Huiskes Medal announcement, ESB2017 update, Mobility Awards and more
We are pleased to present the March 2017 news updates from the European Society of Biomechanics. All members are invited to contribute information of general interest, scientific articles, advertisements or particular items of discussion.
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Huiskes Medal awarded to Prof Lutz Claes
We are delighted to announce that the 2017 winner of the Huiskes medal for Biomechanics is Prof. Lutz Claes. The Huiskes medal is the ESB’s most prestigious award, presented to senior researchers who have contributed significantly to Biomechanics throughout their careers. In addition to receiving the award Prof. Claes will also give the Huiskes award lecture at the ESB2017 congress in Seville.
ESB2017 update – early bird registration open, pre-courses announced
The ESB2017 organisers are looking forward to welcoming you to Seville. More than 600 abstracts for regular and Perspective Talks have been received.
Confirmed plenary speakers are Ellen Kuhl (University of Stanford), Walter Herzog (University of Calgary) and José Manuel García-Aznar (University of Zaragoza).
Registration for the conference and for two exciting pre-courses is now open, with an early bird deadline of 5th May.
Second call for bids to host ESB 2020
The ESB is inviting proposals for the organization of its annual congress in July 2020. If you are interested in hosting and organizing ESB2020, please read the ESB 2020 Bid rules for details.
Bids should be sent to prof. Harry van Lenthe (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chair of the Meetings Committee. He can also be contacted for further information.
The deadline for submitting your bid for ESB2020 is 31st March 2017.
Call for Mobility Awards
The ESB Mobility Award aims to provide ESB members with financial assistance to carry out collaborative research in a foreign country as part of their PhD or early postdoctoral research. There are two awards available for 2017 on a competitive basis.
The deadline for applications is 31st May 2017.
ESB Membership Renewal for 2017
If you have not already paid your ESB membership fee for 2017, please log onto your member’s page at http://www.esbiomech.org to update your personal details and proceed to the fees payment. Only members in good standing are able to register for the ESB2017 meeting at the reduced member’s rate.
ESB endorsed conferences
7th International Conference on Computational Bioengineering (ICCB2017)
6-8 September 2017
The Seventh International Conference on Computational Bioengineering (ICCB2017) will be hosted at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne from 6 to 8 September 2017. The conference aims to share, promote, stimulate emerging interdisciplinary works focusing on advanced modelling techniques and ICT systems for physiological systems at different scales from molecular level to the population.
ECCOMAS Thematic Conference “Multiscale Problems in Biomechanics and Mechanobiology”
11-13 September 2017
The MultiBioMe 2017 is the inaugural edition of a new, biennial series of scientific gatherings, offering a platform for presenting and discussing the latest advances and developments in the thriving fields of biomechanics and mechanobiology. In particular, the focus of this conference lies on reconciliation of the distinct spatial and time scales at which related processes and mechanisms occur, considering for that purpose the whole range of available techniques, including experimentation, imaging and visualization, mathematical modelling, as well as numerical simulation. For more details, also concerning abstract submission (deadline: June 15, 2017) and registration, please see the conference webpage: http://multibiome2017.conf.tuwien.ac.at/home/.
6th Biot Conference on Poromechanics
9-13 July 2017, Paris, France