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Name
OHTA Makoto
Affiliation
Institute of Fluid Science
Creative Flow Research Division
Biomedical Flow Dynamics Laboratory
Assigned Class
Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Biomedical Engineering


Graduate School of Engineering
Department of Robotics

Title
Associate Professor
Biomedical Engineering Research Organization
Date of Birth
1970.10
Academic Degree
Dr. of Engineering
Research Fields
  • Biomedical engineering/biological material studies
  • Fluidics
  • Cerebral neurosurgery
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Research Subjects
  • Biomedical Engineering(2001)
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Keywords
biomodelling, 3D reconstruction, blood flow, aneurysm, interventional radiology, wear, oral
Academic Society Membership
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    Activity of Academic Society (Post)
    • 日本機械学会 バイオエンジニアリング部門, 運営委員会(2019-2021)
    • 日本機械学会 バイオエンジニアリング部門, 広報委員長(2019-2021)
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    Books

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    Original Papers

    Development of a polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel for temperature measurement by MRI.[Technology and Health Care,13(4),(2005),221-228]Makoto Ohta, J. Paul Jacobson, Emile Hiltbr and Alexis Kelekis, Marko Ivancevic, Daniel A. Rüfenacht, Hiroo Iwata, Sadami Tsutsumi,


    Poly-vinyl alcohol hydrogel vascular models for in vitro aneurysm simulations: the key to low friction surfaces.[Tech. & Health Care,12(3),(2004),225-233]Makoto. Ohta, Akira Handa, Hiroo Iwata, Daniel A. Rüfenacht, Sadami Tsutsumi


    A lattice boltzmann study of blood flow in stented aneurysms.[Future Generation Computer Systems,20(6),(2005),925-934]Miki Hirabayashi, Makoto Ohta, Daniel A. Ruefenacht, Bastien Chopard


    Rheological changes after stenting of a cerebral aneurysm: a finite element modeling approach.[Cardiovascular interventional radiology,28(6),(2005),768-772]Makoto Ohta, Stephan G. Wetzel, Philippe Dantan, C. Bachalat, Karl O. Lovblad, Hasan Yilmaz, Patrice Flaud, Daniel A. Rüfenacht


    Influence of stent properties on the alteration of cerebral intra-aneurysmal haemodynamics: flow quantification in elastic sidewall aneurysm models.[Neurological Research,,27(1),(2005),120-128]Baráth, Krisztina, Cassot, Francis, Fasel, Jean H.D., Ohta, Makoto, Rüfenacht, Daniel


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    Review Papers

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    Honours, Awards and Prizes
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      Activity of External Organization
      • 海綿骨モデルを含む脊椎骨周辺のモデルの力学的測定法に関する国際標準 化(2017-2020)
      • ISO/TC150/WG14(2019-)
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