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01-09-2006, 03:36 AM
THE SOUTHEAST BIOMECHANICS CONFERENCE 2006

Abstract Submission is now open for SEBC 2006 and will close February 15:
http://www.ap.gatech.edu/sebc/registration.shtml

It is our pleasure to announce the FIRST South East Biomechanics
Conference to be held MARCH 30-APRIL 1, 2006 at the Georgia Institute
of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. The major aims for this regional
ASB meeting are to provide a welcoming environment for students to
present and receive feedback on their research; and, to create an
informal scientific environment that encourages interaction between
students and faculty. Due to generous support by the American Society
of Biomechanics and the School of Applied Physiology at Georgia Tech
registration and the Friday night banquet is free to all attendees.

The theme is "COMPARATIVE BIOMECHANICS: BORELLI MEETS KROGH" which
will be highlighted with keynote addresses by Dr. Andrew Biewener
(Harvard University, ASB Past-president) and Dr. Robert Gregor
(Georgia Tech, ASB Past-president). However, abstracts from ALL areas
of biomechanics will be accepted and are encouraged. In addition to
student presentations, the meeting will include a student/faculty
banquet as well as tours of several biomechanics laboratories on the
Georgia Tech campus. Details can be found at the SEBC website:

http://www.ap.gatech.edu/SEBC.shtml

IMPORTANT DATES:
- Abstract Submission: February 15, 2006
- Meeting: March 30 (evening) - April 1 (morning), 2006

CURRENT LIST OF PARTICIPATING FACULTY:

Andy Biewener (Harvard Univ., Organismic & Evolutionary Biology)
Tom Burkholder (Georgia Tech, Applied Physiology)
Young-Hui Chang (Georgia Tech, Applied Physiology)
Glenn S. Fleisig (Amer. Sports Medicine Institute, Sports Biomechanics)
Mark Geil (Georgia State Univ., Kinesiology & Health)
Bob Gregor (Georgia Tech, Applied Physiology)
Chris Hovorka (Georgia Tech, Prosthetics & Orthotics)
Huub Maas (Georgia Tech, Applied Physiology)
Richard Nichols (Emory Univ., Physiology)
Boris Prilutsky (Georgia Tech, Applied Physiology)
Lena Ting (Emory Univ./Georgia Tech, Biomedical Engineering)

Please direct email inquiries to one of the conference organizers.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS:
- Young-Hui Chang, Ph.D. (yh.chang@ap.gatech.edu)
- Huub Maas, Ph.D. (huub.endemaas@ap.gatech.edu)

SPONSORS:
The conference is sponsored by the American Society of Biomechanics
and the School of Applied Physiology at Georgia Tech.

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Young-Hui Chang, Ph.D.
(FYI: it's pronounced "young-hee")
Assistant Professor
Comparative Neuromechanics Laboratory
School of Applied Physiology &
Biomedical Engineering Program

Mailing Address:
Young-Hui Chang
School of Applied Physiology
Georgia Institute of Technology
281 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0356
U.S.A.

404-894-9993 (office)
404-385-6489 (lab)
404-894-9982 (fax)

http://www.ap.gatech.edu/chang/CNLhome.html

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