Milan Toma


Toma received his Ph.D. in Engineering Science from the Technical University of Lisbon in Portugal. He worked as a project researcher in Altair Engineering France in Paris, with the focus on computational analysis of brain injuries. From Paris, he moved to Japan, where he worked as a research assistant professor at Tokyo University and at a research institute RIKEN, where he developed numerical algorithms for cardiovascular fluid-structure interaction simulations. After three years in Japan, he moved to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he worked in the field of computational combustion at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KSA) as a visiting researcher. He is now an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at New York Institute of Technology, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

Research Interests:

Image processing, high-performance computing, computational mechanics/biomechanics, biomechanical/biomedical engineering, Trefftz elements, hydrated soft tissue, impact biomechanics, head and brain injuries, and cardiovascular fluid-structure interaction

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