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Report # ISML/01/2020 Does Aneurysm Biomechanical Ratio Predict Rupture or Repair in Patients with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm? K. Miller, G.R. Joldes, A. Wittek


Report # ISML/01/2019 An explicit meshless point collocation solver for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations G. C. Bourantas


Report # ISML/01/2018 Investigating the relationship between AAA Wall Stress and symptoms exhibited by patients Tavner et al.


Report # ISML/03/2017 Maximum Principal AAA Wall Stress is Proportional to Wall Thickness Miller et al.

Report # ISML/02/2017 A simple and effective method of incorporating the effects of residual stress in the abdominal aortic aneurysm wall stress estimation Joldes et al.

Report # ISML/01/2017 BioPARR: A software system for estimating the rupture potential index for abdominal aortic aneurysms Joldes et al. BioPARR software can be downloaded here


Report # ISML/02/2014 Modified Moving Least Squares with Polynomial Bases for Scattered Data Approximation Joldes et al.

Report # ISML/01/2014 Portable Experimental Device for Determining the Mechanical Properties of Brain-Skull Interface Agrawal et al.


Report # ISML/03/2013 Final Year Thesis. Towards Non-Rigid Registration Of Whole-Body Radiographic Images, Using Patient-Specific Biomechanical Models Ovidio et al.

Report # ISML/02/2013 Evaluation of accuracy of patient-specific non-linear biomechanical models used to predict intraoperative brain shift Roy et al.

Report # ISML/01/2013 Non-linear finite element biomechanical model as a registration tool for image-guided neurosurgery: evaluation of accuracy against BSpline registration Mostayed et al.


Report # ISML/03/2011 Meshless Algorithm For Simulation of Soft Tissue Cutting For Computer-Integrated Surgery Jin et al.

Report # ISML/02/2011 Beyond Finite Element Analysis in Injury Simulation: Meshless Algorithm for Modelling of Soft Tissue Responses Undergoing Very Large Strains and Damage Jin et al.

Report # ISML/01/2011 Stable time steps for mesh-free particle methods Joldes et al. (2011) IJNME preprint


Report # ISML/03/2009, June 2009. Real-Time Nonlinear Finite Element Computations on GPU for Surgical Simulation Authors: Grand Joldes, Adam Wittek, Karol Miller

Report # ISML/02/2009, February 2009. Accuracy of Non-Linear Finite Modelling for Neurosurgical Simulation; Study Using Brain Phantom Authors: Jiajie Ma, Adam Wittek, Karol Miller

Report # ISML/01/2009, February 2009. Evaluation of the Accuracy of Nonlinear Finite Element Modelling for Predicting Intraoperative Brain Deformations: Study of Six Craniotomy Cases Authors: Adam Wittek, Grand Joldes, Karol Miller


Report # ISML/02/2007, July 2007. Mathematical Methods for Computational Soft Tissue Medical Imaging

Report # ISML/01/2007, June 2007. Mesh Free Methods of Soft Tissue Deformation in Computer Integrated Surgery II


Report # ISML/01/2006, February 2006. Mathematical Models of Brain Deformation Behaviour for Computer-Integrated Neurosurgery

Report # ISML/02/2006, May 2006. Mesh Free Methods for Soft Tissue Deformation in Computer Integrated Surgery

Report # ISML/03/2006, June 2006. Initial Investigative Report on Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus