SimInSitu Consortium

The consortium comprises various academic institutions, clinical partners, small-medium enterprises providing industrial computational services, and a medtech start-up company.  

The diverse composition guarantees a well-balanced working environment, where important stakeholder from the life-science community can voice their opinion and contribute directly in achieving the objective of this project

Capvidia is a leading international software solution provider for the manufacturing and engineering design. CAPVIDIA employs over 80 highly skilled scientists, programmers and engineers located in offices in Belgium, USA, Germany, and Russia

4RealSim Services is a private small-medium enterprise company founded in 2014 by two former ABAQUS/Dassault Systèmes employees and offers advanced Computational Analysis Services

ISMETT is an institute for scientific-based care and research (IRCCS) in the fields of end-stage organ failure treatment and research. A transplant center of excellence and a reference hospital for the entire Mediterranean area

Founded in 1425, KU Leuven has been a centre of learning and research for almost six centuries. KU Leuven is Europe’s most innovative university (according to Reuters World Ranking) and ranks among the top ten European universities

Leartiker is a private Technological Centre focused on Polymer Technology located in the North of Spain. Leartiker belongs to the Basque Innovation systems and to Mondragon Group

ARMINES is a private non-profit research and technological organisation, funded in 1967, having common research centers with the Saint-Etienne to collaborate on an arms lengths basis and perform research contractual activities and academic research training

The quality of the education and training at TUG is carried by the strength of its knowledgeoriented and applied research.
TU Graz has an undergraduate and graduate program in Biomedical Engineering, which has found enormous appeal among students, with around 200 students starting every year . 

The University of Palermo (UniPA) is the largest academic institution in Southern Italy, with high incoming students from Mediterranean countries. The Department of Engineering at UniPA accounts for >200 professors, researchers and administrative persons from all engineering disciplines

Xeltis, a young start-up company, is developing a whole family of promising cardiovascular products based on their in-situ core-technology – the Endogenous Tissue Restoration (ETR).
Xeltis has conducted the world-first clinical studies with a biorestorative heart valve designed to enable ETR