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05-26-2005, 02:17 AM
HOTEL ACCOMMODATION for the IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation

With little more than a month to go we urge ICORR 2005 attendees to make
sure they have registered for ICORR 2005
and to make that their accommodations are taken care of

ICORR 2005 is taking place immediately prior to the 4th July Weekend, which
in the USA is a national holiday - a lot of families include the 4th of
July weekend in their vacation plans. Consequently Hotel space in Chicago
at this time is at a premium and is going fast.

We also wish to remind potential attendees that ICORR 2005 has also been
approved for Continuing Education Credits for Physical Therapists,
Occupational Therapists and for Medical Doctors Please refer to the website
for more details.

We encourage potential attendees to register. Students, disabled
investigators, women, minorities and users of these technologies are
particularly encouraged to participate..

Being a IEEE sponsored conference accepted paper will be indexed in the IEEE
explore database.

June 28-July 1, 2005: ICORR Conference.

ICORR 2005 is an international conference for those individuals interested
in the application of robotic technology to the field of Rehabilitation. A
tentative program and schedule can be found on the Conference Website.

WEBSITE: Please check < http://www.smpp.northwestern.edu/ICORR2005/ >
frequently as the information below is subject to change.


Each day of this three-day conference will begin with a plenary address.
Keynote speakers (alphabetical order) will be
Paolo Dario, Pisa, Italy
John Hollerbach, Salt Lake City, Utah
Andrew Schwartz, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Themes include:
Assistive Robotics,
Therapeutic Robotics,
Human-machine interface for rehabilitation,
Biorobotics and Biomimetics,
Robotics in prosthetics and exoskeletal orthotics,
Hardware & control developments for rehabilitation,
Evaluation Methods and Clinical Experience,
Basic Science and Sensory/Motor Control Learning

The program consists of a various number of mini-symposia with oral
presentations and poster sessions. Participants are invited to submit papers
for peer review on the subjects of interest. Instructions will be sent with
the second announcement and will be available soon at the official website.

The language of the Congress is English.


ICORR 2005 is hosted by the Sensory Motor Performance Program of the
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Northwestern University.


ICORR 2005 will take place in the heart of Chicago's luxurious Magnificent
Mile district on the shores of Lake Michigan. The timing of ICORR should
allow participants to travel directly from RESNA, in Atlanta - June 23-27,
2005, and stay after to enjoy the long Independence Day weekend.

Congress activities will take place in the Conference Center in the Feinberg
Pavilion of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, in the heart of downtown

Blocks of rooms have been reserved at the Wyndham Chicago, Radisson Hotel
and Best Western Hotel. The Wyndham Chicago and Radisson Hotel are across
the street from the conference center. The Best Western Hotel is located two
blocks from the conference center.

The congress will also offer a various social programs (welcome reception,
luncheons, and an exceptional gala dinner).


Following the tradition set by previous ICORR meetings, the Organizing
Committee does its best to secure funds for conference grants. Such grants
may be used to reduce registration fees.


Mary Ellen Devitt, ICORR 2005 Conference Secretariat
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
345 East Superior, Room 1406
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Ph: +1 (312) 238-2910 (ICORR Secretariat)
Fx: +1 (312) 238-2208
E-mail: medevitt@rehabchicago.org
URL: http://www.smpp.northwestern.edu/ICORR2005/

Richard F. ff. Weir, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
VA Chicago Health Care System

Research Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Biomedical Engineering Department
Northwestern University McCormick School of Engineering & Applied Science

Biomedical Engineer
Northwestern University
Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center &
Prosthetic Research Laboratory
345 E. Superior, RM1441
Chicago, Illinois 60611

TEL: +1 (312) 238-6512
TEL: +1 (312) 238-6500 Office
FAX: +1 (312) 238-6510
E-mail: rweir@northwestern.edu
URL: http://pubweb.northwestern.edu/~rfw586