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18th International Symposium of 3DAHM Dec. 3 – 6, 2024, Montevideo, Uruguay

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  • 18th International Symposium of 3DAHM Dec. 3 – 6, 2024, Montevideo, Uruguay

    Dear biomechanics community.

    Welcome to the World summit of 3D Analysis of Human Movement!

    3DAHM 2024 is the most important international event on 3D Human Movement Analysis. For the first time in Latin America (Montevideo, Uruguay, Dec. 3-6 2024), 3DAHM 2024 will showcase the results of research on inertial sensors, rehabilitation systems, equipment for sports and training, as well as mathematical models and clinical applications. Accepted articles to be published in IEEEXplore and a Springer book of invited chapters based on the best papers​.

    Important information:

    March 22-July 25 Abstracts submissions (250 words) at Easychair
    August 30 Reviewers ́results sent to authors
    September 13 Early-bird registration period ends
    September 27 Corrected version of accepted papers and posters DEADLINE
    October 30 Regular registration period ends
    October 31 IEEE Xplore DEADLINE for publication (optional)
    December 3-6 3DAHM 2024 Symposium takes place in Montevideo, Uruguay


    3DAHM for the first time at 3DAHM 2024 in Uruguay invites one speaker for each continent: Africa, Asia, America, Europe and Oceania.

    Yumna Albertus, Associate Professor of the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Director of the Health in Physical Activity, Lifestyle, and Sports Research Centre.​
    Rajani Mullerpatan, Researcher and Director of the Institute of Health Sciences of Mumbai, India.
    Walter Herzog, Professor at the University of Calgary and Director of the Human Performance Laboratory. Canada.
    Alberto E. Minetti, Distinguished Professor of Physiology, University of Milano, Italy.​​​
    Marcus Pandy, Chair of Mechanical & Bio Engineering Department, University of Melbourne, Australia.​


    Visit the website for complete information:

    Best regards
    Felipe P Carpes