The First International School on HemoPhysics will be held in Montpellier, France, May 15-18, 2018. It will be dedicated to Blood Microflows. Lectures will be given by highly renowned researchers of the field, with a target audience of PhD students, Researchers and Engineers. The addressed topics will include microcirculation, red blood cell physics, blood rheology, physio-pathological microflows, blood microfluidics, numerical simulations for blood flow, organ circulation, among others. In addition to the lectures, poster sessions will be organized so that the audience can discuss their research and benefit from the expertise of the lecturers. The social program includes a visit of Horiba Medical facilities.


  Prof. S. Balabani  (University College London)
Dr. D. Fedosov  (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
Prof. M. Kameneva (University of Pittsburgh)
Prof. H. Lipowsky  (Penn State University)
Dr. S. Lorthois  (CNRS Toulouse)
Prof. N. Mohandas  (New York Blood Center)
Prof. S. Shevkoplyas  (University of Houston)


  Dr. M. Abkarian (CNRS Montpellier)
Dr. S. Mendez (CNRS Montpellier)
Prof. F. Nicoud (University of Montpellier)

Contact for administrative/technical questions:

   Genviève Carrière, Numev (


Information about the School (location, registration fees, program...) is available and registration is now closed.



Montpellier is a sunny destination between sea and mountains, enjoying 300 days of sunshine per year. It is a gateway to the natural reserve of the Camargue and the Cévennes hills, located only a few kilometers away from the Mediterranean Sea. It is surrounded by medieval towns, in the heart of the world’s top winegrowing region.


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