Dr. med. Simon Weidert is working as a consultant for the Trauma Orthopedics Department at the Klinik für Allgemeine, Unfall-und Wiederherstellungschirurgie der LMU München in München, Germany.
He is head of the research group ‘Computer Aided Surgery and Simulation’ (CASS), which collaborates with TU Munich's Chair for Computer-Aided Surgery and Augmented Reality to develop and evaluate technology that will improve the quality of future surgical treatments.
He is the co-founder of Mecuris GmbH, a company that creates 3D-printed orthotics and prosthetics that are custom-made and have a unique and individual look. Mr. Weidert also co-founded M3i GmbH, a company that provides a platform for the European and German MedTech industry that helps make the development of new products more efficient.
Within his field of interest, he has a particular interest in 3D printing applications; for instance in his center, the use of 3D models for the use of pelvic fractures has already become the standard.