MYMOSA project

From May 5, 2008 I am a part of the MYMOSA (MotorcYcle and MOtorcyclist SAfety) project. As its official web page says: ‘MYMOSA is a Research Training Network composed of a well-balanced group of 5 universities, 3 research centres and 6 companies.’

'The network is active in modelling, simulation, experimenting and producing equipment and devices for the safety of motorbikes, mopeds and their riders.'

I belong to one of the companies. Namely Altair Development France where they have developed a detailed finite element model of human body with which I am working now.

The project belongs to sixth framework programme Marie Curie research training networks and I am there as an experienced researcher (with more than 4 years of research experience) with the aim to perform finite element simulations of dummies and vehicles in various pre-crash, crash and post-crash scenarios.

It is something I am happy to be a part of, more than I had initially expected to be. The official web page of the project is



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