Together with the University of the Netherlands,
TU Delft developed the podcast series
'A world full of secrets: scientists in the footsteps of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek'.
Mathias was featured in this series.
Listen to the podcast below (in Dutch).
Mathias gave a talk at the 2023 Virtual Human Twin Experience Symposium on
"Physics-Based Modeling and Machine Learning Synergies to Explore Human Heart Pathophysiology."
Mathias's research was featured by TU Delft
"How does your heart work: a digital twin holds all the answers."
Mathias gave a a 3-minute pitch about cardiac digital twins.
Mathias' research was featured in AIG Nieuws,
the quarterly magazine of Ghent University's
Engineering Alumni Association.
Our research was featured in a cartoon
by the great arnulf.be
Mathias gave a talk at the 2021 Cardiac Physiome Satellite meeting on
Sex matters: male versus female drug-induced arrhythmogenicity.
Mathias gave a talk for the Closer Look Biomechanics Journal club,
on his research article
Using machine learning to characterize heart failure across the scale.
Mathias published an article about his research
entitled Virtual heart surgery: trial without error
in EOS Science, a Flemish monthly popular science magazine.
Explaining the core of many years of doctoral research in an illuminating and captivating presentation of just three minutes – in front of a live audience, a jury and video cameras.
That is the challenge of the Flemish PhD Cup.
Mathias Peirlinck is one of the researchers nominated for the Flemish PhD Cup 2021 🏆.
This was his pitch: Virtual heart surgery: trial without error.
In Dutch. Apologies for the poor audio quality.