Part 2 of the 2 part SIMULIA Webinar for Life Sciences focuses on engineering the future of digital health with breakthrough simulations like the Living Heart Project (LHP). For more than a decade, nearly all life sciences models have been designed with 3D models, as it was the most efficient way to create what we could imagine. Just recently, new simulation tools brought us the ability to test new designs in digital form, ensuring that performance goals were met before any physical production started. Now, today, it is possible to create a "digital twin" to live human organs. Just think of the possibilities to impact the future of digital health.
Join us for a fascinating look into the not too distant future to see how the changing simulation tools will impact how you imagine. You will learn:
- How the engineering community has developed robust 3D models of human physiology
- What the Living Heart Project (LHP) has done to improve cardiovascular device development and deliver targeted interventions
- When we will be ready to create digital continuity from device manufacturers to healthcare providers
Don't miss this informative and life-changing webinar taught by one of the most respected veterans in the life sciences field.
Steve Levine - Senior Director of Portfolio Management at Dassault Systèmes
Dr. Steve Levine is Senior Director of Portfolio Management and the leader of the Realistic Human Simulation initiative at Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA. Since 2006, Steve has been responsible for leading SIMULIA’s strategy and long-term vision of enabling science and engineering software to deliver on its full potential.
Did you miss Part 1 of the SIMULIA Webinar on Life Sciences? Karl D'Souza, Dassault Systèmes Senior Solution Consultant, described progress in virtual human simulation such as the development of bone, skin, blood and tissue models. He showed examples of how computational models provide critical insight early in the design process which lower time and cost of developing new and innovative medical devices and procedures.
Click here to view Human Simulation for Virtual Testing of New Products - Part 1