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    Nov. 27th-28th. Subject-specific modeling seminar at Aalborg University

    On November 27th and 28th, Aalborg University and Materialise is organising a seminar about cutting-edge subject-specific modeling, combining segmentation of medical images in Mimics and musculoskeletal simulations in AnyBody.

    You can sign up here:
    http://www.materialise.com/en/events/medical/joint-materialise-university-of-aalborg-event

    I hope to see many participants in Aalborg.

    Best regards
    Michael Skipper Andersen
    Associate Professor
    The AnyBody Research Group
    Aalborg University


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    Re: Nov. 27th-28th. Subject-specific modeling seminar at Aalborg University

    Hello Dr. Andersen,

    I'm quite interested in this seminar but unfortunately am unable to attend. Are there any plans to make any related content available online (similar to the ANYBODY webinars)?

    Thanks - and best of luck for what I'm sure will be an amazing seminar in Aalborg!

    Tim Bhatnagar

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    Re: Nov. 27th-28th. Subject-specific modeling seminar at Aalborg University

    Hi Tim,

    Thanks for the interest in our event and it is a pity that you cannot attend. We currently do not have an online event scheduled on this topic, but that is certainly a good idea. I will bring it up.

    There have been a couple of webcasts on related topics by AnyBody technology that may be of interest to you to check out:


    These can all be found in the list of previous webcasts here: https://www.anybodytech.com/download...entation/#c708
    Personalize your musculoskeletal models based on medical image data (Pavel Galibarov, AnyBody Technology, 20. April, 2016).
    TLEMsafe: Personalization of musculoskeletal models and prediction of functional outcome (Vincenzo Carbone, University of Twente, 03. September, 2015).
    Patient-specific Musculoskeletal Modelling of Total Knee Arthroplasty using Force-dependent Kinematics (Michael Skipper Andersen, Aalborg University, 09. September, 2014)


    Best regards
    Michael Skipper Andersen
    Associate Professor
    The AnyBody Research Group
    Aalborg University

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