JAGANNATH  MAZUMDAR  AM :  A RESUME

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

CENTRE FOR BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

 

 

 

Dr. Mazumdar received his B.Sc. with a First Class Honours and M.Sc.in Applied Mathematics with a First Class and First Rank (usually called First Class First) from Patna University, India. He received his Ph.D. degree in Solid Mechanics from Moscow State University, Russia. After completing his Ph.D., he came to South Australia in October 1966 on an appointment initially as a Lecturer, then a Senior Lecturer and subsequently a Reader in Applied Mathematics at the University of Adelaide. In 1968, he was conferred an honorary Ph.D. degree (ad eundem gradum) by the University of Adelaide, and the title of Associate Professor was conferred on him. Subsequently appointed as an Adjunct Professor jointly with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the Discipline of Applied Mathematics in the School of Mathematical Sciences. Also, appointed an Adjunct Professor within the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes Campus and, in the School of Engineering and Industrial Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.

Professor Mazumdar was appointed a Member of the ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (AM) in the  Australia Day 2012 Honours

In the year 1972, Professor Mazumdar was a Visiting Professor in the Department of Mechanics of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and in the Department of Metallurgy, Mechanics and Materials Science of the Michigan State University, East Lansing. He again spent another year of sabbatical  in 1977 as a Visiting Professor in the same department of the Michigan State University. Professor Mazumdar also spent four months from February through May, 1982 in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Medical School of McMaster University, Hamilton as a recipient of the International Science Exchange Award of Canada. During 1987-1988, Professor Mazumdar was a Visiting Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India and, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Waterloo University, Canada .In 1993, Professor Mazumdar was a Visiting Professor of Mathematics at IIT Delhi and in 1998-99, was a Visiting Professor in the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Dr. Mazumdar's principal research interests are in the fields of Biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering and Solid Mechanics. He has done some interesting work on non-invasive study of heart valves tissue pathology by spectral analysis of heart sounds as well as by two-dimensional sector-scan echocardiography. He has also done some study on vibrations of tympanic membrane (ear drum) by time- averaged holography. He was also involved in research on spinal Biomechanics and Biofluid Mechanics. Professor Mazumdar is now working in the field of Tissue Engineering and NanoBioengineering. In particular, he is involved with research on Tissue Engineering on Cartilage. In this project, he is particularly interested in articular cartilage. Articular cartilage is a living tissue but very limited capacity to repair itself. Instead, any damage to the articular surface tends to spread allowing the bones to rub directly against each other and resulting in increasing joint pain and loss of joint movement. It can also lead to osteoarthritis (a slow degeneration of articular cartilage). It is the most common form of arthritis in Australia, about 10% of the total population. In United States alone, more than 1 million people per year suffer from osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease caused by damaged articular cartilage.

 The details of his research interests in Solid Mechanics and Biomechanics are listed on the next pages.

Professor  Mazumdar has written three seminal books entitled "An Introduction to Mathematical Physiology and Biology", by Cambridge University Press, U.K. First edition 1989, Second edition 1999,  "Biofluid Mechanics", by World Scientific Publishing Co.1992 , and “ Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of Shallow Shells- A new Approach”, by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. He has contributed chapters in four books on biomechanics entitled "Applied Physiological Mechanics", Harwood Publ., New York, 1980, "Advances in Cardiovascular Physics", S. Karger Publ., Switzerland, 1979, "Mathematical Methods in Medicine", Handbook of Applicable Mathematics, John Wiley, 1984, and "Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biomedical Systems", Kluwer Academic, 2002. In addition, he has authored and coauthored over 200 research papers dealing primarily with biomechanics, biomedical engineering and solid mechanics in refereed journals and conference proceedings.

Professor Mazumdar has more than 45 years of University teaching experience. He has taught graduate level courses in continuum mechanics, theory of plasticity, theory of viscoelasticity, theory of vibrations, plates and shells, calculus of variations and its application to mechanics, mathematical biology, signal processing in biomedical engineering. Some of these courses were offered by him at the Michigan State University, East Lansing, University of Waterloo, Canada and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Professor Mazumdar has directed 23 Ph.D. theses, and 16 research projects for the degree of Honours in Applied Mathematics. Presently he is supervising a few more Ph.D. students.

Professor Mazumdar was twice Chairman of the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine of the  South Australia Chapter. He  was  Director of the Centre for Biomedical Engineering, University of Adelaide. He is now Emeritus Director of the Centre.  He acted as a Co-Chairman at the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Symposium on Theory and Applications of Digital Control, held in New Delhi, January 1982. He was also a session Co-Chairman at the Sixth International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Singapore, 1990. He was elected Chairman of the National Conference on Engineering Mathematics and Applications (EMAC'98).

On extracurricular activities, Professor Mazumdar was President of the Indian Australian Association of South Australia in its formative years in late sixtees, for which he played a key role for its formation. He was also President of the Hindu Society of South Australia . The Hindu society is a religio-cultural body catering for the needs of approximately two thousand Hindus living in South Australia. During 1989-1990 Professor Mazumdar was a member of South Australian Government’s office of Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs in Education Sub Committee. He was also a member of Equal Opportunity Board of Adelaide University during 1991- 1992. Professor Mazumdar was instrumental in establishing an MOU between Adelaide University and Osmania University in Hyderabad, India. He is now trying to set up a Center for NanoBioengineering in a newly established IIT, in India.

Dr Mazumdar is a recipient of a number of National and International Awards. Together with many other prestigious bodies, Dr. Mazumdar has been a member of the American Academy of Mechanics since 1972 and a member of New York Academy of Science, U.S.A. He is an elected Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia (FIEAust.), which is now called Engineers Australia. He is also a long time Fellow of the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (FACPSEM) and a Fellow of the Australian Mathematical Society (FAustMS). He has been cited in the Who's Who of the World, 7th Edition onwards, in India's Who's Who (INFA Publications, 1985 onwards), and in Men of Achievement, International Biography Centre, Cambridge, England as well as in Australian Men and Women of Science, Engineering and Technology and Who’s Who in Australia.

In essence, Professor Mazumdar's research can be classified into the following areas:

(a) Engineering Science and Biomedical Engineering:

Stress and vibrational analysis of regular and irregular shaped thick-walled pressurized-ventricular structures as well as thin valvular membranes; Fluid flows in ventricular structures and through arterial bifurcating structures.

Signal analysis and power spectra of heart sounds, ECG, PCG, Electrical potential distributions in ventricle; Inverse finite-element analyses of constitutive properties of ventricular structures from monitored pressure and dynamic-geometry data. Analyses of optimal distribution of minimal forces required to correct deformed spinal structures.

(b) Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery:

Non-invasive monitoring of arterial and ventricular blood pressure; Non-invasive detection of valvular disorders and calcification; Design-development of prosthetic heart valves; Analysis of thrombus formation after artificial valve implantation.

Neural Network approach for classification of heart disease data; Neural Network of heart rate variability in patients with hypertension; Application of Fuzzy classifier system to coronary artery disease and breast cancer.

(c) Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation:

Biomechanical correction procedure and devices for spinal deformation, in particular scoliosis; Biomechanical analysis of load lifting techniques; Biomechanical analysis of low back pain.

(d) Solid Mechanics:

Bending, buckling and vibration analysis of elastic, plastic and viscoelastic plates and shells; Thermally induced vibrations of viscoelastic plates and shells; limit analysis and design criterion for plastic plates and shells; crack propagation in rocket motors for service life prediction.

(e) Applicable Mathematics:

Wave propagation in uniform hollow electromagnetic waveguides; Analysis of steady and unsteady viscous flow in ducts of arbitrary cross section and its relevance to blood and urinary tract flow.

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME:   Jagannath Mazumdar

OFFICE ADDRESS: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering , The University of Adelaide , South Australia 5005

Phone : +61 8 8313 1637,  Fax : +61 8 8332 5208,  Email :   Jagan.Mazumdar@adelaide.edu.au

Mobile : +61 (0)412 628 799

HOME ADDRESS: 22 Queens Avenue, Burnside, South Australia 5066

Phone and Fax:  +61 8  8332-5208 ( Home)

FIELDS OF SPECIALISATION :

Solid Mechanics, Biomechanics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Biology and Physiology, Biomedical Engineering.

DEGREES EARNED:

 B.Sc. (First Class Honours) Appl. Mathematics, Patna University, India

M.Sc.(First Class, First Rank), Appl. Mathematics, Patna University, India

Ph.D. Moscow State University, U.S.S.R., 1966

Ph.D. (Honorary, ad eundem gradum), Adelaide University, 1968

DISTINCTIONS:

 Postgraduate Merit Scholar of  Patna University.

