The positions aims at developing and implementing a particle-mesh model (SPH-FEM or MPS-FEM) coupled by boundary integrals, in order to accelerate large scale numerical simulations of fluid-structure interactions involving free-surface flows and deformable structures.
The objective is the development of multiscale domain decomposition methods and its implementation in a high-performance computing environment, for the direct numerical simulation of incompressible flows.
This position focuses on detecting and forecasting floods using images and thus automating flood identification without human intervention.
Project aims at identifying new biomarkers for metabolic diseases based on cutting-edge technology, such as single-cell RNA sequencing.
This project aims to unravel the risk factors and mechanisms underlying the greater susceptibility of elderly and obese individuals to progression to the severe stage of COVID-19.
The project involves the mathematical modeling of blood flow through an artificial heart valve which consists of a titanium ring attached to a special flexible polymer.
Group affiliated with the Center for Research on Inflammatory Diseases showed that the parasite blocks the action of an enzyme using autophagy.
The project aims to identify peptides derived from animal venoms with antitumor and immunomodulatory potential, evaluated in models of cutaneous melanoma and experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis.
HUG-CELL researchers studied the case of identical twins in which only one sibling was reinfected and developed complications after a second exposure to the virus. Their analysis showed that the adaptive immune response can be different even between individuals with the same genome.
A study at HUG-CELL analyzed genetic material from 86 couples in which only one spouse was infected. The results suggest that more frequent variants in the resistant spouses could lead to more efficient activation of natural killer (NK) cells, which are part of the innate immune system.
RIDC OCRC researchers reveal the mechanisms whereby SARS-CoV-2 disrupts the regulation of inflammation, coagulation and blood pressure when it infects alveolar cells, responsible for gas exchange in the lungs.
A simple and affordable solution developed by researchers at CeRTEV and a Nigerian collaborator eliminates even multi-resistant bacteria. Clay, papaya seeds and banana peel are among the raw materials used by the group.
Molecule with potential to treat multiple sclerosis and asthma passes toxicology testing in zebrafish
Study conducted at CeTICS shows that anti-inflammatory peptide TnP could lead to drug development.
In an article published in PLOS ONE, scientists at RIDC OCRC describe the impact of hypoproteinemia on the expression of microRNAs associated with kidney development in rat embryos.
Project at the Center for Computing in Engineering and Sciences focus on solutions for Science- and Engineering-related problems using a fiber-optics interconnected FPGA cluster that works as a fast Multi-FPGA architecture.