Bone biomechanics: multiscale and multiphysical aspects
Giuliano di Roma, Italy, 26-28 September 2017
The CNRS International Associate Laboratory Coss&Vita (associating the Paris Federation of Mechanics Labs and the International Research Center M&MoCS) and the French federation Ingénierie Mécanobiologie Ostéo-Articulaire (IMOA) jointly organize a three-day workshop on “Bone biomechanics: multiscale and multiphysical aspects”.
The workshop will take place in the charming historic village of Giuliano di Roma (Italy), from Tuesday, September 26 to Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Sitting at the crossroads and gaining input from mechanics, mathematics, biology, and medicine, biomechanics aims at providing a thorough understanding of the functioning of living systems through an interdisciplinary effort where all these scientific communities usefully complement one another’s expertise.
Bone represents a typical example where this interaction has been especially fruitful. However, despite the long-lasting interdisciplinary research devoted to this topic worldwide, bone functioning still represents a challenging problem and several questions still require to be answered.
This workshop is intended to be a privileged moment of scientific exchange gathering an international scientific community working on the various aspects of the osteoarticular system. Biomechanics community will meet biologists and clinicians in an informal setting to discuss about their respective objectives, approaches, and issues.
All the topics related to the biomechanics of the osteoarticular system are relevant to this workshop, aiming at providing a comprehensive overview of the multiscale and multiphysical nature of bone functioning.
Dates and location
The workshop will take place in the charming historic village of Giuliano di Roma (Italie), from Tuesday, September 26 to Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Attendance will be free of charge, but registration is mandatory. Registration can be made by sending an email to the organizers.
Venue and accommodation
A very limited number of on-site accommodation may be available under request (*). Interested attendees are invited to contact the workshop organizers ASAP.
Giuliano di Roma is located about 80 kilometers southeast of Rome, close to the city of Frosinone. A shuttle service will be available from and to the Rome airport on 9/26 early afternoon and 9/28 afternoon, respectively (*).
Alternatively, Giuliano di Roma can be reached by car, train or bus. For more information, please send an email to the Secretariat of M&MoCS (email@example.com).
(*) A financial contribution will be required.
Rachele Allena (IBHGC, ENSAM Paris), firstname.lastname@example.org
Francesco Dell’Isola (M&MOCS, Sapienza Università di Roma), email@example.com
Jean-François Ganghoffer (LEMTA, Université de Lorraine), firstname.lastname@example.org
Vittorio Sansalone (MSME, Université Paris-Est), email@example.com
List of speakers