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“Pulmonary Drug Delivery: Computational Fluid Particle Dynamics and Emerging Functional Imaging Technologies” Prague, October 18-19, 2016 http://www.siminhale-cost.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Prague-Workshop.pdf
“Pulmonary Drug Delivery: Computational Fluid Particle Dynamics & Emerging Functional Imaging Technologies” Prague, October 18-19, 2016 PDF File
Visit Action MP1404 at http://www.siminhale-cost.eu As a result of the culmination of several scientific and technological developments, we are on the verge of technological breakthroughs in the field of inhaled medicines that will revolutionize the treatment of many acute or chronic respiratory and systemic illnesses. However, knowledge in the field is vertically fragmented and compartmentalized in …
The first joint University of Cyprus – Technion workshop on Fluid Mechanics and Bioflows will be held from May 6th through May 8th 2015 at the premises of UCY-CompSci in Nicosia.
Prof. S. Kassinos was recently elected as the delegate of Cyprus to the European Respiratory Sociery (http://www.ersnet.org) for the period September 2015 to September 2018.
Workshop Organized by UCY-COMPSCI Assessment of the performance of the ASBM turbulence closure in biomedical fluid flows You are cordially invited our workshop on May 23, 2014. It will take place at the Nireas building (conference room) 96 Kyrenias street, Aglantzia. The ASBM is an advanced Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) model of turbulence that holds …
Orion and Canis serve different needs. Orion is used for running big production jobs with in-house codes that do not need frequent library updates. Canis was designed for use by the students and staff of the Center for learning and for running software that need continuous updates of libraries and compilers. In fact, Canis is …
UCY-CompSci’s main computational system Orion has been upgraded to 64 computational nodes. Each node features dual Opteron 244 processors and 2 Gb of memory. For more information about Orion visit the link to Orion’s own site given below. External Links www. orion.eng.ucy.ac.cy/
UCY-CompSci’s main computational system Orion has been upgraded to 48 computational nodes. Each node features dual Opteron 244 processors and 2 Gb of memory. For more information about Orion visit the link to Orion’s own site given below. www. orion.eng.ucy.ac.cy