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Norman Murphy Karo
05-22-1994, 10:46 PM
THIRD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON 3-D ANALYSIS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT

July 5th to 8th, 1994, Stockholm, SWEDEN

The International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement is a
scientific and technical forum for investigators of human motion, whether
their work is applied to the study of musculo-skeletal disability or
disease, sport and elite performances, or basic studies of
biomechanics.By generating further communication and contact between
investigators in diverse areas, this meeting encourages discussions to
cross boundaries between scientific disciplines and specialties. The
symposium will be directed at sharing information and results relating to
philosophies for solving problems of measurement and analysis, rather
than only delivering recent research study findings.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
The conference is spanned over three days. There will be keynote speakers
from the fields of computer vision, virtual reality and applied
biomechanics in addition to oral presentations. A Hyde Park Speakers'
Corner is also planned.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Machine vision: Dr Armin Gruen, ETH Zurich
Virtual reality: Dr Georges Singer, Montreal
Applied biomechanics: Dr Irfan Essa, Boston

Hyde Park Speaker's corner:
The gait lab: Where do we stand, where do we need to go and what's the use?

TECHNICAL PROGRAM
As a complement to the scientific program, manufacturers of data capture
systems will be given time during the meeting to inform the participants
about their products. THERE WILL BE NO EXHIBITS.

SOCIAL PROGRAM
Tuesday, July 5: Welcoming reception at the Hasselbacken Conference
Center near the Skansen outdoor museum and the Wasa museum
Wednesday, July 6: Smorgasbord at the Stallmastargarden restaurant
Thursday, July 7: Banquet at the Wasa Museum

TRAVEL INFORMATION
>From Arlanda International Airport, we suggest a fixed price taxi which
at the present is about USD 32 to the Hasselbacken Conference Center.
Remember to confirm the price with the driver. In early July the weather
is usually fair, although rain is not unusual. Otherwise, humidity is
normally low. The temperature ranges fom a low of approximately 10 C
(night temperature) to a high of approximately 25 C (occasionally).

MEETING REGISTRATION FEE
The fee for the Third International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human
Movement is USD 390.00 prior to May 31st 1994 and USD 450.00
afterwards.The registration fee includes meeting material and all
scientific activities plus welcoming reception, Wednesday night dinner
and banquet (Thursday). Checks, money orders or bank drafts in USD (no
credit cards) are to be made payable to the International Symposium on
3-D Analysis of Human Movement and mailed to Dr Arne Lundberg.

ACCOMMODATION FEES
At the Hasselbacken Conference Center, the rooms are: for single
occupancy SEK 580 (about USD 80) and for double occupancy SEK 780 (about
USD 100). A block of rooms has been reserved for the symposium. Room
reservations should be made on the enclosed form, and payment made
directly to the Hasselbacken Conference Center.

CANCELLATION POLICY
All cancellations received by June 1st 1994, will be assessed a USD 75.00
non-refundable charge. After this date there will be NO REFUNDS.

LANGUAGE
The official language of the Symposium is English. Simultaneous
translationwill not be available.

DEADLINE
Early bird registration (390 USD) May 31st, 1994

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Arne LUNDBERG SWEDEN
Norman MURPHY CANADA/SWEDEN
Anna JOSEPHSON SWEDEN
Mats FALK SWEDEN

Scientific committee
Arne LUNDBERG SWEDEN
Jean-Pierre VERRIEST FRANCE
Dwight MEGLAN UNITED STATES
Hakan LANSHAMMAR SWEDEN
Jacques deGUISE CANADA
Irene McCLAY UNITED STATES

FURTHER INFORMATION
Dr. Arne LUNDBERG, MD, Ph.D.
Department of Orthopeadics
Karolinska Institute
Huddinge University Hospital
S-141 86 SWEDEN
Tel +46-8-7462420
Fax +46-8-6497177
e-mail Arne.Lundberg@OKH.KI.SE


Preliminary program for the Third International Symposium on 3-D Analysis
of Human Movement

Tuesday, July 5

18.00 Reception at Hasselbacken Conference Center


Wednesday, July 6

09.00 Opening of meeting Paul Allard, Montreal, Canada

09.15 Opening remarks Arne Lundberg, Stockholm, Sweden

09.30 -15.40 Approaching the limits (and limitations). Methodological
developments in 3-D motion assessment.

