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JSOL is delighted to announce The 2014 THUMS USA Users' Meeting.
THUMS, the Total Human Model for Safety for use with LS-DYNA® is being rapidly adopted by users worldwide.
We invite you to join us and share in THUMS technical information.
|Date:||June 11th(wed), 2014|
|Venue:||Adoba Hotel Dearborn/Detroit (Formerly Hyatt Regency Dearborn)
600 Town Center Drive Dearborn, Michigan, USA 48126-2793
Tel : +1 313 592 3622
Customers who are interested in THUMS.
|Expected number of participants:||Approximately 50|
After The 13th US & International LS-DYNA Users Conference , We are hosting "The 2013 THUMS European Users' Meeting".
|10:10-||History of THUMS developemnt and its enhancement plan in near future
Mr. Tsuyoshi Yasuki, Toyota Motor Corporation
|10:40-||Injury Investigation for High Speed Racing using THUMS
Mr. Robert D. Smith , Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America,Inc. - TTC
|11:10-||Future Opportunities in combining Pre Crash and Post-crash analysis with
Mr. Chuck Gulash, Toyota Technical Center (TTC), the North American R&D division of Toyota Motor Corporation
|12:55-||Simulation based THUMS positioning on JSD (JSOL Seat Designer)
Dr. Noriyo Ichinose, JSOL Corporation
|13:25-||Multi-metric evaluation of THUMS in frontal and side impacts
Dr. Damien Subit, University of Virginia
|13:55-||THUMSv4 Injury Metric Development and Crash Simulation Variation Injury
Dr. Ashley Weaver, Virginia Tech - Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics
|14:25-||Parameterize THUMS to Represent Various Vulnerable Populations - A Feasibility
Dr. Jingwen Hu, University of Michigan
Note: The program is subject to be changed.
The registration has been closed.
Thank you for a lot of application.
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