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Biomaterials,Biomechanics & Biosensors

Biomaterials and Biomechanics involves the kinematics and kinetics relevant to human anatomy, such as human motion, including linear, angular, and nonlinear analyses, and fluid mechanics relating to human physiology (e.g. blood flow, air flow), including flow, resistance, and turbulence. Stresses and strains in biological tissues, determined experimentally or with computer simulations, help to understand relationships between structure, function, remodeling, and degradation of the tissues.

• Biological and Engineering Materials

• Biomechanics of Skeletal System, Motion and Tissue

• Biofluid Mechanics

• Bioinspired materials

• Biomedical devices

• 3D printing of organs and tissue

• Biomedical Applications of Nanoparticles

• Soft and Biological Matter

• Ergonomics and Design

• Advanced Topics in Biomechanics and Biomaterials

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