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Herman J. Woltring
04-26-1989, 02:26 AM
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 89 11:12:11 PDT
Forwarded from: ajkomor@ucdavis.BITNET "Andrzej J. Komor"
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Dear Dr. Woltring:

Please find the enclosed Preliminary Program of the IId Symposium on
Computer Simulation in Biomechanics (23-24.06.89, Davis) and the program of
the Ist Meeting of the Working Group of Computer Simulation (WGCS) IN Los
Angeles during the ISB Congress. I would appreciate if you be so kind as
to send this information to all BIOMCH-L subscribers. I would also be very
glad if you present your proposal of WGCS E-Mail during our first meeting
in L.A.

Sincerely yours,


Andrzej J.Komor, Ph.D.
WGCS Secretary

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Ist WGCS Meeting

Date: June 27'89 1800-1900
Place: Ackerman Building, 2d Floor Lounge , UCLA

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

1. WGCS Secretary Report
2. Information about IId International Symposium on Computer Simulation
in Biomechanics, Davis - prof. Hubbard
3. WGCS E-Mail (Dr. Woltring)
4. Biomechanical software - DBMS, standards and exchange policy
5. IIId ISCSB'91 proposal
6. New members
7. WGCS Newsletter
8. Other topics

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SECOND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
ON COMPUTER SIMULATION IN BIOMECHANICS
University of California
Davis, California
June 23-24,1989

PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE

Friday, 23 June

1000-1300 Optional Laboratory Tours, Software Checkouts
1200-1800 Registration, Bainer Hall
1300-1310 Opening Remarks
1310-1410 Keynote Lecture
Dr. David A. Levinson
Lockheed Palo Alto Research

1410-1510 SESSION 1 : Whole Body Motion I

Barr & Abraham: Computer-aided instruction and
learning in sport biomechanics (USA)
Casolo & Legnani: A new approach to the dynamics
of human motion (Italy)
Koopman,Groote & Jongh : A predictive model for
human walking (The Netherlands)
Siwicki, Komor & Gielo-Perczak : CSSP - Continuous
Simulation Software Package: an interactive package
dedicated for simulation of biomechanical objects
(Poland)
1510-1515 Break

1515-1615 SESSION 2 : Whole Body Motion II

Winters: Simulation of neuromusculoskeletal system :
a novel computer package (USA)
Matthijsse & Breedveld: The use of bond graphs
in the modelling and simulation of the skeletal
system (The Netherlands)
Bourassa: Simulation software for body motion in
the saggital plane (Canada)
Naumienko & Franecki: Computer-aided instruction and
training in judo contest (Poland)
1615-1630 Coffee Break

SESSION 3 : Whole Body Motion III

Dowling: Low cost biomechanics animation for the IBM-
PC (USA)
Pandy, Zajac, Sim, Levine & Topp: An optimal control
model for identifying muscular coordination strategies
during jumping (USA)
Golebiewski, Kedzior, Komor & Rzymkowski : Modelling
of horse jump over obstacle (Poland)
Van der Bogert: Simulation of locomotion in the horse:
principles and applications (The Netherlands)

1735-1900 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS

1930-2200 Reception : Recreation Pool Lodge

Saturday, 24 June

0800-0830 Registration

0830-0945 SESSION 4 : Sport Biomechanics I

Yeadon: A control model for aerial movement (Canada)
Cao & Jingguang: Movement simulation and design for a
gymnast (P.R.China)
Hubbard & Komor: Computer simulation of ski jumping
with a four link model (USA, Poland)
Berns & Hull : Lower limb kinematics in cycling (USA)
Liu: On Calculating the force exerted by the high
jumper (P.R.China)
0945-1000 Coffee & Donut Break

1000-1030 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION

1030-1130 SESSION 5 : Medical Applications

Ivanevic & Andjus: Differential pattern reconstruction
approach to macroscopic muscular dynamics and
simulation (Yugoslavia)
Rab & Abou-Ghaida: Muscle length determination
in patients with cerebral palsy (USA)
Mergold,Yurkevich,Farber& Shumejko: The microprocessor
system of the 'sensitivity' of the artificial thigh
(USSR)
1130-1135 Break

1135-1200 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION

1200-1315 Lunch

1315-1430 SESSION 6 : Sport Biomechanics II

Luo & Li: A simulation procedure for human motion
studies in sports (P.R.China)
Hubbard: An interactive simulation program for the
javelin throw (USA)
Best, Bartlett & Sawyer: Computer simulation of
javelin flight: limitations (USA)
Joy & Hubbard: Computer simulation of the three
dimensional bobsled turn (USA)
Ramey: Design simulation of the long jump (USA)
1430-1435 Break

1435-1510 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS

1515-1615 SESSION 7 : Joint Biomechanics

Vukobratovic & Ivanevic : Simulations of the hybrid
joint uniaxial motion control (Yugoslavia)
Hsien, Jamali, Outdot & Unal: Symbolic computations
with fifteen, thirteen and eleven degrees of freedom
human shoulder and arm models (USA)
Unal, Mateos, Huang, Nordin, Zomlefer & Hihgt : A two-
dimensional cranking and translating human arm model
(USA)
Kojima :Simulation of human elbow movement (Japan)
1615-1630 Coffee Break

1630-1710 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS

1715-1815 SESSION 8 : Finite Element Methods

Dietrich & Zagrajek: Simulation of human spine
system (Poland)
Van der Helm & Pronk : A finite element
musculoskeletal model of the shoulder mechanism
(The Netherlands)
Pesce, Delfino & De Marzo: Chewing stress and strain
simulation in human skull by finite element method
(Italy)
1815-1820 Break

1820-1900 COMPUTER SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS

2000-2400 Banquet : A.J. Bumps Restaurant

Sunday, 25 June

Travel to Los Angeles