The annual VP2HF General Assembly took place this year from 30th Sept - 1st Oct. Hosted by Simula in Norway, the meeting was a great opportunity for partners to reflect on the exciting progress made by the project over the past year, and to discuss future plans. 


Eric Kerfoot won 1st place prize in the Medical and Bioengineering category for his poster discussing the motion tracking and ventricular stiffness estimation pipeline 


Maxime Sermesant was invited to present at the Cinc-2015 Sunday Symposium. This year's topic was "Multiscale Computing in Cardiology" and included five exciting talks by renowned experts in the field, looking at the heart from different perspectives. Maxime used VP2HF results in his presentation entitled "Integration of electrophysiology and imaging for patient-specific models and intervention planning" http://www.cinc2015.org/node/11


Kristin Tøndel presented a talk “A PLS-based analysis of dynamical systems behaviour”


Dominique Chapelle and Philippe Moireau presented the following talks: “Thermodynamical framework for modeling chemical-mechanical coupling in muscle contraction”, “Observer-based inverse problems for cardiac modeilng” http://www.compbiomed.net/2015/cmbe-proceedings.htm


Radomir Chabiniok, Dominique Chapelle, Annabelle Collin and Philippe Moireau attended FIMH'15, giving various presentations discussing VP2HF (published in the conference proceedings http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-20309-6)