 Elected Government of India's Research Scholar for U.S.S.R. for Ph.D. study.

HONOURS/AWARDS RECEIVED

  • Recipient (three times) of prestigious Ken Clarke Prize for the best paper published in the journal APESM in 1989, 1992, 1994.
  • Successful Indian in Australia described by the Indo-Australian Information Services
  • Supervisor of the year Award (Honorary  mention)  1995
  • EMG National Award of Aust. Math. Soc. (Applied Mathematics Division) 1998
  • Institution of Engineers, Australia-- Engineering Mathematics Award 2000
  • Man of the Year 2000 Award by the American Biographical Institute 
  • 2000 Millenium Medal of ABI
  • 35 years service Medal awarded by the University of Adelaide
  • Appointed Founding Chief Editor, IJAMAS (International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics 2004-2005)
  • Appointed Consulting Editor , Contemporary Who’s Who of the American Biographical Institute
  • Appointed Editor, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, World Scientific
  • Instituted a Prize in his honour at the University of Adelaide called  J. Mazumdar Prize in Engineering and Mathematics
  • Awarded 2002 Noble Prize by the United Cultural Convention of the USA
  • Dedicated a special issue (September 2006) of IJAMAS in honour of Professor J.Mazumdar
  • Appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the Australia Day 2012 Honours

 

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION:

Acted as Chairman of the School of Applied Mathematics, University of Adelaide (1984--1985).

Member, Faculty of Engineering, University of Adelaide.

Acted as a Course Advisor for First Year, Second Year, Third Year, Honours and Graduate level programme in Applied Mathematics of the School of Mathematical Sciences., University of Adelaide

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

Chairman, Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (S.A. branch)

Member, American Academy of Mechanics.

Member, Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.

Member, Editorial Board of the Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine

Fellow, Institution of Diagnostic Engineers, U.K. (FIDiagE).

Fellow, Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (FACPSEM).

Fellow, Institution of Engineers, Australia (FIEAust) [ it is now called Engineers Australia ]

Member, New York Academy of Science, U.S.A.

Fellow, Australian Mathematical Society (FAustMS)

Member, Australia and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science (ANZAAS)

Member, South Asia Advisory Board, University of Adelaide

 

 

POSITIONS HELD:

1955-1957 Lecturer in Mathematics, Patna University.

1957-1962 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Institute of Technology, Sindri, India.

1962-1966 Research Scholar, Moscow State University, Moscow , USSR.

1966-Continuing ,  Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader, Associate Professor and  Adjunct Professor in Applied Mathematics as well as Adjunct Professor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Adelaide. Also, was Adjunct Professor in Electrical and Information Engineering, University of South Australia, and in the School of Engineering and Industrial Science, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.

1972 (Sabbatical Year)

(Jan.-June) Visiting Professor, Department of Mechanics, State University of New York, Stony Brook, USA.

(July-Dec.) Visiting Professor, Department of Metallurgy, Mechanics and Materials Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan USA.

1977 (Sabbatical Year)

Visiting Professor, Department of Metallurgy, Mechanics and Materials Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

1982 (Jan.-June) McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada  as a recipient of International Science Exchange Award of Canada.

1987-1988 (Dec.-Feb.) Visiting Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

1988 (June-Aug.) Visiting Research Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada.

1993 Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

1998-1999 (July-July) Visiting Professor, School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

TYPES OF RESEARCH CURRENTLY DONE UNDER RESEARCH GRANTS :

(a) Australian Research Grant Commission's (A.R.G.C.) project "Behaviour of Viscoelastic Plates and Shells at Elevated Temperature".

(b) Vibrational Characteristics of Human Mitral Valve Leaflets. (A.R.G.C. Project)

(c) Time Averaged Holography for the Study of Vibrations of the Tympanic Membrane in Frog Cadaver (A.R.G.C. Project)

(d) Non-Invasive Determination of the Aortic Valve Gradient in Children using Two-Dimensional Echocardiography (Children's Medical Research Grant from Channel 10, TV - Adelaide).

(e) Spectral Analysis of Heart Sounds ( National Heart Foundation of Australia Vacation Project).

(f) Simplified Approach to the Vibration Analysis of Elastic Plates due to Sonic Boom ( Defence Research Establishment, South Australia).

(g) Fracture in Fibre Reinforced Materials. (A.R.G.C.)

(h) Plastic Analysis of Plates and Shells: A New Approach (University Research Grant).

(i) Biomechanical Analysis of Manual Lifting and Low Back Pain (University Research Grant)

(j) Biomechanical Study of Blood Flow through Prosthetic Heart Valves (A.R.G.C. and ARC Discovery Grant)

(k) A Biomechanical Study of Spinal Disorders (A.R.C.).

(l) Optimization of Flow Dynamics of a Prosthetic Heart Valve Conduit (University Research Grant).

(m) Flow Through Curved Ducts (University Research Grant).

(n) Design and sitting on Valved Conduit Performance (A.R.C).

(o) Finite Element Analysis of Crack Propagation in Rocket Motors (DSTO, Salisbury, South Australia)

 

GRANTS  HELD:

SOME RECENT GRANTS:

ARC  DISCOVERY  ( During  2000 – 2003  in  Swinburne University  of  Technology, Melbourne, with Profs Morsi and Masood  )

·         Fluid  Dynamics and Mechanical  Stresses  of  Artificial  Heart  Valves 

·         Particle Deposition in the Human Lung – Computer  Aided  Design 

·         Hydrodynamic Performance of Graft  Artery  Junctions  --  Numerical  simulation 

·          Fluid  Dynamics  and  Mechanical  Stress of  Tissue  Heart  Valves 

·         Tissue  Engineering  of  Human  Heart  Valve Grown  In – Vitro  

ARC LINKAGE with MOTOROLA

·         Telematics : Research and development of Mobile Link for Telemedicine

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH ( NIH, USA ) with Professor A.K. Saha, Central State University, OHIO

·          Cell -- Extracellular Matrix Interactions in Development of Tissue Engineered Cartilage (2008-2013)

RESIDENTIAL STATUS:  Australian Citizen

RESEARCH SUPERVISION:

Supervised  23 Ph.D. students and 16 Honours students. Presently supervising a few more Ph.D. students working in the fields of Biomedical Engineering and Biomechanics.

COURSE TEACHING:

At undergraduate level:

Vectors and Tensors, Differential Equations, Integral Equations, Theoretical Mechanics, Mechanics of Deformable Solids, Engineering Mathematics, Mathematics in Medicine and Biology.

At graduate level:

Advanced Continuum Mechanics, Mathematical Theory of Plasticity, Theory of Viscoelasticity, Theory of Vibrations, Plates and Shells, Calculus of Variations and its applications,  Mathematical Methods, Transform Methods and Signal Processing ,   Biomedical Engineering.

Some of these courses are also offered at the State University of New York, Stony Brook,  Michigan State University, East Lansing, University of Waterloo, Canada, and  Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

LABORATORY EXPERIENCE:

(a) Shadow-Moire Laboratory, State University of New York, Stony Brook, (January - June 1972). (See #23 in the "Solid Mechanics" Publication List).

(b) Laser Holography Laboratory, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide, Australia. Performed experiments on frog's eardrum (1974). (See #4 in the "Biomechanics / Biomedical Engineering" Publication List).

(c) Ultrasound Laboratory, Cardio-Pulmonary Division, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Adelaide Children's Hospital. (See #6, 12, 17, 22, 23, 28 in the Biomechanics/ Biomedical Engineering Publication List.

INVITED PAPERS PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:

(a) First International Conference on Noise, Shock and Vibration held in Melbourne, Australia, (1974).

(b) 47th Shock and Vibration Symposium held in Albuquerque USA., (1976).

(c) First International Conference on Mathematical Modeling held in St Louis, USA., (1977).

(d) Second International Conference on Mathematical Modeling held in St. Louis, USA., (1979).

(e) International Federation of Automatic Control Symposium on Theory and Application of Digital Control held in New Delhi, (1982).

(f) International Symposia-cum-workshop on Bioengineering at Jadavpur University (1983).

(g) First Biennial Engineering Mathematics Conference held in Melbourne (1994)

(h) International Conference on Mathematical Modeling at University of Brunei, Darussalam (1995)

(i) International Conference on Engineering Mathematics and Applications(EMAC) held in Adelaide(1998)

(j) International Conference on Mathematical Modeling  held in Roorkee , India (2001)

 

PUBLICATIONS OF J. MAZUMDAR

SCHOOL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS &

SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

Published after 1966

Invited Feature Articles, Book Chapters and Monograph

[1] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part I) by J.Mazumdar, "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., Vol. 7, pp. 75-88 (1975).

