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Krystyna Gielo-perczak
12-17-1993, 12:50 PM
It may be of interest for BIOMCH-L readers to attend the forthcoming 3rd
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON BIOFLUID MECHANICS

Blood Flow in Large Vessels

A SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM OF THE 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics

presented by
the Biotechnical Institute
Munich, Germany

July 16-19, 1994


The 3rd International Symposium will explore topics of interest to physicians,
bioengineers, mechanical and aerospace engineers, clinicians, biorheologists
and other investigators in areas such as blood flow, laser-Doppler anemometry,
ultrasound, fiber optics, biomaterials and numerical studies. In vivo and
in vitro, as well as numerical studies will be examined. Special emphasis will
be placed on state-of-the art technology and medical applications. Only new,
unpublished papers will be accepted.

Preliminary Program Topics
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Clinical Methods and Problems
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Atherosclerosis, localization of plaques, diagnostic techniques, heart valves
( tissue and artificial ), bypass surgery, vessel surgery, anastomosis
techniques, varicose veins.

In vivo measuring methods
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Utrasound, MRI, laser techniques.

Model experiments
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Ultrasound and MRI measurement in vitro, flow visualization, laser-Doppler
anemometry and other laser techniques, heart valves, coronary arteries,
arterial wall, collapsible tubes, endothelial response to shear stress cell/
cell interactions.

Rheological studies
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Cell-cell studies, shear stresses on white and red blood cells, blood-like
fluids.

Biomaterials
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Artificial grafts

Numerical studies
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Deadlines
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Abstract submission January 15, 1994
Paper submission May 1, 1994

Instructions for submission
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Please include the title of the paper, authors, affiliations, and address.
Please use WordPerfect 5.1 or WordPerfect 5.2 for Windows, or Word for Windows.
A 5.25 or 3.5 inch disk in MS-DOS format is required. Please label your disk
with your name, the software and hardware used.

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If you wish to be placed on the mailing list to receive Symposium
announcements and another instructions please write to:

Dr Dieter Liepsch
FB05
Fachhochschule Munchen
Lothstr. 34
80335 Munchen
GERMANY

tel. 0049-89-1265-1533
fax: 0049-89-1265-1502


/ Krystyna Gielo-Perczak, Co-moderator Biomch-L /