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Scientific Communications Committee: Ilse Jonkers

Meetings and external affairs Committee: Enrico Dallara

Meeting WebPortal Committee: Dieter Pahr

Diversity-Inclusion and Membership Committee: Mark Thompson

Publication Committee: Michele Conti

Education and Student Committee: Aurlie Carlier

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Stephan M. Perren

Best Doctoral Thesis in Biomechanics

ESB Mobility Award (Winners 2017)

ESB Mobility Award (Winners 2016)

ESB Mobility Award (Winners 2015)

ESB Mobility Award (Winners 2014)

ESB Mobility Award (Winners 2013)

Hellenic (Greek) Society of Biomechanics

Welcome to the European Society of Biomechanics

The European Society of Biomechanics was founded in 1976 at a meeting in Brussels of 20 scientists from 11 countries. Our goal is to encourage research, disseminate knowledge and promote progress in Biomechanics. It is now the largest Biomechanics society in Europe with over 1500 members.

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The 26th Congress of ESB will take place Online from 11 14 July 2021 and it will be organisd by the Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy For more information . We are looking forward to receiving your contributions and

PhD position on computer mechanobiology of spinal surgery @Charit

Annual meeting of the Spanish Chapter of the ESB 25-26 October 2021

Postdoc Position in vascular Biomechanics @University of Pavia

Diversity-Inclusion Membership data posted

PhD position on Computational model of guided growth in immature skeleton for custom-made correction of deformities @Universitat Pompeu Fabra

3D imaging of a total hip prosthesis

Musculoskeletal modelling in the workplace

3D Imaging of a hip replacement stem

In vitro sideways fall: fracture was filmed with a high-speed camera (20000fps). The first sign of fracture on the medial side is visible in frame (B). Frame (A) was taken 0.8msec before (B). Fracture is completely visible in (C), 114msec after frame (B)

Engineering model of a foetus within the womb

Volumetric soft tissue models from CT data including a reversed shoulder prosthesis

Lacuno-canalicular network within mouse bone, separated into osteocyte lacunae (yellow ellipsoid portions) and canaliculi (green tubes)

Functional imaging of a mouse tail vertebra

21Oct13th International Conference BIOMDLORE 2021

studentCorporate members of the ESB:Site design by CookandKaye, January 2018