Research Incubator – UdeA

Introducing the In Silico Multiphysics Simulation Research Incubator

We are a multidisciplinary and varied team made up of students, professionals, teachers, and people with experience in the industry. We believe in the need for a University-Business-State union that allows innovation to be efficient and inclusive.

About Us

The Multiphysics In Silico research group currently has several research lines, committees, and a structure that allows it to work on different projects simultaneously. We have participated in local events such as university competitions, outreach events, and macro-events such as ExpoIngeniería 2022 in Colombia… Do you want to know more? Read on!

Our committees:

Committees in a research group are essential to ensure efficient organization and development of activities. The Coordinating Committee oversees the development of the research group, proposes work plans, and seeks additional resources. The Communications Committee oversees awareness-raising, participation in events, dissemination, and communication strategy. The Academic Committee defines the work agenda, seeks events and experts, and selects research opportunities. The Documentary Management Committee systematizes the experiences of the research group, controls the documentation, and compiles the production. The Administrative Committee administers the financial resources, looks for spaces, and controls activities and input. The REDSIN representation fulfills the activities of the network and connects the seedbed with it, disseminating opportunities.

Research Lines

We are in the process of replicating “Hemodynamic assessment of the ascending thoracic aortic aneurysm using fluid-structure interaction approach”, we already implemented pulsatile fluid flow for normotension and hypertension.
Implementation of structural mechanics and multiphysics is in progress.


Electromagnetism & Biosensors

The review article “Numerical study of microwave hyperthermia for the treatment of breast cancer” has been updated for resubmission to Expoingeniería 2022. 
So far only the simplest geometry (no fins) has been considered in order to first replicate this case. The mathematical model was proposed and so far has been able to partially replicate the results. Considering the enthalpy at the phase change implies complex equations, which has been a major challenge.

Phase-Change Materials

Electrolytic processes

Events & Scientific Production