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18/09/2018
Sim4Life

ZMT announces the release of Sim4Life light, a new edition specifically designed for students who can now use our cutting-edge computational life science platform for their research at no cost

Sim4life is used worldwide by leaders in the biomedical industry. We are excited to introduce Sim4Life light, our powerful multi-physics simulation platform to support the study and research of undergraduate and graduate students – free of charge!

Sim4Life light encompasses the whole range of our physics solvers (i.e., electromagnetic (EM) high and low frequency, thermal, acoustic) and tissue models (dielectric, perfusion, neuron, etc.) without any restrictions for up to 20 million grid cells. The unique Sim4Life framework provides all pre- and post-processing capabilities to learn and explore numerical modeling, from antenna design to wireless power transfer problems. Yoon-sun, the first Virtual Population (ViP) Korean female computational anatomical phantom recently released by the IT’IS Foundation, enables students to experience modeling with a state-of-the-art anatomical phantom to tackle highly complex multi-physics problems in their research. For example, the low-frequency EM-solvers coupled with the neuronal tissue models give students insight into how EM-induced neuronal stimulation can be applied for new technologies such as electroceuticals.

Sim4Life light is only marginally limited as high performance and cloud computing are not supported and additional ViP models cannot be added. Yet, it is the first software that is freely available to introduce students to modeling with a state-of-the-art anatomical phantom and help them to learn how this technology can help to solve highly complex multi-physics problems in science and engineering ‒ for applications ranging from wireless communication to medical applications.

Sim4Life light can be downloaded free of charge by students from registered universities. The license is time limited but can be easily renewed every year up until one year after the student has left the university.

Sim4Life is part of ZMT’s long existing program to support and push educational efforts and scientific research in the academic world. More information about Sim4Life Academic can be found here

 

fitness tracker

Sim4Life light supports the design and optimization of in-/on-body wireless devices: conformal printed dual band antenna in fitness tracker mounted on SPEAG's POPEYE measurement phantom.

 

Sim4Life light’s low-frequency EM-solver coupled with the neuronal tissue models enables the investigation of adverse interference between implanted electroceuticals ‒ like a vagus nerve stimulator ‒ and the MRI gradient fields, with potential risk of unwanted stimulation and thermal heating. 

 

Sim4Life

31/07/2018

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s4l-sales@zmt.swiss

 

New Computational Phantom Yoon-sun: Important ViP Extension in Unmatched Segmentation Quality

The first non-European computational anatomical model and member of the Virtual Population (ViP), Yoon-sun cV3.1, has been released. The new phantom includes detailed organs, vessel trees, and peripheral nerves.

 
Corporate

22/07/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

ZMT Changes Domain Name to dot(.)swiss!

Another important milestone in Z43 history: ZMT is proud to announce the introduction of our brand-new domain name www.zmt.swiss!

 
Corporate

11/07/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

Zurich 43 Hosts Meeting of NEUROMAN Project Partners

Zurich 43 was the site of a meeting of the NEUROMAN project partners on Tuesday, July 10.

 
Corporate

09/07/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

Niels Kuster and Habib Bousleiman Present at IoT Symposium Co-Organized by the AUDEN Group and the IEEE EMC Chapter

ZMT's President of the Board Niels Kuster presented keynote lectures on “EM Evaluation and Optimization of IoT Systems: Standards, Software and Instrumentations” and “Workflow for Demonstration of Compliance of Transmitters Operating above 10 GHz” at a symposium on IoT co-organized by the AUDEN Group and the IEEE EMC Chapter in Taipei on July 4, 2018. Habib Bousleiman, ZMT's Head of MRI Applications, also presented two talks on “Novel Tools for Electroceuticals” and “New Potential for Hyperthermia: The European Perspective".

 
Sim4Life

28/06/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

Successful ISMRM 2018 Sim4Life User Workshop

On June 20, 2018, ZMT welcomed about 100 medical implant manufacturers, MRI vendors, and key opinion leaders from academia and governmental agencies at the annual ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2018 in Paris, France. The workshop provided a closer look into how industry and research envision the future of in silica MRI and how advanced numerical modeling will help to master new challenges. 

 
Corporate

28/05/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

ZMT Hosts EUROSTARS RESTORE Project Workshop

ZMT hosted the second workshop of the EUROSTARS project RESTORE, which featured updates from the project partners followed by discussions of the next steps and priorities.

 
Corporate

28/05/2018

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info@zmt.swiss

 

13th Hardware and Software Workshop Series in Taiwan & China: A Great Success

Another Successful Hardware and Software Workshop for SPEAG and ZMT Zurich MedTech AG in Taipei, Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen in May 2018.

 
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