Scientific Biomechanical Team of the OrthoLoad Club


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Duda

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Bergmann

Philipp Damm

Ines Kutzner

Dr. rer. nat. Alwina Bender

Dipl.-Ing. Jörn Dymke
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Georg Duda
Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Georg Bergmann
Dr.-Ing.
Philipp Damm
Dr. rer. medic.
Ines Kutzner
Dr. rer. nat.
Alwina Bender
Dipl.-Ing.
Jörn Dymke
Director of the Julius Wolff Institute. He inspired the foundation of the Orthoload Club and promotes the in vivo load measurements. Started the in vivo measurements in 1979 and founded the OrthoLoad database. Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on in vivo measurements with instrumented hip implants. He is scientific head of the OrthoLoad project and the Orthoload Club. Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on in vivo measurements with instrumented knee implants Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on software developement. She is the adminstrator of the OrthoLoad database. Technical associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on hardware developement for the in vivo measurements. He supports also the in vivo measurements technically.

Dr. rer. medic. Adam Trepczynski

Dr.-Ing. Heide Boeth

PhD Sara Checa Esteban

Dipl.-Ing. Philippe Moewis

Prof. Dr. biol. hum. Hendrik Schmidt

Prof. Dr. med. Frank Witte
Dr. rer. medic.
Adam Trepczynski
Dr.-Ing.
Heide Boeth
PhD Sara
Checa Esteban
Dr.-Ing.
Philippe Moewis
Prof. Dr. biol. hum.
Hendrik Schmidt
Prof. Dr. med.
Frank Witte
Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on musculo-sceletal simulation. Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on movement analysis. Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on FEM simulation of bone growth. Research associate at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on knee kinematic. Professor for spine biomechanics at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on 3D reconstruction and geometrical modeling. Professor for bioactive implants at the Julius Wolff Institute with the focus on foreign body responce.