Training services are offered either on-site or at ZMT Zurich MedTech AG facilities. We invite our users to join Sim4Life workshops during major conferences in 2018. Specialized courses and workshops with our most experienced engineers can be arranged on customer requests.

Introduction to Sim4Life

Sim4Life combines computable human phantoms with the most powerful physics solvers and the most advanced tissue models to directly analyze biological real-world phenomena and complex technical devices in a validated biological and anatomical environment. This video gives an overview of Sim4Life features wich allows the user to design and optimize medical devices and treatments, assess safety and achieve regulatory compliance.

Introducing the IMAnalytics Module

IMAnalytics is a powerful new tool for the comprehensive safety evaluation of implantable devices which shortens the total evaluation time from many months to several hours. The video shows how IMAnalytics is started within the Sim4Life platform by making use of MRIxViP, a pre-computed data repository of EM simulations generated from various anatomical models, imaging positions and coils (IT’IS Foundation). It then outlines the different steps of the evaluation process highlighting the main features and output formats.

Vagus Nerve Modeling with Sim4Life

The video shows how IT’IS Virtual Population (ViP) anatomical models are applied within the Sim4Life simulation platform to design, optimize, and evaluate neuromodulation electrodes for stimulating the vagus nerve.

Courtesy of IT'IS Foundation

Sim4Life Flow Solver

The Sim4Life fluid dynamics solver is designed to perform optimally for flow in complex geometrical structures and networks, encountered in biological systems such as the vasculature, cerebral cavities, bronchi and other fluid systems. Combined with the advanced modelling features of Sim4Life, including the iSeg medical image segmentation tool, and the versatile analysis and post-processing capabilities, the flow solver package provides a fully integrated end-to-end workflow.

Sim4Life CTI Swiss Medtech Award Nomination

The Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI) - one of the leading Swiss governmental technology funding institutions - has nominated the research project entitled Sim4Life CAPITALIS - In Silico Analysis and Optimization of Neurovascular and Neurological Devices and Treatments in the Head for the prestigious 2015 CTI Swiss Medtech Award. The project was a strong collaborative research and implementation effort by ZMT and the academic research partners IT'IS Foundation and the Translational Neural Engineering (TNE) Laboratory at EPFL and the application partner Cardiatis S.A.