Sep 15, 2016

Course on Open-Source Tools for Computational Biomechanics

Learn to use three open-source tools: GIBBON for image segmentation; FEBio for finite element analysis; and OpenSim for musculoskeletal modeling and simulation

The OpenSim team is participating in an IEEE Boston workshop on Thursday, September 15, 2016 that introduces participants to three open-source tools: GIBBON for image segmentation; FEBio for finite element analysis; and OpenSim for musculoskeletal modeling and simulation. The OpenSim portion will include a discussion of using OpenSim for predictive simulation and muscle activity estimation, and a survey of research studies integrating OpenSim with finite element modeling. Participants will also have the opportunity to work hands on with each software package. The event will be held at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To learn more or to register, click here.

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Sep 19, 2017

Webinar: Understanding How Exoskeletons Affect Muscle-tendon Mechanics During Walking

Learn about using EMG-driven simulations and muscle-level energetic estimates to understand muscle-tendon function with application of an ankle-exoskeleton torque more »

Oct 05, 2017

Webinar: Why Are Antagonists Co-activated in My Simulations? Simulating Cycling and Other

Learn practical tips for simulating and analyzing tasks with large hip and knee flexion more »

Oct 23 - 27, 2017

Virtual Workshop for Advanced OpenSim Users

Apply to participate in a virtual OpenSim Workshop this fall. Participants will receive project support from OpenSim team members using electronic communication, such as video conferencing and a dedicated online forum. more »

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