Dr.sc. Igor Karšaj, Associate Professor



Research Topics:

Implementation of G&R Theory into Finite Element Code

Modeling of Aneurysmal Expansion

Research Projects:

Title: BioChemoMechanical Modeling of Aneurysmal Growth
Principal Investigator: Igor Karšaj
Source: Croatian Science Foundation
Period: 2015 - 2019

Title: Experimental Verification of Thrombus-laden Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms Finite Element Code
Principal Investigator: Igor Karšaj (Croatia) & Jianhua Tong (China)
My function: Researcher
Source: Bilateral project – Croatian Ministry of Science & Chinese Ministry of Science
Period: 2015 - 2017

Title: Multiscale Numerical Modeling of Material Deformation Responses from Macro- to Nanolevel (2516) - MNumMacroNano
Principal Investigator: Jurica Sorić
My function: Researcher
Source: Croatian Science Foundation
Period: 2014 - 2018

Title: In Vitro Optical 3D Deformation analysis on Human Intraluminal Thrombus
Principal Investigator: Igor Karšaj (Croatia) & Gerhard Holzapfel (Austria)
My function: Project Leader
Source: Bilateral project – Croatian Ministry of Science & Centre for International Cooperation and Mobility OEAD (Austria)
Period: 2014- 2015

Title: A 3-D Mathematical Model of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Enlargement
Principal Investigator: Igor Karšaj
My function: Project Leader
Source: Croatian Science Foundation – Installation Grants,
Period: 2011- 2014

Title: Numerical Modeling of Deformation Processes of Biological Tissues
Principal Investigator: Jurica Sorić
My function: Researcher
Source: Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, Republic Croatia
Period: 2007 – 2013

Title: Advanced Numerical Modeling of Deformation Responses of Shell-like Structures
Principal Investigator: Jurica Sorić
My function: Researcher
Source: Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany
Period: 2005 - 2010

Title: Development of Fatigue Analysis Procedure for Wind Turbine Components
Principal Investigator: Zdenko Tonković
My function: Researcher
Source: Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, Republic Croatia
Period: 2009 - 2012