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Sim4Life

23/05/2018

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ZMT ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2018: Agenda & Registration

Our ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop with renown scientists and industry leaders will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 from 18:30 – 20:45pm. We will focus on the latest trends in validated in silico MRI analysis and implant safety evaluations. If you are interested in participating please send us an email.

 
Sim4Life

08/05/2018

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Save The Date: ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop 2018

Our ISMRM Sim4Life User Workshop with distinguished invited speakers will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. At the workshop, we will provide a closer look into how industry and research envision the future of in silico magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and how advanced numerical modeling will help to master new challenges. The detailed agenda is forthcoming and will be communicated soon. If you are interested in participating please send us an email.

 
Sim4Life

20/02/2018

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Sim4Life V4.0 Release

ZMT is pleased to announce the release of Sim4Life V4.0! With the new release, we are particularly proud to make our innovative and easy-to-use multi-parameter, multi-goal Optimizer Framework V1 available to all of our customers.

 
Sim4Life

23/01/2018

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Major ViP Extension: Morphing of Virtual Population Models Broadens BMI Population Coverage

Long-awaited breakthrough achieved with release of morphed ViP models that cover slender to obese subjects.

 
Sim4Life

14/11/2017

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ITIS receives NIH Award for o2S2PARC project

Success for our Z43 partner IT’IS who has been selected to lead the Modeling and Simulation Core (SIM-CORE) of the NIH Stimulating Peripheral Activity to Relieve Conditions (SPARC) program.

 
Sim4Life

09/11/2017

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Sim4Life Workshop @ Neuroscience 2017

Our workshop ‘Sim4Life - In Silico Solutions for Advanced Electroceuticals’ to be held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington DC on 14 November 2017 during the Society for Neuroscience 2017 Annual Meeting. The workshop will feature in-house experts and external guests to illustrate current efforts and perspectives concerning in silico multiscale modeling in the context of bioelectronic medicine.

 
Sim4Life

11/10/2017

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RESTORE Project Partners on One-Week Training Visit at Zurich43

This week, doctoral students – Andreas Rowald and Nathan Greiner – from the group of Prof. Grégoire Courtine at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and Edoardo Paoles from G-Therapeutics, partners on the Eurostars-funded project RESTORE, will be at Zurich43 for a week of intensive training on the Sim4LIfe computational life sciences platform.

 
Sim4Life

19/09/2017

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Release of the First Verified and Validated IMAnalytics Module V1.0 and MRIxViP V1.0 Libraries for Instant, Comprehensive, and Traceable Evaluation of Implantable Medical Devices

IMAnalytics V1.0 and MRIxVIP V1.0: The first comprehensive solutions for fast, verified, validated, and traceable evaluations of implant safety during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

 
Sim4Life

07/06/2017

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Sim4Life V3.4 Release

ZMT is pleased to announce the release of Sim4Life V3.4, including our latest innovation – IMAnalytics – for the smooth, comprehensive, fast, and error-free analysis of the magnetic resonance safety of implants. In combination with IT’IS’ novel exposure MRIxViP libraries, the new module reduces evaluations from several weeks to just a few hours.

 
Sim4Life

23/05/2017

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Successful Sim4Life Showcase Seminar @ BMES 2017

ZMT has been one of the gold sponsors at this year's BMES Frontiers in Medical Devices conference from 16-18 May 2017 in Washington D.C., co-organized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The conference was well attended by representatives from industry, regulators, and academia who met to discuss the current state and the future of computational modeling in life sciences applications.

 
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