This is the development site of Open Knee(s) - Generation 2. The development efforts for this generation of Open Knee(s) were organized by Ahmet Erdemir and supported by CoBi Core and BioRobotics Testing Core of the Cleveland Clinic, Simbios of Stanford University, and Musculoskeletal Research Laboratories of University of Utah. This project is currently funded by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health (R01GM104139).
The specific aims of Open Knee(s) are
- to provide an open, freely available, and collaborative development, testing, simulation and dissemination platform for in silico exploration of the biomechanics of healthy and diseased knees.
- to develop in silico biomechanical models of healthy and diseased knee joints of different genders and ages, supported by specimen-specific joint and tissue level experimental mechanics.
See more in the grant proposal.
If you are a user:
Download Open Knee(s)
Learn about Open Knee(s)
Discuss Open Knee(s)
See scientific and clinical use cases
Check relevant KneeProjects
Meet the team
If you are a developer:
Check current progress of Open Knee(s) models: oks001,oks002,oks003, oks004, oks005,oks006,oks007,oks008,oks009,oks010,oks011,oks012,oks013,oks014, oks015,oks016,oks017,oks018, oks019,oks020,oks021,oks022.
Read the Roadmap for planned activities to fulfill the specific aims of Open Knee(s).
Browse Specifications to understand procedures to realize specific tasks of experimentation, modeling & simulation.
Browse Infrastructure to evaluate infrastructure accessible to Open Knee(s) team to conduct experimentation, modeling & simulation.
- Read the documentation to familiarize yourself with the online collaboration infrastructure:
To become a member, send an e-mail to Ahmet Erdemir, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your e-mail your name and surname, your SimTK username, and a brief description on why you are interested in this project and how you can contribute.
Check RecurringMeetings for a schedule of meetings and conference calls between developers and minutes of past meetings.
Check RecentChanges for recent wiki activity.
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