[2] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part II) by J.Mazumdar, "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., Vol. 11, pp. 25-29 (1979).

[3] Phonocardiography: Analyses of instrumentation, and vibration of heart structures to determine their constitutive properties  by E. Van Vollenhoven, N. Suzumura, D.N. Ghista, J.Mazumdar and T. Hearn. Contributed chapter in "Advances in Cardiovascular Physics" (S. Karger Publisher, Switzerland) (1979).

[4] Determination of in-vivo constitutive properties and normal-pathogenic states of mitral valve leaflets and left ventricular myocardium from phonocardiographic data , by J.Mazumdar. Book chapter in the book entitled "Applied Physiological Mechanics" edited by D.N. Ghista (Harwood Academic Publishing Co., New York) (1980).

[5] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part III), by J.Mazumdar."The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., Vol. 14, pp 11-17 (1982).

[6] Mathematical methods in cardiovascular medicine by  J.Mazumdar, D.N. Ghista, P. Stein and E. McCutcheon. Contributed chapter in "Handbook of Applicable Mathematics" (John Wiley & Sons) (1984).

 [7] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part IV) by J.Mazumdar. "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., Vol. 16, pp.9-15 (1984).

[8] Biomechanical analysis of the cardiovascular system  by D N Ghista, J.Mazumdar, P Stein and E McCutcheon in Mathematical Methods in Medicine, ed by  R. Block, Wiley (1986)

[9] "An Introduction to Mathematical Physiology and Biology" by J.Mazumdar (Cambridge University Press, U.K.), First edition (1989), Second edition(1999)

[10] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part V) by J.Mazumdar. "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., (1988).

[11] "Biofluid Mechanics" by J.Mazumdar (World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore and New York 1992).

[12] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes (Part VI) by J.Mazumdar "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C., (1993).

[13] Invited Guest Editor for a special issue of "Automedica" on Mathematical Modelling in Medicine, Vol. 15 (1993).

[14] Techniques and Applications of Mathematical Modelling of Three Dimensional Blood Flow Through Arterial Structures  by K.C. Ang and J.Mazumdar, contributed Chapter in “ Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biomedical Systems", edited by C.T. Leondes, Kluwer Academic, 2002

[15] Techniques in the Study of Blood Flow Through Both Constrictions and Pre-Stenotic Dilations in Arteries by  B.Pincombe and J.Mazumdar, contributed Chapter in "Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biomedical Systems", edited by C.T. Leondes, Kluwer Academic, 2002

[16] “Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of Shallow Shells – A New Approach” by M.M. Banerjee and J.Mazumdar ( LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, 2014)

On Biomechanics/Biomedical Engineering

[1] Design analysis, development and testing of the optimum prosthetic aortic leaflet valve - theoretical and experimental aspects (J.Mazumdar, D.N. Ghista, H. Reul and T. Hearn). Proceedings 16th Annual Conference on Physics and Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Sydney (1976).

[2] Analysis for the determination of the in-vivo elasticity of the mitral valve (J.Mazumdar, D.N. Ghista and T. Hearn). Proceedings 16th Annual Conference on Physics and Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Sydney (1976).

[3] A mathematical model for the stress and vibration analysis of the human mitral valve (T. Hearn and J.Mazumdar). "The Shock and Vibration Bulletin", Part 2, 47, pp.55-62 (1977).

[4] Time averaged holography for the study of the vibrations of the tympanic membrane in a frog cadaver (J.Mazumdar, D. Bucco and C. Hansen). "Journal of the Otolarynogological Society of Australia", Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 149-154 (1977).

[5] Mathematical analysis of mitral valve leaflets ( T. Hearn and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Biomechanics", Vol. 11, No. 6-7, pp. 291-299 (1978).

[6] Use of the phonocardiogram for the non-invasive study of the mitral valve (J.Mazumdar and T.C. Hearn). Proceedings, 18th Conference on Physical Sciences and Engineering in Medicine and Biology, pp. 96-101, (August 1978).

[7] Temporal and heart-size effects in first heart sound spectra ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar, R. Hubbard and G. Eyster). "Medical and Biological Engineering", Vol. 17, pp. 563-568 (1979).

[8] A mathematical model for the non-invasive study of the human mitral valve tissue ( T.C. Hearn , J.Mazumdar, R. Alldritt, D. Nandagopal). Proceedings, Second International Conference on Mathematical Modelling, St. Louis, U.S.A., Vol II, pp. 807-817 (1979).

[9] Determination of in-vivo constitutive properties and normal-pathogenic states of mitral valve leaflets and left ventricular myocardium from phonocardiographic data. Contributed chapter by J.Mazumdar in a book "Applied Physiological Mechanics", edited by D.N. Ghista. (Hardwood Academic Publishers, New York) (1980).

[10] Atrio-ventricular valve response to systolic pressure loading (J.Mazumdar, T.C. Hearn, J.R. Coleby and D. Nandagopal). Proceedings, Second International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, Osaka, Japan, pp. 134-135, (1980).

[11] Spectral analysis of second heart sound (S2) using linear prediction coding ( D. Nandagopal, J.Mazumdar and R.E. Bogner). Proceedings, Second International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, Osaka, Japan, 102-103. (1980).

[12] Phonocardiography: Analysis of instrumentation, and vibration of heart structures to determine their constitutive properties ( E. Van Vollenhoven, N. Suzumura, D.N. Ghista, J.Mazumdar and T.C. Hearn). Contributed chapter in "Advances in Cardiovascular Physics", Vol. 2, pp. 68-118 (Karger Publisher, Switzerland),(1980).

[13] A study of the dynamic response of atrioventricular valves using a membrane model ( T.C. Hearn and J.Mazumdar) "International Journal of Mathematical Modelling", Vol. 2, pp. 97-107 (1981).

[14] An instrumentation system and analysis procedure for phonocardiographic studies ( D. Nandagopal, J.Mazumdar, G. Karolyi and T.C. Hearn). "Australian Journal of Biomedical Engineering", Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 16-20 (1981).

[15] Comments on the analysis of valve vibrations and heart sounds ( T.C. Hearn and J.Mazumdar). "Physics in Medicine and Biology", Vol. 26, No. 2 (1981).

[16] A study of temporal variation in heart sound frequency spectra using Fast Fourier Transforms (D. Nandagopal and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 47-50 (1981).

[17] Linear prediction in heart sound analysis (D.Nandagopal, R.E.Bogner, J.Mazumdar and G.Karoli). National Biomedical Engineering Conference, (1981).

[18] First heart sound spectra in relation to anterior mitral leaflet closing velocity ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar and L.J. Mahar). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing", Vol. 29, pp. 466-475 (1982).

[19] Application of digital processing of heart sound to heart valve modelling ( D. Nandagopal, J.Mazumdar, R.E. Bogner and G. Karolyi). IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control). Symposium on Theory and Application of Digital Control, Proceedings, Vol. 1. pp. 9.1-9.3 (1982).

[20] Biomechanics of cemented prostheses failures and optimum design (with D.N. Ghista, J.Mazumdar and R.V. Repo) 35th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Proceedings, Philadelphia (1982).

[21] Energy dissipation form atrioventricular valve vibration ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar and D.N. Ghista), 35th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Proceedings, Philadelphia (1982).

[22] Biomechanical estimate from atrioventricular valve vibrations ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar and D.N. Ghista), Proceedings 35th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, (1982)

[23] A mathematical model for the study of flow through disk-type prosthetic heart valves ( J.Mazumdar and K. Thalassoudis). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing", Vol. 21, pp. 400-411 (1983).

[24] A study of orifice shape effects in the determination of mitral valve area by two-dimensional echocardiography (with T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar, E. Goldblatt, N.L. Fazzalari and D. Nandagopal). "Acta Cardiologica", Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2, pp. 199-208 (1983).

[25] Spectral energy of the first heart sound in relation to mitral valve size parameter ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar, E. Goldblatt, D. Nandagopal and N.L. Fazzalari). "Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol. 6, pp. 76-81 (1983).

[26] Towards quantitative determination of valvular calcification and pressure drops across malfunctioning heart valves ( T.C. Hearn, J.Mazumdar, D. Nandagopal, D.N. Ghista, J. Robinson, H. Tihal and R.E. Bogner). Proceedings of IEEE Frontiers of Engineering and Computing in Health Care, pp. 127-131 (1983).

