Prof. Sen (Qian) has 30 years continuous experience in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) research and application in bioengineering. He has worked in the field of circulatory assist and was instrumental in the development of the artificial heart program in Japan and in Australia. (Left Ventricular Assist Device, LVAD). He primarily developed the CFD technique which was employed for blood pump design. He used computational haemodynamic techniques to improve the problems related to haemolysis of the VentrAssit artificial heart which has been implanted in over 450 patients around world. He also has developed novel methodologies based on the CFD techniques for improvement cardiovascular and cerebrovascular surgical method, and estimation the risk of cerebral aneurysms. The system has been applied for over 300 patients, and validated by the results from in-vitro and in-vivo. He has more than 10 years work experience in global industry and has worked for eight universities in three different countries.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Cerebral vascular and cardiovascular haemodynamics research, Engineering-based surgical training, Medical imaging and molecular imaging, Heart assistant device (Artificial heart) and endovascular treatment devices R&D, Intracranial aneurysm molecular features and biomarkers