Huntingdon, UK

September 24th - 25th 2024








Christophe Bastien (Coventry University), Michel Behr (Université Gustave Eiffel), Kambiz Kayvantash (Hexagon) and Peter Zioupos (University of Hull) are pleased to announce the SIMBIO-M 2024 conference, which will be held on the 19th and 20th of June 2024 in Huntingdon, at the Cellbond premises, near Cambridge (UK).


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 2024 will focus on the following topics:



Topic 1 : Technologies and Innovations

  • Materials
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Synthetic and biological materials
  • motion capture/computer vision


Topic 2: Transport Application
  • Injury mechanisms and criteria assessment
  • Human Virtual Assessment
  • Forensic analysis, accident reconstruction
  • Connected autonomous vehicle
  • HMI
  • Safety


Topic 3: Industrial applications

  • Optimisation techniques
  • Sports applications
  • Comfort and Ergonomics
  • Virtual testing and validation


Topic 4: Healthcare Applications
  • Surgery planning
  • Imaging and AI
  • Prosthetics, Orthotics
  • Biomedical devices

The conference will include a visit of the Cellbond dummy calibration/ design lab, highlighting the “THE MAKING OF HUMAN SURROGATES”

Important dates:


August 1st 2024: Deadline for abstract submission


September 24th - 25th 2024: Huntingdon (UK)




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