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Xuguang Wang
10-31-2007, 12:19 AM
Dear all,

Forwarded is the annoncement of SAE Digital Human Modeling for Design
and Engineering Conference 2008.

SAE Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering Conference
June 17 -19, 2008
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The 11th annual Digital Human Modeling for Design & Engineering
Conference (DHMC) will held in June of 2008. The conference will be
administered by the SAE International with primary support coming from
SAE’s Human Modeling and G-13 Committee on Human Modeling Technology.
The conference will provide an international forum for the exchange of
new and significant technical information about the development and the
application of digital human models. In addition, the event will provide
an environment for critical discussion and sharing of information among
scientists, industry users and developers of digital human models.
Papers from international organizations are welcome and encouraged.

The Program Committee will accept abstracts through November 9, 2007.
Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

Research, Design and Application of Digital Human Models:
• Human Anatomy, Shape, Volume, Body Proportion, and Anthropometry
• Sensory Systems, Vision, Perception, Cognition, and Information Process
• Motion, Behavior, Action, and Performance
• Joint Structure, Muscle Strength, Kinematics, Physiology, and Biomechanics
• Prediction and Assessment of Posture and Comfort
• Physics Based, Finite Element, and Other Computational Modeling
• Human-Clothing, Equipment, Workplace, and Environment Interfaces
• Advanced Measuring Methods
• Success Stories and Reports of Experience in using Digital Human Models
• Verification and Validation of Digital Human Models
• Databases in Anthropometry, Performance, Motion, Impact, and Behavior
• Virtual Training, Medical, Entertainment, Sport, Crash Simulation
Applications
• Product Design, Testing and Manufacturing
• Human Models Systems Interfaces (GUI, VE, manual, tutorial)
• Human Body, Organ and Tissue Shape and Material Modeling
• Digital Human Modeling for Information Visualization
• Prediction and Assessment of Injuries (such as crash, fall, exertion,
blast, etc.)
• Pre and Post Processing Methods and Tools
• Shape Modeling, Mesh Generation and Bio- material modeling

Authors who wish to contribute a paper please submit an abstract of 150
to 400 words for consideration, with information including title,
authors, objectives, background, methods, results, conclusions, and
applications (Please see the format and example below.) On-line
submission is preferred. The conference organizers are interested in
expanding the conference topics; new application and topics are welcome.

Please submit abstracts on-line by November 9, 2007 via web page:
www.sae.org/dhmc.
Please go to the Digital Human Modeling web page for more information:
www.sae.org/dhmc

Contact:
John R. Miller Phone: (+1) 248/273-2464
755 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 1600 Fax: (+1) 248/273-2494
Troy, MI 48084 jrmiller@sae.org

Format for the DHM 2008 Abstracts
Prepare a one-paragraph abstract of 150 to 400 words, with information
including title, authors, objective, background, method, results,
conclusion, and application.

DHM 2008 Abstract
Format for the DHM 2008 Abstracts
Prepare a one-paragraph abstract of 150 to 400 words, with information
including title, authors, objective, background, method, results,
conclusion, and application.

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Xuguang Wang, PhD

Directeur de recherche/Senior researcher

LBMC - Laboratoire de Biomécanique et Mécanique des Chocs (UMR-T 9406 INRETS/UCBL)

INRETS - Institut National de Recherche sur les transports et leur Sécurite
UCBL - Université Claude-Bernard - Lyon1

25, avenue François Mitterrand
Case 24
F-69675 Bron
France

Email: xuguang.wang@inrets.fr
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