Webinars

Our webinar series keeps the OpenSim community updated on the latest biomechanical simulation research and OpenSim developments. The webinar speakers provide insights on how they have used OpenSim in their research process.

See below for a list of upcoming webinars and links to recordings of past presentations. 

Upcoming Webinars

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January 24, 2017

Musculoskeletal simulations combining multiscale data and finite element modeling of the knee

Kevin Shelburne, Alessandro Navacchia, and Azhar Ali, University of Denver

Instructions

We have created a document with instructions for participating in OpenSim webinars. Please email us at opensim@stanford.edu if you have any questions.

Past Webinars

See the pages below for recordings, frequently asked questions, and other information about past webinars.

November 17, 2016

Enabling Stochastic Simulations of Movement with High Throughput Computing

Colin Smith, Darryl Thelen, and Christina Koch, University of Wisconsin-Madison

October 19, 2016

Musculoskeletal Models Deconstructed

Apoorva Rajagopal, Stanford University

June 23, 2016

Investigating Jogging Biomechanics using the Full-Body Lumbar Spine Model

Ajit Chaudhari and Margaret Raabe, The Ohio State University

June 9, 2016

A Novel Scapulothoracic Joint Model Improves the Accuracy of Measured Shoulder Movements

Ajay Seth, Stanford University, and Ricardo Matias, University of Lisbon

February 23, 2016

Patient-specific Modeling-building and Scaling with MAP and Statistical Shape Modeling

Thor Besier and Ju Zhang, University of Auckland, New Zealand

January 27, 2016

Synergy-based Control in OpenSim: Coupled Muscle Activity in Static Optimization

Kat Steele, University of Washington

November 17, 2015

Meet Me in the Middle: a Thoracolumbar Spine and Rib Cage Model in OpenSim

Alexander Bruno (Exponent) and Dennis Anderson (Harvard University)

October 28, 2015

Locus of Control: Are You in Control of Your Simulations?

Misagh Mansouri (University of Pittsburgh) and Jeff Reinbolt (University of Tennessee)

September 3, 2015

Simulation-Based Design of Devices to Enhance a Standing Long Jump

Carmichael Ong, Stanford University

June 16, 2015

Best Practices for Verification and Validation of Musculoskeletal Models and Simulations

Jennifer Hicks with Scott Delp as moderator, Stanford University

May 21, 2015

An Individually Tuneable Model of Spasticity and Contracture in Patients with Cerebral Palsy

Marjolein van der Krogt (VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and Lynn Bar-On (KU Leuven, Belgium)

January 29, 2015

Simulating the Effect of Contracture and Weakness on Walking Capacity in Cerebral Palsy

Glen Lichtwark, University of Queensland, Australia

December 4, 2014

A Probabilistic Tool to Quantify the Effects of Population Variability & Model Uncertainty

Bradley Davidson and Casey Myers, University of Denver

October 30, 2014

OpenSim for Open-Source Musculoskeletal Modeling and Simulation: Roadmap for the Future

Jen Hicks, Stanford University

September 25, 2014

Modelling and Simulating Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries in Young Female Athletes

Julia Kar, Washington University

August 19, 2014

Interpreting Upper-limb Dynamic Simulations in the Context of Clinical Variability

Kate Saul, North Carolina State University

July 22, 2014

Simulating Sit to Stand - Biomechanical Insights and Practical Tips

Rob Siston and Elena Caruthers, Ohio State University

June 24, 2014

Fast Simulation of Arm Dynamics for Real-time, User-in-the-loop Control Applications

Ed Chadwick, Keele University

May 22, 2014

Simulating Quadriceps Muscle Atrophy and Activation Deficits during Gait

Julie Thompson, Stanford University and Ohio State University

February 6, 2014

An OpenSim Framework to Estimate Muscle Dynamics during Locomotion with Elastic Exoskeletons

Dominic Farris, The University of Queensland
Gregory Sawicki, North Carolina State University and UNC-Chapel Hill

January 21, 2014

Building and Editing Dynamic Walking Models in OpenSim

Daniel Jacbos, University of Michigan

October 17, 2013

Miniature Implants for Hand Tendon-Transfer Surgery: A Simulation- and Experiment-Based Study

Ravi Balasubramanian, Oregon State University

September 19, 2013

Measuring and Incorporating Subject-Specific Muscle Parameters in Post-Stroke Gait Simulations

Jill Higginson, Brian Knarr, and John Ramsay, University of Delaware

August 15, 2013

To Create 3D Muscle Models or Not: That Is the Question

Silvia Blemker, University of Virginia

July 16, 2013

All Models Are NOT Wrong (Contrary to Popular Belief)

Wendy Murray, Northwestern University

June 6, 2013

Muscle Excitation-driven Musculoskeletal Modeling and Future Applications to Neurorehabilitation Technologies

Massimo Sartori, Department of Neurorehabilitation Engineering, University Medical Center Gottingen
Claudio Pizzolato, Musculoskeletal Research Centre, Griffith University

May 2, 2013

Unraveling the Biomechanics of Hemiparetic Gait through Mechanical & Neuromechanical Simulations

Ilse Jonkers and Friedl De Groote, KU Leuven

December 4, 2012

NMSBuilder software for generating patient-specific OpenSim models

Giordano Valente, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli

November 8, 2012

Model-Based Stroke Rehabilitation

B.J. Fregly and Carolynn Patten, University of Florida

November 1, 2012

Creating Simulations with Real World Data - A Case Study of Obese Locomotion Biomechanics

Zach Lerner, Colorado State University

October 18, 2012

Introducing OpenSim 3.0

Jennifer Hicks, Stanford University

August 28, 2012

Muscle Models in 3.0 - Theory and Application

Matt Millard, Stanford University

February 16, 2012

A New Muscle Induced Acceleration Analysis Plugin (Second Broadcast)

Tim Dorn, Stanford University

February 14, 2012

A New Muscle Induced Acceleration Analysis Plugin

Tim Dorn, Stanford University

September 8, 2011

Second Broadcast: Using OpenSim to Explore the Mechanics of Pathological Gait Patterns

Katherine Steele, Stanford University

JULY 28, 2011

Using OpenSim to Explore the Mechanics of Pathological Gait Patterns

Katherine Steele, Stanford University

May 11 and June 9, 2011

Estimating Joint Loads in OpenSim

Matt DeMers, Stanford University

April 7, 2011

Creating and Analyzing Muscle-Driven Simulations of Running, Second Broadcast

Samuel Hamner, Stanford University

March 8, 2011

Creating and Analyzing Muscle-Driven Simulations of Running

Samuel Hamner, Stanford University

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Jan 24, 2017

Webinar: Musculoskeletal simulations combining multiscale data and finite element modeling of the knee

Learn about linking joint-level deformable finite element models with multibody musculoskeletal simulations more »

Feb 06 - 08, 2017

OpenSim Workshop in Belgium

Several OpenSim Fellows, including Ilse Jonkers, Friedl De Groote, Massimo Sartori, Giordano Valente, Luca Modenese, and Dimitra Blana are organizing this OpenSim workshop in Leuven, Belgium. more »

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