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  • Call for Abstracts - 2010 3D Analysis of Human Movement

    DEADLINE approaching FEBRUARY 1, 2010We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Eleventh
    International Symposium on the 3-D Analysis of Human Movement in San
    Francisco, California, from July 14 through 16, 2010.

    The 3-D Analysis of Human Movement group is a technical sub-group of
    the International Society of Biomechanics. The goal of the group is
    to bring together specialists from biomechanics and human movement
    science to present and discuss how advances in technology and modeling
    contribute to the understanding of three-dimensional human motion.

    Abstract submission for the meeting is now open!

    Abstracts are currently being accepted through February 1, 2010.
    Templates for abstract preparation can be found at the meeting website under Program, Abstracts. Abstracts should be
    four pages in length. A 150 work summary should also be prepared.
    Both documents should be submitted via email to

    All abstracts will be peer-reviewed. Selected abstracts will be
    provided in electronic format to meeting attendees. There will be no
    formal proceedings from the meeting so you may publish your work

    Presenters whose abstracts are accepted as free papers will be given
    15 minutes to present their work at the podium, followed by a question
    and answer period. Presenters whose abstracts are accepted as posters
    will be given a 2 minute “rapid fire” time slot to introduce their
    topic. The poster introductions will be immediately followed by a
    poster viewing session.

    Please visit the website which also includes details about
    registration (now open!), keynote speakers, the meeting venue, and
    area attractions. We look forward to welcoming you to San Francisco!


    Wendy Murray, PhD
    Scientific Chair, 2010 3-D Analysis of Human Movement Symposium

    Georgios A. Stylianides, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Director of Biomechanics
    Department of Exercise Science & Sport
    John Long Center - Rm 106
    University of Scranton
    Scranton, PA 18510
    Office: (570) 941-6745
    Fax: (570) 941-6209