VPH2020 Conference going online!

When: 26/08/2020 - 28/08/2020
Where: On-line
"When models, methods and experiments meet the clinics" 26 - 28 August 2020. The Abstract submission is closed. Abstract acceptance has already been sent around.

The International Conference on the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) is a conference series held biennially on even years, whose objective is to provide a forum for the discussion and the dissemination of the broad field of in silico medicine. The conference is an opportunity for researchers from all over the world to establish collaborations regardless of geopolitical barriers, identifying areas of cooperation, and promoting the development of partnerships for new research and educational initiatives in the area of in silico medicine.

The next VPH2020 conference will take place from 26 to 28 August 2020. Given the uncertainty related to the current pandemic, the conference has been changed into a completely virtual format.

The conference will have a very strong connection to medical applications throughout the program and will focus on "When models, methods and experiments meet the clinics". To that end, at least one of the three plenary speakers will be a medical doctor active in clinical research, and at least 25% of the scientific committee will be MDs. 

The major themes of the conference will be:

  • Fundamental modeling: muscles; bones; hemodynamics...
  • Methodologies: inverse problems; reduced modeling and meta modeling; multiscale modeling; combining modeling and big data...
  • Experiments meet modeling: cells; soft tissues; bones..
  • Clinical applications: cardiovascular; cancer; lungs and airways; orthopedics; surgical decision; monitoring...

A short teaser can be found here:

Important dates:

Conference registration opens soon!

Full information on the conference can be found on the official website https://vph2020.sciencesconf.org/

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