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jmiddleton26
08-08-2007, 10:07 PM
PROCEEDINGS OF 7TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, ANTIBES, FRANCE 2006

The proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of CMBBE, held in France is 2006 is now available in CD format, ISBN: 0-9549670-2-X. The CD contains over 175 (1200 pages) papers, including invited plenary presentations and is fully searchable. It provides the most up to date and comprehensive review of computational biomechanics and medical simulation techniques as well as giving a wealth of information and cross referencing that will be directly applicable to those interested in applying computational modelling and simulation in the field of biomechanics, life sciences and the clinical arena.
The papers forming the proceedings are subdivided into the following themes:
1. Orthopaedic Systems
2. Motion Analyses and Simulation
3. Dental/Facial Biomechanics
4. Spinal Biomechanics
5. Bio Processors
6. Impact and Crash Analysis
7. Integrating Imaging and Rapid Prototyping
8. Computer Assisted Surgery
9. Tissue Engineering
10. Soft Tissue Simulation
11. Biocomputation Fluid Dynamics
12. Models for Pressure Sores

The above CD is available (ISBN 0-9549670-2-X): Cost 50 or 35 sterling including postage.

PREVIOUS PROCEEDINGS:
The CD of the 6th Symposium held in Madrid (ISBN: 0-9549670-0-3) and the 5th Symposium held in Rome. (ISBN: 1 903847095) are also available: Cost 22 or 15 sterling including postage if ordered at the same time.

To order please contact: John Middleton email: middletonj2@cf.ac.uk.

Please note that the 8TH INTL. SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, PORTO, PORTUGAL, 27TH FEBRUARY TO 1ST MARCH 2008, will be held in the Sheraton Hotel (5*), Porto, and we are very pleased to invite you to participate in this meeting. This symposium is supported by Cardiff, Stanford and Calgary Universities and is sponsored by ARUP www.arup.com , Taylor and Francis www.tandf.com and Meditech www.meditech.cf.ac.uk who are also
offering significant prizes to presenters and research students. We would be pleased to receive abstracts as soon as possible for consideration within the programme.


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