HEAD Lab News
06 Nov 2020 - Join Siamak for our upcoming webinar!
Webinar on the modelling, optimisation and application of additively manufactured energy absorbing structures
BBC World Service comes to HEAD Lab
BBC radio programme featuring our computational biomechanics modelling for prediction and prevention of traumatic brain injury in sport.
Claire presents her PhD research at Frontiers in TBI
Claire presented her epidemiology study on brain injury caused by road traffic collisions on Great Britain's roads.
Fady publishes on 3D-printed rubber characterisation
Fady published in Additive Manufacturing on 3D-printed, highly stretchable viscoelastic rubber characterisation for variable strain rate applications.
Gus presents at the Sports Concussion Symposium (UK)
Gus presents his investigation into head injury in elite active rugby players using imaging and psychometric measurements.
HEAD Lab at IRCOBI, Florence
In September 2019, Mazdak, Cheng, Fady, Harry, Claire and Siamak attended the IRCOBI Conference held in Florence.
HEAD Lab's distinguished lecture at UCD
Mazdak visited Prof Gilchrist's group at University College Dublin where he gave a well-received talk about predicting and preventing TBI.
Helen wins the Poster Prize at Frontiers in TBI
Helen Lai collects an award for her Masters project research into head injury for ice hockey players.
Paper Published Evaluating Blast TBI Modelling
Xiancheng and Mazdak publish 'An assessment of blast modelling techniques for injury biomechanics research' on 13th September 2019.
New paper on lattice helmet structures
Siamak's collaborative research on lattice helmet liners to better dissipate impact energy and reduce TBI with the University of Padova (JBiomech).