About the Project
Generic computational models currently exist, allowing estimation of external loads, internal damage and their effects on patients during their lifespan. However, these models do not take into account patients’ specific factors, such as microstructural characteristics of bones, tendon insertion points, etc. This project aims to develop a patient specific model, via a multi-scale approach, in order to obtain better accuracy. Experimental work will feed into this modelling strategy through motion analysis, medical imaging techniques, force reaction measurement, etc.
Previous experience / requirements: Finite element modelling
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