IBT Publications by Gerach

Journal Articles (2)

T. Gerach, S. Schuler, J. Fröhlich, L. Lindner, E. Kovacheva, R. Moss, E. M. Wülfers, G. Seemann, C. Wieners, and A. Loewe.
Electro-Mechanical Whole-Heart Digital Twins: A Fully Coupled Multi-Physics Approach.
In Mathematics, vol. 9(11) , pp. 1247, 2021
E. Kovacheva, T. Gerach, S. Schuler, M. Ochs, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Causes of altered ventricular mechanics in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: an in-silico study.
In BioMedical Engineering OnLine, vol. 20(69) , 2021

Conference Contributions (7)

T. Gerach, S. Schuler, E. Kovacheva, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Consequences of Using an Orthotropic Stress Tensor for Left Ventricular Systole.
In Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC), 2020
T. Gerach, D. Weiß, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Observation guided systematic reduction of a detailed human ventricular cell model.
In Computing in Cardiology (CinC), vol. 46, 2019
J. Brenneisen, S. Schuler, E. Kovacheva, T. Gerach, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Influence of Geometrical Properties for the Calculation of a Pressure-Free Whole Heart Geometry.
In 14th WCCM-ECCOMAS Congress 2020, pp. 1-9, 2021
J. Brenneisen, A. Daub, E. Kovacheva, T. Gerach, L. Hütter, B. Frohnapfel, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
A sequential coupling approach for fluid-structure interaction in a patient specific whole heart geometry.
In iHEART Congress – Modelling the Cardiac Function, 2021
J. Brenneisen, E. Kovacheva, T. Gerach, A. Daub, L. Hütter, B. Frohnapfel, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Characterization of the Fluid Dynamic Pressure Field in the Human Heart as a Basis for Coupled Fluid-Structure Simulations.
In BMT 2020, vol. Poster Session, pp. 259, 2020
E. Kovacheva, L. Baron, S. Schuler, T. Gerach, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
Optimization Framework to Identify Constitutive Law Parameters of the Human Heart.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 6(3) , pp. 95-98, 2020
E. Kovacheva, S. Schuler, T. Gerach, O. Dössel, and A. Loewe.
A Method for Pressure-Volume-Based Parameter Identification for a Passive Constitutive Model of Myocardium.
In RISM Congress: iHEART - Modelling the Cardiac Function, 2019