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Christian Puttlitz, PhD

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Primary College

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Innovator Bio

Dr. Puttlitz and his team have global interests in how engineering mechanics can be applied towards solving orthopaedic-related problems. These interests typically include both experimental and computational modeling in order to better understand the underlying tissue-level mechanics and related mechanobiology. Current areas of investigation in his lab include non-linear viscoelastic modeling of soft tissues, technology development for prediction of fracture healing outcomes, and additive manufacturing for scaffold and regenerative medicine application.

Innovator Patents

US20210131785A1: Method and system for measuring deflections of structural member at multiple locations using multiple antennae.

US10674954B2WO2019191725A8US20210033507A1: Loading device for measuring stiffness of structural member over time, monitoring system, and method thereof.

US10892558B1: Method and system for measuring deflections of structural member at multiple locations and antenna thereof.

US10641664B2WO2018195437A1EP3612810A4: Displacement and deformation monitoring method and system without using any strain sensor, and components thereof.

US9636149B2: Pedicle Screw Assembly and Dynamic Spinal Stabilization Devices Incorporating the Pedicle Screw Assembly.

US8945185B2US9603633B2US9226779B2WO2012106013A1WO2012106014A1: Interspinous spacer devices for dynamic stabilization of degraded spinal segments.

ES2557496T3WO2010028077A1: Microelectromechanical system sensor used in the biological field (BIOMEMS) and related devices and procedures.

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