[27] Recent advances in non-invasive techniques in cardiology - Biomechanical and clinical considerations (J.Mazumdar). Proceedings International Symposia-cum-Workshop on Bioengineering, Jadavpur University, pp. 93-101 (1983).

[28] A mathematical study of energy dissipation due to atrioventricular valve vibration ( T.C. Hearn and J.Mazumdar). "International Journal of Mathematical Modelling", Vol. 5, pp. 363-381 (1984).

[29] A study of first heart sound spectra in normal anesthetised cats: Possible origins and chest wall influence ( N.L. Fazzalari, J.Mazumdar, D.N. Ghista, D.G. Allen and H. de Bruin). "Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine", 48, pp. 30-34 (1984).

[30] Spectral analysis of the second heart sound in normal children by selective linear prediction coding ( D. Nandagopal, J.Mazumdar, R.E. Bogner and E. Goldblatt). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing", 22, pp. 229-239 (1984).

[31] A mathematical study of semilunar valve vibration (J.Mazumdar and D. Woodard-Knight). "Journal of Biomechanics", 17, pp. 639-641 (1984).

[32] Mathematical methods in cardiovascular medicine ( J.Mazumdar,D.N. Ghista, P. Stein and E. McCutcheon). Contributed chapter in "Handbook of Applicable Mathematics". (John Wiley & Sons) (1984).

[33] Mathematical model for turbulent flow through a disc-type prosthetic heart valve ( K. Thalassoudis and J.Mazumdar). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing", Vol. 22, pp. 529-536 (1984).

[34] A noninvasive study of the third heart sound in children by phono and echo-cardiography (J.Mazumdar, G. Ewing, E. Goldblatt and N.L. Fazzalari). "Acta Cardiologica", Vol. XXXIX, pp. 241-254 (1984).

[35] Three dimensional reconstruction of the left ventrical from four anatomically defined apical two-dimensional echo-cardiographic view ( N.L. Fazzalari, J.Mazumdar, J.A. Davidson, L.J. Mahar and E deNardi). "Acta Cardiologica", Vol. XXXIX, pp. 409-436 (1984).

[36] Assessment of atrioventricular valve leaflet property-based pathology from heart valve vibrational and heart sound spectral analysis (J.Mazumdar, T.C. Hearn, D.N. Gopal and D.N. Ghista). "Automedica", 5, pp. 317-323 (1984).

[37] Use of the maximum entropy method in the spectral analysis of the third heart sound ( G. Ewing, J.Mazumdar, E. Goldblatt and E. Van Vollenhoven). Proceedings Fourth European Conference on Mechanocardiography, Budapest (1985).

[38] Pediatric aortic valve assessment from phono-echo cardiograms and aortic valve vibration analysis ( D. Nandagopal, D.N. Ghista, J.Mazumdar,T.C. Hearn, C. Wu, J. Robinson and E. Goldblatt). "Automedica", 6, pp. 249-267 (1986).

[39] A comparative study of the maximum entropy method and fast Fourier technique for frequency analysis of the third heart sound ( G. Ewing, J.Mazumdar, E. Goldblatt, E. Van Vollenhoven and B. Vojdani). "Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol. 9, No. 3 (1986).

[40] A numerical model for non-Newtonian blood flow through a disk-type prosthetic heart valve (J.Mazumdar and  G. Merchant). "Automedica", Vol. 7, pp. 158-177 (1986).

[41] Numerical study of turbulent blood flow through a caged-ball prosthetic heart valve using a boundary fitted coordinate system ( K. Thalassoudis, J.Mazumdar, B.J. Noye and I.H. Craig). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing", Vol. 25, pp. 173-180 (1987).

[42] A mathematical model for non-Newtonian blood flow through elastic arteries ( K.C. Ang and J.Mazumdar). Research Report No. UAAM-87-3, The University of Adelaide (1987).

[43] Further studies of biomechanical models of seoliosis (G. Noone, J.Mazumdar and B. Seeger). Research Report No. UAAM-87-10, The University of Adelaide (1987).

[44] A biomechanical study of environmental factors affecting long jump performance  (G. Noone and J.Mazumdar) “Journal of Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine”, Vol 10, pp 31-38 (1987)

[45] Spinal collapse in Duchenne muscular dystrophy ( G. Noone and J.Mazumdar ). "Automedica" Vol. 10, pp. 299-310 (1989).

[46] "An Introduction to Mathematical Physiology and Biology" by J.Mazumdar (Cambridge University Press, U.K.), 208 pages (1989).

[47] Assessment of haemolytic and thromboembolic potentials - from CFD studies of Starr- Edwards cardiac valve prostheses ( G.D.Tansley, J.Mazumdar, B.J. Noye, I.H. Craig and K. Thalassoudis). "Journal of Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol 12, pp121-127 (1989) ( Received Ken Clarke Award for the best paper )

[48] Scoliosis development and corrective biomechanics (  G Noone, J.Mazumdar and  D N Ghista ), Proceedings of the Second Congress of Asian and Oceanic Physiological Societies, New Delhi (1990)

[49] Assessment of fluid dynamics in a heart valve conduit: haemolytic and thromboembolic potentials ( K.C. Jones, G.D. Tansley and J.Mazumdar). In: "proceedings of the first Australian Fidap symposium/users meeting, Sydney November 8 1990.", Compumod Pty, Sydney.

[50]  Continuous model of the human scoliotic spine ( G. Noone , J.Mazumdar and D.N.Ghista). "Journal of Biomedical Engineering", Vol. 13, pp. 473-480 (1991).

[51] Developmental and corrective biomechanics for Scoliosis ( G. Noone, J.Mazumdar and D.N. Ghista). Special issue "IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Journal", Vol. 10, pp. 37-41 (1991).

[52] A mathematical study of non-Newtonian blood flow through arteries ( K.C Ang, J.Mazumdar and L.L Soh). "Australian Physical and Engineering Science in Medicine", Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 65-73 (1991). ( Received Ken Clarke Award for the best paper )

[53] Asymmetrical loads and lateral bending of human spine ( G. Noone, J.Mazumdar, K. Kothiyal, D. N. Ghista, and G. D. Tansley). Proceedings World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering. Kyoto, Japan, pp. 572-573 (1991).

[54] Comparison of high-dose simvastatin monotherapy and conventional therapy in familial hypercholes-terolaemia (J.Mazumdar and I.H. Craig). "Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine", (1992).

[55] Lifting low-lying loads in Sagittal plane ( G. Noone and J.Mazumdar ). Journal "Ergonomics", Vol. 35, pp. 65-92 (1992).

[56] A mathematical study of simple exponential modelling in biochemical processes (J.Mazumdar, M. Banerjee and L. Y. Teng). "J. Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 226-233 (1992).

[57] A biomechanical model for optimal postures in manual lifting tasks ( K. Kothiyal, J.Mazumdar and G. Noone). International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics ,Vol. 10, pp. 241-255 (1992).

[58] "Biofluid Mechanics" by J.Mazumdar (World Scientific Publishing Co., 191 pages, 1992).

[59] An assessment of loss measurement methods for steady flow through cardiac valve prostheses using computational fluid mechanics (K. C. Jones , J.Mazumdar and G. D. Tansley). Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Singapore (1992)

[60] Computational fluid mechanical evaluation of steady-flow energy losses in cardiac valve prostheses (K.C. Jones,  G.D. Tansley and J.Mazumdar )."Australian Physical Sciences and Engineering in Medicine".Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 193-202 (1992).

[61] The use of Casson's equation to approximate blood flow through arteries (J.Mazumdar and L.L. Soh). Special issue "Automedica" Vol. 15, pp. 197-206 (1993).

[62] Asymmetrical loads and lateral bending of the human spine ( G. Noone, J.Mazumdar, D.N. Ghista and G.D. Tansley). "Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing" Vol. 31, pp. S131-S136 (1993).

[63] Biomechanical simulations of scoliotic spinal deforming and corrections ( G. Noone, J.Mazumdar, K. Kothiyal, D.N. Ghista, K. Subbaraj and G. Viviani). "J. Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine" Vol. 16, pp. 63-74 (1993). ( Received Ken Clarke Award for the best paper)

[64] Biomathematical Modeling and Computing –Special issue edited by J.Mazumdar (1993) Gordon and Breach Publishers.

[65] A mathematical study of turbulent blood flow through an arterial bifurcation (J.Mazumdar and W.A. Sidik) "J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", Vol. 17, pp. 1 - 14 (1994).

