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    IV World Congress of Biomechanics

    August 4-9, 2002
    Calgary Canada

    Plenary Lectures

    Dr. Don Giddens, Georgia Tech/Emory Biomedical Engineering. Atlanta, Georgia, USA
    "Hemodynamics and Atherosclerosis: How Much Do We Really Know?"

    Dr. Jean-Jacques Meister, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Lausanne, Switzerland
    "Cell Structure and Function: Plenty of Room for Biomechanics"

    Dr. Charles Ellington, University of Cambridge. Cambridge, England
    "The Novel Aerodynamics of Insect Flight: Applications to Micro Air Vehicles"

    Dr. James Spudich, Stanford University. Stanford, California, USA
    "Single Molecule Analysis and the Myosin Family of Molecular Motors"

    Dr. Kozaburo Hayashi, Osaka University. Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan
    "Functional Adaptation and Remodeling of Biological Soft Tissues"

    The 4th World Congress on Biomechanics is being held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It features
    Nobel Laureate, Dr. Steven Chu presenting at the Opening Ceremony, which will be followed by
    a Reception, 25 Invited Speakers, over 80 Symposia Sessions, a Technical Exhibition, free
    communication and poster sessions. Additionally, two Satellite Symposia are held prior to the

    Important Dates and Contacts:

    Abstract Submission Deadline: January 31, 2002

    Contact and Information:
    Karla Denby

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