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02-06-2003, 03:07 AM
Call for papers

(Just a reminder.)


Progress in Motor Control IV. Motor Control and Learning over the Life Span

Université de Caen Basse-Normandie (France)

August 20-23, 2003

Progress in Motor Control - IV will include 16 invited presentations. All invited speakers have already confirmed their participation (see the list of invited speakers on the congress website).

In addition, there will be two poster sessions (2.30 hours each). Free oral communications will be selected from those submitted in response to the call for papers. These communications will take place within a symposium "Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Motor Control: The legacy of Nikolaï Bernstein and Jules-Henri Poincaré".

Furthermore, 2 panels will be organized on "Complexity and the dynamic of perception and action" and on " What does the nervous system actually memorize and reproduce during skill acquisition- kinematics, forces or something else ". The originality of these two panels lies in the fact that discussion would not be totally self-organized, but constrained by a set of questions (identical for each participant), given to the participants before the conference and available on the congress website

Dead line for abstract submission (Poster and Symposium) March 1st, 2003 (see abstract submission on the congress website)

We hope to keep registration fee as low as possible as we did for previous meeting (see accommodation on the congress website)

La remise de la Charte de fondation de l'université de Caen par le roi Henri VI d'angleterre

The University of Caen Basse-Normandie is a long-established university, and together this rich past and the top level research done here ensure high training standards. Caen University was founded in 1432 by King Henry VI of England and by 1438, already had five faculties . On July 7, 1944, the university was totally destroyed by aerial bombing. Reconstruction began in 1948, the new university was inaugurated on June 1 and 2, 1957. The mythical bird the Phoenix at the entrance to campus I symbolises this revival (see the logo).

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