ISMG research activities span across several disciplines in theoretical and applied science, more specifically in:

  • Non-linear mechanics analysis of solids and (bio)structures
  • In silico Multiphysics and Multiscale models
  • Finite Element Methods; Agent-based Modelling; Boundary Element Methods; Isogeometric Analysis Methods; Meshless Methods
  • Mathematical Biology; Mathematical Modelling; Image Modelling & Analysis; Patient-specific biomechanical modelling
  • High-performance computing (HPC): parallel programming through CPU-/GPU-based procedures; object-oriented programming

SMG, in collaboration with external partners and members, is developing mathematical and computational (in silico) models. The two major projects that are under continuous development are:

You can also visit our YouTube channel ( for more simulation demos and animations.