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PhD-TW Colloquium Feb 11, 15:4516:45, Citadel H327
 

Summary: PhD-TW Colloquium
Feb 11, 15:4516:45, Citadel H327
Speaker 1: Peter Vanberkel
on
Modelling Hospital Patient Mix
Decisions
Dutch hospitals are becoming more focused in the types of treatments they want to
provide to patients. To achieve these targets for each treatment type, hospitals can
choose to attract only certain patient classes to the hospital. The actual treatment
types required by a patient class are subject to randomness. Furthermore, the number
of patients in a patient class is unknown and evolves over time. In this presentation
we discuss models to determine, based on given targets, which patient classes to
attract to the hospital and when to do so.
Speaker 2: Wenny Kristina
on
Wave Reflection over Slowly Varying Bathymetry
modelled by Effective Boundary Conditions
In tsunami simulations, the wave height near the shore is the most important aspect scientists would like to calculate
accurately. Unfortunately, the present-day simulation tools still cannot calculate the waveheight near the shore
accurately enough. One source of inaccuracy is the interaction of the incoming waves with the reflected waves

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

Collections: Engineering