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Prof. Hatze
12-26-2001, 11:53 PM
Dear Colleagues,

I have been entrusted with the organization of a high-level Mini
Symposium on SKELETAL MUSCLE BIOMECHANICS within the framework of the
12th International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, to
be held on the magnificent Greek island of Lemnos from 9 to 13 September
2002. The contents of the presentations will focus on "Muscle Models:
Fundamentals and Practical Applications".

Papers are solicited on fundamental and applied topics relating to all
aspects of modeling the function and structure of skeletal muscle.
Invited presentations and papers of a sufficiently high standard will be
published as a full journal paper in a special issue of a reputed
journal like "International Journal on Mechanics in Medicine and
Biology". Internationally renowned experts will talk on key issues.
PROFESSOR WALTER HERZOG has already agreed to contribute an invited
presentation.

If you are interested in participating in a memorable muscle symposium
of an exceptionally high standard and with the intention of contributing
to progress in skeletal muscle modeling, you should send an abstract
that complies with the format outlined below to Prof. T. K. Karalis at
, BEFORE 31 January 2002. Details about the
conference will soon be available on a website.

Herbert Hatze
Symposium Organizer


ABSTRACT FORMAT REQUIREMENTS as laid down by Prof. Karalis:


ABSTRACTS REQUIREMENTS FOR AUTHORS

The items listed below are the minimum requirements for the Abstracts.

You may use the following as a checklist before submitting your
Abstract.

Addresses: Please makes sure your manuscript has current, and complete
addresses for all authors and co-authors. If e-mail and fax numbers are
available, these are very helpful. Also, please keep us updated with
any address changes.

Abstract: The Abstract must be of 500 words, and the maximum length is
a 3A4. The Abstract must include: (I) Introduction and Objectives, (ii)
methods, and (iii) Results and Conclusions.

Keywords: A maximum of 5 keywords should be provided.

Figures & Graphs: The format for graphs, charts, and all other
illustrations is PostScript. We will try to work with any electronic
format that we receive.

References: If references are added they must be numbered sequentially
in the order of their appearance in the text.

Electronic Versions: You may be able to reduce the time necessary for
the typesetting process if you supply a digital version of your Abstract
by E-mail. Otherwise any version can be supplied on a 3.5 inch floppy
diskette (formatted to DOS), otherwise indicate the software used and a
formatted version on the diskette .

Copies: If you prefer the surface mail please submit 2 COPIES of your
Abstract



We appreciate your cooperation.

Prof. T.K.Karalis






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Prof. Dr. Herbert Hatze
Head, Department and Laboratory of Biomechanics, ISW,
University of Vienna

Auf der Schmelz 6 Tel: + 43 1 4277 48880
A-1150 WIEN Fax: + 43 1 4277 48889
AUSTRIA e-mail: herbert.hatze@univie.ac.at
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