The Computational Biomechanics (CompBio) Group at Penn State University’s College of Engineering is focused on understanding the mechanics and physics of biological systems using computational methods. Research can be partitioned into three broad areas: 1) multiphysics, multiscale computational mechanics and methods, 2) problems at the interface of biology and multiscale mechanics, and 3) humans in extreme environments.
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Interdisciplinary Expertise in Engineering, Computational Mechanics and Biomechanics
Top-notch instruments and devices for the design, development, integration and testing for extreme environments.
We use massively parallel computing systems provided through Penn State's Institute for Cyberscience to create predictive models.
We share lab space with Dr. Daniel Cortes, an expert at experimental biomechanics, so collaborations with his team help us form a well-rounded view of problems.
From high-strain rate testing to cellular microscopy our facilities at Penn State are world-class. We frequently use magnetic resonance imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, nano-CT scanner, high Field MRI Facility.
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