Minisymposium “Advances in Computational Models for Vertebrate Structures in Biology and Palaeontology”


Neext week will be held in Barcelona the 11th. World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM2014) ,
5th. European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V) and 6th. European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI): http://www.wccm-eccm-ecfd2014.org/

In this congress will be the minisymposium “Advances in Computational Models for Vertebrate Structures in Biology and Palaeontology” with the chairman Jordi Marcé-Nogué and the co-cahirman Josep Fortuny. The objective of this minisymposium is to discuss and share in a computational context the advances done in the field of the biology and palaeontology when computational models are used.

The works presented in the minisympoium are:

1. “Computational mechanics sheds new light on the paleobiology of early tetrapods” Josep Fortuny, Jordi Marcé-Nogué, Lluís Gil, Montserrat Sanchez and Àngel Galobart
2. “The seahorse tail as inspiration for serially articulated systems” Celine Neutens, Tomas Praet, Matthieu De Beule, Manuel Dierick and Dominique Adriaens
3. “New method to validate FEA on palaeobiological modeling” Alejandro Perez-Ramos, Miquel De Renzi and Josep Fortuny
4. ” Quantitative interpretation of tracks for determination of body mass using finite element analysis” Tom Schanz, Hanna Viefhaus and Long Nguyen-Tuan
5. “Advances in methodologies and metrics for comparison of biological computational models” Christian Escrig, Soledad de Esteban-Trivigno, Lluís Gil, Daniel DeMiguel, Josep Fortuny and Jordi Marcé-Nogué
6. “Flexible multibody approach in application to the feeding mechanism in vertebrate structures” Jordi Marcé-Nogué and Adam Klodowski

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