We are pleased to announce the next SIMBIO-M conference planned for June 18-19 2020 will be maintained as a virtual conference.


Dr Alessandro Scattina (POLITO), Dr Michel Behr (Université Gustave Eiffel), Prof Kambiz Kayvantash (CADLM) and Dr Christophe Bastien (Coventry University) are organising the SIMBIO-M 2020 conference (www.simbio-m.eu/), which will be held as a virtual conference on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th June 2020.


We will organize the conference with 2 sessions per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. We will provide more details about the organization in the next few weeks.
Due to the change in the organization you can attend the conference for free. However presenters and attendees will need to
register in order to get access to the conference.


This conference is organized every other year, aiming at introducing new technologies, advances and tools in the fields of Biomechanics and Biomedical engineering. As usual our focus is on research and in particular introduction of young researchers into the applications world.


Particular areas of topics include:


- Topic 1: « Artificial Intelligence »

Keywords :

  • Learning from Human testing
  • Control systems, decision making methods and AI
  • Model reduction approaches

- Topic 2: « Impact Biomechanics, Automotive Safety »

Keywords :

  • Injury mechanisms and criteria
  • Standards/Regulatory tests and new Safety ratings
  • Reconstruction methods

Topic 3: « Design, simulation and optimisation »

Keywords :

  • Personal Protective Equipments
  • Prosthetics, Orthotics and Biomedical devices
  • Optimisation techniques
  • Comfort and Ergonomics

Topic 4: « Spine traumatic and therapeutics » - iLab-Spine Workshop

Keywords :

  • Spine biomechanics
  • Spine and spinal cord injuries and pathologies
  • Protective and surgical devices
  • Injury prevention and surgical technologies

- Topic 5: « Advances in Human Modelling »

Keywords :

  • Sensorial modelling
  • HMI
  • Human Personalization and population modelling
  • Multiphysics modelling / coupling
  • Imaging and segmentation methods


May 1 2020: Deadline for abstract submission
NEW Deadline !!!


June 18-19 2020 : Virtual Conference