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Jorge Tiago

Institutional Address

Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)
Av. Rovisco Pais 1
1049-001 LISBOA


Phone: +351218419753 | Email: jftiago@math.tecnico.ulisboa.pt | Web: www.math.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/~jftiago/

Position

Assistant Professor, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa

Area

Mathematical Modeling in Biomedicine

Principal Area

Cardiovascular Mathematics

Other Area

Optimal Control and Applications

Qualifications

  • PhD in Mathematics (2010), Faculty of Sciences - University of Lisbon.

Papers in International Journals

Papers or Chapters in Edited Books

Communications in Conference Proceedings

Thesis

Papers in National Scientific Journals

 Supervision of master theses

  • Supervision of the Master Numerical simulations of atherosclerotic plaque growth using experimental data, Carolina Brites, IST-ULisboa. 2018.
  • Supervision of the Master thesis  A numerical approximation for the Navier-Stokes equations using the Finite Element Method, João Marques, IST-ULisboa, 2016.
  • Co-supervision of the Master thesis  Numerical Simulation of Dilatation Patterns of the Ascending Aorta in Aortopathies, Diana Oliveira, IST-ULisboa, 2016.
  • Supervision of the Master thesis  Analysis of hemodynamic indicators in Bicuspid Aortic Valves using a computational mathematical model Ana Torrado, IST-ULisboa, 2015.
  • Co-supervision of the Master thesis  Computational hemodynamic indicators after arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries, Laura Sumares, IST-ULisboa. Ongoing.
  • Supervision of the Master thesis An automatic geometric analysis of pressure acquisitions under contrast induced hyperaemia. Marta Alves, IST-ULisboa. Ongoing. 

Supervision of PhD theses

  • Co-supervisor of Iolanda Velho, Study of cerebral aneurysms through experimental bio-markers and computational hemodynamics. Ongoing. Supervisor: Adélia Sequeira (IST).

Seminars

Aplicações da Matemática a Simulações do Sistema Cardiovascular  (2016-11-11) Sala 3.10
Data Driven Computations in the Life Sciences (Autumn School) (2015-11-09)