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Webinar: Bringing Together SOLIDWORKS® CAD and Image Data with Simpleware Design Link

If you're working with image data and CAD, then I recommend checking out this upcoming webinar on linking Simpleware software and SOLIDWORKS on October 21st.

Details on how to register are here.

Best,

Philippe

Webinar: Mechanical Property Predictions of Additive Manufactured Microstructures via Surrogate Modeling

If you're interested in how mechanical property predictions can be made of Additive Manufactured microstructures, then I recommend attending this webinar being held in a few weeks.

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Revision, Revision, Revision: Using Simpleware Software to Automate Orthopedic Revision Planning

This upcoming webcast is ideal for anyone working on orthopaedics simulation, particularly in revision surgeries. It should also be a good opportunity to learn about some of the altest image-based methods for working with CT data, for example with the hip.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/#register/1217269731556526861?source=IMechanica

Soterix Medical: Individualized Modeling & Planning for Stroke Treatment

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) benefits from individualized 3D modelling and simulation. I recommend anyone wanting to learn more about work in these area check out this webinar on July 30th:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/556126791558271247?source=IMechanica

From DICOM to Medical Guides and Additive Manufactured Implants with Synopsys and Kumovis

Please see more information on this webinar on July 23rd on going from DICOM to Medical Guides and Additive Manufactured implants - a fascinating subject for anyone interested in patient-specific modelling:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5238734608977810957?source=IMechanica

3D LifePrints: Producing 3D Anatomical Models for Surgical Planning and Training with Simpleware Software

3D printed anatomical model

Wed, May 27, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BST

Join the Synopsys Simpleware team for a webinar with 3D LifePrints on the process of producing 3D anatomical models for surgical planning and training.

You can learn more about the event and how to take part here: https://bit.ly/3djk8qU

15 Minutes Webinar - How to Identify Part Defects with Image-Based Methods

Join us for this webinar on Wednesday, May 20th, where we'll be looking at methods for identifying part defacts using Simpleware software.

We'll look at an example of working with a machined simple hole plate (usually used for CT calibration) to focus on tools useful for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and the production of manufactured parts. We will show automated tools for segmentation and correction, as well as surface deviation, shape fitting and measurement tools. 

Learn more about how to take part in this webinar.

Webinar on Implant Selection and Positioning, Apr 29th, 2020

You are welcome to join this webinar on implant selection and positioning in Simpleware software. The 15-minute webinar shows some of the recent developments we've made in selecting and positioning CAD implants within computed tomography (CT) image data.

The webinar will look at the case of a CT torso scan to discuss different measurement techniques in Simpleware ScanIP, and how to create orthopedic models for 3D printing, Finite Element Analysis, and CAD.

Registration is available here.

Webinar on 3D Image-Based Reverse Engineering in Medical AM

You're invited to a webinar run by Synopsys Simpleware on April 22nd, where new trends in 3D image-based reverse engineering and medical additive manufacturing will be explored. The webinar will also look at a recent project with Nikon Metrology, Thornton Tomasetti, and 4WEB Medical.

You can find more information on how to join here

Post Doc Position: British Heart Foundation – Software Programmer at the University of Exeter

Novel use of nonlinear microscopy and image-based modelling to determine the relationship between structure and function in small arteries and veins in health and diabetes.

Overview

EU funded R and D Position – Software Programmer

Overview

Simpleware (http://www.simpleware.com) is looking for a software programmer in a Research and Development role to develop novel image based mesh generation tools under the auspices of an EU Framework 7 Initial Training Network (ITN). You will be working closely with the Managing Director and the software development team. The position is open to nationals of any country except UK citizens or those that have been resident in the UK for more than 12 months in the last 3 years.

Post Doc Position: EPSRC – Software Programmer at the University of Exeter, Numerical Prediction of Moisture Damage in Asphalt

Overview

A 24 Month Post Doctoral position is available at The University of Exeter (www.exeter.ac.uk) for a software developer in a Research and Development role to develop image processing tools under the auspices of an EPSRC grant. This is a joint project with TU Delft and De Montfort University. The work at Exeter will be in close collaboration with software company Simpleware Ltd (www.simpleware.com).

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