[Drosophila] Finite Elements Analysis course, May 13-18,
Soledad De Esteban Trvigno
(by soledad.esteban from transmittingscience.org)
Fri Jan 4 10:32:57 EST 2019
Registration is open for the worksho= p "Introduction to Biomechanical
Computer Simulation: Finite Element An= alysis Applied to Biosciences
- 6th ed.", May 13-18, 2019, Barcelona (S= pain).
Instructors: Dr. Josep Fortuny (ICP, Spain), Dr. Jordi Marc=
33;-Nogué (Universität Hamburg, Germany) and Dr. Michael Berthaum= e
(Imperial Collegue London, UK).
PLACE: Facilities of the Institut C= atalà de Paleontologia Miquel
Crusafont, Sabadell, Barcelona.
Mo= re information and registration:
= inite-element-analysis-applied-life-sciences/ or writing to
courses from tra= nsmittingscience.org
FEA is a non-invasive modelling technique, based= on the principle of
dividing a system into a finite number of discrete ele= ments where
the equations are applied. Although static and dynamic analysis= can
be solved using FEA, in this course only static analysis will be
cover= ed. In this course, there will be an introduction to the Finite
Element in = order to model biological structures and understand how
they worked. It wil= l cover all the steps involved in FEA (for static
analysis) except the crea= tion or reconstruction of the model, which
will be covered in the previous = course "3D Model Generation in
Biosciences". That is how to define = the material properties of
biological structures, the use of a consistent M= esh Generation
Methods, the proper definition of biomechanical boundary con= ditions
and finally, how understand and analyse the results obtained in a c=
This course is co-organized by Transmit= ting Science and the Institut
Catalá de Paleontologia M. Crusafont. Pl= aces are limited and will be
covered by strict registration order.
Please feel free to distribute this information between your
colleagues= if you consider it appropriate.
Other Transmitting Science courses: =
With best regards
Soledad D= e Esteban-Trivigno, PhD
Scientific Direct= or
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