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Agent-based modelling and parameter sensitivity analysis with a finite-element method for skin contraction
Q Peng, F Vermolen
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 19, 2525-2551, 2020
162020
A formalism for modelling traction forces and cell shape evolution during cell migration in various biomedical processes
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen, D Weihs
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 20 (4), 1459-1475, 2021
82021
Numerical methods to compute stresses and displacements from cellular forces: Application to the contraction of tissue
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 404, 113892, 2022
52022
Point forces and their alternatives in cell-based models for skin contraction
Q Peng, F Vermolen
Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications ENUMATH 2019: European …, 2020
52020
Point forces in elasticity equation and their alternatives in multi dimensions
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 199, 182-201, 2022
32022
Numerical methods to solve elasticity problems with point sources
Q Peng, F Vermolen
Reports of the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Delft University, the …, 2019
32019
Physical confinement and cell proximity increase cell migration rates and invasiveness: A mathematical model of cancer cell invasion through flexible channels
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen, D Weihs
journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 142, 105843, 2023
22023
Comparison between a phenomenological approach and a morphoelasticity approach regarding the displacement of extracellular matrix
Q Peng, WS Gorter, FJ Vermolen
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 21 (3), 919-935, 2022
22022
Predicting the efficacy of stalk cells following leading cells through a micro-channel using morphoelasticity and a cell shape evolution model
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen, D Weihs
International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical …, 2021
22021
Studying wildfire fronts using advection-diffusion-reaction models
K Mitra, Q Peng, C Reisch
arXiv preprint arXiv:2401.17468, 2024
12024
Quality of approximating a mass-emitting object by a point source in a diffusion model
Q Peng, SC Hille
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 151, 491-507, 2023
12023
Point forces and their alternatives in cell-based models for skin contraction in two dimensions
Q Peng, F Vermolen
2020 International Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Science and …, 2020
12020
Data-driven Parameters Tuning for Predictive Performance Improvement of Wire Bonder Multi-body Model
X Cheng, A Di Bucchianico, N Javanmardi, M de Jong, EL Diget, ...
2024
Project: Geometry Learning for Complex Shaped Cells
A Heinlein, Q Peng
2024
Using multiple Dirac delta points to describe inhomogeneous flux density over a cell boundary in a single-cell diffusion model
Q Peng, SC Hille
arXiv preprint arXiv:2401.16261, 2024
2024
Do Cancer Cells Collaborate During Metastasis?
FJ Vermolen, Q Peng, D Weihs
International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical …, 2023
2023
Understanding the Form of the Input pressure of Focused Ultrasound in the Rayleigh-Plesset Equation to Improve Drug Delivery Efficiency
Q Peng, V Rottschäfer
International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical …, 2023
2023
Upscaling between an agent-based model (smoothed particle approach) and a continuum-based model for skin contractions
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen
Journal of Mathematical Biology 85 (3), 25, 2022
2022
Mathematical Aspects of Cell-Based and Agent-Based Modelling for Skin Contraction after Deep Tissue Injury
Q Peng
2021
Various Mathematical Approaches to Mechanical Simulations in Wound Healing Processes (PARTICLES 2021)
Q Peng, FJ Vermolen
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