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02-14-2006, 04:03 AM
7TH INTL. SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
JUAN-LES-PINS, ANTIBES, COTE D'AZUR, FRANCE.
22 - 25 MARCH 2006

The programme, to date, has now been posted on the website www.cmbbe2006.cfac.uk. This consists of 29 plenary presentations from leaders in the field together with a series of mini-symposia which we hope will reflect the latest developments in computational biomechanics and how these are being applied in the health technology sector. Over 250 presentations will take place over 4 days and delegates and organizations interested in this area are cordially invited to attend. The oral sessions are now full however some spaces are still available for those wishing to present posters or wish to display software etc.

The list of Mini-Symposia and Chairs
* Dental/Maxillofacial biomechanics: S. Richmond/C. Bourauel
* Spinal Biomechanics: W. Skalli/R. Hall
* Orthopaedic Systems: S. Evans/R. Mootanah/G. Dibini
* Motion Analyses and Simulation: M. Pandy/C. Holt
* Bio Processors: P. Tomlins/C. Oomens
* Impact and Crash Analysis: B. Walker/M. Gilchrist
* Intergrating Imaging/Rapid Prototyping: P. Diamantopulos/D. Lacroix/P. Young
* Computer Assisted Surgery: M. Thiriet/Y. Payan
* Tissue Engineering: M. Viceconti
* Soft Tissue Simulation: M-C. Hobatho/Natali
* Biocomputation Fluids: P. Vedonck/T. Yamaguchi
* Models for Pressure Sores: Cees Oomens

Sponsorship and Prizes (see website).
The symposium is sponsored by commercial, research and publishing organizations including ARUP/LS-Dyna, Taylor & Francis, Societe Biomechanic, the Meditech Network, Materialis, Simpleware, FirtsNumerics etc. (substantial prizes are offered for best paper, best poster, best student paper and best impact paper).

The meeting will be held in the ****Ambassadeur Hotel, Juan Les Pins, Cote d'Azur, France and we look forward to welcoming you to what we hope will be the most technically stimulating and socially enjoyable symposium to date.

If you require any further details please refer to the website in the first instance and then email middletonj2@cf.ac.uk if you need any further assistance.

John Middleton
Nigel Shrive
Malcolm Jones

Prof. John Middleton
Director of Biomaterials/Biomechanics Research Centre
Wales College of Medicine
Cardiff Medicentre
Heath Park
Cardiff CF14 4UJ Wales, UK

Tel/Fax. +44 (0)29 20682161
Email: middletonj2@cardiff.ac.uk