Recent News

Randles Lab featured at R&D

November 8, 2017

Research from the Randles Lab is featured in the article "Duke University... read more

Madhurima's work is accepted as a poster to 24th IEEE HiPC

November 2, 2017

Madhurima Vardhan's work was accepted to the HiPC Student Research Symposium 2017 at the 24th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing, Data, and Analytics to be held December 18-21, 2017 in Jaipur, India.  The title of the poster is 'Massively... read more

Review article published in Trends in Biotechnology

October 18, 2017

A new review article from Prof. Randles with collaborators David Frakes and Jane Leopold was published this week in Trends in Biotechnology titled 'Computational Fluid Dynamics and Additive Manufacturing to Diagnose and Treat Cardiovascular Disease'.  

Randles Lab at BMES

October 12, 2017

Brad, Daniel, Ismael, Maddie, and Mahsa are all at the BMES Annual Meeting October 11-14, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona.  On Thursday, Madhurima Vardhan will be presenting her talk titled '... read more

Mahsa presents at the 2017 Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting

October 5, 2017

Mahsa Dabagh presents her digital poster titled 'Hemodynamic and Morphological Characteristics of a Growing Patient-Specific Cerebral Aneurysm' at the 2017 Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting (CNS) in Boston, MA from October 7-11... read more

Prof. Randles selected to attend the NAE 2017 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

September 28, 2017

Prof. Randles was selected to attend the National Academy of Engineering 2017 US Frontiers of Engineering Sympoisum this year from September 25-27, 2017 in East Hartford, CT.

Prof. Randles featured in 2017 DEIXIS

September 21, 2017

The 2017 Deixis includes an alumni profile on Prof. Randles entitled 'Plumbing virtual vessels'. 

Prof. Randles will serve on panel at the National Youth Leadership Forum: Explore STEM

June 12, 2017

Prof. Randles was invited to participate in the Career Panel for the National Youth Leadership Forum: Explore STEM program at Wake Forest University on Thursday June 22.

Simon wins the Howard G. Clark Award!

May 15, 2017

Simeng (Simon) Song was awarded the Howard G. Clark Award for excellence in undergraduate research.  Congrats Simon!  

Professor Randles to give talk at UNC

April 14, 2017

Professor Randles will give a talk at the UNC Applied Mathematics Colloquium on April 21st.

John and Maddie's paper is accepted for publication at PASC!

April 14, 2017

John and Maddie's paper 'A computational framework to assess the influence of changes in vascular geometry on blood flow' is one of only thirteen papers chosen for publication at the Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing (PASC).  

Professor Randles to give talk at NC State

April 14, 2017

Professor Randles will give a talk at the NC State Complex Matter & Biophysics Seminar on April 13, 2017.

John's paper is accepted to the International Conference on Computational Science!

March 23, 2017

John’s paper title 'Numerical simulation of a compound capsule in a constricted microchannel’ was accepted for publication at the International Conference on Computational Science.

Stephanie is featured on the Pratt website

March 1, 2017

Stephanie Musinsky, an undergraduate researcher in our lab, is featured in a new article on the Pratt website titled Simulating Many Heartbeats. She is doing great work to extend the time domain covered by HARVEY... read more

Professor Randles to give Keynote at the International HPC Summer School 2017

February 26, 2017

Prof. Randles will be giving the Keynote at the International HPC Summer School 2017 this June in Boulder, CO.

Two minisymposia have been accepted to PASC17

February 22, 2017

Two minisymposia organized by Prof. Randles have been accepted to The Platform for Scientific Computing Conference (PASC17) that will be held in June in Lugano, Switzerland.

Professor Randles to present at New Frontiers in Data and Computation

January 15, 2017

Prof. Randles will give a talk on the lab's work enabling massively parallel simulations of human hemodynamics at the New Frontiers in Data and Computation event of the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium.

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