14.06.2017     13:00–14:30

A1
Biomechanic modelling, simulation and evaluation knee, hip

Type:
Advanced educational workshop
Room:

Biomechanic modelling, computer based as well as experimental simulation are essential tools for the development, verification and validation of new implants and surgical therapy concepts in orthopaedics. Novel concepts of computer and robot based hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators provide an even higher flexibility e.g. in terms of model based experimental multi-parameter studies. The goal of the two advanced educational workshops on biomechanics (A1: hip & knee /spine; A5: shoulder & wrist) is to discuss actual approaches in this domain and its potential in the Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Science and Surgery.

14.06.2017
13:00–14:30

A1
Biomechanic modelling, simulation and evaluation knee, hip

Type:
Advanced educational workshop
Room:

Biomechanic modelling, computer based as well as experimental simulation are essential tools for the development, verification and validation of new implants and surgical therapy concepts in orthopaedics. Novel concepts of computer and robot based hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators provide an even higher flexibility e.g. in terms of model based experimental multi-parameter studies. The goal of the two advanced educational workshops on biomechanics (A1: hip & knee /spine; A5: shoulder & wrist) is to discuss actual approaches in this domain and its potential in the Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Science and Surgery.


Discussion


13:00–13:10 Introduction to biomechanical simulation on knee and hip joint
Michael Skipper Andersen (Aalborg/DK)


13:10–13:20 Instrumented prosthesis (Orthoload)
Philipp Damm (Berlin/DE)


13:20–13:30 Instrumented soft tissue balancing
Christopher Plaskos (East Tauton/MA/US)


13:30–13:40 Knee joint simulation
Malte Asseln (Aachen/DE)


13:40–13:50 Hip joint simulation
Juliana Hsu (Aachen/DE), Maximilian Fischer (Aachen/DE)


13:50–14:00 Aachen experimental knee simulator
Malte Asseln (Aachen/DE)


14:00–14:10 Experimental biomechanics using industrial robots as testing devices
Christof Hurschler (Hannover/DE)