Marseille, France

June 21st- 22nd 2022


Hybrid mode


Christophe Bastien (Coventry University), Michel Behr (Université Gustave Eiffel), Kambiz Kayvantash (Hexagon) and Alessandro Scattina (POLITO) are pleased to announce the SIMBIO-M 2022 conference, which will be held in hybrid mode next 21st and 22nd of June 2022 in Marseille (FR).


This conference is organized every other year, aiming at introducing new technologies, advances and tools in the various fields of Simulation in Biosciences and Multiphysics, notably in the areas of BioMechanics, BioMaterials, and BioMedicine.


While the conference will concentrate mainly on the developments and applications of biomedical models, novel simulation techniques (such as stochastic modelling, optimisation based model identification solutions, and machine learning techniques for artificial intelligence implementations), it will also promote the state of the art in bio-sciences and bio-technologies.


As usual our focus is on research and in particular introduction of young researchers into the application world.


SIMBIO-M 2022 will focus on the following topics:



Topic 1 : Advances in Human Modelling, Artificial Intelligence

  • Learning from Human testing 
  • Control systems, decision making methods and AI
  • Model reduction approaches, data analysis
  • Sensorial modelling, HMI
  • Multiphysics, Imaging
  • Physiology, cognition, pathology


Topic 2: Impact Biomechanics, Automotive Safety
  • Injury mechanisms and criteria assessment
  • Standards/Regulatory tests and new Safety ratings
  • Reconstruction methods
  • Personal Protective Equipments


Topic 3: Design, simulation and optimisation

  • Prosthetics, Orthotics and Biomedical devices
  • Optimisation techniques
  • Comfort and Ergonomics
  • Virtual testing and validation




Important dates:


May 15th 2022: Deadline for abstract submission


June 21st-22nd 2022 : Conference in Jardin du Pharo, Marseille (FR)

Hybrid mode


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