Cristóbal Bertoglio

Cristóbal Bertoglio
U. de Chile Researchers
PhD in Applied Mathematics, Inria and Université Paris VI, France (2012)
MSc in Structural Mechanics, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile (2007)
Diploma in Civil Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile (2006)
Institution: Universidad de Chile
Research Area:
Mathematical Mechanics and Inverse Problems
Works at:
Numerical Biomedicine
Research interests:
Numerical multi-physical and multi-scale modeling of the cardiovascular system (blood flows, cardiac electromechanics, medical image analysis).
cbertoglio (at) dim (dot) uchile (dot) cl
+56 2 2978 4610
office: 716
Bio:
Cristóbal Bertoglio earned his Diploma and M.Sc. degrees in Structural Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in 2007, and later in 2012 his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the French Institute for Computer Science (INRIA). After almost 3 years postdoctoral experience at the Technical University of Munich, he currently holds a researcher position at the Center for Mathematical Modeling at Universidad de Chile. Here he leads the Numerical Biomedicine Laboratory, with current focus on the inverse modeling of blood flows based on magnetic resonance images and the Navier-Stokes Equations.
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