Contact Dr Tamas Jozsa
Areas of expertise
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Flight Physics
Before joining Cranfield University as a lecturer in early 2023, Tamás was a career-bridging fellow at Amsterdam University Medical Centres (Amsterdam UMC) where he evaluated the clinical applicability of computational fluid dynamics. Furthermore, Tamás was a postdoctoral researcher and doctoral research adviser at the University of Oxford between 2018 and early 2023. He worked on the EU HORIZON2020 INSIST (www.insist-h2020.eu) project and developed computational models of cerebral blood flow and tissue health based on clinical data integration. The developed simulation tools helped the INSIST consortium to establish a comprehensive acute ischaemic stroke simulation suite.
In 2014, Tamás started his PhD studies at the University of Edinburgh. This project was co-funded by AkzoNobel's Marine Coating Business, International Paint Ltd., and the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP). The aim of his project was to investigate the turbulent skin friction reduction potential of compliant coatings using high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics. Resource intensive simulations were carried out on ARCHER, the UK’s National Supercomputing Facility.
Tamás earned a mechanical engineering bachelor's degree at Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) in 2012. Thanks to an Erasmus Scholarship, he completed the computational fluid dynamics and the mechanical engineering modelling MSc courses at Cranfield University and BUTE, respectively. As a master's student, he gained experience in blood flow modelling, lattice Boltzmann solver development, and high performance computing between 2012 and 2014.
Articles In Journals
- Payne SJ, Józsa TI & El-Bouri W (2023) Review of in silico models of cerebral blood flow in health and pathology, Progress in Biomedical Engineering, 5 (2) Article No. 022003.
- Chen X, Wang J, van Kranendonk KR, Józsa TI, El-Bouri WK, Kappelhof M, van der Sluijs M, Dippel D, Roos YBWM, Marquering HA, Majoie CBLM & Payne SJ (2023) Mathematical modelling of haemorrhagic transformation in the human brain, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 121 (September) 96-110.
- Chen X, Jozsa TI & Payne SJ (2022) Computational modelling of cerebral oedema and osmotherapy following ischaemic stroke, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 151 (December) Article No. 106226.
- Xue Y, Georgakopoulou T, van der Wijk AE, Józsa TI, van Bavel E & Payne SJ (2022) Quantification of hypoxic regions distant from occlusions in cerebral penetrating arteriole trees, PLoS Computational Biology, 18 (8) Article No. e1010166.
- Hoekstra AG, Payne SJ, Padmos RM, Arrarte Terreros N, Józsa TI, Závodszky G, Marquering HA & Majoie CBLM (2022) Modelling collateral flow and thrombus permeability during acute ischaemic stroke, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 19 (195) Article No. 20220649.
- Xue Y, El-Bouri WK, Józsa TI & Payne SJ (2022) Corrigendum to “Modelling the effects of cerebral microthrombi on tissue oxygenation and cell death” [J. Biomech. 127 (2021) 110705] (Journal of Biomechanics (2021) 127, (S0021929021004735), (10.1016/j.jbiomech.2021.110705)), Journal of Biomechanics, 136 (May) Article No. 111070.
- Miller C, Padmos RM, van der Kolk M, Józsa TI, Samuels N, Xue Y, Payne SJ & Hoekstra AG (2021) In silico trials for treatment of acute ischemic stroke: Design and implementation, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 137 (October) Article No. 104802.
- El-Bouri WK, MacGowan A, Józsa TI, Gounis MJ & Payne SJ (2021) Modelling the impact of clot fragmentation on the microcirculation after thrombectomy, PLoS Computational Biology, 17 (3) Article No. e1008515.
- Xue Y, El-Bouri WK, Józsa TI & Payne SJ (2021) Modelling the effects of cerebral microthrombi on tissue oxygenation and cell death, Journal of Biomechanics, 127 (October) Article No. 110705.
- Padmos RM, Terreros NA, Józsa TI, Závodszky G, Marquering HA, Majoie CBLM & Hoekstra AG (2021) Modelling the leptomeningeal collateral circulation during acute ischaemic stroke, Medical Engineering and Physics, 91 (May) 1-11.
