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H.hatze (vienna/austria)
09-22-1993, 01:43 AM
Dear BIOMCH-L subscribers,

S u b j e c t: Individual EC-research training fellowships in

Owing to certain delays, the procedure regarding the selection
of EC-research fellows by our laboratory will probably be
finalized next spring. However, the possibility exists already
now of applying for individual research training fellowships.
The conditions are outlined below.

Post-doctoral researchers in the field of biomechanics with some
research experience, who are citizens of a EC-country may
apply for an individual bursary to participate in projects
carried out at the Biomechanics laboratory of the University of
Vienna, Austria, under the leadership of Prof. Hatze. Eligible
persons interested in such a position are kindly invited to
submit a curriculum vitae and a list of publications to the
e-mail address (contact person Dr. A. Baca) given below.

Successful applicants will work on an interdisciplinary research
project entitled "Modelling and simulation of myomorphometric,
myodynamic, and myocybernetic properties of human skeletal
muscle with the view of applications in orthopaedics,
rehabilitation, and sport biomechanics".

The duration of the applicants' fellowships will be one to two

For successful applicants the bursaries will be granted by the
Commission of the European Communities under the Human Capital
and Mobility Program. The appropriate application forms are
to be completed by the prospective research fellows, our
laboratory as the host organization, and the home organization
(if applicable), and returned in a single package to the
Commission of the European Communities (deadline November 15,
1993). The decision of the commission will be made known by
March 1994.

Our e-mail address is: A6251DAA@AWIUNI11.EDVZ.UNIVIE.AC.AT
Our Telefax number is: 0043-1-9822661-131

Best wishes

A. Baca