Chief Information Officer and Assistant Vice President Information Technology Services, Professor, School of Biomedical Engineering
Joshua Leon, PhD
My laboratory works on a variety of projects in computational science, electromagnetics, bioelectric phenomena and cardiac electrophysiology. Our current research focus is on the acceleration of numerical software using Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).
|Defibrillation Success Is Not Associated With Near Field Electrogram Complexity or Shock Timing. EJ Vigmond, S Kimber, G Suzuki, P Faris, LJ Leon. Canadian Journal of Cardiology (2013) 29(9), 1126-1133.|
|Predicting defibrillation outcome based on phase of ventricular activity during ICD implantation. G Suzuki, LJ Leon, S Kimber, EJ Vigmond. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference (2009).
|Near-real-time simulations of biolelectric activity in small mammalian hearts using graphical processing units. EJ Vigmond, PM Boyle, LJ Leon, G Plank. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference (2009).
|GPU accelerated Krylov subspace methods for computational electromagnetics. S Velamparambil, S MacKinnon-Cormier, J Perry, R Lemos, et al. Microwave Conference (2008) 1312-1314.
|Modeling cardiac defibrillation. NA Trayanova, G Plank. Inst. für Math. und Wiss. Rechnen (2008).|