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Dr Claudio Capelli
3rd Floor Zayed Centre for Research
20c Guilford St
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  • Research Associate Senior Research Fellow
  • Childrens Cardiovascular Disease
  • Institute of Cardiovascular Science
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

After graduating at Politecnico di Milano (Milan, Italy) in 2006, I moved to London at UCL & Great Ormond Street Hospital in 2008 where I started my PhD project in Biomedical Engineeringg under the supervision of Prof Philipp Bonhoeffer, Prof. Andrew M. Taylor and Dr. Silvia Schievano. During my PhD project I had the chance to conduct multidisciplinary research. In addition, I had the possibility of an internship at Medtronic Inc (Mounds View, Minnesota, USA).
In 2012, I completed my PhD and continued to work as a post-doc research fellow at UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science. I currently collaborate with several research groups within UCL, other academic centres in Europe and US and industry for simulation software development and medical devices.

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Over the last decade, my research has been mainly focused on the development and use of patient-specific computational models in the cardiovascular field.
I have been developing models for finite element and computational fluid dynamics analyses which incorporated 3d models of patients anatomies as reconstructed from medical images. I have also acquired experience of validation of such computational models and their translation towards a clinical use.

Teaching Summary

Since 2007, I have been supervising over ten Master students during the completion of their Master Thesis Projet. From 2013, I have assisted Dr Schievano in her teaching activities fo Mechanics of deformable bodies.

01-MAR-2012 Research Fellow Institute of Cardiovascular Science UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2012   Doctorat University College London
2006   Master of Science Politecnico di Milano
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