12 November 2019

From November 4 to November 8 2019, the Biomedical Center of our Faculty hosted esteemed international visitors. Following up upon a long-term collaboration including one international grant funded from the Erasmus+ program, we had the honor to welcome two professors from Rome. Prof. Alberto Paoluzzi from Italian Roma Tre University and Prof. Antonio DiCarlo from CECAM-IT-SIMUL Node are specialized in the field of computational modeling and object representation. Their invited lectures “Finite Boolean Algebras for Solid Geometry Using Julia's Sparse Arrays” and “On the Gap between Solid Modeling and Physics-based Simulation” attracted the attention they deserved. They were also supplemented by a lecture of prof. Dr. Ing. Eduard Rohan, DSc., from the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia (called “Multiscale Approaches in Modeling Liver Perfusion”) and by another one of our colleague Miroslav Jirik, Ph.D. (“Software Modeling for Liver Perfusion Research”). The meeting also helped us determine the direction of future research within the AMTMI project – Application of Modern Technologies in Medicine and Industry supported from European Regional Development Fund (No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/17_048/0007280).