Kevin Mattheus Moerman

Biomechatronics
  • Research Scientist

Kevin  is a computational (bio)mechanics and computational design specialist. His research interests include soft tissue biomechanics, finite element analysis, continuum mechanics, image-based modeling, image-processing, medical device design, mechanobiology and morphogenesis. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master’s degree in Bioengineering and a PhD degree on the topic of soft tissue biomechanics (2012, Trinity College Dublin). Kevin joined the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group in 2015 as post-doctoral associate and became a Research Scientist in 2017 to lead the group's Computational Biomechanics research track. His current focus is on computational modeling for automated subject-specific prosthetic socket design. He also holds a visiting research fellow position at Trinity College Dublin collaborating on computational modeling of soft tissue mechanical behavior. Kevin has shared his work at international conferences and is often involved in the organization of special sessions and workshops. During his academic career he has amassed a wealth of computational tools for image-based mo… View full description

Kevin  is a computational (bio)mechanics and computational design specialist. His research interests include soft tissue biomechanics, finite element analysis, continuum mechanics, image-based modeling, image-processing, medical device design, mechanobiology and morphogenesis. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master’s degree in Bioengineering and a PhD degree on the topic of soft tissue biomechanics (2012, Trinity College Dublin). Kevin joined the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group in 2015 as post-doctoral associate and became a Research Scientist in 2017 to lead the group's Computational Biomechanics research track. His current focus is on computational modeling for automated subject-specific prosthetic socket design. He also holds a visiting research fellow position at Trinity College Dublin collaborating on computational modeling of soft tissue mechanical behavior. Kevin has shared his work at international conferences and is often involved in the organization of special sessions and workshops. During his academic career he has amassed a wealth of computational tools for image-based modeling and inverse finite element analysis, resulting in the creation of the GIBBON open-source software project.

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