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September 29 - October 13, 2021: In this 3-part series, Simpleware customers and experts share their knowledge and experience in implementing AI workflows for patient-specific medical device development.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
This Simpleware webinar looks at researching implant designs using patient-specific knee models to investigate the effect of implants on joint mechanics. The work was carried out by Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Maastricht University Medical Center, DSM, and Chemelot InSciTe.
Erkan Asik of TU/e presents how Simpleware software’s AI-based automated segmentation tools were used to rapidly generate models of the knee from MRI data, and how these are combined with CAD-designed devices for Finite Element Analysis. The approach discussed here shows the promise of applying image-based modeling and AI techniques to efficiently simulate implant design and improve patient outcomes by optimizing designs and reducing time-to-market.
In this webinar you will:
Thursday, October 7, 2021
In this presentation and panel discussion, Synopsys engineers, as well as researchers and surgeons from University College London (UCL) and the Royal National Orthopaedics Hospital (RNOH), talk about applications of 3D image-based patient-specific orthopedic surgical planning towards improving clinical/patient outcomes. This is a unique opportunity to learn from a very special group that crosses the spectrum of pure research to clinical applications, and we are very excited to have them present.
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Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Synopsys, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, and Thornton Tomasetti have teamed up to demonstrate a workflow for an in silico study of aortic valve frame deployments for 5 patients. The workflow includes:
The in silico approach can boost productivity and regulatory compliance for major manufacturers and agile startups alike. As the medical
devices industry moves towards a digital ecosystem, in silico trials are becoming a reality for the Medical Device industry. Join this webinar to discuss
how we can all cross the chasm between people's needs for digital solutions and their abilities to master the complexities of the required tools including
AI-based images segmentation and mechanistic, multi-physics simulation.
In this webinar you will learn about: