Linus Lundin

Doctoral student at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Vehicle Safety

Linus Lundin is a PhD student at the Injury Prevention group within the Division of Vehicle Safety. Linus’ research area is injury prediction using Finite Element Human Body Models. Human Body Models are primarily used to assess bodily injury in car crashes through computer simulations to evaluate the effect of safety systems in terms of lives saved/reduced harm. Linus’ research focuses on enhancing the current SAFER Human Body Model to also be able to predict the most important injuries sustained by motorcycle riders.
​MTM021 - Statics and solid mechanics​
Head Injury Risks and Countermeasures for a Bicyclist Impacted by a Passenger Vehicle (http://www.ircobi.org/wordpress/downloads/irc20/pdf-files/41.pdf) Lacking Pub-ID since it is not written in cooperation with Chalmers.

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