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  • Re: Final Programme, 5th Intl Biomechanics Symposium, Rome,Oct 31 - Nov3

    FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTER
    METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS AND BIOMEDICAL
    ENGINEERING

    31 Oct 3 Nov, 2001, JOLLY HOTEL MIDAS, ROME, ITALY

    ***FINAL REMINDER TO REGISTER AND CALL FOR DELEGATES***

    ***SEE NEW SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME ON http://www.uwcm.ac.uk/biorome/***

    THE MEETING WILL CONSIST OF 240 PRESENTATIONS INCLUDING 20 PLENARY
    PRESENTATIONS FROM WORLD LEADERS IN THE FIELD OF BIOMECHANICS AND
    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING.

    A PRESENTATION WILL ALSO BE GIVEN BY MR. KEVIN McCARTHY OF THE
    EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON FORTHCOMING FP6 FUNDING AND RESEARCH
    OPPORTUNITIES.

    Delegates and others are invited to attend; please download the
    Registration Form from the website, complete and return. Exhibition
    Space is also available for companies, publishers and other
    organisations wishing to promote products and services. Please
    contact John Middleton
    { HYPERLINK "mailto:middletonj2@cardiff.ac.uk" }middletonj2@cardiff.ac
    uk for other details.

    Also please note that the cut-off date for Hotel Reservation at
    reduced rates is 15 September 2001.

    CONFIRMED PLENARY PAPERS BY THE FOLLOWING

    Aurelio Cappozzo, Roberto Contro, Jean-Marie Crolet, Tim David,
    Sam Evans, Jean Heegaard, Marie-Christine Hobatho, Scott Hollister,
    Rik Huiskes, Ivars Knets, Arturo Natali, Kark Perktold, Cees Oomens,
    Riccardo Pietrabissa, Lalao Rakatomananan, Bruce Simon,
    Jos Vander Sloten, Robert Spilker, Kinimichi Soma, David Steinman,
    David Taylor, Marco Viceconti.

    SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE

    Optimalcontrol of locomotion
    Nonlinearbiphasic simulation methods for human joint contact
    Damageaccumulation in bone: theory and practice
    Optimaldesign and fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds
    Imaged-basedCFD modeling of arterial blood flow
    Computersimulation of arterial flow and related transport phenomena
    Developmentsin computational mechanobiology of bone growth,
    maintenance and adaptation
    FEDesign and Modelling of Stent Systems
    Analysisof Airflow, Arterial Wall Analysis, CFD and Blood Flow and
    Cardiovascular mechanics, Knee Kinematics and Motor Analysis
    Head/NeckSimulation and Injuries
    ComputerSimulation of Bone Remodelling and Device/Structure
    Interaction
    Celland Tissue Response, Simulation of Bone/Cell response,
    Remodelling and Treatment Simulation Techniques
    Fracture,Fatigue and Damage of Bone Structures
    MeasuringTechniques for Soft Tissue and Bone Structures, Cartilage
    and Muscle Models, Modelling of Soft Tissue Structures
    Spineand Muscular Systems
    FEMModels and Bone/Scaffolds
    Simulationand Surgical Models, Analysis of Fingers and Human Body
    Injury, Reconstruction Techniques and Medical Imaging
    DentalReconstruction, Orthodontic Systems, Periodontal
    Ligament/Dental Devices/Dental Materials
    ComputerAssisted Surgery and Diagnostics Tools


    We look forward to welcoming you to Rome in October.

    Organisers: John Middleton, Nigel Shrive and Malcolm Jones





    John Middleton, Reader in Biomechanical Engineering
    Dept. of Basic Dental Science (Biomechanics Unit)
    University of Wales College of Medicine
    Dental School, Heath Park
    Cardiff CF4 4XY, Wales, UK
    Telfax: 02920 682161
    email: middletonj2@cardiff.ac.uk

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