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Tamás István Józsa
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In-silico trials for treatment of acute ischemic stroke
PR Konduri, HA Marquering, EE Van Bavel, A Hoekstra, CBLM Majoie, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 11, 1062, 2020
232020
Boundary conditions for flow simulations of abdominal aortic aneurysms
TI Józsa, G Paál
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 50, 342-351, 2014
212014
Active and passive in-plane wall fluctuations in turbulent channel flows
TI Jozsa, E Balaras, M Kashtalyan, AGL Borthwick, IM Viola
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 2019
202019
Coupling one-dimensional arterial blood flow to three-dimensional tissue perfusion models for in silico trials of acute ischaemic stroke
RM Padmos, TI Józsa, WK El-Bouri, PR Konduri, SJ Payne, AG Hoekstra
Interface focus 11 (1), 20190125, 2021
162021
A porous circulation model of the human brain for in silico clinical trials in ischaemic stroke
TI Józsa, RM Padmos, N Samuels, WK El-Bouri, AG Hoekstra, SJ Payne
Interface Focus 11 (1), 20190127, 2021
162021
Analytical solutions of incompressible laminar channel and pipe flows driven by in-plane wall oscillations
TI Jozsa
Physics of Fluids 31 (8), 083605, 2019
72019
Modelling the impact of clot fragmentation on the microcirculation after thrombectomy
WK El-Bouri, A MacGowan, TI Józsa, MJ Gounis, SJ Payne
PLoS computational biology 17 (3), e1008515, 2021
52021
Modelling the effects of cerebral microthrombi on tissue oxygenation and cell death
Y Xue, WK El-Bouri, TI Józsa, SJ Payne
Journal of Biomechanics 127, 110705, 2021
42021
A cerebral circulation model for in silico clinical trials of ischaemic stroke
TI Józsa, WK El-Bouri, RM Padmos, SJ Payne, AG Hoekstra
CompBioMed, London, 2019
42019
Drag reduction by passive in-plane wall motions in turbulent wall-bounded flows
TI Józsa
The University of Edinburgh, 2018
42018
On the sensitivity analysis of porous finite element models for cerebral perfusion estimation
TI Józsa, RM Padmos, WK El-Bouri, AG Hoekstra, SJ Payne
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 49 (12), 3647-3665, 2021
32021
Modelling the leptomeningeal collateral circulation during acute ischaemic stroke
RM Padmos, NA Terreros, TI Józsa, G Závodszky, HA Marquering, ...
Medical Engineering & Physics 91, 1-11, 2021
22021
A novel multi-scale, multi-compartment model of oxygen transport–Towards in-silico clinical trials in the entire human brain
WK El-Bouri, Y Bing, TI Józsa, SJ Payne
CompBioMed, London, 2019
22019
Performance Evaluation of a Two-Dimensional Lattice Boltzmann Solver Using CUDA and PGAS UPC Based Parallelisation
M Szőke, TI Józsa, Á Koleszár, I Moulitsas, L Könözsy
ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) 44 (1), 2017
22017
Uncertainty quantification of coupled 1D arterial blood flow and 3D tissue perfusion models using the INSIST framework
C Miller, M Kolk, R Padmos, T Józsa, A Hoekstra
International Conference on Computational Science, 691-697, 2021
12021
On the friction drag reduction mechanism of streamwise wall fluctuations
TI Józsa, E Balaras, M Kashtalyan, AGL Borthwick, IM Viola
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 86, 108686, 2020
12020
Connecting Arterial Blood Flow to Tissue Perfusion for In Silico Trials of Acute Ischaemic Stroke
RM Padmos, TI Józsa, WK El-Bouri, SJ Payne, AG Hoekstra
CompBioMed, London, 2019
12019
Performance evaluation of a two-dimensional lattice Boltzmann solver using CUDA and PGAS UPC based parallelisation: ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software
M Szoke, TI Józsa, Á Koleszár, I Moulitsas, L Könözsy
ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software 44 (1), 8: 1-8: 22, 2017
12017
Smart coatings for drag reduction in yachts
B Józsa, T. I., Viola, I. M., Kashtalyan, M., Balaras, E., Kidd
International Conference on Innovation in High Performance Sailing Yachts …, 2017
1*2017
Validation and verification of a 2D lattice Boltzmann solver for incompressible fluid flow
TI Józsa, M Szőke, TR Teschner, L Könözsy, I Moulitsas
VII European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and …, 2016
12016
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