Jobin is a Researcher at the Division of Vehicle Safety and the Director for Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences. His research focuses on developing computational biomechanics models of the human body, primarily for injury analysis. He is part of the VIVA+ developer team, the open-source human body model lineup for injury assessment in transport safety. His interests also include the use of machine learning for developing fast prediction surrogates for expensive simulations and uncertainty quantification of computational models.
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Finite Element Human Body Models to study Sex-differences in Whiplash Injury: Validation of VIVA+ passive response in rear-impact
Hello, world! VIVA+: A human body model lineup to evaluate sex-differences in crash protection
Development of a 50th Percentile Female Femur Model
Introduction of the VIVA+ Vulnerable Road User Models
VIRTUAL - a European approach to foster the uptake of virtual testing in vehicle safety assessment
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Virtual Crash Testing - Tools and methods for vehicle occupant safety
Open Access Virtual Testing Protocols for Enhanced Road User Safety (VIRTUAL)