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DFG-SPP 2311

Robustly coupling continuum-biomechanical in silico models to obtain active biological system models for later use in clinical applications - Co-design of modeling, numerics and usability

Aims of the SPP 2311

The overall aim of the SPP is to further existing methodologies to achieve a new generation of robust biomechanical models that ultimateively can be used in clinical practice. In that sense, the SPP aims to develop the enabling methodologies to build new complex models for clinical applications, but does not aim to transfer these new models to clinics via clinical studies, yet. Thus, the SPP understands itself as a methodically oriented programme focusing on computational biomechanical models of active systems for medical questions. The proposed SPP will strengthen the existing competences of Germany's research environment in a sustainable and internationally visible way. With this SPP, we want to take a pioneering role in the field of continuum-biomechanical modelling of active biological systems.

Contact

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Prof.

Oliver Röhrle

Sprecher des SPP 2311

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Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Tim Ricken

Stellv. Sprecher SPP 2311

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Sina Schorndorfer

Koordination SPP 2311

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