Neurohydrodynamics working group meeting
The Neurohydrodynamics Working Group (NWG) is an informal focus group comprised of medical doctors and engineers from different institutions around the world. Anyone is welcome to join by attending the meeting in person or virtually (see virtual meeting attendance information below).
The NWG meets on the last Thursday of every month (usually) from 14-15h CEST at the EPFL BM 5204 room. In general, we have one presentation (20-30 minutes) and then an open discussion about current projects / ideas.
Neurohydrodynamics working group meeting schedule (winter/spring 2012):
- Thursday, January 26 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
- Thursday, February 23 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
- Thursday, March 22 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
- Thursday, April 26 - TBD
- Thursday, May 31 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
- Thursday, June 28 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
- Thursday, July 26 - BM 5204, 14 to 15h CEST
Past presentations (in .pdf format)
Past presentations at the NWG are shown below. If you are interested to make a presentation at the next meeting please send an email to .
- Mathematical modelling of hydrocephalus and the infusion test, Almut Eisentraeger, March 22, 2012. click here to see the audiovisual presentation
- MR Image-Based Hydrodynamics in Type I Chiari Malformation, Nick Shaffer, M.S., February 23, 2012.
- Living on the edge: the functional neuroanatomy of the cortical subarachnoid space-brain surface interface, Aristotelis Filippidis, M.D., Ph.D., January 26, 2012.
- Fluid dynamics of drug spread in the intrathecal space, Navid Borhani, Ph.D., November 24, 2011.
Meeting minutes and agenda
Virtual meeting attendance
If you are not able to attend in person, you can join the meeting virtually anytime by going to http://meeting.neurohydrodynamics.com. You will be asked to input your name, location and email and then able to join directly via your web browser (no software installation is needed besides updating your java). If possible, please join 5 or 10 minutes before the meeting start so you can check your sound connection.