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  • 2nd Announcement: 8th Annual Delsys Prize

    Invitation to Participate in the 8th Annual Delsys Prize

    About the Prize: The Delsys Prize was established in 2003 by Professor Carlo J. De Luca to promote innovation in the field of Electromyography.

    The competition is open to everyone with an interest in the field of Electromyography. Applicants may enter the competition by submitting the official form available at The winner receives a complete Trigno™ 8-Channel Wireless EMG System with EMGworks® Acquisition and Analysis software. The Trigno System offers the latest in EMG technology with Hybrid Sensors that provide EMG signals and 3D Accelerometer signals.

    Entries must be received by midnight (EDT; GMT -4) September 28, 2010.

    The winner will be selected by a 5-member rotating Board consisting of experts from scientific, engineering, and medical disciplines. The present members are:
    Dr. Carlo De Luca, Boston University, USA
    Dr. Joseph Hamill, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
    Dr. Phillip Parker, University of New Brunswick, Canada
    Dr. Frans C.T. van der Helm, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, and
    Dr. Serge Roy, Boston University, USA.

    Past winners include:
    2003 Ms. Kim Sherman, Sandalwood, Inc, USA
    2004 Dr. F.C.T. van der Helm, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
    2005 Dr. A.L. Hof, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
    2006 Dr. Andrew Fuglevand, University of Arizona, USA
    2007 Dr. Ping Zhou, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, USA
    2008 Dr. Helen Huang, University of Rhode Island, USA, and
    2009 Mr. Ryan Stafford, University of Queensland, Australia

    To learn more about the prize and the previous winners, please visit

    About Delsys Inc.: Delsys designs, manufactures, and markets precision Systems for monitoring and analyzing electromyographic and other physiological signals. Our product families include Desktop solutions and Wireless solutions. We have a worldwide client base of researchers and clinicians who specialize in a wide range of applications including: Biomechanics, Biomedical Engineering, Ergonomics, Exercise Physiology, Gait, Neurophysiology, Orthopedics, Physical Rehabilitation, Robotics, and Sports Medicine,.

    Delsys Inc.
    July 20, 2010

    Matt Wittstein
    Delsys, Inc.