Biography: Dr. Hongzhi Wang has got his doctorate degree in radio physics from Shanghai Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Kay Laboratory, East China Normal University in 2011. And he worked as a visiting scholar to study nuclear magnetic imaging at MGH/HST Martinis Center for Biomedical Imaging in 2014. He has been working on the development of NMR technology for 20 years, including hardware, software and applications and successfully developed a variety of nuclear magnetic resonance instruments and software. Dr. Wang had published more than 50 papers, obtained 10 items of authorized invention patents, 8 items of software copyrights in NMR or MRI field. At the same time, he served as a vice dean of medical imaging, Shanghai University of Medicine and Health Science.
Topic: A Simulation Software of Medical Imaging Instrument
Abstract: Based on numerical compute simulation technology, a software package (MISim) which provides virtual medical imaging instrument including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and Compute Tomography (CT) data acquisition and image reconstruction simulation was developed in recent years. Virtual data acquisition can be realized by physical-mathematics modeling the equipment and samples(phantom or human body), such as chard acquisition in CT or K-space filling progress in MRI and then reconstruct the virtual date to image as same as real CT or MRI scanner. In this software, it can carry out the influence analysis of the open parameter adjustment to the signal and the image similar to a real instrument, and the analysis of artifact features and causes based on reverse thinking.
MISim provides an effective path for MRI and CT experiments on a computer by avoiding the costly hardware and long experimental time of real MRI or CT instruments. MISim was proved to be efficient and reliable tool for the training of MRI and CT operators, engineers, and graduate students.
Biography: Dr. Kulyash Kaliyeva’s research interests are in applied mathematics and computational modeling of real life phenomena. Originally trained in pure mathematics, she came to applied mathematics projects through her interest in modeling of nonlinear problems of mathematical physics, existence and regularity of the navier-stokes problem. She is involved in a variety of interdisciplinary projects with national lab, industry collaborators from engineering, physics, and materials science.
Topic: Fundamentals of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Problem
Abstract: Fundamental research in convective heat and mass transfer has received increased attention during the last several decades. This is due to the importance of this research area in many engineering applications that can be modeled as transport through porous media in modeling flow and heat mass transfer. This research is a new emerging area in convective heat and mass transfer and design to provide researches with the mathematical tools to solve a wide range of problems with convective heat and mass transfer involving the theory nonlinear partial differential equations. Due to the mathematical theory of partial differential equations, introduced turbulent models were based on the transport equation of the most appropriate convergent-divergent motions. Convective heat and mass transfer problem is described interactions between fluctuations and their space-time directions of the different wavelengths, which have a great theoretical interest and practical importance in mathematical and physical modeling of elusive phenomena of turbulence. Here were found dependencies of the velocity vector from the pressure distribution, which make varying turbulent effects in agreement with the energy conservation law. We can get a new useful result which is introduced the strong solution of the heat mass with the energy conservation law. The close relationship between mixing and irreversible energy conversions was cleared with respect to our new approach, here we have shown the technological and principal importance of the fundamental properties of turbulent flows and has demonstrated some crucial information about potential, kinetic and static energies which indicate mechanics of the turbulent flows.