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jmiddleton26
11-16-2003, 11:13 PM
*********FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS and POSTERS*********
****Abstract submission extended to 5 December****

6th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER
METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING

25 - 28 February, 2004 MADRID, SPAIN
at the HOTEL TRYP ATOCHA, MADRID, SPAIN


Co-ordinators: J. Middleton UK, N. Shrive Canada and M.L. Jones UK

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS - 5 DECEMBER 2003
ACCEPTANCE OF ABSTRACTS - 12 DECEMBER 2003
(One page abstract required)

FORMAT: Invited lectures from international experts will be
complemented by podium and poster presentations from symposium
participants. Also special sessions on invited topics will be
included. At present 160 free abstracts and 28 Plenary presentations
will make up the programme.

INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

S. SHIRAZI-ADL, L. BILSTON, ROBERTO CONTRO, JEAN-MARIE CROLET, TIM
DAVID, DENIS DOORLY, SAM EVANS, MARIE-CHRISTINE HOBATHO, SCOTT
HOLLISTER, RIK HUISKES, CHRIS JACOBS, IVARS KNETS, ARTURO NATALI ,
KARK PERKTOLD, R. MULLER, ANDREW MCCULLOCH, CEES OOMENS, D. PAMPLONA,
MARCUS PANDY, TERRY PETERS, RICCARDO PIETRABISSA, LALAO
RAKATOMANANAN, BRUCE SIMON, H. RODRIGUES, JOS VANDER SLOTEN, ROBERT
SPILKER, LUC SOLER, KINIMICHI SOMA, J. SUBKE, DAVID TAYLOR, MARK
TAYLOR, TOSHIO TSUTA, MARCO VICECONTI, JEFF WEISS.

SYMPOSIUM TOPICS INCLUDE ALL AREAS OF COMPUTATIONAL BIOMECHANICS
MODELLING AND SIMULATION

PAPERS WHICH INCLUDE NEW AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH ARE PARTICULARLY
WELCOME. ALSO RESEARCH CENTRES AND COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS AND
EXHIBITORS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE

THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED

700 for best innovation in computational mechanics
700 for best student presentation
700 for the best poster

SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONS

The following special interest sessions will be held and
contributions are welcome in these areas:

Modelling and response of materials, maxillofacial
repair/reconstruction in Dental Healthcare

Computer assisted surgical techniques

Simulation and modelling and interfacing in Rapid Prototyping and
Manufacturing

The cyber infrastructure: integrating computer modelling and
simulation within the clinical environment

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

Contributed papers will be selected on the basis of submitted
abstracts, which should be in English and are not to exceed 300 words
(one page). Abstracts are invited by 5 December authors will be
informed of acceptance by 12 December 03. Abstracts should be
submitted in MS Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) and emailed to
gartnera@cardiff.ac.uk

SEE: www.uwcm.ac.uk/biomadrid for full details of topics, location,
accommodation etc.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE PREVIOUS SYMPOSIUM.

The proceedings of the previous symposium, held in Rome 2001, which
contains 166 papers (approx 120 pages) is available on a fully
searchable CD.

For other queries please contact



John Middleton
Professor of Biomechanical Engineering
Biomechanics Research Unit
University of Wales College of Medicine
Cardiff Medicentre, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4UJ, UK
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)29 20682161
Email: middletonj2@cf.ac.uk

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