09.30 Keynote: Georges Singer, Montreal:Virtual reality and kinematic
assessment.

10.30 Coffee

10.50 Camera calibration with a single marker.
Sabel JC.
Delft, the Netherlands.

11.10 Calibration of a stereo system by a small control object.
Borghese NA, Ferrigno G, Santambrogio GC.
Milano, Italy.

11.30 Selection and validation of skin array technical references based
on optimal rigid model estimation.
Capello A, Leardini A, Catani F, la Palombara PF.
Bologna, Italy

11.50 In vivo non-invasive 3-D knee kinematic measurement and animation
system: Accuracy evaluation.
Sati M, de Guise JA, Drouin G.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

12.10 Discussion

12.30 -13.45 Lunch

13.45 3-D kinematic analysis using panning video systems.
Pigos G, Baltzopoulos V.
Liverpool, UK

14.05 Accuracy estimation of kinematic data derived from bone anchored
external markers. Karlsson D, Lundberg A.
Jonkoping and Stockholm, Sweden.

14.25 A potential energy function for resolving kinematic redundancy:
Application to human arm movements.
Fouilloux JP, Gutierrez R, San Marcelino R, Dimnet J
Villeurbanne, France

14.45 Coffee

15.05 Development of a 3-D motion analysis program.
Lindbeck L
Stockholm, Sweden.

15.25 Discussion

15.40 Technical program: Peak Performance Technologies Inc, USA

16.00 - 17.00 Hyde Park Speaker's corner: The Gait Lab. Chair: Irene
McClay, Wilmington, Delaware, USA.

18.00 Smorgasbord at Stallmastargarden.


Thursday, July 7

09.00- 12.30 Gait analysis.

09.00 Keynote: Irfan Essa, Boston, Masachusetts, USA. Non-invasive
high-accuracy motion analysis.

10.00 Coffee

10.20 Experience with a matched pair of marker sets for static and
dynamic photogrammetry in gait analysis.
Baumann JU, Meier-Hofmann G, Sheffer D.
Basel, Switzerland and Akron, Ohio, USA.

10.40 3-D gait analysis model: A new approach.
Genoud P.
Geneve, Switzerland.

11.00 Errors and practical tests for 3-D gait analysis system setups with
videometry and forceplates.
Kollmitzer J
Vienna, Austria.

11.20 Discussion

11.35 A stereoscopic restitution environment for 3-D analysis of gait.
Boulic R, Balmer D, Huang Z, Thalmann D.
Lausanne, Switzerland.

11.55 Measurements of lumbar lordosis while performing clinical gait
analysis.
Whittle MW, Levine DF.
Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA.

12.15 Discussion

12.30 Lunch

14.00-17.00 Kinematics of specific joints

14.00 Determination of the robotic mechanism analogous to the human elbow
joint based on video system data.
Gutierrez R, San Marcelino R,Herzberg G, Dimnet J
Villeurbanne, France

14.20 Kinematic studies of the knee joint: Application to a patient
wearing an artificial leg.
Cheze L, Roy C, Dimnet J.
Villeurbanne, France

14.40 In vivo measurement of the shoulder rhythm using external fixation
markers.
Karlsson D, Lundberg A.
Jonkoping and Stockholm, Sweden.

15.00 Discussion

15.15 Coffee

15.35 Technical program: Qualisys, Sweden

15.55 A case control 3-D analysis of wrist motion in rheumatoid arthritis.
Pichora DR, Small CF, Bryant JT, Dwosh IL, Griffiths P.
Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

16.15 Inverse Kinematics of 3-D human arm pointing movements.
Wang XG, Rezgui MA, Verriest JP.
Bron, France.

16.35 Discussion

18.00 Banquet at Wasa Museum


Friday, July 8

09.00-13.00 Specialized 3-D kinematic applications

09.00 Herman Woltring Memorial Lecture: Machine vision today. Armin
Gruen, Zurich, Switzerland.

10.00 Coffee

10.20 The use of stereophotogrammetry in the study of postural
adaptations to standing VDT work.
Van Geems BA, Whistance RS, Adams LP, Bridger RS.
Cape Town, South Africa.

10.40 Trajectory formation and hitting movements.
Defina R, Risso L, Sanguineti V, Spada G, Morasso P.
Genova, Italy.

11.00 A stereophotogrammetric approach for the study of total body
kinematics of human tremor.
Benedetti MG, Liguori R, Leardini A, Catani F, Cappello A, Zanna A,
Paniccia M, Giannini S.
Bologna, Italy.

11.20 Discussion

11.40 Technical program: Motion Analysis Corporation, USA.

12.00 Intraoperative measurement of correction of three-dimensional
deformity in scoliosis using the CD instrumentation.
Xue-Cheng, Fabry G, Van Audekercke, Molenaers G, Moens P.
Leuven, Belgium.

12.20 Estimation of deformation energy in flexible keel foot prosthesis.
Allard P, Trudeau F, Aissaoui, Dansereau J.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

12.40 A computer package for the shoulder model.
Makhsous M, Peterson B.
Goteborg, Sweden.

13.00 Discussion

13.15 Closing remarks Arne Lundberg (Sweden) and Jean-Pierre Verriest
(France)


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