Conference 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.
Abstract Proposal Submission: January 31, 2023