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Gielo-Perczak
03-28-2007, 12:40 AM
The attached message was sent to Biomch-L Co-moderators.

Krystyna Gielo-Perczak, Biomch-L Co-moderator
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Dear Colleagues,

V MOTOR CONTROL CONFERENCE MCC2007 entitled
FROM BASIC MOTOR CONTROL TO FUNCTION RECOVERY

is to be organized 30 September - 03 October 2007 Sofia, BULGARIA
Supported by SIAMOC (Societa' Italiana di Analisi del Movimento in Clinica)

The Motor Control Conference (MCC) in Bulgaria is a
traditional event inviting the participation and interest of leading
scientists and clinicians in the field of Motor Control. During the
MCC2007 Conference various aspects of the control of Posture and
Movement, from basic mechanisms to the clinical aspects of the
recovery of motor function, are planned to be discussed.

The 3-days MCC2007 Conference will be organized into different
Lectures and Sessions. Leading scientists and clinicians from
different areas will organize a sessions and give lectures. A
discussion will be organized to each session and lecture. There will
be poster sessions, one on each conference day, allowing participants
to present their own work and engage in informal interactions.
Abstract submissions for poster presentations are invited from
participants at all levels.

The V MOTOR CONTROL CONFERENCE MCC2007 is
Dedicated to Jacques PAILLARD

Important Dates:

We will appreciate to receive TITTLE of your presentation together
with short ABSTRACT one page and indicating your preference for ORAL
or POSTER presentation to be submitted via email on or before May 31 th,
2007:

HOW TO SUBMIT

GUIDELINES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

All abstracts must be submitted by email. This electronic version of
the abstract will be used to be included on MCC2007 Conference WWW
site. Please carefully read the instructions before writing your
abstract. Any abstracts not meeting the given instructions will be
returned to the authors for correction.

Guidelines

-The deadline for the submission of abstracts is May 31th, 2007
-All abstracts need to be submitted in English.
-The whole abstract must fit in one page.
-Times New Roman font size 10 should be used.
-The abstract title should be in UPPERCASE, and fit within two lines,
clearly defining the content of the abstract. Please do not use
abbreviations in the title.
-Type the authors first and family name followed by the co-authors first and
family name.
-Please state the name of the institution or organization of the presenting
author.
Leave one blank line after the author(s) and institution/ organization.

-The body of the abstract should be typed using single line spacing, using
the structured subheadings in UPPERCASE as follows: AIMS; METHODS; RESULTS,
and CONCLUSIONS.
- Check the spelling and grammar carefully. Direct reproduction from your
electronically submitted abstract text means that any errors in spelling,
grammar or scientific data will be
reproduced as submitted.
- Use generic names. Commercial drug names may not be used.
- Please keep a copy of all submitted materials.
- Please email your completed Abstract to
with a copy to mailto:
mcc_conference@yahoo.fr
- If you have not received confirmation of abstract submission by e-mail
within 5 working days of your submission, please contact to check receipt of
your abstract.
- Authors will receive an email indicating the status of their abstract,
either accepted for oral or poster presentation
-The presenting author of selected abstracts commits himself/herself to
attend the conference and present the abstract in the session at the time
decided by the organizing committee. A
co-author can take over if necessary.

MCC2007 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM:
Confirmed Invited Speakers:

MCC2007 OPENING LECTURE: Alain BERTHOZ and Halim HICHEUR
LAWS OF LOCOMOTOR TRAJECTORY FORMATION

SESSIONS and LECTURES to be hold during MCC2007

Ian LORAM
PASSIVE MECHANISMS IN UPRIGHT POSTURAL BALANCE

Mark HALLETT (SESSION) Volker DIETZ and Bastiaan R. BLOEM
SPINAL AND CORTICAL MECHANISMS OF LOCOMOTION

Francesco BENVENUTTI
MAINTAINING FUNCTION IN PERSONS WITH CHRONIC DISABILITIES

Kamiar AMINIAN (SESSION) Rolf MOE-NILSSEN and Ani IONESCU
MEASUREMENT OF VARIABILITY IN MOTOR FUNCTION

Gabriel GAUTHIER
LEARNING TO WALK ON SLIPERY SURFACE

Alexander ARUIN
ON STROKE REHABILITATION

Carlo FRIGO
MUSCULOSCELETAL MODELING ORIENTED TO MOTOR CONTROL INVESTIGATION

Please Note
The BOOKS containing the Papers presented at MCC1999, MCC2001,
MCC2003 and MCC2005 MOTOR CONTROL CONFERENCES are available on request
If you are interested you can order them.

Looking forward welcoming you at the next V Motor Control Conference
MCC2007 in Sofia, BULGARIA!

On behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committee


Nikolai Gantchev