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11-02-2008, 12:13 AM
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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that Abstract submission for Progress in
Motor Control is now open!

The 7th edition of Progress in Motor Control will be held in Marseille
(FRANCE) from July 23-25, 2009. This conference is organized under the
auspices of the International Society of Motor Control with the goal to
promote basic and applied research in the field of movement control in
biological and artificial systems.

The topics that we propose in this edition include, but are not limited to:

-Sensori-motor control
-Motor Learning
-Coordination in complex movements
-Tool use
-Postural control
-Anticipatory and predictive behaviors
-Cortical control of movement
-Brain Imagery
-Pathology (parkinson, stroke)
-Self-organization in movement

Abstract submission will close April 15th, 2009

List of speakers:

Eckart Altenmuller (Institute of Music Physiology, GERMANY)
Carlo Avizzano (University of Pisa, ITALY)
Peter Beek (Free University, NETHERLAND)
Marcos Duarte (University of Sao Paulo, BRAZIL)
Randy Flanagan (Queens University, CANADA)
Nicolas Franceschini (Mediterranean University, FRANCE)
Till Frank (University of Connecticut, USA)
Scott Frey (University of Oregon, USA)
Nicholas Hatsopoulos (University of Chicago, USA)
Walter Herzog (University of Calgary, CANADA)
Auke Ijspeert (Federal Polytechnic School, SWITZERLAND)
Hiroshi Imamizu (National Institute of Communications Technology, JAPAN)
Viktor Jirsa (Mediterranean University, FRANCE)
Scott Kelso (Florida Atlantic University, USA)
Mark Latash (Penn State University, USA)
Alexa Riehle (Mediterranean University, FRANCE)
John Rothwell (University College London, GB)
Reza Shadmehr (John Hopkins University, USA)
Angela Sirigu (University Claude Bernard, FRANCE)
Stephan Swinnen (Catholic University, BELGIUM)
Lena Ting (Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Michael Turvey (University of Connecticut, USA)
David Vaillancourt (University of Illinois, USA)

Organizing Committee:
Frédéric Danion (Chair)
Lionel Bringoux
Thomas Brochier
Viktor Jirsa
Julien Lagarde
Nicole Malfait

For more information about Progress in Motor Control please visit our
website: http://www.pmc2009.fr

We look forward to meeting you next summer in France!