SIMBIO-M 2016

First, the SIMBIO-M team wants to thank all participants for their presence at this conference.

It was a great experience.

We also want to thank our sponsors ALTAIR, NAFEMS ans DYNAMORE to support us.

 

 

 

SIMBIO-M 2016 - PARIS - Proceeding abstracts
SIMBIO-M2016-proceedings_abstracts.pdf
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Awards:

 

 

 

MARTYNENKO Oleksandr

Stuttgart University

 

 

 

PROT Marianne

Institut de Biomécanique Humaine Georges Charpak - Arts et Métiers

 

Conference statistics

Présentations SIMBIO-M 2016

 Session 1: ENSAM  - "Meso Modelling of the rupture – Application to living tissues and Structure"

Modelling Stenosis Development in the Carotid Artery at the Early Stages of Stenosis Development
Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Coventry University - A.C.Stamou,
School of Engineering, Anglesea Building, Portsmouth - J.M.Buick
MODELLING STENOSIS DEVELOPMENT IN THE CA[...]
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Fontan Assistive Device Concept
Centre for Mobility and Transport Coventry University (UK) - E. J. Varghese, M. J. Turner, O. Razmkah, C. Bastien, M.Orlowski
Fontan Assistive Device Concept.pdf
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 Session 2: COVENTRY - "Human Personalisation and Macro Modelling of Trauma"

How Computer Modelling of Humans can Provide the Missing Links
Senior Forensic Collision Investigator West Midlands Police - Sgt Richard Breeze
How Computer Modelling of Humans can Pro[...]
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Application of human computer models in modelling maritime crashes
Centre for Mobility and Transport Coventry University (UK) - M. Orlowski, C. Bastien, O. Razmkhah, S. McCartan
APPLICATION OF HUMAN COMPUTER MODELS IN [...]
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Fast, parametric, reduced models for biomechanics design applications
CADLM - Kambiz Kayvantash, Sandrine Le Corre, Amadou-Tidiane Thiam, Dorian Salin
KAYVANTASH_1_DOE-airbag-seatbelt_17-06-1[...]
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 Session 3: CADLM – “Analytics, Intelligent human models and new concepts in injury assessment”

Integration of Sensory and Motor Loops in a Finite Element Biomechanical Model for Movement Control Application
LBA, IFSTTAR, Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France - M. Behr, P.J. Arnoux
CADLM, Massy, France - K. Kayvantash, D. Salin
SIMBIO-2016_Dorian_SALIN.pdf
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Active human motion modelling: single-joint and multi-joint movements
Stuttgart Research Centre for Simulation Technology - O. Martynenko, A. Bayer, D. Häufle, M. Günther, S. Schmitt
MartynenkoO_UniStuttgart_simbio-m_2016_s[...]
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A New Physical Indicator in Injury Prediction
Centre for Mobility and Transport Coventry University (UK) - Lianjie Wen, Christophe Bastien, Michal Orlowski, Omid Razmkhah, Clive Neal-Sturgess
A New Physical Indicator in Injury Predi[...]
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A new entropy based approach for injury assessment (Design, Optimization, Robustness)
CADLM - Kambiz Kayvantash, Sandrine Le Corre
KAYVANTASH_2_DOE-airbag-seatbelt_17-06-1[...]
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 Session 4: IFSTTAR – “Design of Individual Protection Devices”

Automatic Personalization of Biomechanical Models
ANATOSCOPE, F. Faure
Automatic Personalization of Biomechanic[...]
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Blood Fluid Dynamics Simulation in the Aorta-Heart System with Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) Methods
IFSTTAR - W.Wei, M.Behr, C. J.F. Kahn
Simbio-2016-Wei WEI-1.pdf
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April 13 2018 : Abstract

April 20 2018 : Acceptance

May 15 2018 : Paper submission

June 18-19 2018 : Conference