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Drew Smith (university Of Brighton)
08-16-2002, 09:33 AM
Dear Readers,

Please note the following notice of a symposium. Please contact the authors
directly, ie do not reply to this message.

Drew Smith, PhD
Co-Moderator, Biomch-L

-----Original Message-----
From: Reza Shadmehr
Sent: 8/14/02 1:40 PM
Subject: Call for abstracts: Advances in Computational Motor Control

Would you kindly forward this note to the readers of this group?

Dear colleagues:

Emo Todorov and I are writing to invite you to a symposium at the
for Neuroscience conference this year at Orlando. It's titled "Advances
Computational Motor Control" and it takes place on Saturday, Nov. 2,
9:00 AM
to 5:30 PM at the convention center in Orlando. The purpose of the
is to highlight computational modeling and theories in motor control.
is an opportunity to meet and hear from some of the bright minds in the

SFN has agreed to sponsor the meeting and provide us with facilities. I
expect that the cost of attending the meeting will be negligible.

The focus of the meeting is very much on submitted abstracts. The
will be reviewed by a panel and ranked. The top 12 or so abstracts will
selected for oral presentation. We want to encourage oral presentation
students who have had a major role in the work described in the

We have set up a web site to facilitate submission of abstracts:


The deadline for abstract submission is September 20. Abstracts should
no more than one page in length, and may include figures.

The board of reviewers include:

Larry Snyder, Peter Strick, Tim Ebner, Eilon Vaadia, Martha Flanders
Ketchen Zhang, Camillo Padoa-Schioppa, Paul Cisek, Hagai Bergman, John
Kalaska, Andy Barto, Jim Ashe, Yoky Matsuoka, David Ostry, Steve
Mitsuo Kawato, Daniel Wolpert, Roberto Caminiti, Andy Mitz, and Pietro

with our best wishes,

Reza Shadmehr and Emo Todorov

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