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    Dear all,

    Forwarded is the first annoncement of SAE Digital Human Modeling for
    Design and Engineering Conference 2007.

    Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering Conference
    June 12-14, 2007
    University of Washington
    Seattle, WA

    The Tenth annual Digital Human Modeling for Design & Engineering
    Conference (DHMC) will be held at The University of Washington. The
    conference will be administered by the Society of Automotive Engineers
    (SAE) with primary support coming from SAE’s Human Modeling and G-13
    Committee on Human Modeling Technology. The conference will provide an
    international forum for the exchange of new and significant technical
    information about the development and the application of digital human
    models. In addition, the event will provide an environment for critical
    discussion and sharing of information among scientists, industry users
    and developers of digital human models. Papers from international
    organizations are welcome and encouraged.

    The Program Committee will accept abstracts through November 20, 2006.
    Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
    • Modeling
    • Standards and Regulations
    • Advanced Measuring Methods
    • Advanced Size/Shape Analysis
    • 3D Human Modeling
    • Case Studies
    • Applications of Human Models
    • Human Models Systems Interfaces (GUI, VE, manual, tutorial)
    • Prediction and Assessment of Posture and Comfort
    • Physics Based Modeling
    • Digital Human Models in Virtual Reality, Gaming and Entertainment
    • Verification and Validation
    • Anthropometry of the surface and bones structure
    • Databases in Anthropometry, Performance, Motion, Behavior etc
    • Human Behavior Representation
    • Motor Behavior and Action Sequences
    • Model and Database Connection
    • Safety
    • Hand Modeling and Performance
    • Motion Capture
    • Posture prediction
    • Ergonomic Simulation
    • Modeling of Complex Behaviors
    • Sensing Models (Metabolism, Temperature)
    • Haptics
    • Usability of Digital Human Models
    • Allometry
    • Integrated Systems Modeling
    • Surgery
    • Human Modeling in the Design Process
    • Special Populations and Universal Design
    • Dynamic Impact Modeling
    • Accident investigation
    • Virtual Training

    Authors who wish to contribute a paper please submit an abstract of
    approximately 300 words for consideration, including the paper title,
    the author(s) name(s), mailing address, telephone number, fax number and
    email address. On-line submission is preferred. The
    conference-organizers are interested in expanding the conference topics;
    new application and topics are welcome.
    Please submit abstracts on-line by November 20, 2006 via web page:

    Please go to the Digital Human Modeling web page for more information:

    John R. Miller
    Program Engineer Phone: 248/273-2464
    755 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 1600 Fax: 248/273-2494
    Troy, MI 48084


    Xuguang Wang, PhD

    Directeur de recherche/Senior researcher
    Laboratoire de Biomécanique et de Modélisation Humaine (LBMH)
    Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité (INRETS)
    25, avenue François Mitterrand
    Case 24
    F-69675 Bron

    Phone: 33-(0)4-72142451
    Fax: 33-(0)4-72142360