Last 23th-25th of September, some PersonalizeAF members, including Early Stage Researchers and Supervisors, attended the Atrial Signals Conference 2021 in Karlsruhe (Germany) http://www.atrial-signals.kit.edu/.
The conference was organized by joint forces of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBT) and the Städtisches Klinikum Karlsruhe, two renown institutions in the field of atrial modeling, signal processing, and medical care. Axel Loewe and Olaf Dossel, both supervisors in PersonalizeAF project were organizers in this event.
This events held more than 60 invited talk sessions, given by renowed experts in the field, including the following topics:
Together with this talks, the coordinator of the project, María Guillem, from ITACA institute (Universitat Politècnica de València) had the opportunity to present the PersonalizeAF project to the public. As the representant of the whole consortium, she presented the network and the work that has been achieved so far tackling #AtrialFibrillation from a transnational and international perspective.
Our ESRs had also the chance to present their work:
-Our ESR12, Patricia Martínez, from KIT,presented her poster of the work done so far in #PersonalizeAF project: ” Influence of the Right Atrium for Arrhythmia Vulnerability: Geometry Inference Using a Statistical Shape Model” #MSCA
-Carmen Martínez, ESR2 presented ted her poster “Analyzing the effect of Catheter-Sheath Overlapping status in Local Impedance Simulations”.
-Carlos Fambuena, ESR11 , presented the poster “An evaluation on the clinical outcome prediction of rotor detection in non-invasive phase maps”
Last but not least, we could see great presentations from more PersonalizeAF members:
-Ursula Ravens from UKLFR presented “Ion channels in cardiac non-myocytes – implications for atrial fibrillation”.
-Andreu M. Climent, presented to present their ECGI cardial mapping #Acorys
-Ulrich Schotten from Maastricht University, who is supervisor of ESR5 and ESR14, presented “Remodeling of atrial tissue”, 3D structure of the fibrotic substrat
-Blanca Rodríguez presented “Computer modeling of the arrhythmogenic substrate”, including Albert Dasì’s work, ESR9 in PersonalizeAF project biatrial population of models
Without any doubt, it was a great opportunity for some members of the consortium to meet in person after more than a year of getting to know each other online. They were able to share their experiences and knowledge both inside and outside the network.
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