Computational Modelling Group

Seminar  25th November 2014 midnight  IMechE, HQ, Westminster, London

Recent advances in the tribology and bioengineering of the skin

Various Speakers
Industry | Academia

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3ds Max, Abaqus, Ansys, Avizo, Biomechanics, Biomedical, Biomolecular simulations, Blender, Computer Science, COMSOL, Diffusion, Elasticity, Finite elements, Finite volume, fluid structure interaction, Healthcare modelling, HPC, IfLS, Inverse problems, Level set, Machine learning, Materials, Medical Imaging, Medicine, Meshless methods, Molecular Dynamics, Molecular Mechanics, Multi-physics, Multi-scale, Nanoscale Assemblies, NGCM, Quantitative Biology, Scientific Computing, Sensors, Simpleware, Software Engineering, statistical analysis, Structural biology, Structural dynamics, Symbolic calculation, Systems biology, Thin film flow, Tissue Engineering, Tribology, Visualisation, VTK
Georges Limbert

Multi-layer finite element model of the human epidermis

The objective of this seminar is to present state-of-the-art experimental and modelling techniques to characterise and predict the biophysics and tribology of the skin in health and disease. Presentations will be given by UK and foreign representatives from industry and academia (see brochure attached) and therefore the event will provide excellent networking opportunities for collaborations. he seminar will be of particular interest to interdisciplinary researchers and engineers working in the medical devices, consumer goods, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, sport equipment and military sectors. The presentations will showcase how the latest techniques and tools are used to accelerate research and product development.