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MCHBS 2021

September 28

9:00-9.10 – Opening

9.10-9.20 – Welcome address by E. Campana (CNR)

9.20-10.00 Keynote: L. Kovacs (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary), Taming cancer: control engineering based tumor therapy.

Session 1

10.00-10.20 P. Ciarletta (Polyt. Milano, Italy), Mathematical models and tools for personalized medicine.

10.20-10.40 G. Lucci (Polyt. Torino, Italy), A mechanical and computational model for glioblastoma multiforme growth and proliferation including patient-specific data.

10.40-11.00 G. Chiari (Polyt. Torino, Italy) A mathematical study of the influence of hypoxia on phenotypic heterogeneity in cancer and its impact on radiotherapy effectiveness.

11.00- 11-20 Virtual coffee break

Session 2

11.20-11.40 P. Zunino (Polyt. Milan, Italy), A multiscale computational model for microvascular oxygen transfer applied to radiotherapy.

11.40-12.00 E. C. Braun (Univ. Roma Tre, Italy), Mathematical modelling and model calibration of organ-on-chips.

12.00-12.20 N. Roselli (IAC-CNR, Italy), Short-range dynamics in immunocompetent cancer-on-chip experiment: a hybrid PDE-ODE model.

Session 3

12.20-12.40 I. Morilla (Univ. Sorbonne, Paris, France), Personalised risk predictor for acute cellular rejection in lung transplantation.

12.40-13.00 G. Fiandaca (Polyt. Torino, Italy), Tumour phenotypic heterogeneity: the impact of mixing evolutionary trade-offs with a dynamic surrounding micro-environment.

13.00-14.00 Lunch break

13.30–14.30 Poster session I (4 parallel rooms)

  • A. Procopio et al. (Univ. Magna Graecia, Italy), Nonlinear Mixed-Effects Modeling approach for the STEMI patients classification.
  • M. E. Antunes et. al. (S. Paolo State Univ., Brazil), Computational simulations of a mathematical model applied to RAI treatment for metastatic papillary thyroid cancer.
  • M. Nascimben et al. (Engisoft, Eng. Padua, Italy), Molecular fingerprint-based spiking neural network QSAR for bioconcentration prediction.
  • C. Mahapatra (Univ. California, USA), Computational modeling of action potential generation in Gallbladder smooth muscle Cell.

Session 4

14.30-14.50 A. Jain (Univ. Texas, USA), Theoretical analysis of multi-layer convection-diffusion-reaction transport for understanding and improving drug delivery.

14.50-15.10 A.Sequeira (Ist. Sup. Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal), Recent advances in the description of blood near--wall transport in aneurysm.

15.10-15.30 E. Manzoni (Univ. Padova, Italy), Modernization of a cardiovascular hydrodynamic testing system through the automation of its peripheral resistance device.

15.30-15.50 G. Bretti (IAC-CNR, Italy), Parameter estimation for cardiovascular flow modeling of fetal circulation.

15.50-16.10 Virtual coffee break

Session 5

16.10-16.30 M. El Khalifi, (Ibn Tofail Univ. Morocco), The dynamics of a Covid-19 epidemic model.

16.30-16.50 P. Sibilio (Univ. Sapienza, Roma, Italy), Network-based scenario analysis of in silico drug repurposing: the case of COVID-19.

16.50-17.10 D. Iacoviello (Sapienza Univ. Roma, Italy), Covid-19 emergency: state dependent optimal control strategy.

September 29

9:00-9.40 Keynote: M. Grassi (Univ. Trieste, Italy), Drug delivery and mathematical modeling: an historical perspective.

Session 6

9.40-10.00 D. Masiello (Univ. Edinburgh, UK), Mechanistic model of dissolution for irregularly shaped drug particles.

10.00-10.20 L. D’Orsi (IASI-CNR, Italy), Modeling of ventilator-patient interaction.

10.20-10.40 J. Jia (Univ. Edinburgh, UK), Simulation study of mechanical ventilation control system based on electrical impedance tomography.

10.40- 11.00 Virtual coffee break

Session 7

11.00-11.20 A. Fensterseifer Schmidt (Univ. Glasgow, UK), In silico modelling of endovascular drug delivery.

11.20-11.40 A. McQueen (Univ. Glasgow, UK), Preliminary approaches to understand how anti-proliferative drugs modulate in-stent restenosis.

11.40-12.00 B. Sung (UST, Korea), Analytical model for predicting the temperature-responsive behaviours of implantable and biodegradable microgel.

Session 8

12.00-12.20 P. Rochowski (Univ. Gdansk, Poland), Mass diffusion through composite systems – an electric circuit-based model.