[66] Modelling of blood flow through stenosed arteries using C.F.D. ( K.C.Ang and J. Mazumdar ). Proceedings of 8th International Conference of Biomedical Engineering, Singapore 228-230 (1994)

[67] Effects of relative severity and geometrical shapes of multiply stenosed arteries on flow of blood ( K.C. Ang and J.Mazumdar). Proceedings of the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Brazil Vol 39a, (1994)

[68] A family profile of heart disease risk markers and their relation to parents' education, fathers' occupation, and family history of heart disease ( T.J.C. Boulton, R.A. Cockington, I.H. Craig, J.Mazumdar and A.M. Magarey) "Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health", Vol. 31, pp 200 - 206 (1995).

[69] Spectral Analysis of Heart Sounds and its Applications to Mathematical  Modelling of Heart Valve Structures by J. Mazumdar ,Proceedings 1st Biennial Engineering Mathematics Conference, Melbourne, Australia pp 261-269 (1995).

[70] Mathematical modelling of triple arterial stenosis  ( K. C. Ang and J.Mazumdar ). “ Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 18, 89-95, (1995).

[71] A Mathematical Study of Blood Flow through Viscoelastic Walled Stenosed Arteries ( B. Pincombe and J.Mazumdar). "J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 18, 81-89, (1995).

[72] Neural network based feature extraction scheme for heart rate variability ( B. Raymond, J.Mazumdar, D. Nandagopal and D. Taverner) "Proceedings of SPIE Aerosense '95, 893-904, Orlando, Florida", (1995)

[73] A Comparative Study of Artificial Intelligent Techniques in the Detection of Coronary Artery Disease, ( R.K. Jain and J. Mazumdar) ETD 2000, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Almitos, USA, pp. 113-120", (1995)

[74] Research in Biomedical Sciences ( R.K. Jain and J. Mazumdar) ETD 2000, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, USA, pp.612-619", (1995)

[75]Application of Neural Networks to the Categorization of Facial Expressions and its Clinical Significance, ( M.Driscoll, J.Mazumdar, I.Pilowsky and M.Katsikitis ) “Proceedings of Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society and 14th Conference of the Biomedical Engineering Society of India , Delhi, India (1995)

[76] Expert System, Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks in the Detection of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) (R. Jain, J.Mazumdar and W. Moran). Journal Biomedical Fuzzy and Human Sciences, vol. 2, No.1 (1996)

[77] Use of Multilayer Perception in the Classification of Coronary Artery Disease Data ( R.K. Jain and J. Mazumdar) "Fourth International Conference on ICARV'96, Western Stamford Singapore, 3: 2247-2251", (1996)

[78] Spectral Analysis of an Acoustic Respiratory Signal with a view to developing an Apnoea Monitor ( A. Ajmani, J.Mazumdar and D. Jarvis) "J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 19, 46-52 (1996)

[79] Modified adaptive line enhancement filter and its application to heart sound noise cancellation ( M. Tinati, J.Mazumdar and A. Bouzerdam). Proceedings International Symposium on Signal Processing and its applications, ISSPA, Gold Coast, Australia, 815-818 (1996)

[80] Analysis of heart sound (Phonocardiogram) signals using the wavelet transform ( S.K. Sardar, J.Mazumdar and T.L.J. Ferris). Engineering and  the Physical Sciences in Medicine and Health Conference, p 161 (!996)

[81] Mathematical modelling of three dimensional flow through an asymmetric stenosis. ( K. C. Ang and J.Mazumdar). "J. Mathematical and Computer modelling" 25, 19-29, (1997)

[82] The effects of multiple stenoses and aneurisms on non-Newtonian blood flow ( B. Pincombe and J.Mazumdar). "J. Mathematical and Computer Modelling", 25, 57-70, (1997)

[83] A computational model for blood flow through highly curved arteries with asymmetric stenoses ( K. C. Ang and J.Mazumdar). " J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 20, 152-163 (1997)

[84] Classification of heart rate variability in patients with mild hypertension ( B. Raymond, Taverner.D, J.Mazumdar and D. Nandagopal) "J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 20, 207-213 (1997)

[85] Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease by phonocardiography based on Neural Networks ( M. Tinati, J.Mazumdar and A. Bouzerdoum) IEEE Int. Conf. on Digital Signal Processing, 75-79 (1997)

[86] Time -Frequency Analysis of Heart Sounds before and after Angioplasty ( M.A. Tinati, J.Mazumdar, A. Bouzerdouni and L.J. Mahar), "13th International Conference on Digital Signal Processing," (1997)

[87] Modelling the shift of the low frequency component of heart rate variability ( B. Raymond and J. Mazumdar), "Proceedings of Computers in Cardiology 1997, 407-410, Lund, Sweden", (1997)

[88] Numerical Model of Power Law Flow Through an Atherosclerotic Artery ( B. Pincombe and J.Mazumdar), "Computational Techniques and Applications: CTAC'97, Eds. J. Noye, M.Teubner, A. Gill, World Scientific, Singapore", 553-560(1998)

[89] Mathematical modelling of peristaltic transport of non-Newtonian fluid ( A.Mernone and J.Mazumdar) " J. Australian Physical & Engineering Sciences in Medicine", 21,3, pp126-140 (1998)

[90] Visualisation of heart rate variability data using topographic mappings ( B. Raymond and J. Mazumdar), "Proceedings of Computers in Cardiology 1998, 141-144, Cleveland, USA", (1998)

[91] A neural network for heart rate variability in patients with mild hypertension ( B. Raymond, D. Nandagopal and J. Mazumdar) "Proceedings of EMAC '98, 427-430, Adelaide, Australia", (1998)

[92] Prevention through postural energization of spinal structures; treatment through percutaneous discectomy ( D.N. Ghista, S.Subbaraj, J.Mazumdar and R.Rezian), "IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 17(3), pp. 36-41", (1998)

[93] Neural Network Approach for the Classification of Heart Disease Data, (R.Jain and J.Mazumdar), "Australian journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems, pp. 86-93", (winter 1998)

[94] Peristaltic Flow of a non-Newtonian Fluid and its biomedical Applications ( A.Mernone and J.Mazumdar) "Proceeding of EMAC’98", 367-370 (1998)

[95] Herschel-Bulkley and Casson Flow through Viscoelastic walled Arteries( B.Pincombe and J.Mazumdar), "Proceeding of EMAC’98",399-402 (1998)

[96] Short-Time Fourier analysis of Phonocardiograms before and after angioplasty ( M.Tinati, J.Mazumdar, A. Bouzerdoum and L.J.Maher) "Proceeding of EMAC’98", 495-498 (1998)

[97] Application of Fuzzy-classifier system to coronary artery disease and Breast cancer( R. Jain, J.Mazumdar and W. Moran), Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine, 21, 141-147 (1998)

[98] An Introduction to Mathematical Physiology and Biology by J.Mazumdar, Cambridge University Press, Second Edition, 226 pages (1999)

[99] Effects of multiple stenoses and post stenotic dilatation on non-Newtonian blood flow in small arteries, (B. Pincombe, J.Mazumdar and I. Hamilton-Craig), Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 37 , 595-599 (1999 )

[100] Mathematical modelling of peristaltic motion of a Casson fluid, (A.Mernone, J.Mazumdar and S. Lucas) "Mathematical and Computer Modelling" 35, 885-912 (2002)

[101] Spectral Analysis of Heart Sounds and Vibration Analysis of Heart Valves (J.Mazumdar) "Proceedings of EMAC 2000" 211-214

[102] Unsteady flow of fluids through arterial stenosis ( W. L. Siauw , E. Y. K. Ng and J.Mazumdar ), "International Journal of Medical Engineers & Physics" vol.22 (2000), Elsevier Services (UK)

[103] Biomathematical modelling of physiological fluids using a Casson fluid with emphasis to peristalsis (A. Mernone and J.Mazumdar ) " Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine" vol.23, 94-100 (2000)

[104] Mathematical modelling of heart valves and their clinical significance, (J.Mazumdar)   “Proceeding, International Conference on Mathematical Modelling ", 621-632 (2000), McGraw Hill Publishing Co, New Delhi

[105] A Biomechanincal Study of Heart Valve Disease (Invited Paper), (J.Mazumdar), " Proceedings of the First Asian-Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics", 861-867 (2001), Elsevier Publisher, London

[106] Techniques and Applications of Mathematical Modelling of Three Dimensional Blood Flow Through Arterial Structures ( K. C. Ang and J.Mazumdar ), "Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biomedical Systems", edited by C. T. Leondes, Kluwer Academic, 2002

[107] Techniques in the Study of Blood Flow Through Both Constrictions and Post-Stenotic Dilatations in Arteries ( B. Pincombe and J.Mazumdar ), "Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biomedical Systems", edited by C. T. Leondes, Kluwer Academic, 2002

[108] A Genetic Algorithm Nearest Neighbour Classification to Breast Cancer Diagonisis( R.Jain and J.Mazumdar) "Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine";vol.26, 6-11 (2003)

[109] An Overview of Wavelets for Image Processing for Wireless Application( D.Osborne, J.Mazumdar,D.Rogers,R.Coutts,D.Abbott) in "Proceedings of SPIE,vol.4935, 429-435(2002).

