Biomechanics Section (BMe)
The division "Biomechanics" is a multi-disciplinary institute situated in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Our division is having a strong expertise in both numerical and experimental analyses of human structure and function. Research topics cover the broad spectrum of length scales present in the human body: from cells to tissues and from organs to the entire body and its interaction with the environment. Research is clustered around four main topics: bone and implant mechanics, mechanobiology and tissue engineering, computer aided engineering in surgery, and functional biomechanical design and analysis. Many projects run in collaboration with clinical partners. The research activities are reflected in the teaching activities of the division. We provide basic engineering mechanics and engineering design in the bachelor years and provide several courses for the Master in Biomedical Engineering.
|Division Spokesman||Prof. Hans Van Oosterwyck|
|Division Secretary||Mrs. Rita Vanroelen (Mon-Thu) - Mrs. Brigitte Corthouts (Fri)|
Department of Mechanical Engineering
B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium
|Telephone||+ 32 16 32 70 96|
|Fax||+ 32 16 32 79 94|
Itinerary to BMe
HOW TO REACH BIOMECHANICS / BMe ?
When you reach the Mechanical Engineering Building, you will see a large parking lot. On this parking, with the building at your right hand side, go for about 100 m until you see an old industrial robot. Enter the building and take the elevator to the 4th floor, where you can find the Biomechanics Section.