We are pleased to announce the following prizes:
The Arup prizes for
Outstanding contribution to Applied Biomechanics" (€ 700)
S. Weihe, E.-P. Franz, F. Birk, N. BenSalah, C. Mueller, S.
"Individualization of Surgical Procedures in Maxillofacial Surgery with 3D Finite Element Analysis"
Klinikum Dortmund gGmbH, Germany
Best poster presentation" (€ 350) (shared)
In Seok Han
Young Eun Kim, Soo-Won Chea
"Development of an Elderly Human Thorax Model Including Internal Organ to Predict
Belt Loading Injury"
Dankook University, Korea
Labrune, Josse, Lagarde
"A fiber-based viscoelastic model for the analysis of skin mechanical properties"
Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique, France
The Taylor & Francis prize for
Outstanding innovation in computer methods in biomechanics & biomedical
engineering" (€ 700) (shared)
Tim Clarke, Joanna Ashbourn
"Mathematical modelling of cell aggregates for bone tissue engineering using
Universite de Liege, Belgium
J-F Remacle, C. Geuzaine
"Quality meshing of medical geometries with harmonic maps"
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
The Meditech prizes for "Best student presentations"
First prize: € 500
Scott C. Sibole, Clayton J. Underwood, James E. Guilkey, Jeffrey A. Weiss
"Simulating the influence of the extracellular matrix on 3D angiogenesis in vitro"
University of Utah, USA
Second prize: € 200
(Pascal Verdonck received the Prize on be half of Frederic Maes)
F. Deboeverie, B. Chaudhry, P. Van Ransbeeck, P. Verdonck
"Embryonic hearts: how do they pump?"
University College of Ghent, Belgium
Third prize: € 100
Hanxing Zhu, Stephen Richmond, John Middleton
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"Modelling the fibre orientation arrangement of skeletal muscles using FEM-NURBS method"
Cardiff University, UK