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ISPIV 2023 report

ISPIV 2023 is over. It was a great experience. The keynote talk was well accepted and we met with several groups that are going to release their code as open source. Follow more updates.

A group photo. Alex is on the far right, next to Prof. Morteza Gharib, who was honored twice on this conference, a joint Ronald Adrian prize (together with Chris Willert) and a special session.

Looking forward to the next meeting with Prof. Gharib in Israel at The 10th International Biofluid and Mechanobiology Symposium (IBMS-10). April 7-12, 2024, ISRAEL

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