Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Chou Siaw Meng is currently in the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. He received his Bachelor and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK. His research interests include biomechanics and buckling of cold-formed thin-walled structures. He teaches "Mechanics of Materials" and "Biomechanics" to the undergraduate and M.Sc. (Biomedical Engineering) students. He has been involved in the training and organisation of Orthopaedic Biomechanics Course in conjunction with the Orthopaedic Advance Surgical Training Syllabus in Singapore since 1999.
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Assoc Prof Chou Siaw Meng
Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Assoc Prof Chou Siaw Meng's research interests include biomechanics and buckling of cold-formed thin-walled structures. His current research work includes biomechanics of the hand, bone, tendon, shoulder, spine, knee as well as design of medical devices (surgical instruments, implants, etc.).
 
  • Design and Development of a Wedge-based Cervical Traction Device
 
  • K.S. Fok and S.M. Chou. (2009). Development of a finger biomechanical model and its considerations. Journal of Biomechanics, 43(4), 701-713.

  • Q.H. Zhang, S.H. Tan and S.M. Chou. (2006). Effects of Bone Materials on the Screw Pullout Strength in Human Spine. Medical Engineering & Physics, 28, 795-801.

  • B.H. Ng, Chou S.M., V Krishna. (2005). The influence of gripping techniques on the tensile properties of tendons. Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Proceedings. Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine, 219(5), 349-354.

  • B.H. Ng, S.M. Chou, B.H. Lim, A. Chong. (2005). The changes in the tensile properties of tendons after freeze storage in saline solution. Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Proceedings. Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine, 219(6), 387-392.

  • D.T.T. Lie, N. Gloria, A.A. Amis, B.P.H. Lee, S.J. Yeo, S.M. Chou. (2005). Patellar resection during total knee arthroplasty: effect on bone strain and fracture risk. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 13, 203-208.