MultiBioMe 2017

When: 11/09/2017 - 13/09/2017
Where: Vienna
Thematic Conference of the European Community in Computational Methods in Applied Mechanics Sciences (ECCOMAS)
MultiBioMe 2017

The MultiBioMe 2017 is the inaugural edition of a new, biennial series of scientific gatherings, offering a platform for presenting and discussing the latest advances and developments in the thriving fields of biomechanics and mechanobiology. In particular, the focus of this conference lies on reconciliation of the distinct spatial and time scales at which related processes and mechanisms occur, considering for that purpose the whole range of available techniques, including experimentation, imaging and visualization, mathematical modelling, as well as numerical simulation. Emphasis will be on multidisciplinary scientific approaches genuinely taking into account the inherent multiscale nature of the studied biomechanical and mechanobiological phenomena, and demonstrating successful synergies between the involved disciplines. Studies relating to all kinds of biological systems are welcome, including hard tissues, soft tissues, and tissue engineering applications, ranging from the molecular to the structural level. 


The conference will take place from 11th to 13th of Septembers 2017 in Vienna (Austria).


  • Liesbet GERIS (University of Liege, Belgium)
  • Hanna ISAKSSON (Lund University, Sweden)
  • Rob KRAMS (Imperial College London, UK)
  • Mohammad MOFRAD (University of California, Berkeley, USA)


Prospective authors are kindly invited to electronically submit a one-page abstract according to the MultiBioMe 2017 template and related to one of the conference topics through the conference website by June 15, 2017. Information on the abstract submission as well as on conference topics is available at

Further detailed information on the conference can be found at

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