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07-03-2005, 04:34 PM
Dear Friends:

This is graduation season. Most of you are busy with student's final project.
Due to quite amount of request for extension of paper submission deadline, the secretary of APB2005 has extend the deadline to July 31, 2005.
We hope you can share your most updated research to our colleague.

Secretary of APB2005
Jaw-Lin Wang, Ph.D.
National Taiwan University


APB2005 - The Second Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics
Taipei, Taiwan, 2005 11/23, 24, 25

Call for paper: deadline July 31 2005

*** The program is now available at http://www.apb2005.org.tw/***

Dear colleague,

You are cordially invited to submit your papers of research and work to APB2005, The Second Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics that will take place at Taipei, Taiwan, from November 23 to November 25, 2005. For details and submission information, please visit the conference Web-site: http://www.apb2005.org.tw/

The scientific program includes the following invited talks:

1. Masao Tanaka, Osaka University, Japan

2. Takami Yamaguchi MD PhD
Tohoku University, Grad. Sch. Eng.
Topics: Computational Modeling and Mechanical Analysis of the Cardiovascular System for Clinical Application

3. Arthur F.T. Mak, Ph.D.
Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Engineering & Head, Jockey Club Rehabilitation Engineering Centre, B.Sc. (Illinois), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Northwestern)

4. James Guo, Ph.D. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, National University of Singapore
Topics: Biomechanical aspects of ligament and tendon tissue engineering

5. Edmund YS Chao, Ph.D.
Topics: 1. How to determine muscle and joint loading under activities? Using VIMS (Virtual Interactive Musculoskeletal System) technology. 2. How to seek for research funding and grant proposal preparation.

6. Fong-Chin Su, Ph.D. National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Topics: Biomechanics of Wrist and Hand

7. Cheng-Kung Chen, Ph.D. National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan
Topics: Biomechanical Analysis of Posterior Stablized Total Knee Prosthesis

Special Symposium on "Biomechanics at micro- and nanoscale levels"
organizer, Dr. Hiroshi Wada.

1. Cell mechanics: organizer, Dr. Kazuo Tanishita
2. Cell response to mechanical stimulation: organizer, Dr. Masaaki Sato
3. Tissue engineering: organizer, Dr. Takashi Ushida
4. Computational biomechanics: organizer, Dr. Takami Yamaguchi

Special Symposium on "Rehabilitation and Sports Biomechanics"
Organizer: Tzyy-Yuang Shiang

Speaker 1. Tung-Wu Lu
Speaker 2. Shun-Hwa Wei

There will be oral sessions and poster presentations addressing the
following topics:

Biofluid Dynamics
Bioheat/Mass Transfer
Biomaterials & Medical Devices
Bone Structure/Remodeling
Cardiovascular Biomechanics
Cell Mechanics/Engineering
Clinical Biomechanics
Dental Biomechanics
Gait & Locomotion
Hearing Mechanics
Human Movement
Injury Biomechanics
Joint Mechanics
Medical Vision and Optometry
Microelectromechanical Systems
Modeling Techniques
Molecular Biomechanics
Muscle Mechanics
Neuromuscular Mechanics
Oculomotor Mechanics
Respiratory Biomechanics
Spine Biomechanics
Sports Biomechanics
Tissue Mechanics/Engineering

Yours sincerely,

Secretary General, APB2005

Jaw-Lin Wang, Ph.D., Associate Professor
#1, Section 1, Jen-Ai Road
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Collage of Engineering & Collage of Medicine
National Taiwan University
Taipei, 100, Taiwan, ROC

Phone: 886-2-3366-5269
Mobile: 886-922-782-216
Fax: 886-2-2368-7573
E-mail: jlwang@ntu.edu.tw