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 ====== Alireza Yazdani ====== ====== Alireza Yazdani ======
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   * [[https://​scholar.google.com/​citations?​user=v-CZSq8AAAAJ&​hl=en|Google Scholar]]   * [[https://​scholar.google.com/​citations?​user=v-CZSq8AAAAJ&​hl=en|Google Scholar]]
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 ===== Research Interests and Activities ===== ===== Research Interests and Activities =====
-I joined Division of Applied Mathematics and the CRUNCH Group at Brown University in 2013 as a post-doctoral research associate. My research interests at Brown is broad and focused on the multiscale, multiphysics nature of biological processes. I am mainly studying blood coagulation and thrombus biochemomechanics in the vasculature especially in aneurysms and aortic dissections.+I joined Division of Applied Mathematics and the CRUNCH Group at Brown University in 2013 as a post-doctoral research associate. My research interests at Brown is broad and mostly ​focused on the multiscale, multiphysics nature of biological processes. I am mainly studying blood coagulation and thrombus biochemomechanics in the vasculature especially in aneurysms and aortic dissections.
  
 In computational biophysics, we often use modeling and simulations techniques in one of the spatial and temporal scales: (1) Microscale with techniques such as Molecular Dynamics, (2) Macroscale with techniques such as Continuum Theory and Finite Element Methods, and (3) intermediate Mesoscales with techniques such as Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD). These methods at each scale have their advantages and limitations,​ and multiscale modeling employing techniques across two or more spatial and temporal levels is desirable, indeed, necessary for understanding many phenomena that are intrinsically multiscale. In computational biophysics, we often use modeling and simulations techniques in one of the spatial and temporal scales: (1) Microscale with techniques such as Molecular Dynamics, (2) Macroscale with techniques such as Continuum Theory and Finite Element Methods, and (3) intermediate Mesoscales with techniques such as Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD). These methods at each scale have their advantages and limitations,​ and multiscale modeling employing techniques across two or more spatial and temporal levels is desirable, indeed, necessary for understanding many phenomena that are intrinsically multiscale.
  
-Blood coagulation is a multiscale processthe mesoscale ​modeling addresses ​the associated formation of thrombus, i.e., platelet activation and aggregation,​ including interactions with red blood cells plus the accumulation of fibrin polymers. Furthermore, ​the continuum-level modeling of unsteady blood flow interactions with the thrombosed region ​has to be taken into consideration.+Blood coagulation is a multiscale process, and hence, numerical models utilize ​the mesoscale ​DPD simulations to address ​the associated formation of thrombus, i.e., platelet activation and aggregation,​ including interactions with red blood cells plus the accumulation of fibrin polymers ​as well as the continuum-level modeling of unsteady blood flow interactions with the thrombosed region.
  
 === Areas of Expertise === === Areas of Expertise ===
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 ===== Publications and Presentations ===== ===== Publications and Presentations =====
-==== Journal Publications ​==== +=== Journal Publications === 
-  - Alireza ​Z.K. Yazdani, R. Murthy Kalluri, and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Tank-treading and tumbling frequencies ​of capsules and red blood cells.” Physical Review E, 83:046305, 2011+  - Daniel Cordasco, ​Alireza Yazdani, and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Comparison ​of erythrocyte dynamics in shear flow under different stress-free configurations.” Physics of Fluids (2014)[[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1063/​1.4871300|DOI:​ 10.1063/​1.4871300]]
-  - Alireza ​Z.K. Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Phase diagram and breathing dynamics ​of a single red blood cell and a biconcave ​capsule in dilute ​shear flow.” ​Physical Review E, 84:026314, 2011. +  - Alireza Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Influence ​of membrane viscosity on capsule ​dynamics ​in shear flow.” ​Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2013) [[http://dx.doi.org/​10.1017/​jfm.2012.637|DOI10.1017/​jfm.2012.637]]
-  - Alireza Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Three-dimensional numerical simulation of vesicle dynamics using front-tracking method.” Physical Review E, 85056308, ​2012. +  - Prosenjit Bagchi and Alireza Z.K. Yazdani, “Analysis of membrane tank-tread of nonspherical capsules and red blood cells.” European Physical Journal E (2012) [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1140/​epje/​i2012-12103-1|DOI:​ 10.1140/​epje/​i2012-12103-1]]. 
-  - Prosenjit Bagchi and Alireza Z.K. Yazdani, “Analysis of membrane tank-tread of nonspherical capsules and red blood cells.” European Physical Journal E, 35:103, 2012. +  - Alireza Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi“Three-dimensional numerical simulation of vesicle dynamics using front-tracking method.” Physical Review E (2012) [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1103/​PhysRevE.85.056308|DOI:​ 10.1103/​PhysRevE.85.056308]]
-  - Alireza Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Influence ​of membrane viscosity on capsule ​dynamics ​in shear flow.” ​Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 718:569-595, 2013+  - Alireza ​Z.K. Yazdani and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Phase diagram and breathing dynamics ​of a single red blood cell and a biconcave ​capsule in dilute ​shear flow.” ​Physical Review E (2011) [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1103/​PhysRevE.84.026314|DOI:​ 10.1103/​PhysRevE.84.026314]]
-  - Daniel Cordasco, ​Alireza Yazdani, and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Comparison of erythrocyte dynamics in shear flow under different stress-free configurations.” Physics of Fluids, 26: 041902 ​(2014).+  - Alireza ​Z.K. Yazdani, R. Murthy Kalluri, and Prosenjit Bagchi, “Tank-treading and tumbling frequencies of capsules and red blood cells.” Physical Review E (2011[[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1103/​PhysRevE.83.046305|DOI:​ 10.1103/​PhysRevE.83.046305]].
  
  
- +=== Conference Publications and Talks ===
-==== Conference Publications and Talks ===+
-  - S.M. Hosseinalipour,​ A. Zarif Khalili, A. Salimi, “Numerical simulation of pig motion through gas pipelines”. 16th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference (AFMC), 971-975, Dec. 2007.+
   - “Mesoscopic Modeling of Thrombus Formation and Growth: Platelet Deposition in Complex Geometries.” 67th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Francisco, California, Nov. 2014.   - “Mesoscopic Modeling of Thrombus Formation and Growth: Platelet Deposition in Complex Geometries.” 67th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Francisco, California, Nov. 2014.
   - “Multi-scale Modeling of Thrombus Formation and Growth in Aortic Dissection.” 7th World Congress of Biomechanics,​ Boston, Massachusetts,​ Jul. 2014.   - “Multi-scale Modeling of Thrombus Formation and Growth in Aortic Dissection.” 7th World Congress of Biomechanics,​ Boston, Massachusetts,​ Jul. 2014.
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   - “Influence of Membrane Viscosity on Dynamics of Capsules and Red Blood Cells.” 65th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Diego, California, Nov. 2012.   - “Influence of Membrane Viscosity on Dynamics of Capsules and Red Blood Cells.” 65th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, San Diego, California, Nov. 2012.
   - "​Numerical Analysis of Vesicle Dynamics in Linear Shear Flow.” 64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. 2011.   - "​Numerical Analysis of Vesicle Dynamics in Linear Shear Flow.” 64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, Baltimore, Maryland, Nov. 2011.
 +  - S.M. Hosseinalipour,​ A. Zarif Khalili, A. Salimi, “Numerical simulation of pig motion through gas pipelines”. 16th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference (AFMC), 971-975, Dec. 2007.
  
 ===== Affiliations ===== ===== Affiliations =====

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