-Huskey, J. E. Hake, Y. Cheng, F. Sachse, J. Bridge, A. J. McCammon and A. P. Michailova
    2011
  5. Contributions of Structural T-Tubule Heterogeneities and Membrane Ca2+ Flux Localization to Local Ca2+ Signaling in Rabbit Ventricular Myocytes
    P. M. Kekenes-Huskey, J. E. Hake, Y. Cheng, F. Sachse, J. Bridge, A. J. McCammon and A. P. Michailova
    2011
  6. Excitation-contraction Coupling in Human Atrial Myocytes: Remodeling in Atrial Fibrillation
    J. Koivumäki
    2011
  7. Rate-Dependent Regulation of Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Ca2+ ATPase in Human Atrial Myocytes
    J. Koivumäki
    2011
  8. βAR-Stimulation Causes EADs But Not DADs in Pre-Failure CAMKIIδC Transgenic Myocytes
    A. Edwards, J. E. Hake, J. H. Brown and A. D. McCulloch
    Biophysical Society annual meeting, 2012
  9. On Non-Newtonian Effects in Cerebral Aneurysms: a Computational Study on 12 Patient Specific Aneurysms
    Ø. Evju, K.-A. Mardal and K. Valen-Sendstad
    2012
  10. Modeling Calcium Sparks in a Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of a Cardiac Calcium Release Unit
    J. E. Hake, A. Edwards, Z. Yu, P. M. Kekenes-Huskey, A. P. Michailova, A. J. McCammon, M. J. Holst, M. Hoshijima and A. D. McCulloch
    2012
  11. Altered Configurations of Ca2+ Release Units Cause Slowed Ca2+ Sparks in Failing Cardiomyocytes
    J. E. Hake, H. K. Mørk, K. Hougen, I. Sjaastad, O. M. Sejersted and W. E. Louch
    2012
  12. Modeling Calcium Dynamics in Realistic Rabbit Ventricular Myocytes With Several Transverse Tubules
    P. M. Kekenes-Huskey, J. E. Hake, Y. Cheng, M. J. Holst, F. B. Sachse, J. H. Bridge, A. D. McCulloch, A. J. McCammon and A. P. Michailova
    2012
  13. Divergent Action Potential Morphology in Human Atrial Cells Vs. Tissue: Underlying Ionic Mechanisms
    J. Koivumäki, T. Christ, G. Seemann and M. Maleckar
    2012
  14. Revisiting 'Turbulence' in Cerebral Aneurysms
    K. Valen-Sendstad, K.-A. Mardal and D. A. Steinman
    2012
  15. The Afar Region: Numerical Modeling Using Geological Data
    L. Vynnytska, D. Stegman and S. Clark
    2012
  16. PDE-Constrained Optimization Problems With Box Constraints; Effective Solution and Real World Applications
    O. L. Elvetun and B. F. Nielsen
    2013
  17. Mechanisms Promoting Chronic Atrial Fibrillation: Role of Remodelled Intracellular Calcium Handling and Cellular Hypertrophy
    J. Koivumäki, M. Maleckar and P. Tavi
    2013
  18. The Controversial Late INa in Human Atrial Myocytes: a Computational Analysis of Ranolazine's Effects
    J. Koivumäki, T. Christ, U. Ravens and M. Maleckar
    2013
  19. NS5806 Partially Restores APD But Fails to Ameliorate Ca2+ Transient Dysfunction in a Computational Model of Canine Heart Failure
    M. Maleckar, G. T. Lines, J. Koivumäki, K. Calloe and J. Cordeiro
    Europace 2014, 2013
  20. Ca2+-Transient Dysfunction and Ion Channel Therapy: What Can We Gather From a Computational Model of Canine Heart Failure?
