On the days 11th to 13th of September, two researchers from the CDRSP attended a ceramic materials science conference, “Shaping 7”, which took place at the University of Aveiro and was arranged by the European Ceramic Society (ECERS), the Portuguese Ceramic Society and the Aveiro University. On the first day, Researcher Vicente Caneiro presented his work developed at CDRSP about “Applying Additive Manufacturing of Glass in the Automatic Glass [+]
Seminar: Electric fields in the human central nervous system: computational models of new non-invasive techniques
Professor Pedro Cavaleiro Miranda, Associate Professor in the Physics Department of the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon, presented a talk entitled Electric fields in the human central nervous system: computational models of new non-invasive techniques last 6 of august 2019 at the CDRSP Seminars 2019.
On August 1st, CDRSP received a visit led by Pedro Santana Lopes following the Challenge 3 proposed by POÇO – Equipamentos Industriais presented at the European Study Group with Industry organized by CDRSP from 1 to 5 of july 2019. To address this challenge a mathematical model that allows to calculate in a transparent and clearly away the variable amount of fees that each Company has to pay to [+]
On July 31, the seminar “Ongoing R&D at ALLAB: Challenges & Opportunities” took place at CDRSP. The speakers were Ana R. Gouveia, Assistant Professor at Faculty of Health Sciences in University of Beira Interior (UBI, Covilhã, Portugal), and Nuno Pombo, assistant Professor at University of Beira Interior (UBI, Covilhã, Portugal). The CDRSP thanks the speakers and everyone present at the seminar.
Seminar | Electric fields in the human central nervous system: computational models of new non-invasive techniques | 06-08-2019 | 12:00h
Abstract: Current interest in the non-invasive application of electric fields to the human central nervous system is driven by the development of new techniques such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), or tumor treating fields (TTFields). In this talk we will describe these techniques and the computational models we have developed to predict the electric field induced in the brain, spinal cord or brain tumor. [+]