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11-13-2007, 01:54 AM
REMINDER AND FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: DEADLINE 16TH NOVEMBER 2007

8th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER
METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING
www.cmbbe2008.cf.ac.uk

27 February 1 March
Sheraton Hotel and Spa, Porto, Portugal
Special rates available for symposium participants at
www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/biomechanics

Coordinators:
John Middleton, Sam Evans, Cathy Holt (Cardiff University, UK)
Christopher Jacobs (Stanford University, USA)
Nigel Shrive (Calgary University, Canada)

Sponsorship and Prizes:ARUP, Taylor & Francis, Meditech

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS - 16th November 2007
ACCEPTANCE OF ABSTRACTS 5th December 2007

Suggested Topics:
* Orthopaedics Systems, Implants and Medical Devices, Pre-Clinical
Assessment Techniques.
* Modelling Cellular and Molecular Mechanics and Bioreactor Control,
Correlation of Experimental/Theoretical/Biological and Histological
Results and Identification Procedures
* Motion Analyses, Kinesiology, Musculoskeletal Systems and
Performance/Sports Biomechanics
* Dental Biomechanics, Implants, Craniofacial Reconstruction,
Orthodontics, Masticatory Function and Simulation of Clinical Trials
* Joint/Spine/Knee Biomechanics, Interveretebral Disc Models,
Biomaterials, Muscle-ligament interaction and rehabilitation
* Joint Biomechanics, Role of Ligaments and Muscles, Spine Biomechanics,
Knee Biomechanics, Muscle-Ligament Interaction and Rehabilitation
* Efficient Techniques for Building Subject Specific Models
* Impact, Crash Analysis, Forensics and Injury Biomechanics
* Imaging, Visualization and Simulation of Near Real-Time Reconstruction
in 3-D, Computer Assisted Surgery, Robotics, Virtual Reality, Diagnostics,
Surgical Planning of Organs.
* Computational Models for Tissue Engineering, Mechanobiology,
Cytoskeletal Systems, Scaffold Architecture. Functional Adaptation and
Biomimetics
* Theoretical Biomechanics, Soft Tissue Modelling and Constitutive Laws
for Biological Structures including skin, ligaments, tendons, muscles and
organs
* Growth, Remodelling and Multiphysics for Physiological Systems
* Biofluids and fluid/structure interaction, CFD models for cardiovascular,
respiratory and artificial organs, vascular haemodynamics, drug
release/biomembranes, particle image velocimetry validation
* Simulation and Dynamics of Wound Healing
* Multi-level and hierarchical systems, mesoscopic/nanoscopic and
atomistic simulation and validation/identification of tissue structures

SPONSORED PRIZES
The Taylor & Francis prize for
"Innovative Contribution to Theoretical Biomechanics/Biomedical Engineering" ( 700)

The ARUP prizes for
"Innovative Contribution to Applied Biomechanics/Biomedical
Engineering" ( 700)
"Best poster presentation" ( 350)

The Meditech prizes for "Best student presentation"
First prize: 500
Second prize: 200
Third prize: 100

All presented research, both oral and posters will be considered for these prizes. The prizes are offered in Euros and will be announced and presented at the symposium banquet.

INVITED SPEAKERS
The symposium will include 30 invited plenary lectures, by leading researchers from throughout the world. A list of confirmed invited speakers can be found on the website www.cmbbe2008.cf.ac.uk.

MINI-SYMPOSIUM
The following Mini-Symposia have been accepted to date and you are invited to participate or provide abstracts on these topics:
* Bio processors: Design and Application
* Bio fluids
* Body Impact and Crash Analysis
* Computer Assisted Surgery and Planning
* Dental Biomechanics
* Facial Imaging in Clinical Dentistry
* Integrating Imaging in CAD/CAE/RP
* Motion and Data Capture
* Models for Pressure Sores
* Spinal Biomechanics

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
If you wish to submit an abstract/s to the meeting please go to
www.cmbbe2008.cf.ac.uk and click on abstract submission on the home page. If you have any other queries please contact Rumana Faruque on or John Middleton middletonj2@cf.ac.uk

We very much look forward to meeting you in Porto.


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