Meshalyzer visualization

Atrial fibrillation is a heart rhythm disorder that causes the heart muscle to beat faster and more irregularly. Its onset is favored by aging, the presence of cardiac pathology (hypertension, heart valve disease…), obesity, or obstructive sleep apnea syndrome… It remains difficult to treat, as the rate of recurrence of atrial fibrillation after ablation remains high. This project investigates the influence of structural and electrical heterogeneity on atrial fibrillation on an unprecedented scale, both in initiation and maintenance. The aim of this post-doc is to create very high-resolution atrial models incorporating data on shape, fiber architecture, fibrosis and electrical remodeling. The second objective is to work with the large datasets produced, including their analysis and visualization using openCARP and Meshalyzer.

Fakhrielddine Bader
Fakhrielddine Bader
Post-doctorant en Mathématiques Appliquées

Post-doctoral fellow in Applied Mathematics