Nathan M. Wilson

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This paper gives an overview of MEMS simulation and the computational requirements in the eld from the prospective of creating realistic geometry based on process simulation. We motivate the needs for such geometry, and discuss in detail one approach to create pseudo 3-D geometry from 2-D process simulation.
The development of discrete solid models from imaging has become a common practice in reverse engineering. This has motivated the need for tools to combine and manipulate discrete boundary representation of objects. Despite the importance of this problem in computer aided engineering, there is a lack of robust and efficient open-source implementations of(More)
This paper details preliminary work investigating Internet-based simulation of microsystems. It is in no means exhaustive, and focuses on using mainstream, current web-based technology while highlighting anticipated future directions in relevant internet technology. It proposes a paradigm of automation that limits the information that needs to pass back and(More)
Patient-specific cardiovascular simulation has become a paradigm in cardiovascular research and is emerging as a powerful tool in basic, translational and clinical research. In this paper we discuss the recent development of a fully open-source SimVascular software package, which provides a complete pipeline from medical image data segmentation to(More)
January 2003 – present • Extended and maintained the core software architecture I developed for the Cardiovascular Biomechanics Research Laboratory that integrates medical image processing, automatic mesh generation, finite-element based numerical simulation, and scientific visualization utilizing best in-class commercial and open-source libraries including(More)
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