Stéphane Avril

Avril

Mines Saint-Étienne
Centre for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering
Saint-Étienne, France

E-mail:
stephane.avril@mines-stetienne.fr
Website
Keywords:
Parameter identification using full-field optical measurements; virtual fields method in hyperelasticity; mechanics of collagen and elastin networks; non-local damage and healing of soft tissues; mechanics of vascular smooth muscle cells; mechanobiology of thoracic aortic aneurysms

Gerhard A. Holzapfel

Holzapfel

Graz University of Technology
Institute of Biomechanics
Stremayrgasse 16/2
8010 Graz, Austria

E-mail: holzapfel@tugraz.at
Website
Keywords:
The main aspects of mechanical/structural modeling of soft tissues; modeling non-symmetric collagen fiber dispersion; discrete fiber dispersion method including fiber recruitment and damage; aortic dissection – modeling and simulation; mechanics and pathogenesis of abdominal aortic aneurysms

Chwee Teck (C.T.) Lim

Lim

National University of Singapore
Department of Mechanical Engineering
9 Engineering Drive 1
Singapore 117576, Singapore

E-mail: ctlim@nus.edu.sg
Website
Keywords:
Mechanical models of living cells; experimental techniques in cell and molecular biomechanics; cell mechanics study of malaria; cell mechanics study of cancer; cell mechanics-based microfluidics for disease diagnosis and precision therapy

Andrew D. McCulloch

McCulloch

University of California San Diego
Department of Bioengineering
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla CA 92093-0412, USA

E-mail: amcculloch@ucsd.edu
Website
Keywords:
Multi-scale biomechanics and systems mechanobiology of the heart and cardiac cells: molecular dynamics and Brownian dynamics models; Markov state models of contractile protein interactions; whole cell biophysical models excitation-contraction coupling; systems models of cell mechanosignaling; continuum models of cardiac growth and remodeling; statistical shape atlases for clinical applications

Ray W. Ogden

Ogden

University of Glasgow
School of Mathematics and Statistics
University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QW, UK

E-mail: raymond.ogden@glasgow.ac.uk
Website
Keywords:
Essential ingredients of continuum mechanics and nonlinear elasticity; constitutive modeling of fiber-reinforced materials, fiber dispersion and cross-linking; the danger of modeling errors; residual stresses and their influence on the elastic response of arteries

Wolfgang A. Wall

Wall

Technical University of Munich
Institute for Computational Mechanics
Boltzmannstrasse 15
85748 Garching b. München, Germany

E-mail: wall@lnm.mw.tum.de
Website
Keywords:
Fluid-structure interaction in Biomechanics – introduction to essential modeling (resolved, homogenized, mixed-dimensional) and computational approaches; uncertainty quantification (UQ) for complex problems in biomechanics; computational modeling of the respiratory system