Sunday, May 21st  

Varsity Club | 278 West Lane Avenue  Columbus, OH 43201

5:00                 Cornhole Tournament and Welcome reception | Sponsored by Calspan, Nationwide Children's Hospital and Takata

Within walking distance (one block north) of The Blackwell

Monday, May 22nd    

The Blackwell | 2110 Tuttle Park Place  Columbus, Ohio 43210

8:00              Registration and Continental Breakfast | Sponsored by Autoliv

8:45               Opening Remarks

                        John H. Bolte IV, PhD | The Ohio State University            

8:50              Scientific Agenda

                       Jason Stammen, PhD | NHTSA

9:00             Guest Speaker

Ola Bostrom | Senior Director | Autoliv Research

 

POSTER SESSION I

Moderators  - TBD

9:45            Oral Descriptions of Posters in Session I

     Characterizing In-vivo Exposures of the Lumbar Spine During Simulated Low-Speed Rear Impact Collisions

       Kayla M. Fewster1, Daniel Viggiani1, Chad E. Gooyers1,2, Robert J. Parkinson1,2, Jack P. Callaghan1

        1Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

        2-30- Forensic Engineering, Toronto, ON, Canada

 

    Biofidelity Evaluation of GHBMC M50-O, GHBMC M50-OS in near-side oblique frontal impact sled test

      Hongnan Lin1, David Poulard1, Greg Shaw1, Matthew Panzer1

       1Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

 

    Developing a Method of Slowing Brain Tissue Degradation through Temperature, Sodium Bicarbonate and Antibiotics for Traumatic Brain        Injury Testing

      Alaine Wetli1, Bernie Cook1, Ann Mallory2, Kevin Moorhouse3, Yun-Seok Kang1

       1Injury Biomechanics Research Center, The Ohio State University

       2Transportation Research Center

       3Applied Biomechanics Division at NHTSA

 

    Headform response and testing of a hockey helmet and novel liner material in two rotation inducing headgear test methods

      Tom Whyte1,2, C.A. Stuart1,2, P.A. Cripton1,2

       1Orthopaedic and Injury Biomechanics Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of British Columbia

       2International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), Blusson Spinal Cord Centre

 

    Development and Validation of A detailed Finite Element Model of Human Eye for Predicting Ocular Trauma

      Kunal Dave1, Sumit Sharma2, Sayak Mukharjee2, Liying Zhang3

       1Advance Human Modelling Laboratory, Wayne State University

       2IICAE indore, India

       3Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University

 

10:15  BREAK | Posters from Session I will be on display

 

ORAL SESSION I – Occupant Kinematics

Moderators  - TBD 

10:45         Evaluating Occupant Kinematic Responses to Low Acceleration Time-Extended Evasive Swerving Event

      Christine Holt1, Sriram Balasubramanian1, Thomas Seacrist2, Jason R. Kerrigan3, Richard W. Kent3, Kristy B. Arbogast2

       1Biomedical Engineering Science and Health Systems, Drexel University

       2Center for Injury Research & Prevention at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

       3Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia

 

11:15           Validating FE Hybrid III, THOR, and GHBMC M50-OS for Future Spaceflight Configuration Testing

       Kyle P. McNamara1,2, Derek A. Jones1,2, James P. Gaewsky1,2, F. Scott Gayzik1,2, Ashley A. Weaver1,2, Joel D. Stitzel1,2

1Wake Forest School of Medicine

2Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics

 

11:45           Comparison of the 6YO ATD kinematics restrained in Booster CRSs – Sled Experiments in frontal, oblique and side impacts

Nhat Duong1, Aditya Belwadi2 

1Department of Biomedical Engineering, Drexel University

2Center for Injury Research and Prevention, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 

12:15            LUNCH | Sponsored by Evenflo

 

12:20            Student Presenter Group Picture

All student presenters, please report to Arri Willis

 

1:15               Guest Speaker 

Dr. Srini Sundararajan | Group & Technical Leader, Biomechanics & Occupant Protection | Ford Motor Company 

 

ORAL SESSION II – Head Injury

Moderators  - TBD

2:00             Characterization of Brain Tissue under High Rate Shear Loading: a novel test method with low noise

Soroush Assari1, Kurosh Darvish1

1Biomechanics Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Temple University

 

2:30             Towards a helmet assessment metric capable of predicting diffuse brain injury while accounting for focal head injury

Brooklynn M. Knowles1, Christopher R. Dennison1

1Biomedical Instrumentation Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta

 

POSTER SESSION II

Moderators  - TBD

3:00             Oral Descriptions of Posters in Session II

Predicting Population Level-Hip Fracture Risk: A Novel Probabilistic Modeling Approach Incorporating Factor-of-Risk Principles

1Daniel Martel, B.Sc., 1Andrew Laing, PhD

1Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

 

Development of Innovative 6aω Head Instrumentation Fixture for the Hybrid III 50th Percentile Male 

Colleen Croyle1, Kevin Moorhouse2, Jim Clevenger3, John H Bolte IV1, Yun-Seok Kang1

1Injury Biomechanics Research Center at The Ohio State University

2National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

3Transportation Research Center, Inc.

 

Investigate the Effect of Angular Acceleration-Deceleration Pulse Shapes on Brain Response using a Validated Human Head Model

Tushar Arora1, Liying Zhang2

1Advance Human Modelling Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wayne State University

2Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University

 

The Relationship of Brain Atrophy and Age to aid in Subdural Hematoma Injury Risk Prediction

Bernie Cook1, Ann Mallory, Ph.D.2, Kevin Moorhouse, Ph.D.3, Yun Seok Kang, Ph.D.1

1The Ohio State University

2Transportation Research Center Inc.

