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mayorga77
06-20-2010, 04:20 PM
Dear Biomch-L subscriber

This a kind reminder on the approaching deadline for the submission
of Extended Abstracts or Full-length Papers to the ICABB-2010,
Venice, Italy, October 14-16, 2010:
http://www.icabb-iss.org

Please take notice that both:
Extended Abstracts; OR, Full-length Papers;
can be submitted on line by June 28, 2010.

Looking forward to your submission(s) soon.

Cordially,

Dr. Rene V. Mayorga
General Chair
ICABB-2010



Call for Papers
1st International Conference on
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
ICABB-2010

Venice, Italy
October 14 - 16, 2010
http://www.icabb-iss.org


TECHNICAL SPONSORSHIP / ENDORSEMENT
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS)
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS)
International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)


IMPORTANT DATES
Extended Abstracts submission deadline: June 28, 2010
Full-length Papers submission deadline: June 28, 2010
Papers acceptance notification: August 31, 2010
Final manuscripts in camera-ready format: September 17, 2010


PAPERS SUBMISSION

Extended Abstracts or Full-length Papers can be submitted on-line.

For submission instructions please visit the above ICABB-2010 Web site.

Notice that all submissions will be peer reviewed. A selection of accepted
Regular Papers and Short Papers will be considered for publication in
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/11762322.asp

All the accepted submissions would appear in the ICABB-2010 Proceedings
in double column format (including tables/figures) as follows:
Full-length Papers: Regular Paper --> 6 to 8 pages.
Full-length Papers: Short Paper --> 4 to 5 pages.
Extended Abstract: Short Paper --> 3 to 5 pages.
Extended Abstract: Poster Paper --> up to 2 pages max
(in addition to the wall Poster presentation).

Full Papers and Extended Abstracts accepted as Regular Papers or Short Papers
both will be allocated the same length of time for the oral presentations in
the Technical Sessions of the ICABB-2010 Program.


SCOPE
The ICABB-2010 is looking for new theoretical results, techniques and main
applications in diverse areas, which include but are not limited to:

Assistive and Rehabilitation Robotics
Augmented Perception
Augmented Reality
Biomaterials
Bioengineering
Biofluids and Fluid/Structure Interaction
Bioinformatics
Biologically Inspired Mechanisms
Biologically Inspired Robots
Bioinstrumentation
Biomechanics
Biomedicine
Biomimetics
Bionics
Bio-micro/nano Mechanisms
Bio-micro/nano Technology
Biorobotics
Cellular & Tissue Engineering
Cybernetics
Extracorporeal Technologies
Haptics
Human-Computer Interaction/Interface
Human-Robot Interaction/Interface
Humanoid Robotics
Implantable, Attachable, or Wearable Technologies
Implants
Kinesiology
Mechatronics
Medical Devices
Medical Robotics
Metabotics
Modeling & Simulation of Organs, Brain, Functions & Structure
Orthopaedics Systems
Personal Care Robotics
Rehabilitation
Robotics
Robot Assisted Surgery
Service Robotics
Surgical Robotics
Teleoperation / Telepresence
Telemedicine
Virtual Reality
Upper & Lower Limb Exoskeletons


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
The IPC of the ICABB-2010 is made of colleagues from the Editorial Board
of Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, and many other colleagues in affine
fields/areas to cover a wide scope of expertise (Bionics, Biomechanics,
Biomedicine, Bioengineering, Robotics, etc.). There are over 100
colleagues in the IPC with a wide and diverse expertise.


ICABB-2010 VENUE/SITE
San Servolo, Venice, Italy
http://www.sanservolo.provincia.venezia.it/Home.aspx?lingua=en-US



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