Bandung, April 1st 2019.
We are so delighted to received the news which mark our new international collaboration research with Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, Japan. This project entitled ‘Numerical Simulations as Evaluation Method for Biofluidic Experiment’ which has been granted by a project grant under the program of General Collaborative Research Project 2019.
With this collaboration, we plan to work together with the focus on computational analysis based on numerical simulation to improve our understanding of many biomedical phenomena such as cellular movement, bio-model, and medical device.
This project is lead by Dr. Putra (MIL, ITB) and Asst. Prof. Anzai (IFS, Tohoku).