3National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

 

Differences in bicycle helmet performance under real-world impact conditions using standard and oblique test rigs

Megan Bland1, Craig McNally1, Steven Rowson1

1Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, Virginia Tech

 

3:30             BREAK | Posters from Session II will be on display

 

ORAL SESSION III – Lower Extremity Injury

Moderators  - TBD

4:00             Response of Female and Male PMHS to Blast-Induced Vertical Accelerative Loading

Danielle M. Cristino1, Hollie A. Pietsch2, John H Bolte IV3, Andrew R. Kemper1, Kerry A. Danelson4, Warren N, Hardy1

1Center for Injury Biomechanics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA

2Ground Systems Survivability, RDECOM-TARDEC

3Injury Biomechanics Research Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

4Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Wake Forest School of Medicine

 

4:30             Peak pressure and contact profile: links with individual characteristics and falling configuration

Iris C. Levineand Andrew C. Laing1

1Department of Kinesiology, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

 

5:00             Closing Remarks

                      John H. Bolte IV, PhD | The Ohio State University

 

 

BANQUET | Sponsored by DTSFaculty Club | 181 South Oval Dr. Columbus, OH 43210

 

5:45              Walking tour of Ohio State Campus leaves the Blackwell for the Faculty Club

Shuttles will be available in case of inclement weather

6:00            Hors d’oeuvres and Drinks

7:30             Dinner

8:30             Team Trivia Event

Prizes for the top teams

9:00            Shuttles will be available to return participants to the Blackwell beginning around 9:00 PM, but will continue late into the night

 

Tuesday, May 23rd    

The Blackwell | 2110 Tuttle Park Place  Columbus, Ohio 43210

8:00            Continental Breakfast | Sponsored by Autoliv

8:45             Guest Speaker

 Nathaniel Beuse | Associate Administrator Vehicle Safety Research | NHTSA

 

POSTER SESSION III

Moderators  - TBD 

9:30              Oral Descriptions of Posters in Session III

Linear Effects of Subject-Level Variation on the Structural Properties of Human Ribs

Elina Misicka1, Yun-Seok Kang1, Michelle Murach1, Amanda M. Agnew1

 1Injury Biomechanics Research Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH

 

Development of In Silico Pediatric Femur Model to Evaluate Bed Falls

Keyonna Mckinsey1, Gina Bertocci1, Angela Thompson2

 1Department of Bioengineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

 2Department of Engineering Fundamentals, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

 

Validation of the GHBMC Small Female Head Model and Development of Crash Induced Injury Tolerance for Head Injury Prediction

Runzhou Zhou1, Tushar Arora2, Varun Pathak2, Liying Zhang1

 1Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

 2Department of Mechanical Engineering, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

 

Development and validation of a 95th percentile male pedestrian finite element model

Wansoo Pak1, Costin D. Untaroiu1

 1Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

 

Parametric Analysis of Fatigue in Stationary Biking: A Computational Approach

Deepak Sathyanarayan1, Austin Taylor Rivera1, Matthew B. Panzer1

 1Center for Applied Biomechanics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

 

10:00           BREAK | Posters from Session III will be on display

 

ORAL SESSION IV – Thorax and Abdomen Biomechanics

Moderators  - TBD

10:30            Failed Rib Regions in a Computational Human Model vs. Observed PMHS Fractures: A Comparative Study

 Berkan Guleyupoglu1,2, Ryan Barnard1, F. Scott Gayzik1,2

 1Wake Forest University School of Medicine

 2Virginia Tech – Wake Forest Center for Injury Biomechanics

 

11:00            A Preliminary Exploration of Contribution of the Individual Rib to Dynamic Response of the Human Thorax

 Michelle M. Murach1, Yun-Seok Kang1, Kevin Moorhouse2, John H. Bolte IV1, Amanda M. Agnew1

 1Injury Biomechanics Research Center, The Ohio State University

 2National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Vehicle Research and Test Center

 

11:30             Effect of Post Mortem Time and Preservation Fluid on the Failure Material Properties of Bovine Liver Parenchyma

 Kristin M. Dunford1, Andrew R. Kemper1

 1Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University, Center for Injury Biomechanics

 

12:00              LUNCH | Sponsored by Humanetics Innovative Solutions

 

ORAL SESSION V – Neck Biomechanics

Moderators  - TBD

1:00              Load-Displacement Characteristics of the Cervical Spine During Shear Loading

 JJ Dowling-Medley1, RJP Doodkorte2, AD Melnyk3, PA Cripton1, TR Oxlanda3

 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia

 2Department of Biomedical Sciences, Radboud University Nijmegen

 3Department of Orthopaedics, University of British Columbia

 

1:30              Quantitative evaluation of subaxial cervical facet deflection, strain and failure load during simulated flexion and shear loading

Ryan Quarrington1, John J. Costi2, Brian J. C. Freeman3, Claire F. Jones1

1School of Mechanical Engineering/Centre for Orthopaedic & Trauma Research, The University of Adelaide
2Biomechanics and Implants Research Group, The Medical Device Research Institute, School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics, Flinders University

3The Spinal Injuries Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia

 

2:00             BREAK

                       

2:20             Awards & Closing Remarks

                      John H. Bolte IV, PhD | The Ohio State University