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BioIRC Ltd, Bioengineering R&D Center, Kragujevac (Serbia)

BioIRC Ltd, Bioengineering R&D Center, Kragujevac (Serbia)
Organisation: BioIRC Ltd
Country: Serbia
Contact person(s): Prof. Nenad Filipovic
Position: Vice-director
Email: fica@kg.ac.rs
Phone: +381 34 500 088
Who we are: 

BioIRC is a R&D centre devoted to the development of computational methods and software for various problems in engineering and bioengineering. The research is largely based on the finite element method applied to solids, fluids, modelling of physical fields, multiphysics, and various coupled problems. The solvers are accompanied by state-of-the art computer graphics as well as image processing methods and 3D medical image reconstructions.

Expertise areas:  Biotechnology ,  Embedded systems ,  Real time systems ,  Verification and validation ,  Monitoring and Control Networks ,  Distributed parameter systems ,  System identification ,  Parameter estimation ,  Fuzzy ,  Genetic Algorithms ,  Modelling and model-based engineering
Main achievements:
  • Medical software: Simulating Blood Flow Through Arteries
  • Advanced simulations predicting the rupture of the aneurysm for specific patients
  • Revolutionary tool for cardiovascular surgical prediction and intervention
  • Developing simulations to characterize the effect of flow in plaque formation, the wall shear stress and the behaviour of deformable walls, to predict stress and strain distribution in the blood vessel tissue in the active and passive conditions
  • SPINEsoft: Simulating Cartilage Mechanics: Spinal motions segment - intervertebral disc, intradiscal pressure
  • Mechanical response of a lumbar motion segment in axial torque combined with compression, complex spinal loads during dynamic lifting tasks
International experience:
  • FP7 IP ARTreat: Multi-level patient-specific artery and atherogenes
  • FP7 MUST Multifunctional materials for future vehicles
  • NIH/NHLBI BRP-R01 HL070542, 09/15/03-08/31/08
  • Bioengineering Research Partnership, Particles in the Developing Lung: Bioengineering Approach
  • Large number of other international projects
Collaboration interest:
  • R&D Projects under FP7-ICT, FP7-HEALTH, SPACE, NMP, Maria Currie, SME calls
  • Joint R&D activities
  • Exchange of PhD/young researchers
Scientific publications:
  • Filipovic N., M. Ivanovic, D. Krstajic and M.Kojic, Hemodynamic Flow Modeling through an Abdominal Aorta  Aneurysm Using Data Mining Tools, IEEE - Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, Mar;15(2):189-94 (2011)
  • Filipovic, N., M. Kojic, M. Ferrari, Dissipative Particle Dynamics Simulation of Circular and Elliptical Particles Motion in 2D Laminar Shear Flow, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics,  10, 5, 1127-1134, 2010.
  • Filipovic, N., Kojic, M., Tsuda, A., Мodeling thrombosis using dissipative particle dynamics method, Phil Trans Royal, A 366(1879), 2008
  • Filipovic N, Milasinovic D, Zdravkovic N, Böckler D, von Tengg-Kobligk H., Impact of aortic repair based on flow field computer simulation within the thoracic aorta, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 101(3):243-52 (2011)
Additional information:

Number of researchers: 30



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