18th International Symposium on Computational Biomechanics in Ulm

May 13 - 14, 2013

successfully finished

The CBU 2013 Symposium has successfully finished.

Almost 60 scientists from 6 nations have attended the symposium in order to present their work and to discuss current research topics in computational biomechanics.

The CBU 2013 committee wishes to thank all speakers, chairmen, participants, sponsors and helping hands for their great contributions.

We would also like to congratulate the winner of the CBU Best Paper Award, Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Wittek and coauthors from the Goethe University Frankfurt/M. and Philipps University Marburg, for their remarkable presentation "A Finite Element Updating method for in vivo identification of elastic properties of the human aortic wall based on full field displacement measurement by 3D ultrasound speckle tracking".

Yours Sincerely,

The Organizing Committee

Martin Geiger
Bernd Lapatki
Jürgen Salk
Ulrich Simon
Hans-Joachim Wilke 


Dipl.-Phys. Jürgen Salk (right) congratulates Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Wittek (left) for receiving the CBU 2013 Best Paper Award.


CBU 2013 Proceedings published.

CBU 2013 Symposium successfully finished
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Wittek receives CBU Best Paper Award.

Best Paper Award

CBU committee donates a price of 500 € for best paper presented at CBU 2013.

Detailed Program is online.

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Registration for Introductory Course is closed.


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