Special Session 8
BIOMECHATRONICS AND APPLIED ENGINEERING FOR THE DESIGN OF PROSTHESIS (SS8)


In recent times Biomechatronics has been defined as an applied interdisciplinary science that aims to integrate mechanical elements, electronics and parts of biological organisms. However, the Mechanical engineering and Biomechanics need to integrate important topics as biology, mechanics, and electronics in order to solve constant problematics of dissabled people. It also considers the fields of robotics and neuroscience. Biomechatronics devices have to be based on how the human body works. For it, the final result on this science is focused on how to help to the human motion or control that was lost or impaired by trauma, disease or birth defects.

 

Topics covered in the special session:

  • Biomedical and surgery applications
  • Biomodeling, simulation and analysis of organic implants, materials
    and healthy organ (functional unit)
  • Stereolithography (quick prototypes) on medicine
  • Orthotropic materials on prostheses
  • Characterization of implants
  • Orthopaedic designs
  • Biosensors
  • Mechanical sensors
  • Interfacing and prostheses


 

Publication:

Check under PUBLICATION ACE-X2013:

http://www.acex-conference.com/publication.html

 

Organiser(s):

 

Prof. J.A. Beltrán Fernández
Instituto Politecnico Nacional ,
Mexico
jbeltranf@hotmail.com

 

‘DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF A PROSTHESIS OF A JAW FOR A YOUNG PATIENT WITH ARTICULAR ANKYLOSIS’

Opening Talk

 

Abstract here

 

Invited Speakers:

‘STRAIN MEASUREMENTS EXHIBITED BY A STEEL PROSTHESIS PROTECTED WITH AU NANOPARTICLES’

Dr. Luis Héctor Hernández Gómez

National Polytechnic Insitute,

Mexico

 

Abstract here




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