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Chadwick, E.k.j.
05-22-2000, 06:20 PM
> *************************CALL FOR PAPERS*************************
>
> 3rd Meeting of the International Shoulder Group
>
> 4 - 5 September 2000, Newcastle, United Kingdom
>
> Overview
>
> The conference aims at the stimulation of interaction in the area of upper
> extremity research, and especially the shoulder joint. Papers in the
> fields
> of ergonomics, rehabilitation, orthopaedics, neurology and sports are
> invited
> from people involved in fundamental and applied research as well as
> clinical
> practice. Due to the small scale of the conference, the interaction
> between
> delegates is expected to be quite informal. All attendees are invited to
> bring
> samples of their recent publications to share with other participants.
>
> Abstracts
>
> Abstracts of one side of A4 should be submitted to the name and address
> given below by Monday, 3 July 2000. Each speaker will be allotted 20
> minutes,
> 15 minutes presentation time and 5 minutes question time. Authors will be
> asked to submit a four page paper at the time of the conference to be
> included
> in the book of conference proceedings. Authors will be notified of
> acceptance of
> abstracts by 19 July 2000. Abstracts may be sent in either paper or
> electronic
> format. (Word, RTF, or PDF preferred.)
>
> Registration
>
> The cost of early registration is 85 (approx. EUR139) for ISB members and
> 90
> (approx. EUR147) for non-members, to be paid by 7 August 2000. After this
> date
> the cost of registration will be approx. 10% higher. The cost of
> registration includes
> lunches, tea/coffee, dinner on the Monday evening and the cost of
> production of
> the book of proceedings.
>
> Programme
>
> The conference will begin at 10-00 on Monday September 4, and will finish
> at
> 16-00 on Tuesday 5 September. On the Monday evening there will be a
> dinner/
> reception.
>
>
> A Second Call will be sent in mid-June with details of how to register and
> a list
> of suitable accommodation in the Newcastle area.
>
>
> On behalf of the Shoulder Group,
>
> Ed Chadwick.
>
>
> ___________________________________
> E.K.J. Chadwick PhD
> Man-machine Systems and Control Group
> Department of Mechanical Engineering
> Delft University of Technology
> Mekelweg 2
> 2628 CD Delft
> The Netherlands
> Tel: +31 15 278 7891 (work)
> Tel: +31 70 365 6668 (home)
> Tel: +31 6 28 82 98 38 (mobile)
> Fax: +31 15 278 4717
> mailto:E.K.J.Chadwick@wbmt.tudelft.nl
> http://www.wbmt.tudelft.nl/mms/staff/chadwick/main.htm
>
>
>

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