Jobin John

Post doc at Vehicle Safety

Jobin’s research focusses on developing computational models of the human body, primarily for injury biomechanics applications. Jobin’s PhD thesis focused on the influence of cervical spine morphological variations on its responses to different types of loading. He is currently involved in the development of open source finite element models of vehicle occupants and road users. These models will be used to develop virtual injury assessment tools, which find wide range of applications including injury analysis and faster development of safer vehicle systems.

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Introduction of the VIVA+ Vulnerable Road User Models

Corina Klug, Johan Iraeus, Jobin John et al
Other conference contribution

VIRTUAL - a European approach to foster the uptake of virtual testing in vehicle safety assessment

Astrid Linder, Ragnhild J. Davidse, Johan Iraeus et al
Proceedings of 8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020
Paper in proceeding

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Open Access Virtual Testing Protocols for Enhanced Road User Safety (VIRTUAL)

Mats Svensson Vehicle Safety
Robert Thomson Vehicle Safety
Astrid Linder Vehicle Safety
I Putu Alit Putra Vehicle Safety
Johan Iraeus Vehicle Safety
Jobin John Injury Prevention
European Commission (EC)

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