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Abstract and Early Bird Deadline
I am excited by the number of good quality papers that have already been submitted.
Nevertheless, due to the continuous requests for an extension, especially related to the significantly increased field of conference topics, the abstract submission deadline has been extended to
February 12, 2017.
Do not miss this opportunity and send your paper via this link.
Short facts at a glance
Conference: 17th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery
Date: June 14–17, 2017
Venue: Eurogress Aachen (Germany)
Early bird deadline: March 31, 2017
Save up to 23% by registering now!
Pre-conference educational workshops:
June 14, 2017 (further information)
Plenary key note speakers (further information):
Reinhart Poprawe, PhD
Laser Technology meets CAOS – Focus on the Human
RWTH Aachen University
Michael Skipper Andersen, PhD
Prediction of Subject-Specific Musculoskeletal Biomechanics
Wolfgang Fitz, MD
Rational and Clinical Results of Patient Specific Knee Implants
Harvard Medical School
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Aachen for CAOS2017!
Klaus Radermacher, PhD
President CAOS International 2017
Workshop am Institute of Orthopaedic Research and Biomechanics, Ulm: Basic Biomechanics and Experimental Methods for Joint Research
The aim of this workshop is to train clinicians, who are especially interested in joint research. It will allow the participants to gain knowledge in planning and conducting biomechanical experiments by a balanced mixture of 6 lectures and 8 laboratories. The number of participants is limited to 20 in order to guarantee a maximum efficiency for the single attendee.
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apl. Prof. Dr. Lutz Dürselen
Group head joint biomechanics
Phone: +49 731 500-55333
Fax: +49 731 500-55302
Sekretariat Prof. Wilke
Vertretung Abteilungs-sekretariatTel.: +49 731 500-55317
Fax: +49 731 500-55302
From June 14th to 18th the 35th International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports will be held in Cologne, Germany. We will meet on the campus of the German Sport University of Cologne to follow a world-class program with excellent keynote speakers and interesting up-to-date topics in five applied sessions. More than 300 oral and poster presentations will complete the scientific program (more information: www.isbs2017.org). Student incentives such as the mentoring program, a special student night as well as an attractive social program will allow for extensive scientific exchange and socialising.
Register before April 17th and take advantage of the early bird registration fee.
Many thanks to about 25 exhibitors and sponsors, which support the conference significantly. Special thanks to the Gold Sponsors of the ISBS-2017 Qualisys and Motion Analysis, and to the Silver Sponsors of the ISBS-2017 Vicon Motion Systems, Kistler Instruments and Currex.
I would like to encourage all biomechanists and everybody who is interested in sports and sport biomechanics to join us at the German Sport University and make ISBS 2017 unforgettable. Visit us and experience Cologne’s unique character built up in more than 2000 years of history.
Einführung in die angewandte Elektromyographie
4. Mai 2017 8:30 Uhr – 16:30 Uhr, Institut für Biomechanik, BG Unfallklinik Murnau
Der Workshop ist an interessierte Sportwissenschaftler, Physiotherapeuten und Mediziner gerichtet, die Grundkenntnisse in der diagnostischen Elektromyographie erlangen möchten.
Gesellschaft für die Analyse Menschlicher Motorik und ihre klinische Anwendung (GAMMA)
24. und 25. Februar 2017
Orthopädische Universitätsklinik Friedrichsheim gGmbH, Frankfurt am Main
Unsere Kollegen in den USA werden 2017 bereits um zweiten Mal einen National Day of Biomechanics veranstalten und laden alle internationalen Kollegen/Innen ein, bei Interesse daran teilzunehmen.
Dear Friends and Colleagues in The American Society of Biomechanics and Biomechanists worldwide,
The Organizing Committee of National Biomechanics Day is thrilled to announce the second annual National Biomechanics Day on April 6, 2017. As many of you know, NBD 2016 was a smashing success thanks to your enthusiastic participation. We had over 2,000 high school students and teachers in our labs enjoying our nation-wide, synchronized celebration of Biomechanics. As we like to say, NBD 2016 was the single greatest day in biomechanics: more people smiled in more biomechanics labs than ever before. We smiled, our guests, and Biomechanics smiled (not sure what that means but we hope you are smiling). For those new to NBD, please see our 2016 NBD events and our new website:
We have set the stage for an even more fantastic NBD 2017. We invite each and every ASB member to participate in this national event by hosting local high school students and teachers in your labs for Biomechanics demonstrations that will excite and amaze your guests. We hope to participate in numbers that will astonish even ourselves. We had 175 registrants (you) last year from 35 states. Let’s have 500 registrants this year from 50 states. Even bigger however, NBD IS GOING INTERNATIONAL in 2017. We already have groups in New Zealand and Australia organizing their NBD events, we are sponsored by the International Society of Biomechanics and other world-wide organizations, and we will actively recruit biomechanists around the world. All countries can have National Biomechanics Day. We can all make Biomechanics the Breakthrough Science of the 21stCentury. Let’s do it.
We also remind everyone of our long term goal which is to bring Biomechanics education into high school curricula around the nation and the world. We expect to one day provide all high school students the opportunity to select biomechanics courses as part of their regular curriculum and to do so as readily as selecting math or history or chemistry courses. We have this long term goal because we think Biomechanics can truly enhance people’s lives and more Biomechanics can enhance them even more. Our short term goal is to provide unified and synchronized Biomechanics experiences to as many young people, their teachers and parents as we can.
National Biomechanics Day is fun, it is science, it is both STEM and STEAM, and it is LIT. We are working towards a bigger and better NBD in 2017 but we need the participation of the entire Society, everyone from undergraduate students to post-docs to first year assistant professors to well-seasoned, 40 year-in professors and scientists. With all sincerity, we humbly request that each and every ASB member participate in NBD 2017. Please step up. NBD is fun and our theme this year is, Science Meets Fun on National Biomechanics Day.
Today we are requesting your participation in National Biomechanics Day through which you will engage in great biomechanics activities with students and teachers from your local schools. Our group will work with you to develop a program for the event and we will all marvel at our worldwide celebration of Biomechanics.
To register for NBD 2017 please click NBD Registration.
Please note: While most NBDs will occur on April 6, some cannot due to a variety of scheduling issues. Please participate in NBD even if you have to do it the next day, week, or even several weeks later. All contributions are important.
The NBD 2017 Organizing Committee is: Jill McNitt-Gray, Janet Dufek, Karl Zelik, Rami Hamzey, Scott Breloff, Cannon Vick, & Paul DeVita
Thank you so much and with fond regards,
Paul DeVita, Ph.D.
Professor and Director, Biomechanics Laboratory and LeRoy T. Walker Distinguished Professor
Department of Kinesiology, East Carolina University and Past-President, American Society of Biomechanics
332 Ward Sports Medicine Building
College of Health and Human Performance
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
phone: 252 – 737 – 4563
32. Jahreskongress der Gesellschaft für Orthopädisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin (GOTS)
22. – 24. Juni 2017
ISTA 29th Annual Congress
October 5-8, 2016
Westin Copley Place in Boston
CMMBE 2016: Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
Tel Aviv, Israel
20 – 22 September 2016