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Date de l'évènement: 23/07/2023 00:00 - 27/07/2023 23:30 Exporter l'évènement
Christine SAJOT

23 au 27/07/2023 - 17th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics - Minisymposium: ‘201 - Advances in Computational Biomechanics and Mechaniobiology’

Chers collègues

Plus que quelques jours pour soumettre un résumé au  17th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM17) qui aura lieu à Albuquerque, New Mexico du 23 au 27 juillet. Voir ci-dessous les informations sur les mini-symposia dont celui que nous organisons en biomécanique et mécanobiologie.



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Dear Colleague,


This is the second announcement to let you know that the 17th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM17) will take place in beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico—on the 20th anniversary of the 7th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM7) held in Albuquerque in 2003—from July 23-27, 2023. We are organizing a Minisymposium (one of over 100 Minisymposia!) on ‘Advances in Computational Biomechanics and Mechaniobiology.’


Computational mechanics and numerical methods play an increasingly significant role in the study of biological systems at the organism, organ system, organ, tissue, cell, and molecular scales. New and exciting applications of computational mechanics go beyond the classical theories and incorporate biomechanical mechanisms inherent in biology such as adaptation, growth, remodelling, active (muscle) response, and inter- and intra-patient variables. Synergies among fundamental mechanical experiments, multi-modal imaging and image analyses, new mathematical models and computational methods enable studies of, e.g., microphysical (mechanobiological) cellular stimuli and response, structure-function relationships in tissues, organ and tissue integrity, disease initiation and progression, engineered tissue replacements, and surgical interventions.


The goal of this minsymposium is to promote cross-fertilization of ideas and collaborative experimental and numerical efforts towards more rapid progress in advancing the overall field of computational biomechanics. To this end, contributions considering the following topics are particularly welcome: coupled analyses of chemo-mechanical processes; methods coupling multiple scales and/or multiple physics; growth and remodelling of biological tissues; characterization and impact of inter- and intra-patient variability; applications with clinical impact or potential clinical impact; new constitutive models; mechanobiology and cellular mechanics; applications of medical images and image analyses in mechanics; mechanics of pathological processes; and experimental methods and computational inverse analyses towards model calibration.


We encourage you to submit an abstract to this Minisymposium, if you have not already done so. Also, we would be grateful if you could pass the information about the Minisymposium to other colleagues of yours that might be interested. Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is January 15, 2023. Plan to check the above website periodically for updates and important information. We look forward to seeing you in Albuquerque.


Best Regards,


David M. Pierce

Departments of Mechanical Engineering/Biomedical Engineering/Mathematics

University of Connecticut, Storrs




Corey P. Neu

Department of Mechanical Engineering       

University of Colorado, Boulder




Stéphane Avril

Centre for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering

MINES Saint-Étienne

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