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Membership news

With the “spring cleaning” a number of members in arrears have been moved to the “suspended” status.  Despite this, the total number of members of the European Society of Biomechanics is steadily increasing. Total membership is now nearly 900.

A very warm welcome to the 65 new members who have joined us since Spring 2013:

The recent increase of number of members is probably explained by the decision of the Council to include the yearly membership in the fee of the annual congress of the ESB.  This possibility has encouraged people who regularly attended the Congress of the ESB, to join the society.

It is worth noting that the fraction of Student members is increasing (now exceeding 27% of total membership).  This is probably explained by the decision of the ESB to have dedicated benefits for students, including the newly introduced Mobility Grant.

How to pay the ESB yearly membership fee?

In order to avoid any confusion regarding the payment of the ESB membership fee, we remind you of the following:

For more details about membership payment rules, please visit the dedicated page.

To update/check your membership profile and fee payments, you just need to login in the ESB website and follow the account overview link on the right.  The ESB website has been redesigned recently, but you can still login with your email address (the one you used to register for the ESB) and old password. If you do not remember your password, just fill out your email address on the login page and a new password will be generated and emailed to you.

News about corporate members

The research activity of most ESB members requires hi-tech hardware and/or software that is developed and commercialized by specialized companies.  For this reason, the Council of the ESB has decided to strengthen the contacts with Industrial parties that are active in the field of Biomechanics.  The best way we could think of, was to:

We therefore invited those companies that had a booth at the Congress in Patras (and a few others) to join the ESB.  In the recent months, the number of Corporate Members has nearly doubled.

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Corporate members of the ESB:

AMTI force and motion logo
Beta CAE logo
BoB Biomechanics logo
Materialise logo
Nobel Biocare logo