dynamic biomechanical simulation of thoracic cage

Introduction A client asked me to build a dynamic engineering model of the thoracic cage with which we can run “what if?” scenarios against. Applying Newton’s laws of motion and Runge-Kutta, I produced the following results. Following the videos presented below, I partially detail my methodology and propose steps for improving the work: Results The […]

iBioSim: a CAD package for genetic circuits

iBioSim is a CAD package for the design, analysis, and simulation of genetic circuits. It can also be used for modeling metabolic networks, pathways, and other biological/chemical processes [1]. The tool provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for specifying circuit design and parameters, and a GUI for running simulations on the resulting models and viewing […]