Mimics Innovation Awards 2009: WINNERS
The judges had the tough, but rewarding task of reading and scoring each of the 53 papers that had been submitted from 15 different countries all over the world to the 2009 edition of the Mimics Innovation Awards.
The scores of the judges have been counted.
The winners and runner-ups of the 2009 edition of the Awards are known!
And the WINNERS are...
Category 1 Barry Doyle (Ireland) - 5000 euro
Towards an improvement in aneurysm assessment: Coupling 3D reconstruction tools with engineering know-how
Category 2 Irfan Khan (USA) - 5000 euro
Using Mimics to understand fluid-structure interaction at small scale in complex geometries
Category 3 Bruno Frohlich (USA) - 5000 euro
The Secrets of The Stradivari String Instruments. A Non-Destructive Study of Music Instruments from The Smithsonian Institution, The Library of Congress, and Private Collections
Category 4 Lucas Ritacco (Argentina) - 2500 euro (poster)
Reproducibility of three-dimensional distal femur solid models using the same threshold level
Runner-ups (2nd place):
Category 1 Silvia Schievano (UK)
An Engineering Approach to the Study of Percutaneous Pulmonary Valve Implantation
Category 2 Danny Bluestein (USA)
Mimics Based Image Reconstruction Augments Diagnosis and Management of Vascular Pathologies: A Study of Ruptured Abdominal Aortic Aneurisms
Category 3 Eda Yildirim (USA)
Visual and Physical Model-Assisted Epileptic Region Mapping on Brain Surface for Invasive Intracranial Electroencephalography
Category 4 Bina Rai (Singapore)
Mimics: A useful tool for bone regeneration analyses in animal models
The Runner-ups will receive a certificate.
The papers will be available for download soon!
For more information on the Mimics Innovation Awards, visit our website.