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Marko B Popovic
03-12-2011, 02:46 AM
CALL FOR PAPERS: BIOMECHANICS AND ROBOTICS Theme, The IEEE 33rd IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference (EMBC 2011)

Paper Submission Deadline
March 26, 2011
Notification of Acceptance
June 6, 2011
Author Final Submission
June 18, 2011

The conference will take place at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. August 30 through September 3, 2011. The conference main topic is "Integrating technology and medicine for a healthier tomorrow". It will cover diverse topics ranging from biomedical engineering to healthcare technologies to medical and clinical applications. The conference program will consist of invited plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, invited sessions and oral and poster sessions of unsolicited contributions. All papers will be peer reviewed and accepted papers of up to 4 pages will appear in the Conference Proceedings and be indexed by IEEE Xplore and Medline/PubMed.

As you probably know, the IEEE-EMBS is the world's largest biomedical engineering and professional association dedicated to advancing biomedical technological innovation. The meeting routinely attracts more than 2,000 biomedical scientists, engineers, clinicians, policy makers, and educators from around the world, offering unparalleled professional and educational development opportunities. To learn more please visit the IEEE EMBC 2011 website http://embc2011.embs.org/ .

Conference Tracks within Biomechanics and Robotics Theme are:

1) Orthotic Biomechanics and Robotics
2) Prosthetic Biomechanics and Robotics: Artificial Organs/Limbs
3) Rehabilitation Robotics and Biomechanics: Therapy, Assistance and Clinical Evaluation
4) Human-Robot Interaction and Robot-aided Living for a Healthier Tomorrow
5) Sports, Exercise and Games: Biomechanics and Robotics
6) Robot-aided Surgery
7) Biologically Inspired Robotics and Micro-(bio)robotics
8) New Technologies and Methodologies in Medical Robotics and Biomechanics
9) Neural Control of Movement and Robotics Applications
10) Applied Musculoskeletal Models and Human Movement Analysis

More details available at http://embc2011.embs.org/panels/themes/biomechanics-and-robotics/

We look forward to your participation!

Best regards,

The EMBC 2011 "Biomechanics and Robotics" Theme's Chairs

Alexander Koenig - koenig@mavt.ethz.ch
Ugo Della Croce - dellacro@uniss.it
Marko B Popovic - mbpopovic@gmail.com


Best regards,

Marko B Popovic
617 470 8198
mpopovic@wpi.edu
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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