Shuqiao's main area of expertise is computational biomechanics, medical device prototyping (software and hardware) and statistical shape model. He is working on a translation project to develop a smartphone-based navigation system for the positioning of an orthopaedic implant. He collaborated with orthopaedic surgeons, investors and entrepreneurs. This project has been supported by Wellcome Trust, EPSRC IAA, SET Squared ICURe, MedTech SuperConnector.
Before joining Imperial College London, Shuqiao received his PhD from The University of Edinburgh, UK under the supervision of Prof Pankaj Pankaj, Prof Hamish Simpson and Dr Robert Wallace, where he developed a new constitutive model for viscoelastic properties of trabecular bone and finite element algorithms.
Xie S, Wallace RJ, Pankaj P, 2020, Time-dependent behaviour of demineralised trabecular bone - Experimental investigation and development of a constitutive model, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, Vol:109, ISSN:1751-6161
et al., 2020, A finite element analysis of tibial tritanium cones without stems in varying bone defects, Knee, Vol:27, ISSN:0968-0160, Pages:656-666
Xie S, Manda K, Pankaj P, 2019, Effect of loading frequency on deformations at the bone-implant interface, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part H - Journal of Engineering in Medicine, Vol:233, ISSN:0954-4119, Pages:1219-1225
Pankaj P, Xie S, 2019, The risk of loosening of extramedullary fracture fixation devices, Injury - International Journal of the Care of the Injured, Vol:50, ISSN:0020-1383, Pages:S66-S72
Xie S, Manda K, Pankaj P, 2018, Time-dependent behaviour of bone accentuates loosening in the fixation of fractures using bone-screw systems., Bone Joint Res, Vol:7, ISSN:2046-3758, Pages:580-586
et al., 2018, From Tension to Compression: Asymmetric Mechanical Behaviour of Trabecular Bone's Organic Phase, Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Vol:46, ISSN:0090-6964, Pages:801-809
et al., 2016, Evaluating the macroscopic yield behaviour of trabecular bone using a nonlinear homogenisation approach, Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, Vol:61, ISSN:1751-6161, Pages:384-396