- Józsa TI, Padmos RM, El-Bouri WK, Hoekstra AG & Payne SJ (2021) On the sensitivity analysis of porous finite element models for cerebral perfusion estimation, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 49 (12) 3647-3665.
- Georgakopoulou T, van der Wijk AE, Bakker ENTP, vanBavel E, Majoie C, Marquering H, van Bavel E, Hoekstra A, Dippel D, Lingsma H, van der Lugt A, Samuels N, Boodt N, Roos Y, de Meyer S, Staessens S, Vandelanotte S, Konduri P, Terreros NA, Chopard B, Raynaud F, Petkantchin R, Panteleev M, Shibeko A, Boudjeltia KZ, Blanc-Guillemaud V, Migliavacca F, Dubini G, Luraghi G, Matas JFR, Bridio S, Mc Garry P, Gilvarry M, McCarthy R, Moerman K, Fereidoonnezhad B, Dwivedi A, Duffy S, Payne S, Jozsa T, Georgakopoulou S, Padmos R, Azizi V, Miller C, van der Kolk M & Georgakopoulou T (2021) Quantitative 3D analysis of tissue damage in a rat model of microembolization, Journal of Biomechanics, 128 (November) Article No. 110723.
- Konduri PR, Marquering HA, van Bavel EE, Hoekstra A, Majoie CBLM & and the INSIST Investigators (2020) In-silico trials for treatment of acute ischemic stroke, Frontiers in Neurology, 11 Article No. 558125.
- Padmos RM, Józsa TI, El-Bouri WK, Konduri PR, Payne SJ & Hoekstra AG (2020) Coupling one-dimensional arterial blood flow to three-dimensional tissue perfusion models for in silico trials of acute ischaemic stroke: coupling blood flow to perfusion, Interface Focus, 11 (1) Article No. 20190125.
- Józsa TI, Padmos RM, Samuels N, El-Bouri WK, Hoekstra AG & Payne SJ (2020) A porous circulation model of the human brain for in silico clinical trials in ischaemic stroke: A human brain model for ischaemic stroke, Interface Focus, 11 (1) Article No. 20190127.
- Józsa TI, Balaras E, Kashtalyan M, Borthwick AGL & Maria Viola I (2020) On the friction drag reduction mechanism of streamwise wall fluctuations, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 86 (December) Article No. 108686.
- Józsa TI, Balaras E, Kashtalyan M, Borthwick AGL & Viola IM (2019) Active and passive in-plane wall fluctuations in turbulent channel flows, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 866 689-720.
- Józsa TI (2019) Analytical solutions of incompressible laminar channel and pipe flows driven by in-plane wall oscillations, Physics of Fluids, 31 (8) Article No. 083605.
- Szőke M, Józsa T, Koleszár A, Moulitsas I & Könözsy L (2017) Performance evaluation of a two-dimensional lattice Boltzmann solver using CUDA and PGAS UPC based parallelisation, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 44 (1) Article No. 8.
- Józsa TI & Paál G (2014) Boundary conditions for flow simulations of abdominal aortic aneurysms, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 50 (December) 342-351.
- Padmos RM, Józsa TI, El-Bouri WK, Závodszky G, Payne SJ & Hoekstra AG (2021) Two-way coupling between 1D blood flow and 3D tissue perfusion models. In: Computational Science – ICCS 2021: 21st International Conference, Krakow, 16-18 June 2021.
- Miller C, van der Kolk M, Padmos R, Józsa T & Hoekstra A (2021) Uncertainty quantification of coupled 1D arterial blood flow and 3D tissue perfusion models using the INSIST framework. In: Computational Science – ICCS 2021: 21st International Conference, Krakow, 16-18 June 2021.
- Józsa T, Szoke M, Teschner T, Könözsy L & Moulitsas I (2016) Validation and verification of a 2D lattice Boltzmann solver for incompressible fluid flow. In: ECCOMAS Congress 2016, 7th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, Crete, 5-10 June 2016.