The Trinity Centre for Bioengineering, Trinity College Dublin, will host the
2007 European Society of Biomechanics thematic workshop on Finite Element
Modelling in Biomechanics and Mechanobiology on Augusts 26th-28th.

The workshop will be structured around three main application domains,
each with two subtopics:

Application of FEM to tissues and implants
            Tissue mechanics (e.g. constitutive modelling of soft and hard tissues)
            Implants and medical devices
Advanced Applications
            High-Resolution FE
            Patient-Specific FE
Using FEM in Mechanobiology
            Bone Remodelling
            Tissue Differentiation
The workshop aims to provide students and interested researchers with an
introduction to the application of the finite element method to biomechanics.
It will combine a mixture of tutorial and state-of-the-art review lectures by leading
researchers in each application domain along with the opportunity for research
students to present their work in free papers.
The keynote sessions on each day of the workshop will be available through a
live webcast provided by Engineers Ireland. For the full schedule of topics and
speakers and to join the webcast. See: for details.