Assessing Credibility of Computational Modeling and Simulation Results through Verification and Validation: Application to Medical Devices

COURSE C: ASSESSING CREDIBILITY OF COMPUTATIONAL MODELING AND SIMULATION RESULTS THROUGH VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION: APPLICATION TO MEDICAL DEVICES

Program 4th September: 16:30-19:30

Content: The new ASME Standard V&V 40 — Assessing Credibility of Computational Modeling and Simulation Results through Verification and Validation: Application to Medical Devices is on track to be published in June 2018. Developed through close collaboration between device developers, regulatory agencies, and other device industry stakeholders, the V&V 40 standard provides modelers in the medical device industry with a framework for establishing model credibility requirements. This course will provide an overview of the standard and highlight the key tenets through a few medical device examples.

Potencial Speakers: The Officers of the ASME V&V40 Subcommittee: Tina Morrison from US FDA, Chair; Jeff Bischoff from Zimmer Biomet, Co-Chair, Marc Horner from ANSYS, Co-Chair.

Requirements: Attendants have to provide their own laptops.

This course is organised by ASME V&V40 Subcommittee.
More information to be confirmed soon.