[110] Preliminary study of flow through bifurcation with a view to study particle deposition in human lung ( Toby Lai , Y Morsi and J.Mazumdar) Proceeding, International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Singapore, 2003

[111] Dynamics of the Cell and its Extracellular Matrix-A Simple Mathematical Approach(A.K.Saha and J.Mazumdar),IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE,vol.2, 89-93(2003).

[112] Effects of Environmental Fluctuations on the Dynamic Composition of Engineered Cartilage: A Deterministic Model in the Stochastic Environment( A.K.Saha, J.Mazumdar & Y.S.Morsi), IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE,vol.2, 158-162(2003).

[113] Prediction of Growth Factor Effects in Engineered Cartilage Composition Using Deterministic and Stochastic Modeling ( A.K.Saha, J.Mazumdar & S. Kohles), ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING,vol 32,871 – 879, (2004). ( Best Student Paper Award by Saha )

[114] Modeling Depression through Counteractive Effects of Stress and Exercise on the Brain ( A K Saha, S N Sarbadhikari and J Mazumdar), “ Journal of Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine”, Vol 27, 309-  (2004)

[115] Dynamics of Matrix Molecules in Tissue Engineered Cartilage Constructs in Supplementation of Growth Factors.A Deterministic Model in a Stochastic Environment ( A.K.Saha , J.Mazumdar and S. Kohles).” Journal of Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine”, vol 28, 97-105 (2005) ( Received Best Student Paper Award by Saha )

[116] K.L. Wong and J.Mazumdar, “Numerical Modelling of Air Flow Through a Pocketed Duct with Application to Natural Ventilated Architectural Buildings” ,  International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, vol 3, 37-51 (2005)

[117] Kelvin K.L.Wong, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott, A study of relationship between geometrical variation of atherosclerotic arteries and flow resistance, Proceedings 12th  International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Singapore, Paper #3A5-01 ( 2005 )

[118] K.L. Wong, J. Mazumdar, B. Pincombe, S. G. Worthley, P. Sanders, and D. Abbott, Theoretical modelling of micro-scale biological phenomena  in human coronary arteries, Medical and Biological Engineereing and Computing  ,  Vol 44, pp 971-982 (2006)

[119] K.L.Wong, P. Kuklik, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J.Mazumdar and D.Abbott  Blood flow assessment in the aortic heart valve based on magnetic resonance images using optical flow analysis, Proc. 15th Int. Conf. Mechanics in Med & Biol. (ICMMB), Vol. 15, pp 74-76 (2006) [Awarded ICMMB Young Investigator Award to K.L.Wong]                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

[120] K.L.Wong, P.Kuklik, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott Blood flow assessment in a heart with septal defect based on optical flow analysis of magnetic resonance images, Proc. SPIE Biomed. Appl. Micro- & Nanoeng, Vol 6416, Paper No. 64160L, Adelaide, Australia (2006)

[121] K.L. Wong, P.Molaee, P. Kuklik, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D.Abbott,  “Motion Estimation of Vortical Blood Flow Within the Right Atrium in a Patient with Atrial Septal Defect”, IEEE/ICME Int. Conf. On Complex Med. Eng., Beijing, pp 862-869 (2007)

[122] K.L. Wong, R.M.Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D.Abbott “ Flow in left atrium using mr fluid motion estimation”, Proc. SPIE Microelectronics, MEMS and Nanotechnology, Canberra, Paper #68021H (2007)

[123] K.L.Wong, R.M.Kelso, S.G.Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott “The characterisation of  blood rotation in human heart chamber based on statistical analysis of vorticity maps “ Smart Materials, Nano and Micro-Smart Systems, International Society for Optics and Photonics, Proceedings of Smart Materials (2008)

[124] K.L. Wong, S.M. Zhu, R.M. Keslo, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott “ Accuracy of MR fluid motion estimation scheme with reference to analytical velocity field data”, 7th International Symposium on Advanced Fluid Information and Transdisciplinary Fluid Integration (AFI/TFI 2008)

[125] K.L.Wong, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P.Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott, “ MR fluid motion tracking of blood flow in right atrium of patient with atrial septal defect”, Proceedings of 5th International Conference of Information Technology and Applications in Biomedicine (ITAB) , Shenzhen, Art. No. 1253 (2008)

[126] K.L. Wong, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott, “ Flow imaging and validation of MR fluid motion tracking”, Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Volume 23, pp 569-573 (2008)[Outstanding Paper Award to K.L. Wong]

[127] K.L.Wong, R.M. Kelso, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott, “The effects of noise and sampling size on vorticity measurements in rotating fluids “ Proceedings of SPIE , 7375-737523 , 01/2008

[128] K.L. Wong, R.M. Keslo, S.G. Worthly, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott  “Cardiac flow characterization based on statistical analysis of vorticity maps” Proceedings of SPIE Microelectronics, MEMS and Nanotechnology (Complex Systems II), Melbourne, 7270, Art No. 72700W (2008)

[129] K.L.Wong, R.M.Kelso, S.G.Worthly, P.Sanders, J.Mazumdar and D.Abbott  Theory and validation of magnetic resonance fluid motion estimation using intensity flow data”, PLoS ONE, 4(3), p e4757 (2009)

[130] K.L.Wong,  R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott  “Medical imaging and processing methods for cardiac flow reconstruction”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, 9(1),pp 1-20 (2009)

[131] M. Ikbal, S.Chakravarty, K.L. Wong, J.Mazumdar  and P.K. Mandal, “ Unsteady response of non-Newtonian blood flow through a stenosed artery in magnetic field”, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics , 230, pp 243-259 (2009) 

[132] K.L.Wong, R.M. Keslo, S.G. Worthly, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott  “A novel diagnostic system for cardiac abnormalities based on magnetic resonance fluid motion tracking” , Proceedings of the World Congress on Bioengineering,Hong Kong, T2.3.2:91 (2009)

[133] K.L.Wong, R.M. Kelso, S.G. Worthley, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott   “Cardiac flow analysis applied to phase contrast magnetic resonance imaging of the heart”, Annals of Biomedical Engineering , 37 (8) pp1495-1515 (2009)

[134] K.L.Wong, R.M.Kelso, S.G.Worthley, P. Sanders, J.Mazumdar and D. Abbott “ Noninvasive cardiac flow assessment using high speed magnetic resonance fluid motion tracking” , PLoS ONE , vol 4,issue 5, Paper No.e5688 (2009)

[135] K.L.Wong, R.M.Kelso, S.G.Worthley , P.Sanders , J. Mazumdar and D.Abbott  “A novel measurement system for cardiac flow analysis applied to phase contrast magnetic resonance imaging of the heart”, Proceedings of the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, and the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE), vol 25/II, 596-599, (2009) [IFMBE Young Investigator Award to K.L. Wong]

[136] K.L. Wong, J.Y.Tu, R.M. Keslo, S.G.Worthly, P. Sanders, J. Mazumdar and D. Abbott. “Cardiac flow component analysis”, Medical Engineering and Physics, 32 (2), 174-188 (2010)

[137] K.L. Wong, J.Y.Tu, J. Mazumdar and D.Abbott “ Modelling of blood flow resistance for an atherosclerotic artery with multiple stenoses and poststenotic dilatations”, ANZIAM Journal, Vol 51, C66-C82 (2010)

[138] K.L.Wong, J.Y.Tu, R.M.Keslo, S.G.Worthley, P.Sanders, J.Mazumdar and D.Abbott  “Pathological diagnosis Based on Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Cardiac Flow Analysis”, Expert Review of Medical Devices, (IF:1.725) ,(2010)

[139] Kelvin K.L. Wong, Zhonghua Sun, Jiyuan Tu, Stephen G. Worthley, Jagannath Mazumdar and Derek Abbott  “Medical image diagnostics based on computer-aided flow analysis using magnetic resonance images”, Computerized medical imaging and graphics : the official journal of the  Computerized Medical Imaging Society , 36, 527-541 (2012)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

 

                             

                                            

On Solid Mechanics

[1] Bending and stability of plates of arbitrary shape in plane. (Ph.D.Dissertation by J.Mazumdar), Moscow State University, Moscow, 127 pages (1965). (In Russian).

