Scientific research is to a great extent organized in "projects". Some projects are related to a particular piece of funding, a grant; others are more like organizational units that exist for some time. Not all grants result in projects, and much work is carried out outside the context of any project. The importance of projects differs between nations and scientific communities.
current projects and grants
These are some of the projects in which I am currently involved.
MICROCARD - Numerical modeling of cardiac electrophysiology at the cellular scale This is a European project with 10 partners in 6 countries. It is funded by EuroHPC and several national funding agencies.
Interaction between tissue structure and ion-channel function in cardiac arrhythmia GENCI project 70307379, since 2015.
MAESTRO - Magnetic signal detection of ventricular arrhythmogenic substrates ANR, France, 2019-2022.
EXACARD - Exascale simulation of cardiac electrophysiology to support arrhythmia research ANR, France, 2018-2022.
CALM - Patient-specific modeling for accurate noninvasive and semi-invasive localization of ventricular ectopies Funded by the Conseil Régional de la Nouvelle Aquitaine, 2018-2021.
MITOCARD - Electrophysiologie de la Mitochondrie Cardiaque Funded by ANR, France, 2017-2021.
CARMEN - Modélisation et calculs pour l'électrophysiologie cardiaque a project team at Inria, founded in 2012. This team collaborates intensively with LIRYC, the Electrophysiology and Heart Modeling Institute in Bordeaux, France.
This is a very incomplete list of projects in which I was involved.
ASAF - Optimization of noninvasive assessment of the substrate for atrial fibrillation 2010-2013, European Union Marie-Curie International Re-integration Grant.
Modeling of remodeling a project that ran from 2008 to 2011 at CARIM, the School for Cardiovascular Diseases of Maastricht University.
Non-invasive Electrocardiographic Imaging to Assess Cardiac Electrophysiological Integrity a project granted in 2010 by the Dutch Technology Foundation STW to Prof. Jacques M.T. de Bakker, Dr. Pascal F.H.M. van Dessel and Dr. Thom Oostendorp.
A non-invasive modality to determine the mechanism of cardiac arrhythmias caused by primary sodium channelopathies a project granted in 2006 by the Netherlands Heart Foundation to Prof. Jacques M.T. de Bakker, University of Amsterdam.
Localization of the site of origin of cardiac arrhythmias by combining biplane fluoroscopy, catheter mapping and body surface mapping a project granted in 1996 by the Dutch Technology Foundation STW to Prof. Dr. Ir. C.A. Grimbergen and Dr. A. SippensGroenewegen.
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