Dipl.-Ing. Christian J. Roth

Education

since 2012     Research Associate, Institute for Computational Mechanics (Lehrstuhl für Numerische Mechanik), Technische Universität München, Germany
2011-2012Visiting Researcher, Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College London, UK
2012               
Diploma, Aeronautics and Aerospace, Technische Universität München, Germany

 

Selected Awards

01/2016Contribution of the front cover image to the journal Physiological Measurement for the whole year of 2016
09/2015Best oral presentation “A fully resolved volumetrically constrained fluid-structure interaction model of the human respiratory system”, Computational Fluid Dynamics in Medicine and Biology II, Albufeira, Portugal
06/2015Best oral presentation “Coupling EIT and a computational lung model for predicting patient-specific ventilatory response”, 16th International Conference on Biomedical Applications of Electrical Impedance Tomography, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

 

Research Interests

 

Publications

Articles in Peer-Reviewed International Journals

  • Roth CJ, Yoshihara L, Ismail M, Wall WA. Computational Modelling of the respiratory system: Discussion of coupled modelling approaches and two recent extensions. Comput. Methods in Appl. Mech. Eng., accepted, 2016.
  • Yoshihara L, Roth CJ, Wall WA. Fluid-structure interaction including volumetric coupling with homogenised subdomains for modeling respiratory mechanics. Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng., [Epub ahead of print], 2016.
  • Verdugo F, Roth CJ, Yoshihara L, Wall WA. Efficient solvers for coupled models in respiratory mechanics. Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng., [Epub ahead of print], 2016.
  • Roth CJ, Ismail M, Yoshihara L, Wall WA. A comprehensive computational human lung model incorporating inter-acinar dependencies: Application to spontaneous breathing and mechanical ventilation. Int J Numer Method Biomed Eng., [Epub ahead of print], 2016.
  • Roth CJ, Ehrl A, Becher T, Frerichs I, Schittny JC, Weiler N, Wall WA. Correlation between alveolar ventilation and electrical properties of lung parenchyma. Physiol Meas. 36:1211-26, 2015.

Selected Presentations

  • Wall WA, Roth CJ. A Patient-Specific Validation and Computational Lung Model for Predicting Regional Tissue Aeration, Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, October 2015.
  • Roth CJ, Yoshihara L, Wall WA. A fully resolved volumetrically constrained fluid-structure interaction model of the human respiratory system, Computational Fluid Dynamics in Medicine and Biology II, Albufeira, Portugal, September 2015 - Best oral presentation.
  • Roth CJ, Becher T, Frerichs I, Weiler N, Wall WA. Coupling EIT and a computational lung model for predicting patient-specific ventilatory response, 16th International Conference on Biomedical Applications of Electrical Impedance Tomography, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, June 2015 - Best oral presentation.
  • Roth CJ, Yoshihara L, Ismail M, Wall WA. Volumetric constrained 3D structure - 0D airway coupling in respiratory mechanics, 5th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics 2013, Hamburg, Germany, September 2013.

 

Teaching

Courses

Supervised diploma theses / master theses / bachelor theses / term papers (finished)

  • Strain levels in brain tissue after decompressive craniectomy (with University of Cambridge, 2016)
  • Respiratory flow simulation with dynamic airway reopening (TUM, 2016)
  • Numerische Ermittlung eines Materialmodells für das Alveolargewebe (TUM, 2015)
  • A parametrized model of the lamina cibrosa for studying oxygen transport (with Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015)
  • Uncertainity-Quantification for computational models of the human respiratory system (TUM, 2015)
  • Simulation of a fully resolved three dimensional lung model with volumetric coupling (TUM, 2015)
  • Ein erweitertes Elektro-Impedanz Tomographie Modell zur Beobachtung von Ventilation in der Lunge (TUM, 2015)
  • Experimentelle und numerische Ermittlung eines Materialgesetzes für Atemwege (TUM, 2015)
  • Experimentelle und numerische Entwicklung eines dehnratenabhägigen Materialmodells für Lungengewebe (TUM, 2014)
  • Erstellung einer parametrisierten Mikroskalen-Lungengeometrie (TUM, 2013)
  • Simulation der Atembewegung mittels 4D-CT Daten der Lunge (TUM, 2013)
  • Determination of arterial wall permeability using the spectral/hp method (with Imperial College London, 2012)