12.20-12.40 A. Coclite (Polyt. Bari, Italy) A dynamic-immersed boundary approach for computing transport and adhesion of micro-sized carriers in narrow capillaries.

12.40-13.00 F. Conte (IASI-CNR, Italy) Recognition of gene signatures in breast cancer subtypes.

13.00-14.00 Lunch break

13.30–14.30 Poster session II (4 parallel rooms)

  • V. Fazio et. al. (Univ. Trento, Italy), A multiscale model to unveil the role of humidity and temperature in the mechanical response of protein materials.
  • G. Fiscon et al. (IASI CNR, Roma, Italy), SAveRUNNER: a network-based algorithm for drug repurposing and its application to COVID-19.
  • Sonu et al. (Indian Inst. Technology, India), Cost-effective optimal control intervention strategies implemented on a COVID-19 model under the influence of awareness: a case study on India.
  • J. Matos et al. (San Paulo State University, Brazil), Mathematical model of metastasis involving immunotherapy with CAR T cells.

Session 9

14.30-14.50 F. Iacono (Univ. Pavia, Italy), Patient-tailored lstm model for hypoglycemia prevention: an in-silico case study.

14.50-15.10 F. Di Felice (Univ. L’Aquila, Italy), Deep reinforcement learning methods for closed-loop glucose control.

15.10-15.30 I. Di Loreto (Univ. L’Aquila, Italy), Decentralized glucose control through contracts theory.

15.30-15.50 Virtual coffee break

Session 10

15.50-16.10 R. Cotta (Fed. Univ Rio Janeiro, Brazil), Diffusion-Reaction drug release model in non-homogeneous micro-capsules via integral transform.

16.10-16.30 M. Daei Daei (Ecole Polyt, Paleiseau, France), Computational modelling of stentriever thrombectomy.

16.30-16.50 M. Pompa (Univ. Catt. Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy), A new mathematical model of the human thyroid.

September 30

9:00-9.40 Keynote: D. Manca (Polyt. Milan, Italy), Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modeling for individualized medicine with control applications.

Session 11

9.40-10.00 Y. Lu (Univ. Technology Warsaw, Poland), Influence of the frequency of periodic mechanical loads on the bone tissue regeneration process.

10.00-10.20 I. Giorgio (Univ. L’Aquila, Italy), A diffusive model to describe the biological stimulus in bone remodeling.

10.20-10.40 M. Cerasuolo (Univ. Portsmouth, UK), On the use of a hybrid approach to explore drug interaction in the treatment of prostate cancer.

10.40- 11.00 Virtual coffee break

Session 12

11.00-11.20 L. Bellino (Polyt. Bari, Italy), A micromechanical-based model for axonal damage.

11.20-11.40 S. Calandrini (Univ. Perugia, Italy), Model calibration with Italian data to study the impact of SARS-CoV-2 lineages and the vaccination plan on transmissibility.

11.40-12.00 C.E. Madubueze (Fed. Univ. Agric., Makurdi, Nigeria), The role of public health education and environmental control on the transmission dynamics of schistosomiasis.

Session 13

12.00-12.20 G. Florio (Polyt. Bari, Italy) A new coarse-grained approach for the mechanical behaviour of biomacromolecules.

12.20-12.40 B.G. Galuzzi (Univ. Milan Bicocca, Italy) Differential reaction expression analysis for single-cell metabolic network.

12.40-13.00 S. Di Stefano (Polyt. Bari, Italy), Continuum modelling for cell-matrix interactions.

13.00-14.00 Lunch break

13.30–14.30 Poster session III (4 parallel rooms)

  • B. Nath (ISC-CNR, Italy), Computational modeling of drug release from a compound droplet in the presence of Poiseuille flow.
  • M. P. Borthakur (ISC-CNR, Italy), Drug release from an emulsified droplet subjected to external shear.
  • Y. Hernandez Rodriguez (Warsaw Univ. Techn., Poland), A new mathematical model for bone's remodelling with dynamic features that predicts bone's behavior.
  • N. Branecka (Warsaw Univ. Techn., Poland), Modeling the reaction of a living cell to mechanical stress in a flowing liquid.

Session 14

14.30-14.50 N. Vauchelet (Univ. Sorbonne, Paris, France), Mathematical modeling of a replacement technique to control mosquito-borne diseases.

14.50-15.10 M.K. Erdal (Univ. California, USA), Optimal experiment design for learning pharmacokinetic dynamics.

15.10-15.30 T. Azizi (Kansas State Univ, USA), Modelling gold nanoparticle biodistribution.

15.30-15.45 E. Lo Presti (IRIB-CNR, Italy), From uptake of Zoledronate acid to Isopentenyl Pyrophosphate accumulation: a practice simple mathematical model.

15.45 Closing