Applied Mathematics Seminar
- Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm
- Wilson Hall - view map
On Thursday October 29th, 3:10-4:00 pm in Wilson Hall 1-144 Amber Broadbent, TJ Brodeur and John Schmitt from Bend Research will present an Applied mathematics seminar
"Real World Mathematics: Applications of Mathematical and Numerical Methods in Pharmaceutical Product and Wearable Technology Development"
Abstract: For more than 40 years, Bend Research has worked with clients to create value by advancing new medicines that improve human health and to solve their most difficult scientific and technical problems. This success is based on the company's ability to develop, advance, and commercialize pharmaceutical and health-enhancing products, which grow from a solid base of scientific and engineering fundamental understanding. This seminar will provide a brief introduction to Bend Research followed by a survey of applications of mathematical and numerical methods in pharmaceutical product and wearable technology development. Specific examples will include,
1.) Developing data-driven human energy expenditure algorithms for wearable technology products,
2.) Understanding fate of pharmaceutical products in vivo via pharmacokinetic (PK) analysis and modeling, and
3.) De-risking process scale-up through computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling.