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Personal Statement

Dr Asimina Kazakidi read Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. She subsequently obtained an MSc in ‘Engineering and Physical Science in Medicine’ at Imperial College London, UK, Department of Bioengineering. She obtained her Ph.D. in Biofluid Dynamics, from the Department of Aeronautics, also at Imperial College London, where she remained as a post-doctoral research associate at the National Heart and Lung Institute, within the cardiovascular science research theme funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF). As a research fellow, Asimina conducted research at the Foundation for Research & Technology – Hellas (FORTH), Institute of Computer Science, in Greece, participating in EU projects for future and emerging technologies and leading an individual EU-Greek research fellowship on the hydrodynamics of aquatic locomotion. She joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Strathclyde in 2016 as a Lecturer. 

Research Interests

• biofluid mechanics

• computational fluid dynamics

• cardiovascular flows 

• bio-inspired robotic locomotion

Expertise & Capabilities

Dr Asimina (Melina) Kazakidi has an extended experience in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), focusing on complex biofluid mechanics problems and utilising a range of CFD methods, from finite volume and immersed boundary to spectral/hp element methods. She has specialized knowledge in all aspects of numerical simulation technology processes and communication of complex results. She is passionate about problem solving in the fields of cardiovascular hemodynamics, synthetic jet technology and robotic locomotion.

Teaching Interests

"Numerical Modelling in Biomedical Engineering", MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Semester 2

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor of Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Doctor of Philosophy, Imperial College London

Master of Science, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

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Projects 2009 2020

Research Output 2009 2018

Open Access
File
Hemodynamics
Hydrodynamics
Computational fluid dynamics
Obesity
Blood Vessels

A computational model of blood flow in normal and diseased arteries

Johnston, L. & Kazakidi, A., 12 Apr 2018 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Open Access
File
Blood
Arteries
Blood pressure
Hemodynamics
Weights and Measures

Prizes

Scholarships for post-graduate studies

Asimina Kazakidi (Recipient), 2005

Prize: Fellowship awarded competitively

Supporting Postdoctoral Researchers

Asimina Kazakidi (Recipient), 2012

Prize: Fellowship awarded competitively

Robotics
Hydrodynamics

Activities 2017 2018

  • 2 Organiser of special symposia
  • 1 Organiser of major conference

13th World Congress in Computational Mechanics Minisymposium

Kazakidi, A. (Organiser), Vittoria Flamini (Organiser)
25 Jul 2018

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganiser of special symposia

8th World Congress of Biomechanics Pre-Conference Workshop

Kazakidi, A. (Organiser), Vittoria Flamini (Organiser)
8 Jul 2018

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganiser of special symposia