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אירועים בתאריך 09 במאי 2017

"תקווה ישראלית באקדמיה"

תאריך:9.5.2017
שעה:00:00
מיקום: רחבת בניין EM
זמן תחילת האירוע: 13:15
זמן סיום האירוע:
הגוף המארגן: דקנט הסטודנטים
דמי השתתפות: חינם
קהל יעד: סטודנטים, סגל מרצים, עובדי מינהל
תיאור האירוע: Braude-Israeli-Hope: יריד אוכל ומוזיקה רב-תרבותי
שם איש קשר: וופא עבד אלגני
דוא"ל: wafaa@braude.ac.il

סמינר המחלקה להנדסת מכונות

תאריך:9.5.2017
שעה:00:00
מיקום: חדר VIP
זמן תחילת האירוע: 13:45
זמן סיום האירוע: 14:40
הגוף המארגן: המחלקה להנדסת מכונות
דמי השתתפות: חינם
קהל יעד: כולם
תיאור האירוע: 2016 - 2017 Pittsburgh Research Internship Program The effect of Fiber bundle Oscillation on Oxygenator performance סמינר מחלקתי הנדסת מכונות – יום שלישי 9.5.17 בשעה 13:45 בחדר VIP Guy Gino Department of Mechanical Engineering, ORT Braude College, 2016 - 2017 Research Location: McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh Project Mentor: Dr. Ryan Orizondo, Ph.D. Abstract: Acute and chronic diseases of the native lung remain a major health care problem in the entire world and especially in the United States. The only possible treatment for patients with end stage chronic disease is lung transplantation. The patient suitable for lung transplantation is, on the one hand, sick enough to benefit from the operation and on the other hand, healthy enough to survive months of waiting for a donor lung and then for subsequent surgery. Once the disease reaches end stage, there are two alternatives for respiratory support – Mechanical Ventilation (MV) and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO). These alternatives are used to bridge acute and chronic respiratory patients to lung recovery or lung transplantation. It's been shown that if patients are able to walk or exercise while on respiratory support leading up to lung transplant, this activity may lead to a decreased threshold for the utilization of ECMO before transplant, may improve general patient condition, may decrease resource utilization and lead to a better outcome after the transplant. There is a clear need for a respiratory assist device that is small and easily allows patients to walk or exercise while using it. The following research focuses on the design, development and testing of novel methods of "micro mixing" to be implemented into an artificial lung device for the enhancement of gas exchange efficiency. The approach to this goal includes high frequency oscillatory motion. A test setup to evaluate such an approach was designed and fabricated in order to test its ability to enhance gas exchange in the blood while maintaining low levels of hemolysis. As mentioned above, the research motivation is to create a small overall device. The component of this device that typically determines its size is the oxygenating hollow fiber membrane. In order to decrease the overall size of the device, there is a need to decrease the size of the membrane. To decrease the size of the membrane while still achieving sufficient gas exchange, there must be an increase in the efficiency of the gas exchange process by high frequency oscillatory motion. The results of the following research helped shed some light on the relationship between oscillatory motion parameters and the efficiency of the fiber bundle, in terms of enhancement. Based on the results, it was decided to write an article which provides practical engineering recommendations for improving oxygenator performance. About the author: Guy Gino is a 4th year student in the Mechanical Engineering Department at ORT Braude College, participated in ORT Braude – Pittsburgh University exchange student program, where he engaged in research in the : McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
שם איש קשר: עמליה
דוא"ל: amhaim@braude.ac.il

סמינר המחלקה למתמטיקה

תאריך:9.5.2017
שעה:00:00
מיקום: EM303
זמן תחילת האירוע: 13:45
זמן סיום האירוע: 14:45
הגוף המארגן: המחלקה למתמטיקה
קהל יעד: פתוח לכולם
תיאור האירוע: Speaker: Prof. Lavi Karp, ORT Braude College, Karmiel Title: Quadrature Domains and Conformal Mappings Abstract Newton showed that a ball with uniformly mass density gravitational attracts each point outside the ball as if all its mass were concentrated at the center of the ball (\textit{Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica}). This property is equivalent to the mean value theorem of harmonic functions. Quadrature domains are a certain generalization of these properties. The talk will present examples of quadrature domains and discuss the construction of them by means of conformal mappings. We will also explore the Schwarz functions and some of its applications. The lecture will be held in introductory level and be accessible for students with background complex analysis.
שם איש קשר: פרופ"ח חגי כתריאל
דוא"ל: katriel@braude.ac.il