Leading Team | Researchers | Project Partners
OncoEng has formed an international network of eight academic, industrial and clinical collaborators from Europe, USA and Australia (OncoEng+ Network) with a focus on novel modelling, imaging, advanced materials and innovative medical devices to overcome the challenges of predicting fracture and producing a new implant.
Airbus is a leader in designing, manufacturing and delivering aerospace products, services and solutions to customers on a worldwide scale. As a proven leader in the global aerospace sector, Airbus designs, produces and delivers innovative solutions with the aim to create a better-connected, safer and more prosperous world.
ETH Zurich is a public research university in the city of Zürich with a rich expertise in medical device development with previous collaborations with the University of Leeds through the Nu-Spine and BioTrib programme grants which both focussed on advanced biotribology and biomechanics research to develop new paradigms in joint replacements.
Lulea University of Technology
Lulea University of Technology is a public research university in Norrbotten, Sweden. It is a project partner with OncoEng through involvement with BioTrib, an international collaboration funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, with focus on improved design and testing to reduce incidence of implant failure, faults, and other orthopedic complications.
Since 2002 Photocentric have been at the cutting edge of innovation in Photopolymers, manufacturing a wide variety of materials that harden in light. They are patent holders in visible light curing technologies, and over the last 20 years have supported (and innovated) a broad range of applications. Whilst many have followed, they remain at the forefront of innovation, delivering a new vision of manufacturing free from the constraints of tooling.
Simulation Solutions are first and foremost a Simulation company. Which have over 25 years’ experience in the field of Simulation and are the only UK specialist Siemens business partner to provide sales, training, support and consulting for the Siemens Tecnomatix Digital Manufacturing suite of software tools. ALso providing significant experience in the Medical Devices industry having worked closely with Prosim since the late 1990s.
TOffeeAM Ltd is a partner of Imperial College London developing an Intelligent Multiphysics Generative Design for Advanced Manufacturing. Top aerospaces companies rely on TOffeeAM to push their design to the limit. The cloud-based platform is capable of generating complex and efficient shapes that optimize your components’ performance in a completely automated procedure.
The University of Florida is a project partner based in the USA as part of the wider OncoEng+ Network which forms part of an international network of academic, industrial and clinical collaborators with a focus on novel modelling, imaging, advanced materials and innovative medical devices to overcome the challenges of predicting fracture and producing a new implant.
Uppsala University is involved with OncoEng through activities with BioTrib, Nu-Spine and through the Additive Manufacturing Competence Centre. Offering extensive expertise and resources specialised in biomedical engineering research and development and create the scientific foundation for innovation in the performance of medical devices.