Computational Biomechanics: Dynamics of human being from biomolecules to entire body

The Summer School 2016 in Computational Biomechanics aims to present the state-of-the-art of the analysis of biomechanicals signals in an interactive way..

Our objective is to provide the possibility of an active learning in a friendly environment to all participants.

Activities (download)

  • interactive lectures

  • practical experiments

  • data analysis

  • hiking experiments


  • Prof. Edgar Delgado (University of Basel, Switzerland)

  • Prof. Leon Glass (McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada)

  • Dr. Beat Göpfert (University of Basel, Switzerland)

  • Prof. Vinzenz von Tscharner (University of Calgary, Canada)

Topics  (download)

  • Neuromuscular control

  • Electromyography analysis (wavelet, coherence and entropy based analysis

  • Dynamical diseases: challenge of non-linear dynamics and medicine

  • Predicting the risk of sudden cardiac death

  • Evolution and robustness in Gene Network

  • Epistasis on networks

  • What is chaos?


    practical info

    10-15 July 2016

    CH-6390 Engelberg

    To apply:
    please contact directly Dr. Marco Dominietto (  

    The number of participants is limited to 15.

    Free for students enrolled in the PhD program of Biomedical Engineering

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    Credit points:
    The Summer School will provide 2 ECTS.