Cristian Linte (RIT PI), Niels Otani (RIT Co-PI), and Suzanne Shontz (KU PI)
National Science Foundation (NSF) CDS&E Project
"CDS&E: Collaborative Research: A Computational Framework for Reconstructing and Visualizing Myocardial Active Stresses"


We gratefully acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation through NSF OAC grants 1808553 (University of Kansas) and 1808530 (Rochester Institute of Technology).
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF OAC grants 1808553 and 1808530. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of Suzanne Shontz, Cristian Linte, Niels Otani, their research groups, and their collaborators, and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.



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Education Results

Short Course

Suzanne M. Shontz, "Introduction to Moving Meshes", Short Course, 28th International Meshing Roundtable, October 2019.

Outreach Results

Middle School Summer Camp

In Summer 2019, I teamed up with Fariba Mohammadi (KU), Dr. Cristian Linte (RIT), Dr. Niels Otani (RIT), and Will Byron (RIT), to offer a middle school summer camp (for students entering grades 6-9) at the University of Kansas. The two-day summer camp was entitled "Hands-On 3D Design and Manufacture of Medical Devices" and focused on imaging, computer algorithms, computer-aided design, geometric models, meshes, and 3D printing for biomedical applications. Click here for the program.

High School Virtual Summer Camp

In Summer 2020, Fariba Mohammadi and I gave virtual presentations at the RIT Mathematical Sciences Virtual Summer Camp for high school students. Our presentations were on mesh generation and biomedical mesh generation.

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