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Billi Research Group
Engineering devices and technologies to diagnose, monitor, and treat musculoskeletal diseases
Orthopaedic Biology, Digital Health, Musculoskeletal Research, Wearable Technologies, 3D Printing, Smart and Functional Materials, and Smart Textiles. Particle Analysis, Bone on-a-chip, Wearable Technologies, Sensor Fusion
Biomaterials, Biomechanics and Tribology
The goal of research in the Tribology, Biomechanics and Biomaterials Laboratory is to develop more durable bearing surfaces to extend their useful lifespan in patients and develop new materials and surface treatments for orthopaedic implants. The laboratory is also fully equipped to test and evaluate new third parties implants and materials.
Studies based in the Tribology Laboratory include:
Evaluation of existing or prototype materials/devices for orthopaedic implants.
Development of new, improved materials & devices.
Evaluation of novel and explanted implants.
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