Interdisciplinary Shoulder Symposium

The human shoulder complex: Clinical Background – Digital Modelling Techniques – Modern Applications

Thursday, 7th March 2019
10:00 – 14:00
OTH Regensburg

Time

Topic

Speaker

10:00-10:05

Welcome from OTH Regensburg

Prof. Dr. phil. Klaudia Winkler
(Vice President, OTH Regensburg)

10:05-10:10

Welcome from government of Oberpfalz

Dr. med. Christine Endres-Akbari

10:10-10:30

Introduction to the project „Virtual human body models for the prevention, therapy and rehabilitation of shoulder pathologies”

Prof. Dr. –Ing Sebastian Dendorfer
(Biomechanics, OTH Regensburg)

10:30-11:00

Pathologies of the shoulder and their relevance from a clinical perspective

PD Dr. med. Carsten Englert
(Arthos group practice, Regensburg)

11:00-11:30

Modelling of the shoulder complex within the Anybody Modelling System (AMS)

Maximilian Aurbach
(Biomechanics, OTH Regensburg)

11:30-12:00

Preprocessing of clinical data for modelling

Ing. Jan Vychytil, Ph.D.
(New Technologies Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen)

12:00-12:40

Lunch Break

12:40-13:00

Modelling of an exoskeleton for the upper extremities within the Anybody Modelling System

Mark Tröster
(Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart)

13:00-13:20

TBA

TBA

13:20-14:00

Open discussion: From the clinical relevance to modelling and industry – How does it all fit together?

All participants and audience


Registration
(using Eventbrite)

The Interdisciplinary Shoulder Symposium is the conclusion of a free 4-day Beginner Workshop (04.03.2019-07.03.2019) on Musculoskeletal Modelling, hosted by the Laboratory for Biomechanics of the OTH Regensburg.

>> More information and registration! (Website Laboratory of Biomechanics, OTH Regensburg)