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  • Call for papers: 16th Finite Element Workshop 2009 at theUniversity of Ulm, Germany

    Dear members of the Biomechanics Community,

    This year we are organizing the 16th workshop on "The Finite Element
    Method in Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics, and Related Fields" on
    July 15th and 16th 2009 in Ulm, Germany.

    During the last 15 years the workshop has provided an ideal possibility
    for the exchange of knowledge and experience in different fields of
    research. The workshop covers all aspects on computational methods
    (especially the Finite Element Method) applied to Biomechanics,
    Biomedical Engineering and Biomedicine. A wide spectrum of topics will
    give an excellent overview over the present state of the art and show a
    variety of application possibilities of the Finite Element Method in
    Biomechanics. In particular, young scientists will have the opportunity
    to present and discuss their research results in an uncomplicated
    scientific environment.

    We cordially invite you to Ulm and would be pleased to welcome you as a
    lecturer or participant helping us to contribute actively to this
    workshop. Should you be interested in participating in the workshop, we
    kindly ask you to complete the online registration form on our homepage

    In case of any questions, please contact the organizing team mentioned
    below. Please note that the submission deadline for oral presentations
    and posters is due May 15th 2009 and registration is due July 1st 2009.

    For further information regarding workshop topics, abstract preparation,
    registration, travel and accommodation please visit the workshop

    We kindly ask you to pass this invitation on to other interested persons.

    Yours sincerely

    The Workshop organizing team

    Martin Geiger
    Heinz Steil (kiz)
    Andrew Boryor
    Ansgar Hohmann