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Workshop: Advanced Biomedical Modeling, Oct 20th 2016, Reading, UK

Advanced Biomedical Modeling Workshop

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016

Venue: Synopsys, 100 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6UJ

Fee: Free to attend

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Advances in medical imaging have opened up a new era of engineering requiring multiphysics simulation of human and other natural forms (known as biomimicry). With this new, non-CAD driven simulation market poised to grow rapidly, advanced methods have been developed to rapidly take conventional medical image data and convert it directly to 3D meshes, allowing easy import into solvers such as Abaqus to optimize their use for medical device design, medical diagnostics and 3D printed prostheses.

This full-day seminar and workshop will showcase the seamless integration between the 3D image processing and mesh generation software Simpleware by Synopsys, Inc. and SIMULIA’s Abaqus Multiphysics FEA. The morning will feature state-of-the art technical presentations from leaders in the biomedical engineering field followed by an afternoon of hands-on training with the software.

Why attend?

This event is ideal for all engineers and researchers in the medical device, healthcare or consumer oriented high tech industries interested in using realistic human models in their design, evaluation and testing process. Over the course of the day, they will not only gain an understanding of the progress in this developing field, but also learn the complete workflow to take a heart model from start to finish, beginning with 2D Scans and ending with a dynamic beating heart model. Knowledge of ScanIP or Abaqus is useful but not required.


9:30 – Noon Registration and Biomedical Simulation Symposium

Noon – 1:00 Lunch (Provided)

1:00 – 5:00 Hands-on Workshop (Laptops provided, but space is limited)


The workshop is free but pre-registration is required as places are limited.

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