[2] Solution of certain flexure problems for plates of arbitrary shape. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Vestnik Moscovskogo Univ-ta", Serija 1, No. 4, pp 94-103 (1965). (In Russian).

[3] Avtoreferat dissertastii no soiskanie uchenoi Stepeni Candidata fiziko - Matematicheskikh Nauk.( J.Mazumdar ) "Moscow University Press", pp 1-6, (1965). (In Russian).

[4] Stability of plates of arbitrary shapes. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Ibid", No. 6, pp 61-70, (1966). (In Russian).

[5] An Introduction to the Theory of Plasticity for Engineers. (J.Mazumdar) "BITA", India, Vol. XII, pp 22-26 (1966).

[6] Estimation of errors involved in the approximate solutions of plate bending problems by the method of constant deflection lines.( J.Mazumdar ) "Vestnik Moscovskogo Univ-ta", Serija 1, No. 3. pp 76-83 (1969). (In Russian).

[7] The bending of a uniformly loaded clamped semi-circular plate by the method of constant deflection lines. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Proceedings of the Second Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials", pp 18.1-18.12 (1969).

[8] A method for solving problems of elastic plates of arbitrary shape. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of Australian Mathematical Society", Vol. XI, pp 95-112 (1970).

[9] On the stress analysis of an elliptic plate by the method of Filonenko-Borodich (  B.P. Singh and J.Mazumdar). "International Journal of Solids and Structures ", Vol 7, pp 1495-1504 (1971).

[10] Buckling of elastic plates by the method of constant deflection lines. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society", Vol XIII, pp 91-103 (1971).

[11] A more exact solution for the bending of a semi-circular elastic plate by the method of constant deflection lines ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "Proceedings of the Third Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials", Pt. 2, 15p, (1971).

[12] Transverse vibration of elastic plates of arbitrary shape by the method of constant deflection lines. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of Sound and Vibrations", Vol. 18, pp 147-155 (1971).

[13] Bending of an arbitrary loaded elliptic plate with a simply supported edge ( B.P. Singh and J.Mazumdar). "Proceedings of the Third Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials", Pt. 2, pp. 15, (1971).

[14] Transverse vibration of membranes of arbitrary shape by the method of constant deflection contours.( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 27, pp 47-57 (1973).

[15] A method of static analysis of shallow shells ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Journal", 12, pp. 1134-1136, (1974).

[16] Vibration of viscoelastic plates under transverse load by the method of constant deflection contours ( J. Hewitt and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", 33, pp. 319-333 (1974).

[17] Transverse vibration of shallow shells by the method of constant deflection contours ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar) "Journal of the Acoustical Society of America", 56, pp. 1487-1493 (1974).

[18] Transverse vibration of elliptic plates with in-plane forces ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "Proceedings Noise, Shock and Vibration Conference", pp. 107-112 (1974).

[19] Vibrations of triangular viscoelastic plates ( J. Hewitt and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE)", 100, pp. 1143-1148 (1974).

[20] A simplified approach to the analysis of large deflections of plates ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transaction American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)" 41, pp. 523-525 (1974).

[21] A method for the study of transient heat conduction in plates of arbitrary cross section. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Nuclear Engineering and Design", 31, pp. 383-390 (1974).

[22] Further studies in the buckling of elastic plates by the method of constant deflection contours (J.Mazumdar and R. Jones). "Proceedings, Nineteenth Congress of ISTAM", pp. 153-168 (1974)

[23] Further studies in the application of the method of constant deflection lines to plate bending problems. "International Journal of Engineering Sciences ", Vol. 13, pp. 423-443 (1975). ( R. Jones, J.Mazumdar and Fu-Pen Chiang).

[24] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes. ( J.Mazumdar ) "The Shock and Vibration Digest", invited feature article, Vol. 7, No. 6, pp. 75-88 (1975).

[25] Simplified approach to the vibration analysis of elastic plates dues to sonic boom ( J. Coleby and J.Mazumdar). " Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 503-512, (1976).

[26] A general study of buckling of viscoelastic plates of arbitrary shape (J. Mazumdar and J. Hewitt). "SM Archives", Vol. 1, pp. 445-446, (1976).

[27] A simplified approach to the large amplitude vibration of plates and membranes ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", 50, pp. 389-397 (1977).

[28] On buckling of viscoelastic plates (J.Mazumdar and J. Hewitt). "A.I.A.A. Journal", Vol. 15, No. 4, pp.451-452 (`1977).

[29] Behaviour of floating ice-sheets. "Mechanics Research Communications", ( R. Jones and J.Mazumdar ), Vol. 4, No. 5, pp.339-347 (1977).

[30] Transverse vibrations of viscoelastic shallow shells. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 57, pp. 323-331 (1978).

[31] The dynamic analysis of shallow spherical shell ( D. Bucco, J.Mazumdar and R. Jones). "Journal of Applied Mechanics", Transactions ASME, Vol. 45, pp. 690-691 (1978).

[32] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes. ( J.Mazumdar ) "The Shock and Vibration Digest", invited feature article, Vol. 11, No. 2 (1979).

[33] Application of the finite strip method combined with the deflection contour method to plate bending problems( D. Bucco , J.Mazumdar and G. Sved). "Journal of Computers and Structures", Vol. 10, pp. 827-830 (1979).

[34] Estimation of fundamental frequency on non-circular plates with free circular cut outs ... comments. ( J.Mazumdar ) "Journal of Sound and Vibration ", Vol. 65, pp. 145-146, (1979).

[35] Vibration analysis of plates of arbitrary shape - a new approach ( D. Bucco , J.Mazumdar and G. Sved). "Journal of Sound and Vibration ", Vol 67, No. 2, pp. 253-262, (1979).

[36] Vibration and buckling of plates at elevated temperatures ( R. Jones , J.Mazumdar and Y.K. Cheung). "International Journal of Solids and Structures", Vol. 16, pp. 61-70 (1980).

[37] A note on the behaviour of plates on elastic foundations. (  R. Jones and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Applied Mechanics in Transactions A.S.M.E.", Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 191-192 (1980).

[38] Behaviour of Structures at elevated temperatures ( R. Jones, Y.K.Cheung and J.Mazumdar ). “International Journal of Solids and Structures”, 06/1980, 16:61-70 (1980).

[39] A method for the study of TE and TM modes in waveguides of very general cross-section.( J. Mazumdar )"IEEE Transactions on MTT", Vol. 28, No. 9, pp. 991-995 (1980).

[40] Thermally-induced vibration of a viscoelastic plate ( D. Hill, J.Mazumdar and D.L. Clements). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 77, pp. 31-39 (1980).

[41] Transient vibration of elastic panels due to the impact of shock waves ( J. Coleby and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 75, pp. 577-580 (1981).

[42] Comments on non-linear vibration of elliptical plates. ( J. Coleby and J.Mazumdar ). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 75, pp. 577-580 (1981).

[43] Vibrations of simply supported shallow shells ( J. Coleby and J.Mazumdar ). "Journal of Applied Mechanics in Transactions ASME", Vol. 44, pp 227-229 (1982).

[44] Static analysis of shallow shells of arbitrary shape - A new approach ( D. Bucco , J.Mazumdar and G. Sved). "Int. Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering", 18, pp.967-979 (1982).

[45] Non-Linear vibrations of elastic plates subjected to transient pressure loading ( J. Coleby and J.Mazumdar ), "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol .80, pp. 193-201 (1982).

[46] Deformations of anisotropic layered materials ( D. Clements, J.Mazumdar and D,. Hill). "Engineering Transactions", Polska Akademic Nauk, Vol 30, pp. 167-201 (1982).

[47] Dynamic response of viscoelastic plates of arbitrary shape to rapid heating ( D. Hill, J.Mazumdar and D.L. Clements), "Int. Journal of Solids and Structures", Vol. 18, pp. 937-945 (1982).

[48] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes by J.Mazumdar (Part III ). "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Naval Research Laboratory, Department of Defence Research and Engineering, Washington D.C. , Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 11-17 (1982).

