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03-02-2009, 09:26 PM
Dear Colleagues & ISBS Members

This is the second official call for papers for the XXVII International
Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference (ISBS 2009); closing date
for submission of papers will be April 1st 2009.

The XXVII International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference
will run from 17-21 August 2009 in Limerick, Ireland and is hosted by
the Biomechanics Research Unit and the University of Limerick.

ISBS 2009 is the first major biomechanics conference hosted in Ireland
and we hope biomechanists and exercise scientists from all over the
world will come and attend this exciting event. Papers will be accepted,
but not limited to, for the following areas:

- Applied instrumentation

- Aquatics

- Coaching Biomechanics

- Data Processing Techniques

- Field & land sports

- Golf

- Muscle modelling / function

- Sports Injury

- Strength & conditioning

- Training methodologies & equipment

- Winter sports

Two types of papers are accepted for review:

- Full Paper: up to 4 pages

- Short Paper (Work-in-Progress): 1-page paper

All papers are subject to review by the Scientific Committee of the
XXVII International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference.
Papers accepted will be published in the Scientific Proceedings of the
XXVII ISBS Conference 2009.

Full instructions for papers and posters including templates for correct
formatting are available on the conference website www.isbs2009.com.

Limerick City is the hub and capital of the Shannon Region and the 3rd
largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Its colourful and fascinating
history is evident everywhere and proudly maintained. Limerick is a
proud, progressive and thriving City with a charter older than that of
London; its castles, ancient walls and museums are testament to its
dramatic past. Limerick embraces its sporting nature; the spiritual
home to Munster Rugby, a very strong heritage in rowing, world renowned
golf courses, and an all embracing culture around sport makes it an
exciting place to hold ISBS 2009.

For more information on the scientific & social programmes, paper
submission, registration, and accommodation, please visit the Conference

website: www.isbs2009.com. For a virtual tour of the University campus,
including Cappavilla Conference accommodation visit

Should you have questions, please direct your enquiries to the following

General conference queries - info@isbs2009.com

Paper submission and scientific programme queries - science@isbs2009.com

Travel and regional vacation queries - travel@isbs2009.com

Accommodation queries - accom@isbs2009.com

We look forward to welcoming you to Limerick in August.


Dr Ross Anderson & Dr Drew Harrison

Chairs, XXVII International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference