• Antonio van der Lande

    Antonio van der Lande

    Visiting scientists and students
  • Antonio van der Lande

    Antonio van der Lande

    Visiting scientists and students
  • Antonio van der Lande

    Antonio van der Lande

    Visiting scientists and students
Antonio van der Lande

Antonio van der Lande

BiS Student

Modeling ACL graft mechanics using Finite Element Method, as a first step in the development of the Digital Twin of ACL grafts.

Hi, my name is Antonio van der Lande. I am a second-year Biomedical Engineering master student at the TU/e. I have finished my bachelor degree with a Bachelor End Project in which I modelled the mechanics of an anti-decubitus mattress for prevention of pressure ulcers. This is also where my main interest lies, capturing in vivo phenomena in a digital platform to perform in silico research. With the fast development of machine learning, in silico research is showing great promise, opening up the possibilities to make use of a Digital Twin in healthcare. Ultimately, I would like to contribute to the digital representation of the human body and thereby tackling clinical problems.

A short poster presentation of my current research can be found here.