PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP


As a part of the 4th International Conference on Computational Methods in Engineering and Health Sciences 2017, we are organizing a pre-conference workshop on 3D Printing conducted by SYNOPSYS-SIMPLEWARE, a leading corporate in 3D data image visualization, analysis and model generation software.

Venue: MV Seminar Hall, MIT Manipal
Registration Fees: Rs. 500/-
* Registration Fees would cover the kit, tea and lunch

FREE Registration for ICCMEH2017 registered participants.
• Registration for workshop will be on first come first served basis.
• Last date for Registration: 10 December 2017



Simpleware offers world-leading 3D image processing, analysis and model generation software and services for Computer-aided Design (CAD), Computer-aided Engineering (CAE) and 3D printing applications. Simpleware provides comprehensive image processing software for converting 3D image data into robust and accurate computational models for biomedical analysis, from hip replacement implant studies to patient specific implant modelling: Process complex anatomical datasets (MRI, CT, micro-CT, DICOM.), Integrate CAD implants with patient-specific data, Generate robust meshes for export to FE and CFD solvers

Simpleware software benefits from proprietary image processing and mesh generation tools, allowing researchers to save time when working on projects in fields such as orthopaedics and physiological flow analysis

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About the key note speaker:

DR. YASH AGGARWAL,
Simpleware Solution Manager,
Synopsys Inc, South Asia Region





Dr. Yash graduated in Mechanical and Medical Engineering from University of Hull, UK and has over 13 years of experience in biomechanics and musculoskeletal analysis and simulation, reverse engineering, and reconstruction of 3D models for CAE using image data. He has investigated various scenarios for stability of a total knee replacement and was awarded PhD in Mechanical, Medical and Materials Engineering from University of Surrey, UK. He has published over 20 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, over 50 invited talk in UK, Europe and India over the period of last 10 years. Yash is member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, European Society of Biomechanics, Additive Manufacturing Society of India, Indian Institute of Metals. Reviewer, primarily in domain of Biomechanics with Journal of Biomechanics, Clinical Biomechanics and VCOT.

Yash is member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, European Society of Biomechanics, Additive Manufacturing Society of India, Indian Institute of Metals. Reviewer, primarily in domain of Biomechanics with Journal of Biomechanics, Clinical Biomechanics and VCOT.