[49] Estimation of the fundamental frequencies of shallow shells by a finite element - isodeflection contour method, ( D. Bucco , J.Mazumdar and G. Sved ). "Computers and Structures", Vol. 17, pp. 441-447 (1983).

[50] Buckling analysis of plates of arbitrary shape - a new approach ( D. Bucco and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of Australian Mathematical Society", Series B, 26, pp. 77-91 (1984).

[51] On some boundary value problems in anisotropic inhomogeneous thermostatics and elastostatics (with D.L. Clements, J.Mazumdar, D.L. Hill and C. Rogers), "SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics", Vol. 44, pp. 969-981 (1984).

[52] Thermally induced vibrations of viscoelastic shallow shells (J.Mazumdar and D. Hill). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 93, pp. 189-200 (1984).

[53] Fundamental frequency of composite circular membranes with boundary disturbances ( P.A. Laura , D. Hill and J.Mazumdar ), "Journal of Fibre Science and Technology", 21, pp. 267-275 (1984).

[54] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational modes of membranes by J.Mazumdar (Part IV). "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Vol. 16, No. 10, pp. 9-15, (1984)

[55] A note on the determination of cut-off frequencies of hollow waveguides by a contour line - conformal mapping technique (J.Mazumdar and D. Hill). "Applied Acoustics", Vol 21, pp. 23-33 (1987).

[56] A study of thermally induced large amplitude vibrations of viscoelastic plates and shallow shells ( D. Hill and J.Mazumdar ). "Journal of Sound and Vibration", Vol. 116, pp. 323-337 (1987).

[57] A mathematical study of environmental factors affecting long jump performance ( G. Noone and J.Mazumdar ), Australian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine, Vol. 10, pp. 31-38 (1987).

[58] A review of approximate methods for determining the vibrational mode of membranes by J.Mazumdar (Part V). "The Shock and Vibration Digest", Vol. 21, No. 1 (1989).

[59] Non-linear forced vibrations of shallow shells on regular polygonal bases ( J. Coleby and J. Mazumdar). "Journal of the Acoustical Society of America:, Vol. 85, pp. 1577-1589 (1989).

[60] Elastic-Plastic analysis of plates of arbitrary shape - a new approach (J.Mazumdar and R.K. Jain), "International Journal of Plasticity", Vol. 5, pp. 463-475 (1989).

[61] Shallow shells analysis by a finite element - contour method combination ( D. Bucco and J.Mazumdar ). "Proceedings of the University of Adelaide Special Symposium on the occasion of George Sved's 80th Birthday", pp. 409-434 (1990).

[62] A method for the study of plastic bending of plates of arbitrary shape by J.Mazumdar, "Proceedings of the University of Adelaide Special Symposium on the occasion of George Sved's 80th Birthday", pp. 248-258 (1990).

[63] Analysis of shallow shells by a combination of finite elements and contour methods ( D. Bucco and J.Mazumdar). "Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society", Series B, Vol. 32, pp469-491 (1991).

[64] A method for the study of fully developed parallel flow in straight ducts of arbitrary cross-section (J.Mazumdar and R.N. Dubey). "Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society", Series B. Vol. 33, pp. 211-239 (1991).

[65] On the elastic-plastic bending of rectangular plates - A new approach (J.Mazumdar and R. K. Jain). "International journal of Plasticity", Vol.10, pp. 749-759 (1994)

[66] On the nonlinear vibration analysis of elastic plates and Shells ( M. M. Banerjee and J.Mazumdar) “Transactions, International Conference on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology”, Brazil, pp. 849-854 (1995)

[67] Further studies of fully developed flow through ducts of arbitrary section by the contour line - conformal mapping technique (J.Mazumdar and D. Hopkins). “International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences”. 20, 783-798 (1997)

[68] On the free vibration of elastic - plastic shallow shells ( M. M. Banerjee, J.Mazumdar, S. Chanda & B. Pincombe), "Proceedings, International Conference on Engineering Mathematics and Applications, EMAC-2000", 59-62

[69] On the inverse problem of a vibrating membrane of arbitrary shape ( J.Mazumdar, A. Ghosh and S. Elhay ), “International Journal of Applied mathematics and Statistics”, Vol 2, pp 15- 29 (2004)

[70] Elastic - plastic analysis of shallow shells - A new approach (J.Mazumdar, J Hewitt, A Ghosh, and P K Bhattacharya) “ANZIAM Journal”, vol 47, pp 121 - 130 (2005) 

[71] On Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of Shallow Shells—A New Approach ( M.M.Banerjee and J.Mazumdar ), “10th International Conference on Vibration Problems, J. Naprstek et al (eds.), Springer Proceedings in Physics 139, 51-58, ( 2011 )

[72] Further Studies on Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of Shallow Shells ( M.M.Banerjee and J.Mazumdar ), 11th  International Conference on Vibration Problems, Z. Dimitrovova et al (eds.), Portugal ,9-12, (2013)

[73] Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of Shallow Shells—A New Approach by M.M.Banerjee and J.Mazumdar, Paperback book published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany,76 pages (2014)

 

Research Students Supervised

 

STUDENT

DEGREE

THESIS TITLE

DATE

B.P. Singh

Ph.D.

Application of the Filonenko-Borodich Method to Boundary Value Problems in Elasticity.

1971

Rhys Jones

Ph.D.

Method of Constant Deflection Lines to Plate and Shell Problems.

1973

J. Hewitt

Ph.D.

Bending, Buckling and Vibrational Analysis of Viscoelastic Plates of Arbitrary Shape.

1977

D. Bucco

Ph.D.

A Numerical Procedure for the study of Plates and Shallow Shells.

1981

T. Hearn

Ph.D.

Non-invasive Study of Human Mitral Valve Tissue.

1981

D. Nandagopal

Ph.D.

Spectral Analysis of Heart Sounds

1985

 

 

 

 

D. Hill

Ph.D.

Thermally induced vibrations of viscoelastic Plates and Shells.

1987

K. Thalassoudis

Ph.D.

Fluid Dynamics Study of blood flow through prosthetic heart valves.

1987

N. Fazzalari

Ph.D.(Part supervision)

Application of echo and phono-cardiogram for the non-invasive study of heart valves tissue pathology.

1987

G. Ewing

M.Sc.

A New approach to the study of third heart sound

1988

G. Noone

Ph.D.

A Biomechanical Study on Scoliosis

1993

 

 

 

 

A. Ajmani

M.Eng.Sc

Development of Apnoea Monitor using Spectral Analysis of Respiratory Signal

1993

M. Tahmasbi

M.Eng.Sc

VLSI implementation of Heart Sound with a view of developing a reliable Cardiac Monitor

1994

J. Coleby

Ph.D.

Linear and Nonlinear Analysis of Thin Structures

 

K. Jones

Ph.D.

Haemodynamics Associated with Heart Valve Conduits

 

K. C. Ang

Ph.D.

A Computational Fluid Dynamic study of blood flow through Stenosed arteries

1996

M. Tinati

PhD

Time frequency and time scale analysis of phonocardiograms with coronary Artery Disease before and after Angioplasty

1999

B. Pincombe

PhD

A study of non-Newtonian Behaviour of Blood Flow through stenosed Arteries

1999

R. Jain

PhD

Application of Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithm and Fuzzy Logic for Artery Disease Study

1999

B. Raymond

PhD

Visualisation and Pattern Recognition of Heart Rate Variability

1999

A.Mernone

 

A. Saha

K.L.Wong    

Ph D

 

Ph.D

Ph D       

A Mathematical Study of Peristaltic Transport Of Physiological Fluids

A New Study on Some Bio-Engineered Tissues by Knowledge Based Tissue Engineering

Cardiac Flow Analysis Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging   

 

                                            

2000

 

2007

2009

Three students (Jones, Coleby, Thalassoudis) are prize winners of best student research paper presented at the Annual Conference of Australian Mathematical Society.

One student (Nandagopal) was awarded the William Culcross Prize for the best Ph.D. Thesis of the University of Adelaide in 1985, in the Faculty of Engineering.

Another four students  --- (1) Ben Raymond of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was awarded the best poster presentation prize at the 1997 International Conference of Computers in Cardiology, (2)  Michael Driscoll  of the School of Mathematical Sciences was awarded the best student paper at the IEEE conference on Biomedical Engineering held in New Delhi in 1998  , (3) Asit Saha received in successive two years, best research paper award  in 2005 and 2006 by the University of South Australia , Mawson Lakes Campus, and (4) Kelvin Wong received Young Investigator Award in 2006 as well as Outstanding Paper Award in 2008 at International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology and International Conference on Biomedical Engineering respectively.