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    Dear Colleague:

    I am organizing several sessions for the 2001 Society for Experimental
    Mechanics annual conference in Portland June 4-6, 2001 on Time-Dependent
    Materials: Biomaterials Applications to the Biomedical Industry. Several
    sessions are being organized to address the broad range of research
    associated with time-dependent materials, such as tissue and polymers, used
    in the biomaterials and biomedical industries (see attached call for
    papers). Experimental/analytical/numerical techniques with potential
    application to this area are also welcomed. Abstracts should be sent
    directly to me (via mail, fax and/or email) by OCTOBER 2, 2000.

    Please feel free to share this information with others that you feel may
    have some interest in this area.

    I look forward to hearing from many of you, and to seeing you at the
    conference.

    Warmest regards,
    Carl

    Carl F. Popelar, Ph.D. Group Leader - Materials Technology
    Sulzer Carbomedics Inc. (512) 435-3385 Voice
    1300 E. Anderson Lane (512) 435-3317 FAX
    Austin, Texas 78752 cpopelar@carbomedics.com


    Call for Papers


    TIME-DEPENDENT MATERIALS: BIOMATERIAL APPLICATIONS
    TO THE BIOMEDICAL INDUSTRY


    Society for Experimental Mechanics
    2001 SEM Annual Conference
    Portland, Oregon
    June 4-6, 2001

    Track 3: Experimental and Applied Mechanics: Research and Application
    N: Time-Dependent Materials

    Abstracts Due: OCTOBER 2, 2000


    The Time Dependent Materials Division of SEM is soliciting papers for the
    Time-Dependent Materials sessions of the Experimental and Applied Mechanics
    track of the 2001 SEM Annual Conference. Several sessions are being
    organized to address the broad range of research associated with
    time-dependent materials, such as tissue and polymers, used in the
    biomaterials and biomedical industries. Topics of interest include, but are
    not limited to:
    * Material Development and Processing
    * Experimental Techniques and Procedures
    * Material and Mechanical Characterization
    * Finite Element and Material Modeling
    * Real Time and Accelerated Material Testing
    * Real Time and Accelerated Component Testing
    * Lifetime and Durability Analysis and Prediction

    Prospective authors are asked to submit a short (not more than 500 words)
    abstracts directly to Carl Popelar by OCTOBER 2, 2000. Upon acceptance,
    authors will be asked to submit a 2-4 page paper, suitable for publication
    in the Conference Proceedings, by March 9, 2001.


    See www.sem.org/Spring01/advance.htm for conference details.

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