Paleonet: Finite Elements Analysis course, Nov 9-13, Barcelona, Spain

soledad.esteban soledad.esteban at icp.cat
Thu May 14 09:15:54 GMT 2015




 
Dear colleagues, 
 
Registration is open for the workshop "Introduction to Biomechanical Computer Simulation: Finite Element Analysis Applied to Biosciences - 4th ed.", November 9-13, 2015.

 Instructors: Dr. Josep Fortuny (ICP and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain) and Dr. Jordi Marcé-Nogué (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and ICP), Spain).
 
 PLACE:  Facilities of the Centre de Restauració i Interpretació Paleontologica, Els Hostalets de Pierola,  Barcelona (Spain). 
 
 WEBPAGE: http://www.transmittingscience.org/courses/funct-morph/fea/
FEA is a non-invasive modelling technique, based on the principle of dividing a system into a finite number of discrete elements where the equations are applied. Although static and dynamic analysis can be solved using FEA, in this course only static analysis will be covered. In this course, there will be an introduction to the Finite Element in order to model biological structures and understand how they worked. It will cover all the steps involved in FEA (for static analysis) except the creation 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 Mesh Generation Methods, the proper definition of biomechanical boundary conditions and finally, how understand and analyse the results obtained in a computational simulation.
This course is co-organized by Transmitting Science, the Institut Catalá de Paleontologia M. Crusafont and the Centre de Restauració i Interpretació Paleontologica. Places 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.


With best regards


Soledad De Esteban-Trivigno, PhD.
Course Director
Transmitting Science
www.transmittingscience.org
  





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