Razvan Udroiu

Transylvania University of BrașovRomania

Dr. Razvan Udroiu is an Associate Professor of Manufacturing Engineering Department at the Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania. He obtained a BSc diploma in Aerospace Engineering in 1995 and then an MSc diploma in Mechanical Engineering in 1996 at Transilvania University of Brasov. After receiving his Ph.D. from the Transilvania University of Brasov in 2003, he joined the Technological Engineering and Industrial Management faculty of the Transilvania University of Brasov. He has coordinated the Aerospace Engineering study programme since 2008. Within his research field, he coordinates the activity of the Industrial Innovative Technologies Laboratory from PLADETINO (Platform for Innovative Technological Development) since 2007. His main skills are related to the fields of Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, Additive manufacturing, Aircraft and Helicopter Engineering and Composite materials technologies. His research fields of interest include CAD/CAM, Rapid Prototyping/Rapid Tooling and Composite materials technologies.

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The aim of this book is to present the latest applications, trends, and developments of computer-aided technologies (CAx). Computer-aided technologies are the core of product lifecycle management (PLM) and human lifecycle management (HUM). This book has seven chapters, organized in two sections: "Computer-Aided Technologies in Engineering" and "Computer-Aided Technologies in Medicine." The first section treats the different aspects of PLM, including design, simulations and analysis, manufacturing, production planning, and quality assurance. In the second part of the book are presented CAx applications in medicine focused on clinical decision, diagnosis, and biosensor design. CAx plays a key role in a variety of engineering and medical applications, bringing a lot of benefits in product life cycle, extending and improving human life.

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