MultiSim is based at the Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine. Many of the events held at the Insigneo Institute may be of interest to researchers in multi-scale modelling.
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MultiSim have teamed up with N8 HPC (High Performance Computing) to host a networking event, focused on the topic of ‘Multiscale Computational Mechanics’ for structural applications, on the 30th of October. This event will be of great relevance to both academic and industrial researchers from a variety of disciplines who are interested in the area of structural continuum computational methods, including; bioengineering, materials, tribology, aeronautics, civil engineering and more. N8 HPC builds on the academic strengths and collaborative commitment of…Find out more »
Can engineers help clinicians in their decision-process? Example of a computational workflow to treat low-back pain
Professor Damien Lacroix shared his experience in developing decision support system computational tools that aim to help in treating patients. In his webinar the discussion illustrated with results obtained during the development of the MySpine project that offered a technological platform for the patient-specific treatment of low back pain. The webinar was moderated by the VPHi student member Dr Peter Eltes from National Center for Spinal Disorders, Budapest. This webinar belong to the VPHi keynote webinar series, a quarterly event organised…Find out more »
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The advent of easily accessible high-performance computers and numerical techniques such as finite element methods have facilitated precise modelling and simulation of complex systems in a wide range of disciplines such as civil engineering, biomechanics and life science. These highly accurate models are an exciting development, however, they have also created a set of very challenging questions around computational efficiency and effectiveness. To address these challenges, many computationally efficient modelling and simulation techniques have been developed and, are being further refined.…Find out more »
Sheffield’s Festival of Science & Engineering Over 50 fun, inspiring and free events taking place during March 2017. Everyone welcome. Our Festival is celebrating world-class research in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), is back. This diverse programme will fascinate, entertain and engage children, young people and adults alike – with events, talks and activities for all. Events take place all over the city in university labs, lecture theatres, museums, pubs, the Winter Garden and even the Moor Market. As a…Find out more »