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Team Leader - Biomedical Sales (China)

The Mimics Innovation Suite is our world-leading image
processing software for (bio) medical researchers. Mimics® converts Medical
Images into accurate 3D models. As such it provides a link between MRI/CT
images and Rapid Prototyping, Finite Element analysis and CAD. The software is
used in different application areas, ranging from patient specific device
design to population analyses. 

Account manager biomedical software

The Mimics Innovation Suite is our world-leading image
processing software for (bio) medical researchers. Mimics® converts Medical
Images into accurate 3D models. As such it provides a link between MRI/CT
images and Additive Manufacturing, Finite Element analysis and CAD. The
software is used in different application areas, ranging from patient specific
device design to population analyses. Among

Application Engineer (Germany)

Are you interested in being a part of our Materialise high-end image processing software product? For our Biomedical Department we are looking for motivated Application Engineers. 

Application Engineer Biomedical (China)

Are you interested in being a part of our Materialise
high-end image processing software product? For our Biomedical Department we
are looking for motivated Application Engineers. 

3D-model of knee prosthesis

Choose a channel featured in the header of iMechanica: 

hi all,

I need 3D-model of knee implant for my analysis, Is there anyone who can help me?

best

 ismail

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Call for Abstracts: Symposium 3.2/5.6 - “Molecular to Macroscale Mechanics in Biology and Engineering” at SES

Call for Abstracts: Symposium 3.2/5.6

"Molecular to Macroscale Mechanics in Biology and Engineering"

48th Annual Technical Meeting of Society of Engineering Sciences (SES) October 12-14, 2011 at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL)

 

The International Conference on BioTribology (ICoBT 2011)

Invited Speakers...

  • Emeritus Professor Duncan Dowson (Plenary speaker), University of Leeds, UK
  • Prof. Mike Adams, University of Birmingham, UK
  • Prof. Pat Campbell, The UCLA/Orthopaedic Hospital, USA
  • Prof. Alfons Fischer, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
  • Prof. Steve Franklin, Philips Research, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Walter Herzog, University of Calgary, Canada
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PhD studentship, In vivo measurement of strains in intervertebral discs

I'm pleased to offer applications for a PhD studentship on measurement of strains in vivo in intervertebral discs at the University of Exeter. It will be co-supervised by myself on (the mechanics side) and Dr J Meakin (on the medical imaging side).

Experience with optical strain measurement (eg DIC, virtual fields method etc), reverse engineering problems and/or finite elements would be desirable. Tax free stipend of approx 14.5k GBP, funding only covers registration fees for EU nationals (ie non-EU nationals must find extra funding at circa 9k GBP per year for 3 years)

Learn Engineering on Anatomy in an Innovation Course

At least 25 Innovation Courses will be organized all over the world by Materialise.
The Innovation Course is an accessible, 2-day, hands-on training in the Mimics Innovation Suite in which you start with medical image data, create accurate 3D models and learn to; e.g. do 3D measurements and analyses, prepare for FEA and design patient-specific implants.

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Looking for postdoc position in solid mechanics/biophysics

Dear everyone,

My name is Tianxiang Su. I am a 4th year PhD student in ME department in UPenn, working with Dr. Prashant Purohit. I am graduating in August and would like to look for a postdoc position in solid mechanics or biophysics. I am keeping an eye on this forum for openings myself. But if anyone happens to know some other great opportunities, please kindly let me know. 

Here is my information:

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Education Background:

(1) 07-now (4 yrs): PhD, ME@UPenn, GPA: 4.0

ICoBT 2011 - Call for paper - deadline 15 April 2011

Topics covered include:
- orthopaedic surgery
- dentistry
- biomechanics
- biomaterials
- cosmetics chemistry
- biophysics
- biomimetics

 Sign up for the latest news at www.biotribologyconference.com

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Post-doctoral positions at the University of Texas at Austin

There are three post-doctoral openings at the Research Center for Mechanics of Solids, Structures and Materials at the University of Texas at Austin.

Teaching FEM to Biologists/Medics

All,

Could anyone recommend courses, online materials or text books that
would be suitable for teaching the finite element method to someone with
a non-engineering background. This request is on behalf of an MD
student wishing to use the FEM for modelling the wrist. We're initially
looking for introductory materials.

Best regards

Lee

Academic posts in High Performance Computing - Durham University, UK

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Durham University, UK.  We have four posts available in high performance computing applied to computational science and engineering (two lectureships, one readership and one chair). CLOSING DATE January 7th 2011.

Search on www.jobs.ac.uk or the Durham University Vacancies website

Charles Augarde

Open PhD position in computational methods and inverse problems in cardiovascular biomechanics

 Open PhD position in computational methods and inverse
problems in cardiovascular biomechanics
 

A highly motivated PhD student is sought for research in
computational methods and inverse problems at the University of Pittsburgh
(Pitt) Department of Bioengineering (BioE).

On optimal hierarchy of load-bearing biological materials

Load-bearing biological materials such as shell, mineralized tendon and bone exhibit 2-7 levels of structural hierarchy based on constituent materials (biominerals and proteins) of relatively poor mechanical properties. A key question that remains unanswered is what determines the number of hierarchical levels in these materials. Here we develop a quasi-self-similar hierarchical model to show that,

Searching for a postdoctoral position in biomaterials

Dear imechanicans,

I am seeking for a postdoctoral position in the field of biomaterials. I am interested in the mechanical behaviour of natural systems and the development of new materials. I just finished my PhD on the mechanics of crotch and would like to continue my study in the field of biomechanics/biomaterials. I am highly motivated and well organized.

I am looking forward to hearing from you!

Anna Dolgran

ICoBT 2011 - The International Conference on BioTribology - 18-21 September 2011 - Abstract submissions now open

ICoBT 2011 is a new conference which will be held at Imperial College London from 18-21 September 2011. Contributions are welcomed from scientists, engineers and clinicians working in the fields of orthopaedic surgery, dentistry, biomechanics, biomaterials, cosmetic chemistry, biophysics and biomimetics. Abstract submissions are now open!

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