In recent years, the latest major progress and development trends in the international research field: one is mechanobiology; the other is biomechanical modeling analysis and its clinical application.
Biomechanics research is going deep into the medical and health industries which applies biomechanical numerical simulation technology to the optimal design of clinical operations and developing new types of implantation interventions medical devices. Research in this field is also becoming the development of biomechanics in China. another focus.
This special collection aims to collect original research and review articles that bring new insights into the application of biomechanics and mechanobiology to the promotion of human health. All papers submitted to this Special Issue are free of Article Processing Charges (APCs) if the manuscript is accepted for publication after peer review.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
Clinical diagnosis and rehabilitation technology based on Biomechanical modeling and simulation.
Mechanical structure design and mechanical properties of biomaterials.
R&D of artificial tissues and organs, Physical activity for rehabilitation, injury prevention instruments and equipment.
Multi-scale mechanobiological mechanisms of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Stress-growth relationships in normal physiological processes of human reproduction, development, growth, and aging.
Mechanical principle, energy conversion, and control mechanism of human motor behavior.
Prof. Dr. Zhiyong Li
Faculty of Engineering,
School of Mech., Medical & Process Engineering
Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Australia
Prof. Dr. Yonggang Wang,
Laboratory of Impact and Safety Engineering of the Ministry of Education, Ningbo University, Ningbo, China
Dr. Justin Fernandez,
Auckland Bioengineering Institute
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Posted on 19 Apr 2022