With Neuroscience 2018, the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, in San Diego, USA, only being a few weeks away, we are excited to announce that we will hold our second SfN Sim4Life Workshop on Monday, November 5, 2018, from 6:30pm – 9:30pm.
At the workshop, we will provide insights on how numerical modeling and simulations can advance the research and design of novel bioelectronic therapies and miniaturized electroceuticals to restore lost functionalities (e.g. motor control) and relieve painful conditions. The possibility to combine simulations and high-resolution computational anatomical phantoms to optimize electrode design and improve stimulation selectivity while avoiding undesirable side effects in neurostimulation scenarios, are just a couple of examples how the technological challenges in bioelectronics medicine can be mastered with in silico methods. Together with distinguished invited speakers, we will discuss how research and industry envision the future of computational modeling and simulation in the field of neuroscience, and present the latest features of our comprehensive Sim4Life simulation platform.
The detailed workshop agenda is forthcoming and will be communicated soon.
Please note that our SfN Sim4Life Workshop has been very popular last year and only limited seating is available. Registration is required and will be handled on a first-come first-served basis. You will receive a confirmation email within 24h.
In addition, don’t miss the chance to meet our experts at Booth #3825, who will present ZMT's latest developments, including:
Sim4Life’s New Electromagnetic Quasistatic (EM-QS) Solver
The most effective solution to simulate low-frequency electromagnetic fields in heterogeneous, anisotropic, biological tissue. The novel unstructured solver enables the optimization of neuromodulating medical devices and the related treatments in shortest time.
The fastest and most versatile way for neuronal dynamics simulations incorporating complex neuro-functionalized anatomical human models ‒ the only solution for realistic investigations of neurostimulation.
We look forward to welcoming you in San Diego!
The ZMT Zurich MedTech Team