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Reisestipendien 2019/2

favicon_transparent_BorderSehr geehrte Mitglieder der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Biomechanik,

ich möchte Sie daran erinnern, dass die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biomechanik im Herbst 2019 bis zu 5 weitere Reisestipendien bis zu jeweils 1000 EUR vergibt. Der Einsendeschluss für Bewerbungen in der Herbstrunde ist der 30.9.2019.Die Auszahlung erfolgt nach der Reise und Vorlage der Teilnahmebescheinigung.

Den Antrag auf Stipendium senden Sie bitte mit folgenden Informationen bis zum 31.9. per Email an mich:

Bei einer Kongressreise:

  • Angabe des Kongresses und Veranstaltungsort
  • Angemeldetes Abstract (vorzugsweise im PDF Format)
  • Annahmebestätigung
  • Geburtsdatum

Nahere Informationen sowie die Voraussetzungen entnehmen Sie bitte hier: Reisestipendien

Mit besten Grüßen,
Anne Mündermann

Newsletter der DGfB 2019/1

Archivierte Newsletter

DKOU 2019 – Berlin (22-25. 10.2019)

DKOU2019 – Deutscher Kongress für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie
22. – 25. Oktober 2019
Messe Berlin, Eingang Süd

Kongressseite

Programm

Human Perception of Verticality: Lateropulsion & Retropulsion in Neurological Disorders (10. Mai 2019)

Human Perception of Verticality: Lateropulsion & Retropulsion in Neurological Disorders

Webseite

16th CMBBE 2019 Abstractdeadline (15.02.2019)

CMMBE 2019: The 16th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
and 4th Conference on Imaging and Visualization

New York, USA
14-16 August 2019

Website

Newsletter der DGfB 2017/12

Archivierte Newsletter

GRC MS Biology and Bioengineering (05.-10.08.2018 )

Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Musculoskeletal Biology and Bioengineering
05.-10.08.2018 in Andover, NH, USA

Näheres finden Sie im angehängten Flyer

NCSRR/OpenSim Visiting Scholars Program

Apply for the NCSRR/OpenSim Visiting Scholars Program

Summer 2018 at the National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research, Stanford University

The National Center for Simulation in Rehabilitation Research (NCSRR) based at Stanford University is now accepting applications for the 2018 Visiting Scholars Program. The program is a unique experience that fosters expertise and collaborations in biomechanical simulations for rehabilitation research. Up to four individuals will be chosen to visit the NCSRR at Stanford University for a 5-week period during the summer of 2018, from mid-July to mid-August. Each visiting scholar will be reimbursed for their travel and living expenses up to $8,000. During their visits, awardees will receive training and mentoring to help them reach their research goals. They will have the opportunity to participate in formal meetings, discussions with OpenSim experts, and brainstorming sessions with their fellow visiting scholars to advance their research and the OpenSim project. The Visiting Scholars Program is intended for faculty members and postdoctoral fellows with exceptional skills in biomechanics, simulation, and computer science, who will advance the field of movement science through the development of new software, biomechanical models, and outstanding research. Applications are due on February 2, 2018 at 5:00pm local time of the applicant organization. Read more and learn how to apply.

Joy P. Ku, PhD

Project Manager, SimTK
Director of Communications & Training, NCSRR
Director of Communications & Engagement, Mobilize Center
Stanford University
(w)  650.736.8434, (f) 650.723.7461
Email:  joyku@stanford.edu

CMBBE 2018 – Lissabon (26-29.03.2018)

15th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics
and
Biomedical Engineering and the 3rd Conference on Imaging and Visualization

26-29 März 2018
Instituto Superior Técnico • LISBON • PORTUGAL