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Medical Device Engineering

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Minneapolis, MN
Posted:
October 29, 2019

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Anvar N. Gilmanov

University of Minnesota

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St Paul, MN 55108

Email: adaply@r.postjobfree.com

Mobile: 225-***-****

Web-Site: http://anvar.gilmanov.tilda.ws/

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/anvar-gilmanov

I. EDUCATION

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Moscow.

Ph.D., Computational Fluid Dynamics. The Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (RAS), Novosibirsk.

B.S. and M.S., Physics. Moscow State University, Department of Physics, Moscow.

II. WORK EXPERIENCE

Research Associate, 2016—present

Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.

Research Associate, 2011—2016

Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.

Research Associate Professor, 2009—2011

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Louisiana State University, U.S.A.

III. TECHNICAL SKILLS

Programming languages: FORTRAN, C, C++

Programming libraries and tools: MPI, PETSc, TECPLOT, Mimics, ANSYS, FLUENT, MS Visual Studio

Productivity tools: LaTEX. MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Operating systems: Linux, MS Windows

IV. NOTABLE PROJECTS

Developed an approach based on the Curvilinear Immersed Boundary method coupled with Rotation Free Finite Element method which allowed to simulate Cardiovascular problems as an interaction of deformable heart leaflets with a pulsate blood flow in a real aorta. I employed this methodology to carry out fluid–structure interaction simulations of a healthy trileaflet aortic valve (TAV) and a bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) placed in the same anatomic aorta.

Developed and provided simulations of invasive species (Asian Carp) attempting to swim through locks and dams (LDs) of the Mississippi River. Simulation using ANSYS-FLUENT was provided to estimate fish passage through LD 4, 5 under variety of lock and dam gates adjustments and flow discharges. As a result of these simulations, the proposed gate adjustments allowed to block over 50% of invasive carp trying to pass through the dams. This information was used to recommend optimum spillway gate positions to the US Army Corps of Engineers.

V. AWARDS and FELLOWSHIPS

The Academic Title of Professor in the Department of Theoretical Basics of Heat Engineering, 1999—present

Member of Russian National Committee of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 2001—present: http://www.ipmnet.ru/RNCTAM/staff/g/#GilmanovAN

VI. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Member of Russian National Committee of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (2001—present): http://www.ipmnet.ru/RNCTAM/staff/g/#GilmanovAN

Member of American Physical Society, N 60060986 (2002—present)

VII. FUNDED GRANTS/PROJECTS

Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund: Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center. University of Minnesota. Updating an invasive and native fish passage model for locks and dams. A Gilmanov (PI). $90,900, 2018—2019

LILLEHEI HEART INSTITUTE. University of Minnesota. HIGH RISK/HIGH REWARD. Image-Guided Simulation-Based Approach for Native and Prosthetic Aortic Valves in Patient-Specific Anatomies. P. Iiazzo (PI), F Sotiropoulos (PI). Role: Senior Investigator, $100,000, 2014—2015

VIKING CHILDREN’S FUND. Department of Pediatrics. University of Minnesota. Fluid dynamics and circulatory efficiency in hypoplastic left heart syndrome and Fontan palliation. Lazaros Kochilas (PI). Role: Senior Investigator, $50,000, 2013—2014

CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICIN. University of Minnesota. Cardio-Embolic Particle Deflection: Pre-Clinical Device Performance Simulation Using 3d Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling. Bob Wilkins (PI). Role: Senior Investigator, $50,000, 2012—2013

NASA. Development of advanced fluid-structures interaction (FSI) methods for deployable aero-shells and hypersonic/supersonic decelerators. Acharya (PI). Role: Co-PI, $360,000, 2008—2011

VIII. NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS

A.Published Books and Parts of Books

Ilgamov, M.A., Gilmanov, A.N. Non-reflecting boundary conditions. Moscow: Nauka. Publishing Company Fizmatlit. 2003. 240 pages.

Gilmanov, A.N. Methods of Adaptive Meshes in Gas Dynamic Problems. Moscow: Nauka. Publishing Company Fizmatlit. 2000. 247 pages.

B. Articles in Refereed Journals

Gilmanov A., D. Zielinski, V. Voller, and P. Sorensen. The Effect of Modifying a CFD-AB Approach on Fish Passage through a Model Hydraulic Dam. Water 2019, 11, 1776; doi:10.3390/w11091776

Gilmanov A., A. Barker, H. Stolarski, and F. Sotiropoulos. Image-Guided Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulation of Transvalvular Hemodynamics: Quantifying the Effects of Varying Aortic Valve Leaflet Thickness. Fluids. 2019, 4, 119, doi:10.3390/fluids4030119

Gilmanov A., H. Stolarski, and F. Sotiropoulos. Flow-structure interaction simulations of the aortic heart valve at physiologic conditions: The role of tissue constitutive model. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 2018. doi:10.1115/1.4038885.

Gilmanov A., H. Stolarski, and F. Sotiropoulos. Non-linear rotation-free shell finite-element models for aortic heart valves. Journal of Biomechanics. 2017. 50: 56-62.

Gilmanov, A., Le, T.B., Sotiropoulos F. A numerical approach for simulating fluid structure interaction of flexible thin shells undergoing arbitrarily large deformations in complex domains. Journal of Computational Physics. 2015. V 300, 814-843.

Gilmanov, A., Sotiropoulos, F. Comparative hemodynamics in an aorta with bicuspid and trileaflet valves. Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics. 2015. 1-19.

Gilmanov, A., Sotiropoulos, F. A hybrid Cartesian/immersed boundary method for simulating flows with 3D, geometrically complex, moving bodies. Journal of Computational Physics. 2005. V.207. P.457-492.

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