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Matching online faces with funny people

Matching online faces with funny people It has been a long time but always for a good reason 😉 It sounds crazy but today is exactly one year since I started my PhD in Karlsruhe. I have not always been happy during corona winter months, but we made it until here and finally it happened: …

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Gutta cavat lapidem

Gutta cavat lapidem Hi everybody, it’s been a while, but here I am again. The past months have been quite intense, many collaborations in the pipeline and a lot of networking. Those of you who follow me on twitter might already know that I participated in a scientific retreat (CRC). It’s been a somehow unexpected …

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Creating a virtual heart

Creating a virtual heart To produce a piece of art you will first need a canvas Patricia Martínez Díaz  27. September. 2021 Hey! Welcome back. It’s been almost a year since the beginning of my PhD and I would like to celebrate my first 12 months working as a researcher by sharing with you a …

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We are real people!

We are real people! For the first time since the beginning of PersonalizeAF, we have finally met each other in person (partially)! In the words of a certain punk-pop band, summer has come and passed, and it is almost time to wake them up by the end of September. I am a little bit behind …

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Decision-making under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases

Decision-making under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases Happy readers, Today I would like to discuss with you a paper by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman [*] about the heuristics that used by people when making judgments in uncertain conditions. In their work, the authors review the influence of representativeness, information availability, as well as adjustment and …

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Application of 3D printing in cardiology and Atrial fibrillation:

Application of 3D printing in Cardiology and Atrial fibrillation: This post explains the importance and application of modern manufacturing technology “3D printing” in cardiology to better understand cardiac models. 3D printing is an intersection of printing and materials-engineering. Non-invasive diagnostic imaging and computer-aided design (CAD) and intervention in the heart’s structure. Cardiology’s uses developed by this …

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Echocardiography and Atrial fibrillation

Echocardiography and Atrial fibrillation This post is about echocardiography and its application in atrial fibrillation An echocardiogram (echo) is a test that uses high frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to make pictures of your heart. The test is also called echocardiography or diagnostic cardiac ultrasound. An echo uses sound waves to create pictures of the heart’s …

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Evolution and documentation

Evolution and documentation This month’s post is a reflection on the human nature and poorly written codes Summer finally arrived in the Netherlands with a pretty hot weather even for my Brazilian standards, and I have thankfully been able to spend more and more time outside and even get some color (which in my case …

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Snapping out of confinement

Snapping out of confinement some tunnels happen to be longer than others but there’s always a light at the end of every tunnel Hey everyone! This is Narimane early-stage researcher number 10 from Bordeaux. This is my time of the month when I sit down, hit the pause button, and think about my failures and …

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