Acknowledging excellence in Engineering on Anatomy™
Materialise is committed to make the world better and healthier through Engineering on Anatomy. We are proud that leading researchers from around the world use Materialise Mimics software to achieve the same goal. Since 2005, Materialise supports researchers and their cutting-edge work through the annually held Mimics Innovation Awards. With this competition, we recognize some of the industry’s most important and latest achievements.
An independent, international jury of experts thoroughly evaluates each submission and selects the most innovative cases based on the following criteria:
- originality of work
- social impact
- role of the Materialise Mimics software
Winners will receive monetary prizes to further their research, regardless of the discipline. Researchers within universities, hospitals, medical device companies and research centers who use Materialise Mimics software are encouraged to submit their paper.
Are you pushing the boundaries with Materialise Mimics? Submit your paper before June 6, 2016 to win up to € 5000.
There are three categories for the Mimics Innovation Awards:
If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us!
Testimonials from previous winners
|Ellen Roche is an MD/PhD student at Harvard University working on Cardiac repair and exploring myocardial mechanics to guide design of strategies for cardiac repair. She has previous experience as a Research and Development Engineer in the medical device industry.|
Dr. Heather Doyle completed her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the National University of Ireland, Galway (Ireland) in 2014. Her doctoral research focused on multiscale modeling of 3D-printed orthopedic scaffold materials and computational modeling to evaluate the mechanical stability of critical-sized tibial defects with implanted scaffolds.