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Subject: ASME 1999 IMECE Call for Papers
Date: 1999-02-09 00:47
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CALL FOR PAPERS

1999 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

NOVEMBER 14-19, 1999


The Bioengineering Division of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers would like you to participate in the 1999 IMECE. The highlight
topic for the meeting is "Engineering Innovations for Increased
Productivity". Original abstracts in all areas of bioengineering are
solicited for the conference. In addition, special sessions are planned
on such topics as:

SOLID MECHANICS

Advanced Methods in Materials Testing & Measurement; Cellular Mechanics
& Micromechanics; Electromechanics; Joint Mechanics; Joint Replacement &
Interface Phenomena; Muscle Mechanics, Simulation & Coordination; Soft
Tissue Mechanics; Vehicular & Whiplash Biomechanics


FLUID MECHANICS

Vessel Wall & Fluid Mechanics; MEMS; Respiratory Fluid Mechanics; In
Vitro Vascular Tissue Culture; Cardiac Valves; Biofluids Education;
Industry Workshop; Recent Developments in Computational & Experimental
Methodologies; Biofluid Devices Marketing


BIO HEAT/MASS TRANSFER

Advances in Modeling Bio Heat/Mass Transfer; Bio Heat/Mass Transfer in
Microgravity; Biophysical Mechanisms of Cellular & Subcellular
Alterations; Heat Transfer in Reproduction & Reproductive Technologies;
Novel Instrumentation in Bio Heat/Mass Transfer; Freezing of Tissue &
Tissue Engineered Equivalents; Thermal Management & Therapies; Transport
Property Measurements


DESIGN/REHABILITATION

Design of Dental Appliances/Prostheses; Design of Prosthetic Feet;
Aesthetics in the Design of Rehabilitation Devices; Gait; Joint
Mechanics after Arthroplasty; Mechatronics in Biological Systems; MEMS


BIOMATERIALS

Biomaterials/Biomechanics of Soft Tissue Engineering; Fatigue & Fracture
Implant Materials; Large Deformation Composite Systems Modeling; and
general biomaterials topics.


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

Abstracts are to be submitted both electronically and in hard copy
format for publication on 8.5 x 11" paper. Abstract preparation and
submission instructions are available online by following the
appropriate link at http://www.asme.org/divisions/bed/imece99.html.
General information about the meeting may be obtained from
http://www.asme.org/conf or by contacting:

Program Chair, Jennifer S. Wayne, Ph.D. or Keefe Manning
(BED99@hsc.vcu.edu) at:

Department of Biomedical Engineering
220 McGuire Annex, 1112 E. Clay Street
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0694
FAX: 804.827.0290

DEADLINES:

Submission of abstracts: March 15, 1999
Notification of authors: June 15, 1999


NOTE that sessions for Bio Heat/Mass transfer have an earlier deadline
of January 29, 1999. For detailed instructions on abstracts for these
topics, please visit the following website,
http://castor.wustl.edu/?moros/K17CALL99.html

The conference will be held at the Opryland Hotel Convention Center in
Nashville, Tennessee. The Opryland is itself a spectacular site to see,
with dining, entertainment, and shopping as well as attractions such as
the Grand Ole Opry, General Jackson Showboat, and Springhouse Golf Club
all on-site.

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STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION

1999 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

NOVEMBER 14-19, 1999


The Bioengineering Division of the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers announces its Annual Student Paper Competition for the 1999
IMECE.


ELIGIBILITY

Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit papers and
be considered for the student paper competition. Awards will be made at
the Undergraduate, Masters, and Doctoral levels. Graduate students
competing must not have completed the defense of their dissertation
prior to abstract submission. Competition papers are not to be
simultaneously submitted in response to the general Call for Papers.


PAPER TOPICS

Wide latitude is allowed in the topic of the student s paper. Examples
of appropriate papers include, but are not limited to: the design or
evaluation of a medical device, the development of new instrumentation
for conducting experiments or making physiological measurements,
experimental research, and mathematical models. Survey papers will not
be considered.


HOW to SUBMIT a PAPER

To submit a paper for competition, you should prepare an abstract
following that for the regular scientific sessions. Make special note
in the "Green Form" (ASME Form 1903) that you mail along with your
abstract of your desire to be considered for the Undergraduate, Masters,
or Doctoral level competition.


NOTIFICATION

You will be notified in June if your paper will be part of the
competition. Student papers not accepted for the competition may be
considered for presentation in the regular sessions.


JUDGING

Selection of the best student papers will be made following the oral
presentation. The judges will select the winning papers based upon the
content of the work performed, the organization and clarity of the
presentation, and the ability to answer questions about the work.
Judging will be performed by senior investigators selected by the Honors
Committee of the Bioengineering Division.


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Abstracts are to be submitted both electronically and in hard copy
format for publication on 8.5 x 11" paper. Abstract preparation and
submission instructions are available online by following the
appropriate link at http://www.asme.org/divisions/bed. General
information about the meeting may be obtained from
http://www.asme.org/conf or by contacting:

Program Chair, Jennifer S. Wayne, Ph.D. or Keefe Manning
(kbmannin@vcu.edu) at:

Department of Biomedical Engineering
220 McGuire Annex, 1112 E. Clay Street
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0694
FAX: 804.827.0290


DEADLINES

Submission of abstracts: March 15, 1999

Notification of authors: June 15, 1999

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