SS5 VIRT Wednesday:24-02-2010 Session Time: 4.20pm-7.10pm

Musculoskeletal Soft Tissue Structure Modelling for Use in Surgical Applications and Biomechanics
Peter Mahieu
E. A. Audenaert , C. Pattyn
Ghent University Hospital, Belgium

An improved registration scheme with application to statistical shape modelling of the human femur
Francis Galloway
Rebecca Bryan, Mark Taylor, Prasanth Nair
University of Southampton, UK

Construction of a nonlinear transversely-isotropic visco-hyperelastic compressible FE model for the PDL with LS-DYNA
Alexei Zhurov
Liliana Beldie, Yongtao Lu, John Middleton
Cardiff University

Effect of measurement uncertainties on wave propagation modeling in arm arteries
C.A.D. Leguy
E.M.H. Bosboom, F.N. van de Vosse
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Nonlinear smoothing of skin lesions images driven by derivative filters
Alex F. de Araújo
Aledir S. Pereira, Norian Marranghello, Jonathan Rogéri, Joăo Manuel R. S. Tavares
Sao Paulo State University, Brazil

Virtual human body generator for integrated biomechanics and physiology simulations
Andrzej Przekwas
P. Wilkerson, X. Zhou, J. Buhrman, J Pellettiere, and H. Cheng
CFD Research Corporation, USA

Integrating Virtual Humans’ Physiology with Qualitative Representations
Marc Cavazza

University of Teesside, UK

‘e-Spine’, the virtual physiological Korean spine project
Yoon Hyuk Kim
Won-Kyung Sung, Sunhwa Hahn
Kyung Hee University, Korea

Development of A Subject-Specific Pelvic Bone Model, Finite Element Analyses and Experimental Validation
Zhang Q-H
Wang J-Y; Lupton C; Tong J; Liu Q; Ding X-M; Guo Z-X
Department University of Portsmouth, UK