    M. Maleckar, G. T. Lines and J. Koivumäki
    , 2013
  21. Testing the Linkage Between the Galapagos Hotspot and the Caribbean Large Igneous Province (CLIP) Based on a Globally Consistent Plate Kinematic Model
    R. Nerlich, S. Clark and H.-P. Bunge
    EGU General Assembly 2013, 2013
  22. Figshare
    A. Ahmadia, C. Kees, D. S. Seljebotn, O. Čertík, J. Ring, J. Tang, R. Maynard and V. Braun
    AGU, 2014
  23. Resource Assessment of Tidal Sites Through Array Optimisation of the Number of Turbines and the Micro-Siting Design
    D. M. Culley, S. W. Funke, S. Kramer and M. D. Piggott
    2014
  24. Spontaneous Ca2+ Release and Ca2+ Waves Underlie Early and Delayed Afterdepolarizations, and Triggered Activity, in Ryanodine Receptor Mutations Associated With Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    2014
  25. Cellular Arrhythmogenesis in CPVT in a Computational Model of Cardiac Ventricular Myocyte
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    2014
  26. Spontaneous Ca2+ Release and Ca2+ Waves Underlie Early and Delayed Afterdepolarizations, and Triggered Activity in Ryanodine Receptor Mutation associated with Catecholaminergic Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    2014
  27. Cellular Arrhythmogenesis in CPVT in a computational model of cardiac ventricular myocyte
    N. Gaur, X. Cai and Y. Rudy
    2014
  28. Localization and not extent of fibrofatty infiltration is the primary factor determining conduction disturbance in a computational model of arrhythomogenic cardiomyopathy
    S. Kallhovd, V. Mezzano, S. U. Gjerald, J. Saberniak, F. Sheikh, H. Haugaa and M. Maleckar
    Biophysical Society 58th Annual Meeting, 2014
  29. Localization and not extent of fibrofatty infiltration is the primary factor determining conduction disturbance in a computational model of arrhythomogenic cardiomyopathy
    S. Kallhovd, V. Mezzano, S. U. Gjerald, J. Saberniak, F. Sheikh, H. Haugaa and M. Maleckar
    Copenhagen Meeting on Cardiac Arrhythmia, May 19-22, 2014, 2014
  30. Action Potential Repolarisation in Healthy and Fibrillating Human Atria: Contribution of Small Conductance Calcium-Activated Potassium Channels
    J. Koivumäki, L. Skibsbye, T. Christ, M. Maleckar and T. Jespersen
    2014
  31. Meta-Learning Based Blood Glucose Predictor for Diabetic Smartphone App
    V. Naumova, S. V. Pereverzyev, L. Nita and J. Poulsen
    2014
  32. Benchmarking Tidal Array Optimization: a Balance Between Impacts & Economics of the Bay of Fundy
    T. Roc, K. Thyng and S. W. Funke
    EWTEC 2015, 2014
  33. Dolfin-adjoint: Automatic adjoint models for FEniCS
    S. W. Funke, P. E. Farrell, D. A. Ham and M. E. Rognes
    The 8th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2015
  34. Dolfin-adjoint, automated adjoint models for FEniCS
    S. W. Funke, P. E. Farrell, D. Ham and M. E. Rognes
    2015
  35. Mechano-electric feedback as a source of ectopic activity
    J. Sundnes, S. Wall, V. Timmermann and A. Tveito
    Gordon Research Conference on Arrhythmia Mechanisms, Lucca, Italy, 2015
  36. Patient Specific Modeling of Cardiac Mechanics using the Active Strain Formulation
    H. Finsberg, G. Balaban, S. Wall, J. Sundnes and M. E. Rognes
    Geilo Winter School, 2016
  37. Hybrid Genetic Deflated Newton Method for Distributed-Source Optimization
    M. M. Noack and S. Day
    2016
  38. The waterscape of the brain
    E. Piersanti and M. E. Rognes
    2016
  39. FEniCS: Sustainable Software Development Practices
    M. S. Alnæs, J. Blechta, J. S. Hale, A. Logg, C. Richardson, J. Ring, M. E. Rognes and G. N. Wells
    2017
  40. Mechanical Analysis of Pulmonary Hypertension via Adjoint based Data Assimilation of a Finite Element Model
    H. Finsberg, C. Xi, J. Tan, L. Zhong, L. Lee, J. Sundnes and S. Wall
    2017
  41. Exact support recovery in unmixing problems by an altered Lasso-path algorithm for multi-penalty functionals
    T. Klock
    2017
  42. A new algorithmic differentiation tool (not only) for FEniCS
    S. Mitusch and S. W. Funke
    2017
  43. Sensitivity Analysis of Cardiac Growth Models
    L. Nikitushkina, S. W. Funke, H. Finsberg, L. C. Lee and S. Wall
    2017
  44. A data-driven framework uncovers arrhythmogenic mechanisms in a 'functionally calibrated' population of models
    M. Vagos, H. Arevalo, F. Sacco and M. Maleckar
    2017

Public Outreach

  1. Funding: Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst Programme Des Projektbezogenen Personenaustauschs DAADppp Mobility Programme Germany-Norway
    M. Burger and B. F. Nielsen
    2012
  2. Simulating Basin Evolution on GPU-Enhanced Hybrid Supercomputers
    X. Cai and M. Wen
    2012
  3. Kan Vi Regne Ut Hvem Som Får Hjerneslag?
    M. Mortensen
    2012
  4. Kan Matematikk Hjelpe Pasienter Som Har Så Lite Hode at De Blir Kronisk Syke?
    K.-H. Støverud
    2013
  5. Supercomputing-Enabled Study of Subcellular Calcium Dynamics
    X. Cai, J. E. Hake and G. T. Lines
    2014
  6. Vad går at berekna, vad går inte? Om fraktaler - matematiske fantasiskapelser - och kaos
    A. Logg
    2014
  7. Små feil, store konsekvenser
    B. Kehlet
    Åpen dag, Universitetet i Oslo, 2015
  8. Mathematics that cures us
    M. E. Rognes
    2017