Our participation at the International & European Society of Biomechanics

We are pleased to announce our participation at the prestigious Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)  the largest gathering of experts in the field of biomechanics. It presents a wonderful opportunity for our researchers to receive feedback and have engaging discussions in niche research areas and an opportunity to kick-start potential collaborations. This year the ISB will be held in Brisbane, Australia. Our participating researchers and their presentations are listed below.

XXVI Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics 2017

Author Title of presentation
Mario Giorgi Internal strain distribution of the human femur under compressive loading measured by digital volume correlation
Giuliano Lamberto Development of a personalized linear elastic model of the knee joint from ex vivo six degrees of freedom stiffness measurments
Luca Modenese Subject-specific modelling unveils ankle joint protective mechanism in the gait of patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Bart Van Veen Can alternative muscle recruitment strategies reduce the force transmitted through lower limb joints?
Erica Montefiori A subject-specific foot model for the estimation of subtalar joint kinematics
Freddie Greatrex Validation of an integrated ultrasound and stereophotogrammetric system for lower limb anatomical characterisation
Ivan Benemerito Computation of joint contact pressure in a patient specific ankle model
Yuzhu Guo A logistic model for estimation of bone adaptation pattern in mouse tibia
Lingzhong Guo A logistic model for estimation of bone adaptation pattern in mouse tibia


The 23rd Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics

 We also presented at the Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB) held in Seville, Spain.
Author Title of Presentation
Mario Giorgi Digital volume correlation measurements of 3D full field strain distribution in the mouse tibia under loading
Mario Giorgi Prenatal growth map of the proximal mouse tibia measured by deformable registration
Maria Costa Micro finite element models of vertebral bodies: validation of local and structural properties
Sara Oliviero Validation of micro-CT-based finite element models of the mouse tibia using Digital Volume Correlation
Ivan Benemerito A comparison of elastic and viscoelastic hip contact models by using extended discrete element method
Stefania Marcotti Indentation properties of bone cell lines showed greater intra-variability than inter-variability
Aban Shuaib Spatiotemporal modulation of osteoblastic integrin receptors influences bone tissue remodelling
Ana Campos Vitamin D depletion during early life in mice alters bone growth
Andre Castro Uniform compression of a tissue engineering scaffold can induce high fluid flow that prevents bone formation
Zainab Al tai Investigating the mechanical response of paediatric femur under torsion
Muhammad Qasim Clinical pathway for osteoporotic hip fracture risk assessment using patient-specific finite element models
Sofia Ferreira Computational modelling of the mechanics of migration of normal and cancer cell populations
Marco Palanca Measurement uncertainties of a global dvc approach: comparing different voxel sizes and signal-to-noise ratios
Perspective talks at ESB