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The Early Stage Researchers are enrolled for doctoral study in the Doctorate program in their host institution or associated University and will aim to present their PhD at the
end of the project.

They will receive scientific skills in biomechanics simulation and computational medicine and specialized courses and transferable skills. See timetable below.

S/he will be supervised by a main supervisor and a co-supervisor. Also, all the students will participate in short term stays in collaborative organisations and industries within the network. Further details on supervision and research stays are posted at each ESR project page.

Training events

Event Content Time and Place
Transferable Skills Training 1 day PhD course on Responsible Conduct of Research, offered by Doctoral School of Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen

Copenhagen,

29  January 2019

Scientific Training I PhD course covering image segmentation, registration, computational meshing and data analysis. 3Shape lectures on obtaining global accuracy in surface scanning. Copenhagen, 7 - 11 January 2019
Scientific Training II PhD course on data driven modelling of mechanical systems. Including parameter estimation from imaging as well as numerical optimization methods. NExt-Limit lectures on data-driven computational fluid dynamics of blood flow analysis. GMV lectures on intraoperative radiotherapy planning and navigation. Madrid, 8-12 April 2019
Transferable Skills Training Module 1 of PhD course on Project Management and Personal Development as Research Managers, offered by University of Luxembourg Copenhagen 21 - 22 May 2019
Annual Workshop I All non-academic participants contribute in validation feed back panels. Specific invited lectures by Hvidovre Hopsital on clinical testing and Aalborg University on validating biomechanical models. Copenhagen, 23 May 2019
Transferable Skills Training 4 days PhD course on Academic Writing, offered by Doctoral School of Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, 24 - 27 June 2019
Scientific Training III PhD course on elastic models for medical image segmentation and registration, including statistical shape models and mechanical systems with a focus on meshless techniques. AnatoScope lectures on medical image segmentation and registration.
Kitware lectures on usage of pre-and post operative registration of images.
Copenhagen, 1 -5 July 2019
Scientific Training IV PhD course about computational mechanics covering discretization methods for mechanics, with a focus on discontinuities and singularities. InSimo lectures on high fidelity surgical simulation. inuTech lectures on applying FEM technology for biomechanical modling. Luxembourg, 26 - 30 August 2019
Scientific Training V PhD course introducing the basics of meta-modelling techniques for efficient inverse problems. Introduction to inverse problems regularised gradient-based and gradient-free optimisers, and probabilistic approaches such as Bayesian inversion. Simpleware lectures on the application of inverse problems in the context of image processing and data to simulation transfers. Cardiff, 11 - 15 November 2019
Transferable Skills Training PhD course on Intellectual Property Rights Venue in UK yet to be settled, 18 - 22 November 2019
Transferable Skills Training Module 2 of PhD course on Project Management and Personal Development as Research Managers, offered by University of Luxembourg Copenhagen, 16 - 17 March 2020
Annual Workshop II All non-academic participants contribute in validation feed back panels. Specific invited lectures by Hvidovre Hopsital on clinical testing and Aalborg University on validating biomechanical models. Copenhagen, 18 - 19 March 2020
Transferable Skills Training Module 3 of PhD course on Project Management and Personal Development as Research Managers, offered by University of Luxembourg Copenhagen 3 - 4 December 2020
Transferable Skills Training Career Lab Workshop focused on transferrable skills for further educational and career development. 3Shape, GMV, Simpleware are involved in training on technology transfer, IPR management, pilot project design. Including visits to innovation and science park Symbion.  Copenhagen, 7 - 11 December 2020
Transferable Skills Training Module 4 of PhD course on Project Management and Personal Development as Research Managers, offered by University of Luxembourg Copenhagen 15 - 16 March 2021
Annual Workshop III All non-academic participants contribute in validation feed back panels. Specific invited lectures by Hvidovre Hopsital on clinical testing and Aalborg University on validating biomechanical models. Copenhagen, 17 - 18 March 2021

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