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New & Forthcoming Titles | Reports on Computational Physiology

Reports on Computational Physiology

Reports on Computational Physiology

Series: Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing

Editor-in-chief: Tveito, Aslak
Series Editors: McCabe, Kimberly J., McCulloch, Andrew D.
Thomas, Rachel (Ed.)

ISSN: 2730-7735

In 2016, Springer and Simula launched an Open Access series called the Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing. This series aims to provide concise introductions to the research areas in which Simula specializes: scientific computing, software engineering, communication systems, machine learning and cybersecurity. These books are written for graduate students, researchers, professionals and others who are keenly interested in the science of computing, and each volume presents a compact, state-of-the-art disciplinary overview and raises essential critical questions in the field.

Simula’s focus on computational physiology has grown considerably over the last decade, with the development of multi-scale mathematical models of excitable tissues (brain and heart) that are becoming increasingly complex and accurate. This sub-series represents a new branch of the SimulaSpringer Briefs that is specifically focused on computational physiology. Each volume in this series will explore multiple physiological questions and the models developed to address them. Each of the questions will, in turn, be packaged into a short report format that provides a succinct summary of the findings and, whenever possible, the software used will be made publicly available.