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Kyrin Jo Yushan Liong

Assistant Professor (Biomedical and clinical sciences; Engineering; Education; Health sciences; Psychology)

Singapore

Kyrin Liong is a faculty member at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) in the Engineering Cluster. She currently holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering program. Dr. Liong received her training in Mechanical Engineering and obtained her Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore. Prior to joining SIT, she was involved in research on water body purification in a multi-disciplinary team. Her research interests include Computer-aided Design, Vibrational Analysis, Computational Biomechanics, and Image Processing. Her work aims to develop novel techniques and tools to improve the performance and reliability of mechanical systems, be they in a biological or industrial context. In addition to her research, Dr. Liong is also actively involved in teaching and mentoring students. She is committed to promoting STEM education and research in Singapore, and has supervised numerous undergraduate students.

Publications

  • Assessing Surgical Outcomes via Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis in Cleft Rhinoplasty
  • Finite element simulation of intra-carpal tunnel pressure: the effects of individual finger flexion and histological changes
  • Predominant patterns of median nerve displacement and deformation during individual finger motion in early carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Carpal Tunnel Biomechanics – Displacement And Associated Intra-Carpal Tunnel Pressure Studies During Finger Flexion
  • Preliminary Deformational Studies on a Finite Element Model of the Nasal Septum Reveals Key Areas for Septal Realignment and Reconstruction
  • Mid-motion deformation of median nerve during finger flexion: a new insight into the dynamic etiology of carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Dynamic movement of the median nerve and its relation to carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Functional compartmental space: the missing link in the pathogenesis of carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Biomechanics of the Deformity of Septal L-Struts
  • Deformation of Nasal Septum During Nasal Trauma
  • Preliminary Deformational Studies on a Finite Element Model of the Nasal Septum Reveals Key Areas for Septal Realignment and Reconstruction
  • The Surgical Knot Conundrum – A Preliminary Experimental & Computational Study on Surgical Knot Integrity
  • Investigation of Two Double Throws and Three Single Throws Square Surgical Knots – A Preliminary Experimental & Computational Study on Knot Integrity
  • Mixed Reality Interface for Load Application in Finite Element Analysis
  • Designing with Holograms – A Preliminary Study On Improving Design Visualisation Through Holographic Display
  • Strategies for effective interdisciplinary collaboration: A Singapore-based study on designing inclusive classrooms for children with special needs.
  • The Pennington's modification of the Kessler repair: Unexpected observations through 3-D modelling.
  • A Finite Element Analysis of Fracture Obliquity on the Stability of Tension Band Wir-ing in the Treatment of Olecranon Fractures
  • Deformation of nasal septum during nasal trauma
  • Carpal tunnel biomechanics – displacement and associated intra-carpal tunnel pressure studies during finger flexion
  • Mixed Reality for Mechanical Design and Assembly Planning
  • Mixed Reality for Engineering Design Review Using Finite Element Analysis
  • Mixed Reality for Mechanical Design and Assembly Planning
  • Functional compartmental space: The missing link in the pathogenesis of carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Mid-motion deformation of median nerve during finger flexion: a new insight into the dynamic aetiology of carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Biomechanics of the deformity of septal L-struts

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