This workshop is part of the workshop series organized by the GAMMA society.
More details are available on the GAMMA website.
Hans Kainz, University of Vienna
Jana Holder, University of Salzburg
Date and place
3rd and 4th of November 2023
University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten, Camps-Platz 1, A-3100 St. Pölten
OpenSim is an open source software system for biomechanical modeling, simulation and analysis. We will introduce OpenSim and demonstrate how musculoskeletal modeling can be used to address sport-related research questions. We will provide several hands-on examples to get familar with the OpenSim.
All participants will have access to computers equipped with OpenSim and Notepad++. OpenSim model files and setup files are written in xml mark down format. Notepad++ is a free text editor that makes it easier to view and edit these xml files. During the workshop we will use Notepad++ to examine OpenSim files.
Preparation for the workshop
We encourage all participant to complete the ‘Tutorial 1 – Intro to Musculoskeletal Modeling’ prior to the seminar. https://simtk-confluence.stanford.edu:8443/display/OpenSim/Tutorial+1+-+Intro+to+Musculoskeletal+Modeling
- Seminar overview
- Introduction to OpenSim (+hands-on)
- Kinematic analysis of a squat movement (+hands-on)
- Muscle forces during squat movements (+hands-on)
- Outlook and final discussion